He was also charged with criminal mischief, a misdemeanor. They say deputies found stolen items, including frozen food, two chainsaws and a house generator around the residence. Wilbur was found laying in tall grass, they say. TOWN OF FENTON (WBNG) — Authorities arrested a man for breaking and entering into a home in the town of Fenton early Thursday morning. Authorities noted Wilbur abandoned the residence when he was confronted by a resident in the house. The sheriff’s office says deputies responded to a report of an intruder inside a residence. The Broome County Sheriff’s Office says it arrested 39-year-old Christopher A. Wilbur and charged him with burglary in the 2nd degree, criminal possession of stolen property in the 3rd degree and grand larceny in the the 3rd degree. All felonies. The sheriff’s office says Wilbur was arraigned before a judge via Skype and was later released.
It had already offloaded its second-pillar operations in the country to the insurer last year. Achmea also indicated that it would develop “specific products” to help employers moving to defined contribution arrangements, noting that “quite a few” companies were still reluctant to abandon the “existing certainties” of defined benefit.In its annual report, it also said Syntrus Achmea would now focus on streamlining and centralising operational processes and teams, with the ultimate aim of achieving a single process, system and location.To minimise costs for its customers, improve its risk/return ratio and increase diversification of investments, Syntrus Achmea said it launched several new investment funds in 2014.It added that it was working to reduce risk and complexity in pensions management – by withdrawing from a number of separate accounts to reduce the volatility of investment returns, for example. Syntrus Achmea saw its institutional assets under management increase by €16.8bn to €86.8bn.It said new customers – including the industry-wide scheme for the dairy sector, as well as extended and expanded mandates for existing customers – had more than offset the departure of the large pension fund for the retail sector (Detailhandel).Syntrus Achmea has more than 70 clients with approximately 2m participants in total.The company covers 13% of the Dutch market for collective pensions and life insurance. Pensions provider Syntrus Achmea is to launch its own Algemeen Pensioenfonds (APF) to exploit new opportunities in the evolving Dutch pensions system, parent company Achmea has said in its 2014 annual report. An APF vehicle can implement various pension plans, enabling pension funds and employers to cooperate whilst allowing them to keep their own identity.Schemes’ assets in an APF are ring-fenced.The annual report also revealed that Syntrus Achmea wanted to transfer its third-pillar operation in Romania to insurer Aegon this year.
(REUTERS)-South Africa’s JP Duminy and Dean Elgar both scored centuries in a third-wicket partnership of 250 to drive the tourists to a 388-run lead over Australia at the end of the third day of the first Test yesterday.Australia removed both centurions around the tea break, as well as Temba Bavuma and captain Faf du Plessis in the last hour, but by then the damage had been done and the Proteas will go into day four on 390 for six.Quinton de Kock, who was dropped by Adam Voges on one, was at the crease unbeaten on 16 at the end of a long, hot day at the WACA, along with Vernon Philander, who had made 23 not out.South African paceman Dale Steyn was ruled out of the rest of the series with a fractured shoulder on Friday and will play no further part in the match, reducing the number of wickets Australia need to take.Steyn was a member of the Proteas team that chased down 414 to beat Australia at the WACA in 2008 but it was a debutant Duminy who scored the three runs off Mitchell Johnson that got the South Africans over the line.Now 32, Duminy looks to have played a key role in another Perth triumph after his brilliant 141 rammed home South Africa’s advantage after they had skittled Australia for 244 in reply to their 242 on Friday.Duminy faced 225 balls and hit 20 of them for fours with another going for six, overhauling partner Elgar before lunch and reaching his fifth test century with two runs to deep cover soon after the break.NERVOUS NINETIESIt was his first century in two years and his third against Australia, just reward for a masterclass of calm control and shot-making.The end came just as it looked like the pair of left-handers would bat through to tea, Peter Siddle benefiting from a DRS review when the technology revealed a nick off the bat that carried through to wicketkeeper Peter Nevill.Elgar did not have such a good experience on his previous visit to the WACA, having got a pair when he made his test debut at the ground in 2012, albeit on the winning team.Dogged and determined where Duminy was fluent, the 29-year-old reached his fifth test century half an hour before tea after a prolonged spell in the “nervous nineties”.His career-best 127 came off 316 balls and he had hit 17 fours and one six when Josh Hazlewood finally winkled him out after tea when he offered a tired shot and got an edge which Mitchell Starc took at gully.Starc should have caught Elgar on 81 when the batsman skied the ball to mid-off but he lost the ball in the Perth sun, tripped himself over trying to readjust his position and spilled it on the turf, to the despair of bowler Nathan Lyon.The left-arm paceman also accounted for Du Plessis (32), a fine edge taken behind by Nevill, while Hazlewood had Bavuma well caught by Usman Khawaja at deep square leg for eight but the collapse Australia needed never materialised.After Perth, the series continues in Hobart before concluding with a day-night Test at Adelaide Oval.SOUTH AFRICA 1st innings 242 (Q. de Kock 84, T. Bavuma 51; M. Starc 4-71)Australia 1st innings 244 (D. Warner 97, S. Marsh 63; V. Philander 4-56)South Africa 2nd innings (Overnight: 104-2)S. Cook c S. Marsh b Siddle 12D. Elgar c Starc b Hazlewood 127H. Amla b Hazlewood 1J. Duminy c Nevill b Siddle 141F. du Plessis c Nevill b Starc 32T. Bavuma c Khawaja b M. Marsh 8Q. de Kock not out 16V. Philander not out 23Extras (b-4 lb-13 nb-1 w-12) 30Total (for 6 wickets, 126 overs) 390Fall of wickets: 1-35 S. Cook,2-45 H. Amla,3-295 J. Duminy,4-324 D. Elgar,5-346 T. Bavuma,6-352 F. du PlessisTo bat: D. Steyn, K. Rabada, K. MaharajBowling: M. Starc 27 – 7 – 99 – 1(w-1),J. Hazlewood 32 – 10 – 97 – 2(nb-1),P. Siddle 22 – 8 – 47 – 2, M. Marsh 22 – 4 – 52 – 1(w-3), N. Lyon 21 – 2 – 76 – 0, A. Voges 2 – 1 – 2 – 0.
THE curtain came down last Sunday as Ryan Rambalak celebrated his birth anniversary with a 15-team, three-round, aggregate points system dominoes tournament. Teams participating were In Time, Mix Up, Transport Sports Club, Masters, All Seasons, Top Strikers, Providence Sports Club, Gold Is Money, TNT, Spartans, Renegades, Phantom, Big Boss Girls, On Point and F&H Printery.The aggregate system that was employed saw the team that brought first being awarded 5 points while second-placers were given 3 points and third-placers managed one point. Mix Up, Top Strikers, Spartans, Phantom and All Seasons blazed the first round with maximum 5 points each.The second round also saw Mix Up, Phantom, Providence, In Time and Transport Sports Club with 5 points. The game was wide open, and Mix up went on to win maximum 5 points in the third round thus cementing their dominance and outright win.Second place was awarded to Spartans with 15 points while Phantom were edged into third position with 14 points.Prizes were as follows: – First prize of $150 000 and trophy was sponsored by Ramps Logistics, Second prize was $75 000 and trophy, sponsored by Auto Color, and third prize was $45 000 and trophy, sponsored by Essential Supplies Inc. June Watts and Martin Premaul received hampers compliments of Dynasty Sports Club after being adjudged Most Valuable Players.Other notable sponsors included Parts Plus, Wizard Electronics, Dynasty Sports Club, Builders Lumber Yard, Regency Suites, Cell Phone Shack, A & M Jewellery & Pawnshop, Strikers Sports Club, Tent City, Tony’s Jewellery, Bel Air Lions Club, Faye Joseph, Mac’s Auto Parts, and All Seasons Racing Service & Pawn Shop.Mr Orrin Boston, who had the responsibility of organising the games, in his closing remarks, thanked all participants, sponsors and was impressed with the cordial manner in which the game was played in a cohesive manner.