Blog Posts May 2015

People Search, Phone Records, Arrest Records and Much More!

Four DUI Charges and Cyclist’s Death

Admin May 29, 2015
DUI Records

A drunk driver who murdered a Lexington cyclist has been arrested on 3 previous occasions on DUI charges. The driver, according to court records, is also facing deportation proceedings. 29 year old Odilon Paz-Salvador from Mexico, reportedly hit Mark Hinkel, 57, while the Horsey Hundred cycling event was in full swing. Paz-Salvador drove on for a further 3 miles with…

NSA Curtails Phone Records Program

Admin May 26, 2015
Phone Records

The NSA has begun concluding it’s storage and collection of U.S. phone records. Following failure by the Senate to determine a way forward to extend or change the previously secret program. This precedes its expiration at the end of May. The Senate returns (session) on May 31. Barring a last minute compromise the curtain may well come down on that…

University Police Records Appeal by ESPN

Admin May 21, 2015
Police Records

ESPN are set to appeal a judge’s ruling (St Joseph Superior Court) in respect of The University Notre Dame’s police records. The notice was served to the Indiana Court of Appeals. ESPN contend the campus police records should not be subject to the open records law of the state. The notice was filed on Wednesday by the sports network. This…

Death Records and Exercise Benefits

Admin May 20, 2015
Death Records

It’s confirmed, exercise is integral to a healthy lifestyle. Researchers separated non exercisers from those that exercised after sifting through fourteen years of death records. Those that did not exercise were in the high risk category of premature death. The results, from evidence based studies (Journal of the American Medical Association) decipher the code to longevity and exercise. Researchers from…

Birth Records Confirm Mining Risks

Admin May 19, 2015
Birth Records

According to a recent press release by The IU School of Public Health a testimony opposed to HR 1644 will directly affect mountain top coal mining. The testimony would block the implementation of stream protection buffer rules. Streams and valleys are directly affected due to displacement following blasting by explosives. The blasting is effectively loosening dirt and rocks above coal…

Sex Offenders Required to Work Away From Children

Admin May 18, 2015
Sex Offenders

Certain sex offenders in Montana that are employed in close proximity to children must obtain special permission, face arrest or find a new job. Last week a state law took effect which prohibits sex offenders deemed high risk, who have victimized children, from working or living within 300 ft of an institution or facility serving young adults under 18 years…