Archive for November 3rd, 2012

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Police in the Dominican Republic said Saturday that they have arrested three men suspected in the killing of former major league pitcher Pascual Perez during an attempted home robbery. Another two suspects remain at large.

Maximo Baez, the police department’s criminal investigations director, said one of the arrested men personally knew Perez and confessed that he and four others had planned to steal the $2,400 monthly pension he received for his 11-season career in the Major Leagues.

The 55-year-old’s ex-wife found his body on Thursday at the home where he lived alone in San Gregorio de Nigua, a town west of the capital of Santo Domingo. Police said he had severe head wounds caused by being hit repeatedly with a hammer.

Authorities said they expected to file charges against the suspects later Saturday.

Police identified another one of those arrested as a low-level drug dealer. A third suspect was arrested Saturday after police said he sold one of Perez’s cell phones for $6.25.

Police said they have also identified the two fugitives.

During his time in professional baseball, Perez had a rocky career including two suspensions for drug use.

The right-hander was first signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates in January 1976 as an amateur free agent, according to, an online sports information site. He then pitched for the Atlanta Braves from 1982-85. He was 15-8 in 1983 and 14-8 in 1984.

Perez last played in the majors for the New York Yankees in 1991, compiling a lifetime record of 67-68 with the Braves, Pirates, Expos and Yankees.

In March 1992, he was suspended after failing a drug test the day he arrived for spring training with the Yankees. He was entering the final season of a three-year, $5.7 million contract, but never returned to major league baseball.

Already Available to Military and Overseas Voters, State Opens Electronic Voting System to Make Voting More Accessible to Citizens Displaced by Hurricane Sandy and First Responders Assisting in Recovery Efforts

Trenton, NJ – The New Jersey Department of State has issued a directive today to county elections officials to permit New Jersey registered voters displaced by Hurricane Sandy to vote electronically. This directive also is intended to assist displaced first responders, whose tireless recovery efforts away from home has made voting a challenge.

“This has been an extraordinary storm that has created unthinkable destruction across our state and we know many people have questions about how and where to cast their vote in Tuesday’s election. To help alleviate pressure on polling places, we encourage voters to either use electronic voting or the extended hours at county offices to cast their vote,” said Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno. “Despite the widespread damage Hurricane Sandy has caused, New Jersey is committed to working through the enormous obstacles before us to hold an open and transparent election befitting our state and the resiliency of its citizens.”

To vote electronically, displaced voters may submit a mail-in ballot application either by e-mail or fax to their county clerk. Once an application is approved, the clerk will electronically send a ballot to the voter by either fax or e-mail in accordance to the voter’s preference. Voters must return their electronic ballot – by fax or email – no later than November 6, 2012, at 8 p.m.

Voters can download a mail-in ballot application for their county by visiting A list of county clerk websites, phone numbers and fax numbers are available by visiting

Separate directives issued today enable displaced voters and first responders to vote by provisional ballot at a polling place in a county other than the voter’s county of registration. The deadline for county clerks to receive mail-in ballots has been extended to November 19, 2012, for any ballot postmarked on or before November 5, 2012. Mail-in ballots post marked later than November 5 will not be accepted.

County elections officials have also been directed to print a sufficient number of provisional and emergency ballots to accommodate voters.

Voters are encouraged to take advantage of extended office hours at county elections offices to cast their vote early and in-person. Registered voters can obtain and cast their ballot in-person at their county elections office up until 3 pm Tuesday. County election offices are to remain open, at a minimum, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm throughout the weekend, until November 5. Voters that have a mail-in ballot and choose to deliver their ballot to the county elections office in person must present their completed ballot to their county elections office no later than the close of polls on Tuesday.

Information is also available by calling 1-877-NJVOTER.

Jenny P

Day Care Fight Club

Three employees from the Hands of Our Future Daycare in Dover, Delaware were arrested after a cell phone video showed employees watching and encouraging two 3-year-olds fight each other.

Tiana Harris, 19, Lisa Parker, 47, and Estefania Myers, 21, were charged with Assault, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Reckless Endangering and Conspiracy for the incident, which occurred in March of 2012 and was captured on cell phone video.

In the video, police say one child can be heard crying and yelling, ‘He’s pinching me,’ while a daycare worker responds, ‘No pinching, only punching.’”

“Clearly one of the children is crying and does not want to continue on and he is pushed back into the fray by one of the adults,” Dover Police Captain Tim Stump said.

Cristyl Slack says her four-year-old daughter was in the room when the fight happened in March.DE:

BOSTON. Un funcionario con conocimiento de las negociaciones dijo que los Medias Rojas de Boston y el dominicano David Ortiz llegaron a un acuerdo de US$26 millones por un contrato por dos años.

Más bonos, el contrato podría llegar a los US$30 millones, dijo el funcionario el viernes, quien habló bajo condición de guardar el anonimato debido a que el acuerdo aún no estaba firmado.

Ortiz era una agente libre y podía estudiar ofertas de otros equipos. Los Medias Rojas habían hecho una oferta calificada de US$13,3 millones por un contrato de un año, pero ambas partes continuaron con las negociaciones algunas horas más. Ortiz bateó .318 con 23 cuadrangulares y 60 carreras remolcadas en 90

Having sex could lower your stress, and your blood pressure.

That finding comes from a Scottish study of 24 women and 22 men who kept records of their sexual activity. The researchers put them in stressful situations, such as speaking in public and doing math out loud, and checked their blood pressure.

People who had had intercourse responded better to stress than those who engaged in other sexual behaviors or abstained.

Another study published in the same journal found that diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number of your blood pressure) tends to be lower in people who live together and often have sex. And yet another study found that women who get lots of hugs from their partner tend to have better blood pressure.

Bianka La Negra Linda

Toda suya caballo !!!!!!!

Las Policía Nacional informó que detuvo a dos personas por el asesinato de Pascual “Cutá” Pérez, mientras que persigue a otros dos involucrados en el hecho.

Los detenidos son Ariel Santos, quien habría confesado a las autoridades la comisión del crimen, y Joel Alexander Nuñez (Tily), presunto operador del punto de drogas donde planificaron el hecho.

A los detenidos se les ocupó un martillo que según la institución habrían utilizado para golpear a la víctima, una motocicleta, así como otras evidencias del crimen.

El asesinato, según los detalles preliminares de la Policía, fue planificado en un punto de venta de drogas por un amigo de “Cutá”.

Por el hecho también persiguen a los nombrados Alberto y Fabito, coautores del crimen.

Los datos fueron ofrecidos por el director de Investigaciones Criminales de la Policía (Dicrim), general Máximo Báez Aybar y el vocero del organismo, coronel Diego Pesqueira.

Pascual Pérez fue asesinado mientras dormía en su residencia de la carretera Mella, en Nigua, San Cristóbal, supuestamente para sustraerle dos mil dólares que había recibido de su pensión como ex lanzador de las Grandes Ligas.

Sus restos fueron sepultados ayer en el cementerio municipal de su pueblo


Buenos dias muchachos