Family talks tough puts up REWARD in Galmo Williams shooting

first_img BIG REWARD FOR ARMED ROBBERY THUGS, Friends enraged Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #TCIlovesGilley Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for youcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, February 7, 2017 – A $20,000 reward is being offered for information in the shooting of Galmo Williams; Williams, the former Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands was shot in the left knee and was airlifted yesterday to Florida for work on that knee.Businessman and Philanthropist are other hats Mr. Williams who owns the Wine Cellar and Gilley’s Café wears and friends believe the three thugs who robbed him are strangers in this town, they say anyone who knows their dear friend Gilley, knows he would have gladly given the guys money.The long time residents, now Belongers are fuming over the audacity of anyone to harm Galmo.  We distorted the voice by request of the donor who is concerned about the thugs themselves retaliating.  “He would have given it anyway, and then they take his money, and then they shot him, this man works for every single community, organizations with our communities, from South Caicos to Salt Cay, to Blue Hills, Blue Hills is his home, they don’t get any better than the people from Blue Hills.  This man is kind, gold, sweet, passionate, this man gives everything to everybody.  This man I love, how could you do this to this man.  You people out there, whoever you are, you’re gonna pay.”  The $20,000 reward of their own money is for information going to the Police that leads to an arrest and conviction.Police report that Williams cooperated with the three masked, armed men on Superbowl Sunday night as he was headed toward Ricky’s Flamingo Cafe – the trio got away with Gilley’s wallet and his wedding ring.#MagneticMediaNews #TCIlovesGilley Galmo Williams in physical therapy nowlast_img read more

2019 Ford Ranger falls short of IIHS honors still crashes commendably

first_img Midsize king: The 2019 Ford Ranger 5:39 Ford Tags Post a comment 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 review: Loud and proud, and absolutely divine 2019 Honda Ridgeline review: Light duty, heavy punch More about 2019 Ford Ranger Review • 2019 Ford Ranger review: A midsize truck champ 2020 Toyota Tacoma first drive: Small tweaks make this midsize truck even better Ford 0center_img 36 Photos It’s the headlights that did the Ranger in. The IIHS evaluated three different Ranger headlight configurations — halogen reflectors, halogen reflectors with automatic high beams and LED reflectors — and all three received a rating of Marginal. To qualify for TSP or TSP+, at least one headlight configuration requires an Acceptable rating. In the evaluation of its crash-avoidance system, the standard automatic braking setup received a rating of Superior.As of this writing, no Ford vehicle has qualified for TSP or TSP+ during the IIHS’ evaluations in 2019. But with several new vehicles on the horizon, including new versions of the popular Escape and Explorer crossovers, that’s likely to change. 2019 Ford Ranger: It’s got the look Trucks Preview • 2019 Ford Ranger: Bad mudder trucker Enlarge ImageSomething tells me this one won’t end up on a used-car lot. YouTube screencap via IIHS In order to pick up one of the two major accolades from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, a vehicle must withstand not only a battery of typical crash tests, but it must also score well in evaluations of its headlights and safety systems. While the 2019 Ford Ranger fell short of such an award for the same reason that still plagues many automakers, its crash-test results still prove the new midsize pickup is plenty safe.The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently published detailed evaluation results for the 2019 Ford Ranger. Sadly, it wasn’t eligible for either Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t perform admirably. When it came to crash tests, the Ranger received the top rating of Good in five of the six crash tests: Small overlap driver-side, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and seats including head restraints. The Ranger achieved the second-best Acceptable rating in the Institute’s latest trial, the small overlap passenger-side test, which was instituted to ensure automakers gave both front-seat occupants the same level of protection. The Ranger’s score in this test did not disqualify it from Top Safety Pick. More From Roadshow News • 2019 Ford Ranger recalled for improperly assembled seatbelts Share your voice Now playing: Watch this:last_img read more