Former Indiana CU assistant manager sentenced for bank fraud

first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Paula Awe, a former assistant manager of an Indiana credit union who ran a check-kiting scheme along with her manager, was sentenced last week to 18 months in prison.U.S. District Court Judge Jon E. DeGulio in Hammond, Ind., also ordered Awe to pay $180,000 restitution and to serve two years of supervised release following her prison sentence.She pleaded guilty to bank fraud in February.Awe and her manager, Sandra Santay, of the Lakeside Federal Credit Union in Hammond, had each been operating two independent check-kiting schemes that fraudulently inflated their respective share accounts over three years, according to court documents.The scheme was detected by a routine NCUA examination.last_img read more

Hasanour gives Foley a double

first_img Mick Halford’s five-year-old disappointed on his return to action in the Irish Lincolnshire but having regained winning ways last month, he was the 5-2 favourite to clinch another valuable handicap. Foley, earlier successful on Final Frontier, navigated Hasanour into contention inside the final furlongs and always appeared confident he would pick up the pacemaking Breathe Easy. The market leader did just that and was good value for his half-length verdict. Halford said: “I’m thrilled with that. Shane said he travelled really well and when the gaps appeared he was able to take them. That’s a good trip for him and he loves it here. “He may go to Galway. Richard (McNally, owner) is a big Galway fan and he won there last year. The other option is a £150,000 handicap at Goodwood, but I’d say he’ll go to Galway. “He didn’t get into the Hunt Cup at Ascot but maybe it was a blessing in disguise as the ground was very fast. “He’s a very straight forward horse to train, and winning like that gives them confidence. “He could end up in Dubai some day.” Hasanour lunged late to claim his third course and distance success at the Curragh in the Paddy Power Handicap.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Misbah ‘most likely’ to face West Indies

first_imgMISBAH-ul-Haq has revealed that he is “most likely” to prolong his Pakistan career and play in the Test series against West Indies.The veteran Pakistan Test captain stated late in January that he plans to make a decision on his future within a month after he came in for criticism following a poor tour of Australia.Misbah was out of sorts with the bat against Steve Smith’s side, scoring just 76 runs across the three Tests.But Misbah said he would not make a call on whether to play on at international level before leading Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League [PSL].And the 42-year-old appears to have made his mind up ahead of a three-match Test series in the Caribbean – which gets under way on April 22.He told ESPNcricinfo: “It was tough on me recently with my form but now overall everything is going well so far [in the PSL],“I am spending time in middle, hitting the ball pretty well. Played practice matches before the PSL started and had sessions of range hitting so getting confidence with every passing game.“I am also enjoying the game so it’s most likely that I am going to the West Indies. I always believed if had to go [and play cricket] then I have to go with form and confidence otherwise there was no point of going.”last_img read more

AJNA in focus: What’s next for BetConstruct’s Third Eye?

first_img Share New Polish poker table in BetGames section for STS July 15, 2020 Submit The central component of BetConstruct’s ICE London exhibition was AJNA, or Third Eye, a scouting solution which recognises the game flow of sporting events and provides advanced player tracking in real time.Dmytro Fedyukov, Head of Data Science at BetConstruct, delivered an update on AJNA as it is today, where it will go in the future, and the key target groups for the product.At present, AJNA is a real-time video analysis tool for live football, tracking both the players and the ball position with no need for operator assistance. It is proof-of-concept ready, having been subjected to continuous testing around futsal matches and regular matches in the Ukrainian Premier League, as demonstrated by the tournament at ICE, which featured eight matches across the three days.It is therefore ready to be used for advanced in-game analytics on sports betting-based applications, while it will soon expand to generate new betting opportunities through odds based on dynamic player interaction graphs. It will also support deeper player performance analysis through configurable player KPIs, usually defined by the player’s coach. AJNA can even serve as an extension to BetConstruct’s Friendship Platform, a live video stock where published video streams are available for global operators to purchase.The target groups for the product are therefore sports clubs and teams for player/team data, sports betting operators and odds feed providers for odds generation, and media companies who wish to deliver additional on-screen data to their site or channel visitors.In the future, it is likely to be evolved to support live virtual reality streaming for big matches, delivering a 3D reconstructed game experience using real-time game data. It will also enable deeper in-game extraction for sports betting purposes, while a rendering engine will use photo-realistic textures obtained during the game to provide a unique experience, where the end user can watch the match from an arbitrary selected viewpoint. VBET agrees Armenian Premier League and Armenian Cup sponsorship August 13, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Nuno Gomes joins BetConstruct and FeedConstruct as brand ambassador June 18, 2020 Related Articleslast_img read more