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A Barclays bank worker and four other men haveadmitted being part of a network responsible for laundering at least 16 million, following an investigation by the National Crime Agency (NCA).

Over a three year period, the group set up and controlled around 400 bank accounts in a conspiracy which involved receiving stolen funds into one account, then dispersing it in smaller amounts to a number of other accounts, the NCA said.

Nilesh Sheth, 53, a personal banking manager at Barclays, was instrumental in the opening of a large number of these “mule” accounts,using false ID and address documents, the NCA said.

Sheth pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey in June, along withIurie Mereacre, 37, who ran the money laundering service from his home in Woodford Green, north east London, along with his associates, brothers Iurie Bivol, 36, and Serghei Bivol, 31.

Ryingota Gincota, 28, had opted to go on trial, but pleaded guilty at a hearing on Tuesday, the NCA said.

Prior to their arrests in November 2016, the group was under surveillance by the NCA and was seen meeting with Sheth on numerous occasions at the bank, and in public places including restaurants and car parks.

On the day of the arrests, NCA officers recovered multiple mobile phones, financial ledgers, and 70 “mule” packs from Mereacre’s flat. These packs contained ID and banking documents, bank cards and security information that enabled the group to access the accounts.

Officers also seized a hand written step by step guide to money laundering, which contained instructions on how to move money to accounts at various banks and notes on which accounts had been blocked by bank security.

A search of Sheth’s home in Redwoods Close, Buckhurst Hill, Essex, recovered more than 16,000 in cash and nine mobile phones hidden in various places around the house, including under the kitchen sink and tucked behind the sofa cushions.

A number of the phones had been used to communicate with Mereacre and contained text messages sent between the pair, organising meetings and payment.

Mereacre, Iurie Bivol,and Serghei Bivol, all ofThe Broadway, Woodford Green, admitted to conspiring to acquire criminal property and possession of a control article for use in fraud on June 15.

Sheth pleaded guilty to possession of criminal property and entering into a money laundering arrangement on June 15, whileGincota, of Broomhill Road, Woodford Green, admittedpossession of a control article for use in fraud on Tuesday.

Mike Hulett, head of operations at the NCA’s National Cyber Crime Unit, said: “Criminals rely heavily on money launderers like Mereacre and his associates in order to access their profits.

“Sheth abused his position of trust at the bank to knowingly open sham accounts for the network, providing a vital service which enabled them to launder 16 million worth of stolen cash.

“We have had tremendous support from colleagues across law enforcement and the banking industry to shut down this money laundering network, causing serious disruption to the organised cyber criminals who used their services.”

Rose Marie Franton, of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) International Justice and Organised Crime Division, said: “The evidence we gathered showed how Nilesh Sheth abused his position as a bank employee for personal gain by facilitating the laundering the criminal proceeds of an organised crime group both within the UK and across borders.”

A spokesman for Barclays said: “This is a rare occasion where an individual deliberately exploited our systems. We have worked with and supported the NCA with this investigation and welcome the outcome of proceedings. Barclays will always support law enforcement in identifying criminal activity and bringing prosecutions.”
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Two Hawks boys and one girl received honors, while one of each were lauded from the Vikings.

From Baraga, junior Martina Jahfetson earned Second Team girls distinction in the CC Division, while on the boys side, senior Colton Lindemann was named honorable mention.

The undefeated Dollar Bay boys, who won the CC Division, had the Coach of the Year in Jesse Kentala, while PM Division winner Ewen Trout Creek senior Jacob Witt swept the Edward E. Helakoski Most Valuable Player award and Defensive Player of the Year honor.

For the girls, undefeated Chassell claimed all three major awards Brandi Hainault as Coach of the Year, senior Milly Allen as the Helakoski MVP and senior Meg Hokenson as Defensive Player.

Here are the other honorees, with year and school:CC Division First Team Allen, Chassell; Danison, Chassell; Klemett, Jeffers; Laura Lyons, sr., Lake Linden Hubbell; Jenna Pietila, jr., Chassell; Leah Pennala, sr., Jeffers

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PM Division Second Team Abby LeGault, fr., E TC; Caitlin Lynch, sr., Bessemer; Isabelle Lutz, jr., Ontonagon; Paige Berglund, soph., E TC; Alexa Jilek, sr., W M

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PM Division Second Team Mason Saubert, jr., W M; Cade Mazzon, jr., Bessemer; Tanner Balcomb, sr., Ontonagon; Tyler Busch, jr., Bessemer; Henry Menegoz, jr.,
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The coaches and parents were very happy for the girls as all four games were a complete team effort, with good defensive and aggressive play, the girls earned the championship.

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Bank of Marin’s second quarter 2017 earnings climbed 8 percent to $5.2 million, up from $4.8 million in the second quarter of 2016. In about two weeks, Bank of Marin will open its new branch in northern Healdsburg.

The Healdsburg branch at 1260 Healdsburg Avenue on the corner of Dry Creek Road will have nearly 1,200 square feet on the second floor roughly half the bank’s average branch size. The manager will be Tara Johnson, who worked previously at the bank’s Sonoma branch. The bank will have two additional employees in Healdsburg.

If the branch can attract new deposits of about $1 million a month, it will take nearly two years to break even, said Russ Colombo, CEO and president, with a branch deposit base near $20 million. Opening a new branch in Marin County, closer to the bank’s Novato headquarters, would result in a faster break even, at about one year. “As you get farther away from the home base, it’s more difficult,” he said.

Earnings for Bank of Marin (NASDAQ: BMRC) in the first six months of 2017 were $9.7 million, down from $10.5 million in the first six months of 2016, when a significant boost in earnings resulted from acquired loan payoffs. Diluted earnings per share for the first six months were $1.58, down from $1.72 in the first half of 2016.

A cash dividend of 29 cents a share will be paid on August 11 to shareholders of record on August 4.

Deposits increased $61.3 million in the second quarter of 2017 to $1.8 billion. The bank has total assets of $2.1 billion.

“The second quarter was really strong,” Colombo said. “It’s clean. I don’t see anything that will harm the bank’s outlook. We’re pretty bullish as we go forward.”

The new Healdsburg location will bring the bank’s total branch number to 21, and is the first new branch since Bank of Marin acquired Bank of Alameda in 2013. The bank signed a five year lease on a temporary branch location with a clause that allows the lease to be broken before five years if a better branch location is found, Colombo said. The bank aims to build a new facility for the branch.

With the Healdsburg opening, Bank of Marin will have six branches in Sonoma County, with three in Petaluma, one in Santa Rosa and one in Sonoma. The bank has 10 branches in Marin County and plans to add two more in Sonoma County, likely in Santa Rosa, where it has one branch downtown at 50 Santa Rosa Ave. that emphasizes commercial banking. “We are adding expenses, so we don’t want to move too quickly,” Colombo said.

With the Healdsburg branch opening, total full time equivalent staffing will be 265.

The bank plans to add another loan production office for commercial banking in the East Bay. “We are going to hire the people. Then we go out and find the location,” Colombo said, possibly Walnut Creek or Lafayette in the Diablo Valley, depending on the person hired. “We’re in discussions with a number of people. The success of offices is driven by people.” He expects a hire by the end of 2017.

Bank of Marin has one branch in Napa and one in San Francisco.

The bank has a favorable deposit base in that nearly 45 percent of its deposits are non interest bearing demand deposits. Of the $61.3 million increase in new deposits in the second quarter, 48.5 percent were non interest bearing, bringing the cost of total deposits down two basis points from June 2016. “That is a huge benefit we have over our competitors,” Colombo said. “When rates rise, our costs don’t rise equally.”
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The reward is in exchange “for information that leads to the arrest and conviction” of the person responsible for the death of Israel Lewis, 51, the victim of the city’s first homicide in 2018, according to Det. Sgt. Brent Beaulieu.

Bangor police spokesman Sgt. Wade Betters declined to disclose the amount of the reward. He did not immediately respond to questions about the motivation for the reward.

As of Tuesday morning, detectives were still interviewing witnesses and following existing leads, Beaulieu said.

Police found Lewis, of Massachusetts, dead inside his room at 40 Second St. the morning of Jan. 10.

The State Medical Examiner’s Office ruled the death a homicide, triggering an investigation by Bangor’s Criminal Investigation Division. Police have not released the cause of death, citing the investigation.

On Jan. 10, a unidentified friend who failed to reach Lewis on the phone went looking for him at the rooming house and spotted him lying on the floor through a window. The person called 911.

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Just after midnight, medics rushed the gunshot victim into the last available trauma bay, and nurses and doctors swarmed. They needed to stop the bleeding.

As one staffer cut off the patient’s clothes that night this summer, Dr. Jason D. Pasley began a careful search of the man’s body for bullet wounds. The holes can be as small as a pencil eraser, and the team rolled the man to check everywhere behind knees, in armpits, along the hairline. One by one, Pasley called out what he found a hole in the back, in the buttocks, in the leg until he got to six.

Surgeons call it “bullet hole math.” An even number indicates that bullets might have gone through. An odd number raises the likelihood that a bullet may still be in the body.

“If the math doesn’t add up, you are missing something,” said Pasley, a long serving trauma surgeon at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in downtown Baltimore. “The more you’re shot, the more likely you are to hit something serious, the more likely you are to die.”

The gruesome ritual has become more common in hospitals nationwide. At Shock Trauma that week, it was the seventh night in a row doctors had had to rely on the crude calculus.

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