Deputies: Wayne County man flees hit-and-run with UPS truck, tries hiding at friend’s house – Victor Post

Deputies say 29-year-old Geno R. Thomas of Sodus fled the scene of the hit-and-run with a UPS truck in the Village of Newark on Wednesday night. Thomas was found at a friend’s Arcadia home shortly after trying to hide his vehicle. He tried to hide inside the house in a downstairs bathroom and stash the drugs he was carrying, according to investigators.

Thomas was charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident, driving without a license, criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana. He is on parole and will appear in the Town of Arcadia Court at a later date.

UPS driver who called 911 in house fire is honored – ABC Newspapers

April 16 started as a typical work day for Dave Marquis. But that changed when the UPS driver of 25 years saw an orange glow and what he thought were flames inside a Spring Lake Park home.

Marquis did what he thinks anyone would do. He called 911.

Nyle Zikmund, chief of the Spring Lake Park-Blaine-Mounds View Fire Department, credits Marquis with saving a woman’s life. Although he did not pull her out of the burning home, quickly calling 911 made a difference, Zikmund said.

UPS to Release Third Quarter Results Friday, October 24, 2014

UPS® (NYSE:UPS) will release its 2014 third quarter results Friday, October 24, 2014, at approximately 7:45 a.m. Eastern Time.

At 8:30 a.m. ET, UPS CEO David Abney and CFO Kurt Kuehn will lead an investor conference call. This call will be open to reporters and the public on a listen-only basis, via a live Webcast.

Two Killed In Crash Involving Two Semi-Trucks On Turnpike In Grady Co. – News9

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a UPS semi-truck was parked on the shoulder of the turnpike, and the driver, 55-year-old Cary Neal Rogers, was standing outside, on the passenger side of the truck. A second semi-truck was going eastbound on the turnpike when for an unknown reason, it ran off the roadway to the right and rear-ended the UPS semi.

According to OHP troopers on the scene, the second semi-truck went through two of the three UPS trailers.

Both Rogers and the driver of the second semi, 43-year-old Scott Randall Sims, were pronounced dead at the scene.

FBI investigating local Ebola scare – Click2Houston

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“UPS was notified by law enforcement on Tuesday, October 14, that a package originating in the U.S. was delivered Monday, October 13 to a residential address in Richmond, TX that had handwriting on the exterior that included the word “Ebola.” UPS is cooperating with authorities during their investigation.”

The FBI says the suspicious package has been removed to an isolated location. They are working with the Centers for Disease Control to find exactly what it contains.

If it is discovered that this is a prank, the FBI plans on finding the person responsible and prosecuting them.