Jasmine Stole Weiss [email protected] Published 8:39 p.m. UTC Jun 4, 2018 After a game room cashier was confronted about discrepancies in the cash collected, he told the owner he took money and used it to play the machines, according to a magistrate’s complaint filed in the Superior Court of Guam. Lucky Land Game Room owner told police about a possible theft involving his cashier, Jonathan Frank Mendiola Guevara. On Saturday, the owner said he audited the shift sheets and noticed discrepancies, documents state. More: Guam police seek 2 men after Lucky Land armed robbery More: Guam Police arrest Jonovan Cruz in connection with armed robberies The owner told police he talked to Guevara, who admitted that the total cash out was supposed to be $8,682 but the actual readouts from the machine was only $4,410, documents state. The owner said Guevara admitted to taking the game room’s money, according to the complaint. Guevara asked if he could do payment plan … [Read more...] about Game room cashier, Jonathan Frank Mendiola Guevara, allegedly took money to play games
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4 May From the section Gaelic Games Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/gaelic-games/44006107 Read more about sharing. BBC Sport Northern Ireland's coverage of this year's Ulster Senior Football Championship will enable fans to watch four live games.Fermanagh's game against Armagh on Saturday, 19 May and the Down v Antrim game on 26 May will both be shown live on the BBC iPlayer.The first semi-final on 3 June and the Ulster final three weeks later will be live on BBC Two Northern Ireland.There will be full deferred coverage of the four other ties.The deferred games will start with the Ulster preliminary round tie between Donegal and Cavan on 13 May with Tyrone v Monaghan on 20 May, Donegal/Cavan v Derry on 27 May and the second semi-final on 10 June also shown in full shortly after the final whistle.There will … [Read more...] about Four live Ulster Senior Football games to be shown on BBC Sport Northern Ireland
UBISOFT seems to have confirmed the existence of Watch Dogs 3 - here's everything you need to know about the hacking-based sequel. By Dom Peppiatt / Published 15th April 2018 Ubisoft Watch Dogs 3 CONFIRMED by Ubisoft: Leaked PS4, Xbox and PC game to be revealed at E3 2018? Ubisoft has had a great year so far: the developer/publisher has seen the rollout of some excellent Assassin's Creed: Origins DLC, as well as its second biggest launch in history with the release of Far Cry 5.One of its other major franchises - Watch Dogs - has been somewhat quiet since the release of some bonus DLC for the game last year. We weren't expecting to hear more about the game until maybe E3 this year.Well, according to YouTuber UbiCentral it seems as if Ubisoft is slowly but surely releasing information suggesting a Watch Dogs 3 announcement is imminent.The gist of it is this: Ubisoft’s April Fools joke for 2018 was a Watch Dogs-related prank that asked users to hack into its own … [Read more...] about Watch Dogs 3 CONFIRMED by Ubisoft: Leaked PS4, Xbox and PC game to be revealed at E3 2018?
RNZ chairman Richard Griffin has refused to play for MPs a contentious voice message left on his phone by Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran. Griffin and RNZ chief executive Paul Thompson were at the centre of an often terse exchange with MPs today as they reappeared before the Economic Development, Science and Innovation Select Committee to correct the record over earlier comments about the nature of a meeting between former RNZ head of news Carol Hirschfeld and Curran. Their appearance today was pre-empted by reports on Tuesday that Curran had phoned Griffin to suggest it would be better for him to write a letter rather than appear in person. Both Curran and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern have denied that, saying Curran left a phone message to pass on advice from the Office of the Leader of the House that a letter would be faster to correct the record if he was unable to make it to the select committee in person. Earlier today, Curran left New Zealand to attend the Commonwealth Games … [Read more...] about RNZ boss refuses to play Curran’s message
It's April Fools' Day soon, the one day that it's completely acceptable to do awful things to the people you care about and get away with it because of an ancient tradition. Give some of these a go, but remember doing any of the following pranks after midday on April 1 is against the rules and if you're not sure a colleague will see the funny side, it's probably best not to bother. If you're looking to have a laugh at someone else's expense, you could do worse than to try these effective and inventive pranks . Just don't blame us if you lose your job/spouse/get kicked out of the house. If you need more inspiration for April 1, check out our round-up of April Fools' Day prank ideas to play on your family or in the office. 1. The toothpaste treat trick Buy Oreos for the office. Then laugh at their bewildered and disappointed faces as they realise you've filled their best biccies with toothpaste. You MONSTER. 2. A-mayonnaise-ing prank Try to soothe your angry colleagues with some nice … [Read more...] about Best April Fools’ Day pranks and jokes to play on your friends and family