DENVER — Erin Vandewiele went missing less than a month after moving from Wisconsin to Denver with a man she was seeing and after sending texts that concerned her family and friends.The man, Joe Mayer, was arrested on outstanding warrants that are unrelated to this case, but she is nowhere to be found."We’re very worried, especially after we’ve seen text messages that she had sent another friend that she was scared that Joe was going to hurt her," said Mandi Schmidt, the woman's sister.No one has heard from Vandewiele since July 23. A friend reported her missing to the Denver Police Department shortly after their communication ended but the last few text messages from her are troubling.One text reads, "He's gonna kill me if I don't get away from him today."Stacey Morris said she had a bad feeling when she met Mayer for the first time and he tried to offer her drugs. She said Vandewiele told her via text that she was scared for her life."I feel … [Read more...] about Woman sends eerie texts before disappearing in Denver: ‘He’s gonna kill me if I don’t get away’
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Abigail Nicholson and Daniel Moxon, in the corridor by the front door of their flat in St Faith's Lane which has had water pouring down walls. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Archant Tenants have reported a litany of fresh problems at a Norwich block of flats - ten months after this newspaper first exposed issues with the state of apartments. Holes where water was pouring through in the corridor of flat at 60 St Faith's Lane. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYEarlier this year Norwich City Council gave the landlord at 60 St Faith’s Lane, off Prince of Wales Road, until June to carry out improvement work on the building.The council served eight notices in February ordering the landlord to sort issues with the electrics, fire safety, heating and windows.They also found electrical cabling was overheating and exposed. The live electrics posed a “danger of death” to anyone accidentally touching them, the notice said. Work also needed to be done to make sure there was enough fire separation … [Read more...] about How is landlord getting away with these conditions at city centre flats?
source Starbucks Starbucks could be pricing itself out of the market, Bernstein warned clients on Tuesday. The firm says Starbucks coffee is priced about 38% higher than competitors, which is especially hurtful in the afternoon. With already high prices, Starbucks could struggle if the price of raw coffee beans increases. Follow Starbucks’ stock price in real-time here. When it’s early, everyone needs their morning cup of joe. That’s how Starbucks gets away with having coffee prices 38% higher than its competitors. But new research from Bernstein shows the coffee giant could be losing out on afternoon sales as more alert consumers notice the higher prices. “Compared to quick service restaurant competitors, Starbucks brewed coffee now sits at a ~38% price premium,” Sara Senatore, the firms restaurant analyst, said in a note to … [Read more...] about Starbucks gets away with expensive coffee in the morning — but it’s losing out to cheaper competition in the afternoons
Alex Lockie, provided by Published 3:13 pm, Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Mikhail Klimentyev/AP President Donald Trump may have a chance to pull the US out of Syria now that Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on Iran to move out its forces as well. Trump has long wanted to pull the US out of Syria, but likely couldn't because he'd be forfeiting the country to the same Iranian influence he hopes to counter. Putin looks to have turned his back on Iran, and has asked them to leave Syria. President Donald Trump's administration has been puzzling for some time over a vital question — how to pull the US out of Syria without ceding the region to Iran. Recommended Video: Now Playing: North Korea says it may pull out of a summit with President Donald Trump if the US insists it gives up nuclear weapons. The warning comes after Pyongyang cancelled talks with the South in anger over its joint military exercises with the US. Its state run news agency said the drills were … [Read more...] about Trump’s troubled Syria policy is getting unexpected help from Putin
U.S. Police crime A Washington state woman who was detained and released by officers last week decided to taunt local police on their official Facebook page, leading to her Saturday arrest. Kayla Irizzary, 19, of Moses Lake, Washington, was a passenger in a vehicle that police pulled over last week. Officers found that the driver, Giovanni Powell, 27, was driving with a suspended license. While Powell was arrested, officers had no legal reason to continue detaining Irizzary and allowed her to leave the scene as they obtained a search warrant for Powell’s car, MLPD wrote on their official Facebook page. Detectives discovered a purse that contained Irizzary’s state ID along with paperwork given to her during her recent release from jail that showed she was a convicted felon. Detectives also found heroin and a small firearm—illegal given her past felony convictions. After discovering the damning evidence in the vehicle, officers were unable to locate Irizzary … [Read more...] about Felon Bragged on Police Department’s Facebook Page About ‘Getting Away’ Before Being Lured to Arrest