Suspect stole motor bike in northern Ontario early Wednesday morning, has been speeding around city ever since

SUDBURY —
Greater Sudbury Police are asking the public’s help in locating the person who stole a motor bike from a Kingsway Boulevard business early Wednesday morning.

Whoever took the bike has been seen speeding around town all day, including one incident on Notre Dame Avenue when the bike was involved in a collision. The suspect has been described as being white with a thin build and facial hair.

The theft took place around 4:20 a.m. when a red 2017 Honda CRF motor was stolen. At the time it was taken from the business, the bike had a licence plate of 2J7M4.

“Just before 10:30 a.m. information was received that a bike matching that description was seen in the area of Murray Street,” police said in a news release. “Officers began patrolling the area and saw the bike being driven on King Street where it entered a wooded area.”

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NGL Energy Partners LP Announces New Acreage Dedication for Produced Water Transportation and Disposal in the Northern Delaware Basin

NGL Energy Partners LP (NYSE: NGL) (“NGL” or the “Partnership”) announced today that the Partnership signed a new long-term produced water transportation and disposal agreement with a leading independent producer operating in Eddy and Lea Counties within the Delaware Basin. This agreement includes a 10 year acreage dedication totaling approximately 10,000 acres and an additional area of mutual interest (AMI) for future growth. The producer currently has a 53,000 acre position within the AMI which includes all of Eddy and Lea counties in New Mexico. As it has with other recent dedications, the Partnership plans to use its existing infrastructure and significant disposal capacity to service this new contract. “We are pleased to announce this agreement that allows us to continue to grow with this customer as it develops its resource and increase our dedicated acreage portfolio in the Northern Delaware Basin,” said Doug White, EVP Water Solutions.

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2 killed in 2-vehicle crash in Northern Kentucky

Police: 2 killed in 2-vehicle crash in Northern Kentucky


Two people were killed in a two-vehicle crash in Northern Kentucky on Wednesday.Police responded to the crash at KY-18 near the intersection of Ewing Boulevard in Florence, Kentucky, around 6:18 p.m.According to the Florence Police Department, after investigating, police learned Brian Smith, 43, of Union, Kentucky, was driving his Lexus SUV westbound on KY-18. For unknown reasons, the SUV crossed into eastbound traffic hitting a Chevrolet Equinox SUV, which was occupied by a driver and a passenger.All three people involved in the crash were taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for treatment. According to police, Smith died at the hospital. The passenger of the Chevrolet Equinox, Mary Ann Smith, 70, of Burlington, Kentucky, also died at the hospital from her injuries. The driver of the Chevrolet Equinox remains at the hospital for

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