Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) was elected Wednesday leader of the Senate Democratic minority, making the seasoned senator from Brooklyn a key check on Republican control of Congress and the White House.As Senate minority leader, Schumer is up against a 51-48 GOP majority that will likely gain one more seat in a Louisiana runoff election next month. But because Senate rules require 60 votes to end debate on bills before legislation can be passed with a simple majority vote, Schumer and the Democratic caucus are effectively the last stand against President-Elect Donald Trump’s agenda.“When we can agree on issues, then we’re gonna work with him,” Schumer told reporters during a news conference announcing that Democratic senators voted to promote him. “We’re not just gonna—as some have done here in the past—say, ‘Just because it’s President Trump’s idea or thought, we’re going to oppose it, per se…’ On issues where we disagree you can expect a strong and tough fight.”Schumer, 65, who voters re-elected to a fourth six-year term last week, will replace retiring U.S. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). His counterpart, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is reportedly facing a potential challenge as she seeks re-election to her leadership post.Since the election last week, political observers are watching closely to see if Republicans will move to curtail Democrats’ use of the filibuster to block Trump’s agenda, much like the GOP did for President Barack Obama when Democrats had the majority. But experts suspect that U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) likely doesn’t have the votes needed to change the rules, since some Republican senators may be reluctant to limit their use of the filibuster the next time they’re in the minority.Besides the proposed repealing of Obamacare, the top issue expected to come before the Senate in the 115th Congress is the appointment of a replacement for the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Schumer noted that he was “deeply disappointed” that the GOP didn’t confirm Obama’s nominee, Merrick Garland. Trump has said he would name a right-leaning Supreme Court nominee within his first 100 days in office.
The latest batch of actuarial data submitted by Irish defined benefit (DB) schemes has the country’s pension supervisor “just as concerned” about the amount of investment risk inherent in DB plans as in previous years, according to a report from The Pensions Authority.In its latest review of DB statistics, it said the asset and liability data that schemes had submitted showed very little change. It showed that 86% of continuing schemes met the legally-required funding standard, compared with 84% the year before.Elaborating on its observation of investment risk, it said: “This risk is not borne equally by all scheme members: it is mostly concentrated on members who have not yet retired.“Because so many DB schemes have closed to new members, this group is getting smaller over time, and as a result the risks are becoming more and more concentrated.” Its latest review of DB statistics is based on an analysis of data returns submitted by 567 schemes by the end of March, with an average data return date of February 2019.In total, the schemes had €65.3bn in assets, with liabilities at €58bn, both virtually unchanged from last year.The asset allocation data from the Pensions Authority shows that schemes were moving out of equities and into bonds and cash.Over the last year under review, the total equity holding of DB schemes has fallen by 3.9 percentage points, from 28.4% to 24.5% – a reasonably significant fall, according to Roma Burke, partner, LCP Ireland.Meanwhile, bonds and cash increased by a combined 3%, while “other investments” – largely alternatives – increased by 1% to 22.7%.“This reweighting of asset classes suggests that trustees are taking action to reduce investment risk,” said Burke. “However, the asset allocations do indicate significant interest rate risk remains for many schemes, and this risk tends to be a particular focus for the Pensions Authority.”The regulator also reiterated its intention to subject all schemes to a periodic supervisory review as required by IORP II, once the directive has been transposed into Irish law.Burke sees this as a challenge, given the 73,000 pension schemes in Ireland.She said it is possible the Pensions Authority will adopt a risk-based approach, focusing on those schemes that may be less likely to meet the new requirements. Alternatively, it might focus on the larger schemes.In last year’s report, the Pensions Authority set out its top three priorities, which Burke considered might help inform the supervisor’s approach to selecting schemes to review.These priorities are: the misappropriation of pension assets or contributions; lack of governance or maladministration affecting benefits, or failure to pay benefits due; and DB scheme solvency.A spokesperson for the Pensions Authority told IPE it had no further comment at this time.A legal challenge from the Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland has delayed transposition of the EU pension fund directive into Irish law, more than a year after the original EU deadline.Read more: Ireland’s pensions: All set for big changesTo read the digital edition of IPE’s latest magazine click here.
Eyebrows were raised when the Scot was named Pepe Mel’s successor in the summer, with the Baggies’ alarming start to the season exacerbating fans’ concerns. Supporters booed West Brom after Everton’s 2-0 win at the Hawthorns last weekend, although they had a smile on their face on Sunday as James Morrison’s second-half header secured a 1-0 win at Tottenham. West Brom celebrations were cut short soon after when the offside flag resulted in a close-range Berahino strike being chalked off, while at the other end Lescott was doing well to frustrate former Manchester City team-mate Adebayor. Lescott stopped him latching onto balls from Danny Rose and Christian Eriksen, with Adebayor failing to meet a cross from the latter on the one occasion he found space in the box. An off-target Kaboul header was the only shot Spurs could muster by half-time, from which they returned seemingly rejuvenated as Eric Dier and Nacer Chadli had chances in quick succession. However, Pochettino’s men were not on the front foot for long as Gardner sliced a half-volley wide before Berahino all too easily cut inside Chiriches to sting the palms of Lloris and Kaboul hacked clear. Paulinho and Roberto Soldado were introduced with 30 minutes remaining in a bid to change the game, with the latter denied by a brave Ben Foster save after the Baggies goalkeeper fumbled an Eriksen cross under pressure. The England international denied Soldado again soon after, but West Brom were still enjoying too much possession for Spurs’ liking. Lloris gathered a 20-yard strike from Morrison as Irvine’s men pushed forwards, with the Scotland international finally beating the Tottenham goalkeeper in the 74th minute. Lamela was guilty of losing the midfielder from a Chris Brunt corner, allowing him to head home with ease. It was a gut punch Spurs were unable to recover from, with a wayward, acrobatic effort from Paulinho the best they could muster as West Brom held out for an impressive win. It was their first win at White Hart Lane since 1984 and one which looked likely from the outset, with Joleon Lescott denied a goal on an impressive debut after an unfortunate block by team-mate Craig Dawson. West Brom should have had a first-half penalty when Emmanuel Adebayor handled a Dawson header, but they continued to press after the break in a display that belied their lowly standing. A header from Morrison, left unmarked at a corner by Erik Lamela, in the 74th minute proved the difference, condemning Spurs to back-to-back home defeats in the league for the first time since November 2012. This was a match for which Mauricio Pochettino reverted to his starting line-up from the 2-2 draw at Sunderland after Thursday’s trip to Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League. That meant a recall for Younes Kaboul and Vlad Chiriches – a centre-back partnership that looked shaky from the very start, highlighted by early Dawson and Saido Berahino efforts. West Brom came closer still in the 11th minute after foolish, over-complicated play from Chiriches saw him concede a corner. While the first set-piece was cleared, the following cross fell to debutant Lescott, whose powerful strike was heading in until team-mate Dawson accidentally blocked. It was a huge let-off for the hosts and, in particular, the Romanian, while Hugo Lloris came to the rescue when Craig Gardner was afforded space to strike a low, goalbound effort from the edge of the box. Pochettino’s men were playing terribly and all they appeared to have going for them was luck, with referee Kevin Friend missing Adebayor clearly handling Dawson’s header in the 31st minute. Under-fire Alan Irvine secured his first league win at the West Brom helm after deservedly overcoming sloppy and ponderous Tottenham at White Hart Lane. Press Association
— The Braves rolled to an 8-0 rout of the Phils in the nightcap as Acuna homered twice. Freddie Freeman went deep as Atlanta spoiled Spencer Howard’s big league debut.— Rookie Andrés Giménez had three hits and scored three runs as the Mets doubled up the Marlins, 4-2 in the rubber match of the three-game set. New York received shutout ball from its bullpen after winning pitcher Jacob deGrom survived seven hits over five innings.— The Brewers were 9-3 winners over the Reds as Christian Yelich (YEH’-lihch) homered, tripled and drew a bases-loaded walk Milwaukee avoided falling to 0-5 at home for the first time since 1970, the franchise’s inaugural season in Wisconsin. — Angels right fielder Jo Adell was charged with a rare four-base error when a fly ball from Nick Solak popped out of the rookie’s glove and sailed over the fence in the Rangers’ 7-3 win. Solak who had two hits and scored three runs to help Texas complete a three-game sweep.— Mitch Moreland’s second home run of the afternoon was a two-run, walk-off blast over the Green Monster to give the Red Sox a 5-3 win against Blue Jays. Rafael Devers also homered and Boston relievers combined for three hitless innings of shutout relief. August 10, 2020 — The Washington Football Team has activated linebacker Reuben Foster off the physically unable to perform list. Foster tore an ACL and caused additional damage to his left knee during offseason workouts in May 2019 before missing that season.— Wide receiver Chester Rogers has signed with the Dolphins. Rogers started 22 games over four seasons with the Colts before becoming available. He has 111 career receptions for 1,221 yards and five touchdowns. TENNIS-US OPEN-WITHDRAWALSPopyrin withdraws from US Open; Krueger gets wild-card spotNEW YORK (AP) — Alexei Popyrin withdrew from the U.S. Open on Sunday, allowing 2012 champion Andy Murray to move into the main draw. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditGOLF-PGA CHAMPIONSHIPMorikawa is last man standing in tight PGA ChampionshipSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — American Collin Morikawa has become a first-time major champion by winning at San Francisco’s Harding Park. Referees group has agreement with NFL on virus protectionsUNDATED (AP) — The NFL Referees Association board of directors has reached an agreement with the league for health protections along with a program allowing game and replay officials to opt out of the season. Officials will be given until Thursday to opt out for a $30,000 payment with jobs guaranteed for 2021. The deal also gives officials protections if they test positive during the season or show symptoms after arriving for a game. In other NFL news:— New Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson is sidelined indefinitely with a non-football injury. Coach Sean McVay won’t reveal the nature of Robinson’s condition, which isn’t coronavirus-related. Robinson is participating in the Rams’ team meetings, and he doesn’t need surgery or another medical procedure. UNDATED (AP) — The seeding and matchups are set for the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs following victories by the Stars, Capitals and Blue Jackets.The Stars rallied in the final minute of regulation before beating the Blues, 2-1 in a shootout. Jake Allen was on the verge of a shutout win until veteran Joe Pavelski tied it with 31.4 seconds left in the third period. Denis Gurianov (goor-ee-AH’-nav) provided the lone shootout goal to close out the win.The Stars will take on the Flames and the Blues will square off with the Canucks in the opening round. The other Western Conference series will have the top-seeded Golden Knights versus the Blackhawks and the Avalanche against the Coyotes.The Capitals were 2-1 winners over the Bruins, which means Washington will take on the Islanders in the first round. Goals by T.J. Oshie (OH’-shee) and Tom Wilson helped the Caps avoid an 0-2-1 finish in the round-robin tournament. Braden Holtby stopped 30 shots in the victory.The Bruins went 0-3 in the round-robin tourney and will square off against Carolina in the opening round. That means Murray can relinquish the wild-card invitation he received from the U.S. Tennis Association, which now will be given to American Mitchell Krueger.Popyrin is a 21-year-old Australian who is ranked 103rd. He joins Australians Ash Barty and Nick Kyrgios (KEER’-ee-ohs) as players who are skipping the tournament.LPGA-MARATHON CLASSICKang rallies to winSYLVANIA, Ohio (AP) — Danielle Kang pulled off a stunning comeback in winning the LPGA’s Marathon Classic in Ohio. Kang trailed by five with six holes to play before igniting her comeback with consecutive birdies. She had pars the rest of the way and didn’t take the lead until Lydia Ko took double bogey on the final hole.Kang finished at 15-under in winning for the fifth time in her LPGA Tour career.F1-70TH ANNIVERSARY GPVerstappen storms to unlikely victory over Mercedes duoSILVERSTONE, England (AP) — Max Verstappen has sprung what could be the surprise of the Formula One season by beating Lewis Hamilton to win the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. — Brady Singer picked up his first big league win by allowing two runs over five innings of the Royals’ 4-2 decision over the Twins. Hunter Dozier hit a two-run single and Mikael (MY’-kehl) Franco added a solo blast to back Singer.— Justus Sheffield pitched four-hit ball over six scoreless innings of the Mariners’ 5-3 win against the Rockies. Dylan Moore slammed a two-run homer in the bottom of the first to put Seattle ahead to stay.— The Dodgers spotted the Giants a 2-0 lead before AJ Pollock and Mookie Betts each hit a three-run homer to give Los Angeles a 6-2 victory. The Dodgers have won nine of 12 and took two out of three from their NL West rivals.— Manny Machado homered twice and Fernando Tatis (tah-TEES’) Jr. slammed his eighth home run of the season as the Padres coasted past the Diamondbacks, 9-5. Dinelson Lamet (lah-MEHT’) no-hit Arizona until Kole Calhoun led off the seventh with a homer.— Ronald Acuna (ah-KOON’-yah) Jr. belted a go-ahead, two-run homer while the Braves scored five times in the fifth inning of a 5-2 verdict over the Phillies in Game 1 of a doubleheader. Adam Duvall added a three-run double later in the fifth to put Atlanta ahead, 5-1. Associated Press The Blue Jackets have closed out their qualifying-round series with a 3-0 shutout of the Maple Leafs, knocking Toronto out of the postseason.Zach Werenski opened the scoring 6:29 into the first period. Liam Foudy doubled the lead midway through the third period, and the Jackets held on after blowing a three-goal lead in the last four minutes of regulation in Game 4, a 4-3 loss to the Leafs.Nick Foligno (foh-LEE’-noh) iced the series with an empty-net goal.Joonas Korpisalo (YOH’-nuhs kohr-pih-SAH’-loh) stopped 33 shots in his second shutout of the series.The Blue Jackets will face the Lightning in Round 1. The other East series will have the Flyers taking on the Canadiens. Oakland’s Ramon Laureano got hit by a pitch for the third time in the three-game series. Laureano began exchanging words with animated Houston hitting coach Alex Cintron, then left first base, threw down his batting helmet and began sprinting toward him. Astros catcher Dustin Garneau tackled Laureano before the A’s outfielder reached Cintron, touching off a wild scene in which players streamed out of the stands to join the scrum.Matt Olson hit a three-run homer in the third and Matt Chapman connected the very next pitch, taking the score from 1-0 to 5-0 on consecutive offerings from Astros starter Cristian Javier.Robbie Grossman also homered and Mark Canha (KAN’-ah) contributed an RBI single as the A’s dealt the Astros their fifth consecutive loss.Elsewhere around the majors:— The Rays pulled out a 4-3 win over the Yankees on an RBI single by Michael Perez in the bottom of the ninth. Mike Brosseau and Brandon Lowe both homered in the seventh, when the Rays tied it at 3. — Detroit completed a three-game sweep as Spencer Turnbull pitched seven strong innings and Miguel Cabrera singled home the tiebreaking run in the eighth to send the Tigers past the Pirates, 2-1. The pitchers’ duel came after the two teams combined for 46 runs in the first two games of the series.— Mike Freeman’s RBI single in the 10th inning gave the Indians a 5-3 lead in a 5-4 triumph over the White Sox. Shane Bieber struck out eight over six innings but gained a no-decision after allowing home runs by Jose Abreu and James McCann.— The Nationals-Orioles game had to be suspended with the Birds leading 5-2 in the top of the sixth. Stephen Strasburg threw scoreless ball in his first start of the season until Hanser Alberto’s two-run double and Anthony Santander’s two-run single in Baltimore’s five-run fifth. The grounds crew had trouble placing the tarp over the infield during a thunderstorm, leading to the suspension.MLB-NEWSPirates-Cardinals series postponed UNDATED (AP) — Another Cardinals series has been postponed while the team continues dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak.The upcoming three-game series with the Pirates scheduled to begin Monday has been called off. It’s the Cardinals’ 11th, 12th and 13th games to be derailed by the outbreak. The Cardinals haven’t played since July 30. In other MLB news:— The Indians sent Zach Plesac back to Cleveland on Sunday in a rental car after the young right-hander violated team rules and Major League Baseball’s coronavirus protocols. A club official told the Associated Press the 25-year-old Plesac went out with friends in Chicago on Saturday night following his win against the White Sox. The person added that the team got Plesac a car so he wouldn’t be on a plane with teammates and staff in the event he contracted the virus. Update on the latest sports The Grizzlies dropped to 1-5 in the restart and are barely hanging onto eighth place in the West, with Portland, Phoenix and San Antonio close behind. In other NBA action:— Gordon Hayward hit three free throws with 2:29 remaining in overtime to put the Celtics ahead to stay in their third straight win, 122-119 over the Magic. Hayward finished with 31 points and Jayson Tatum scored 29, including the tying basket with 4.2 seconds left in regulation. Nikola Vučević led Orlando with 26 points and 11 rebounds.— Austin Rivers torched the Kings for a career-high 41 points off the bench and the Rockets used a big third quarter to pull away in a 129-112 victory. Houston was up by seven in the third quarter before scoring the next eight points, with 3s from Ben McLemore and Robert Covington. James Harden added 32 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as the Rockets won easily despite playing their second straight game without Russell Westbrook.— Rookie Darius Bazley scored a career-high 23 points off the bench in the Thunder’s 121-103 rout of the Wizards. Danilo Gallinari scored 20 points, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander added 18 as Oklahoma City moved to 3-2 in the seeding games. Washington is 0-6 since the restart. — Pirates utility infielder Phil Evans will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a concussion and fracturing his jaw. Evans was injured when teammate Gregory Polanco’s right elbow hit Evans in the face while the two were chasing down a flyball hit by Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera. Evans briefly lost consciousness on the play, but director of sports medicine Todd Tomczyk says he is expected to make a full recovery. — The Yankees have placed slugger Giancarlo Stanton on the 10-day injured list with a left hamstring strain. Stanton was hurt in Game 2 of Saturday’s doubleheader with the Rays while advancing from first to second base on a wild pitch. — Michael Wacha (WAH’-kuh) has been placed on the injured list because of right shoulder inflammation three starts into his one-year contract with the Mets. Manager Luis Rojas said that Wacha felt pain in his shoulder after allowing four runs in five innings on Friday. NASCAR-MICHIGANHarvick completes weekend of dominance NBA-SCHEDULERaptors take No. 2 seedLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — The Toronto Raptors were able to wrap up the No. 2 seed in the NBA’s Eastern Conference playoffs while preventing the Memphis Grizzlies from wrapping up a spot in the Western Conference play-in series.Pascal Siakam (see-A’-kam) scored 26 points to help the Raptors beat the Grizzlies, 108-99. Norman Powell chipped in 16 points and Kyle Lowry added 15 as Toronto wrapped up its fifth consecutive season with at least 50 wins. Dillon Brooks scored 25 points, Grayson Allen matched a season high with 20 and Ja (jah) Morant had 17 points and 10 assists for the Grizzlies. LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green’s suggestion for Devin Booker’s future did not amuse the NBA. The league fined Green $50,000 on Sunday for violating the league’s anti-tampering rule with comments about Booker, who is the Phoenix Suns’ star guard.Green said Saturday during an appearance as an analyst for TNT: “Get my man out of Phoenix. It’s not good for him. It’s not good for his career.” MLB-SCHEDULEUNDATED (AP) — The Athletics and Astros ignored social distancing recommendations on Sunday by resorting to some antisocial behavior.Benches cleared and even the stands emptied during Oakland’s 7-2 victory over the Astros. It was the first dust-up between the two teams since A’s pitcher Mike Fiers (FY’-urz) revealed the Astros stole signs during their World Series run while he was with Houston. The 23-year-old closed with a 6-under 64 to win the PGA Championship by two strokes over Paul Casey and third-round leader Dustin Johnson. Morikawa was tied with Casey before an eagle on the par-4 16. He closed with consecutive pars for a 13 under total.Johnson fell behind with a bogey on the par-5 14. He also was second in last year’s PGA Championship, three months after his runner-up finish at the Masters.Jason Day, Matthew Wolff, Bryson DeChambeau, Tony Finau (FEE’-now) and Scottie Scheffler shared third at minus-10.NHL-SCHEDULEStars, Caps, Jackets win BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) — Kevin Harvick has completed a weekend sweep of NASCAR’s Cup races at Michigan International Speedway.Harvick held off Denny Hamlin over the final laps and finished 0.09 ahead to become the first driver to win Cup races on consecutive days since Richard Petty in 1971.Harvick also took the first two stages in Saturday’s victory before earning the second state Sunday.Martin Truex Jr. finished third and Kyle Busch finished fourth. Busch remains winless on the year.NFL-NEWS — DeMar DeRozan scored 27 points and backup Rudy Gay added 19 as the Spurs outlasted the Pelicans, 122-113. Dejounte (deh-ZHAHN’-tay) Murray scored 18 for San Antonio, which moved into 10th place in the West as the Spurs try to gain a spot in the play-in game. JJ Redick scored 31 points with a season-high eight 3-pointers for New Orleans, which is on the verge of elimination.— Damian Lillard poured in 51 points as the Trail Blazers outlasted the 76ers, 124-121 to pull within a half-game of Memphis for eighth place in the West. Philadelphia played the last three quarters without All-Star center Joel Embiid (joh-EHL’ ehm-BEED’), who left with what the team called a left ankle injury. — Caris LeVert had 27 points and 13 assists as the Nets earned a 129-120 win over the Clippers and the seventh seed in the East. The Nets shot 85.7% (18 of 21) from the field in the first quarter, racing to a 21-point lead. Joe Harris delivered 23 of his 25 points by halftime.NBA-GREEN FINEDNBA fines Draymond Green $50,000 for Devin Booker comments The Red Bull driver crossed the line at Silverstone 11.3 seconds clear of Hamilton, with Valtteri Bottas third. Hamilton and Bottas struggled with their tires to clear the way for Verstappen to take an unlikely win.
Saturday, April 4, 20151 a.m.Â Non-Injury accident in the 800 block N. Settlers Dr., Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Sara M. Owens, 35, Wellington and a fixed object/fencing.â€¢2:33 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of electrical services in the 200 block S. Elm, Wellington.â€¢2:33 a.m. Officers took a report of children in need of care in the 200 block S. Elm, Wellington.â€¢10:25 a.m. Kevin E. Deloria, 31, Wellington was arrested, charged, and bonded with driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, driving while license is suspended, speeding 60 mph in a 40 mph zone and driving in a no-passing zone.â€¢4:21 p.m. Officers took a report of a juvenile problem of a known subject(s) in the 1300 block Michigan, Wellington.â€¢5:29 p.m. Officers investigated burglary and criminal damage to property in the 1200 block E. 4th, Wellington.â€¢8 p.m. A courtesy motor vehicle accident report was conducted in the 1000 block W.Â 8th, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Melissa J. Hare, 38, Wellington and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Daniel D. Jones, Wellington.â€¢10:10 p.m. Charles W. Dickinson, 53, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for no proof of insurance and defectiveÂ headlight. Sunday, April 5, 2015â€¢10:50 a.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property by a known suspect in the 200 block E. 19th, Wellington.â€¢11:13 a.m. Amanda J. Brown, 33, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with criminal damage to property.â€¢11:17 a.m. Officers took a report of found property in the 2000 block E. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢2:25 p.m. Donald R. Downing, 35, El Dorado, was issued a notice to appear for speeding 52 mph in a 40 mph zone.â€¢5:54 p.m. Officers investigated domestic battery, criminal damage to property and assault by a known suspect(s) in the 900 block W. 7th, Wellington.â€¢6:20 p.m. Timothy S. Hays, 28, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with criminal damage to property and assault.â€¢6:32 p.m. Gary W. Webb, 60, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with domestic battery.â€¢Wayne H. Harrold, 86, Belle Plaine, was issued a notice to appear for failure to report an accident that occurred on March 31, 2015. Wellington Police notes for Friday, April 3 to Sunday, April 5, 2015:Â Friday, April 3, 2015â€¢8:05 a.m. Kenneth G Wilkening Jr., 44, St. Francis, Ks. was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 62 mph in a 50 mph zone.â€¢10:28 a.m. Holly J. Delain, 45, Caldwell, was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 52 mph in a 40 mph zone (radar) and child restraint violation.â€¢12:15 p.m. Julia M. Whitney, 35, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for dog at large and no Wellington registration.â€¢4 p.m. Chase A. Rosewicz, 26, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for three dogs at large.â€¢10:25 p.m. Ramiro Castaneda Jr., 28, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for defective headlight and no proof of insurance.