The Daily Populous

Monday September 14th, 2020 day edition

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Police urge people to avoid a ‘party weekend’ before rule of six begins in England on Monday.

A teenager faces a £10,000 fine for hosting a house party with dozens of guests, just days before the “rule of six” coronavirus restriction comes into force.

The 19-year-old man was issued with the hefty fine after he allowed more than 50 people to attend a party at his home on Harlaxton Drive, Lenton, on Friday evening, Nottinghamshire police said.

The force said if the party host fails to pay or contests the fine he will appear before a court.

“Under current rules, we can issue fines to anyone hosting gatherings of more than 30 people, which can result in fines of up to £10,000.

The chairman of the body representing rank and file police officers urged people to avoid a “party weekend” before the rule of six restrictions come into play.

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Doctor warns Trump's Nevada rally is 'negligent homicide': 'People will die'

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[email protected] on the impact of President Trump holding an indoor rally tonight. — Ana Cabrera (@AnaCabrera) September 13, 2020.

The Trump campaign defended its plans to hold an indoor rally in Nevada as it faces criticism from city officials and others on social media.

But the Trump campaign fired back that it was within its right to hold an indoor rally because of protests. »

Israel to Shut Down Nation for Three Weeks to Contain COVID Spread

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Israel is reported to be the first country to impose such a measure on a national level.

Netanyahu has been previously criticized for his response to the pandemic, including reopening the economy too quickly.

A recent report from the country's coronavirus information center said that the growing rate of infections is bringing hospitals to maximum capacity. »

Hamilton Police Chief arrested by Texas Rangers

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WACO, Texas (KWTX) - Hamilton Chief of Police Tony Yocham, who lost the Republican nomination for Somervell County Sheriff back in April, was arrested Saturday morning by the Texas Rangers on charges of continuous sexual abuse of a child.

According to Somervell Chief Deputy Dwayne Griffin, the county sheriff’s had enough probable cause to hand off the information to the Texas Rangers.

Lonny Haschel, Lieutenant Texas Department of Public Safety Texas Highway Patrol Media & Communications said, as a result of the Texas Rangers investigation, “Tony Yocham was arrested and booked into the Johnson County jail on a charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child.”. »

Trump repeats California 'forest management' is to blame for wildfires despite it being dismissed as 'devastating lie'

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After repeating his false claim that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is “hiding” in his “basement” during the campaign, Mr Trump touted his busy travel schedule.

Mr Trump has expressed a reluctance to send aid to California during the current wildfire crisis as well as past ones throughout his administration.

“Maybe we're just going to have to make them pay for it because they don't listen to us,” Mr Trump said. »