Over the weekend, local authorities working the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival made a major drug bust on the festival grounds. Brian Anthony Wiley, 29, and Trevor Franklin Watson III, 24, both of Chattanooga, were arrested on multiple drug-related charges after local deputies were tipped off and discovered the two men selling and distributing “a very large amount of drugs” to festival attendees.According to a report from Coffee County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lucky Knott via ABC13 News: “Deputies found Wiley to be in possession of 202 jars of THC oil, weighing about 15 milliliters; two bags of mushrooms, weighing about 7 grams each; three bags with about 60 panes of blotter acid; 241 bags of about 120.5 grams of what is believed to be Ketamine; 22 bags of a white powdery substance weighing about 144.5 grams of what is believed to be cocaine; six Xanax bars; and 220 bags weighing about 1,210 grams of a green plantlike material believed to be marijuana.”“Watson was found to be in possession of six bottles containing 15 milliliters of THC oil; 10 bags of a green plantlike material weighing about 20 grams believed to be marijuana; two grams of a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine; four Molly capsules; 14 bags of a crystal substance weighing about 14 grams of a substance believed to be Molly; and 13 bags of a powdery substance weighing about 13 grams believed to be Ketamine.”Both Wiley and Watson are currently being detained by authorities on $255,000 and $50,000, respectively, and are due to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court on August 12th on charges of manufacturing, delivering, selling and possession of a controlled substance, and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia.[via ABC13 News]
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:Solar-rich Gujarat has raised its renewable energy ambition by aiming for at least 30 GW of renewable energy generation capacity by 2022 – some 17% of the national 175 GW target by that point.“We plan to increase capacity to 30,000 MW by 2022,” finance minister Nitin Patel said while presenting the Gujarat budget in the state capital of Gandhinagar. “Of this, 20,000 MW will be used in Gujarat and 10,000 MW will be sold to other states.”The state minister also announced the allocation of Rs1,000 crore for a new rooftop solar scheme that aims to provide installations to 2 lakh families. Under the program, households will receive a subsidy worth 40% of the cost of rooftop systems with a capacity of up to 3 kW and a 20% subsidy for systems with capacities of 3-10 kW.According to the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy’s state by state breakdown of the national renewable energy target, Gujarat was slated to achieve 8,020 MW of solar generation capacity by 2022 plus 8.8 GW of wind power and 255 MW of biomass facilities.Earlier this year, the Gujarat state government announced it would add 3 GW of renewables capacity annually until 2022 – 2 GW from solar and 1 GW of wind. Since the first Vibrant Gujarat summit in 2003, more than 100 investments have seen Rs40,000 crore pour into renewables in the state.More: Gujarat targets 30 GW of renewable capacity by 2022 Gujarat sets 30GW renewable energy goal by 2022, 17% of India’s overall target
In recent years it’s frequently been a struggle to complete competitions in order to meet Munster tournament deadlines.However, it’s hoped that will much less of a problem under the new format.The draws for the county and most of the divisional championship were made last weekend in Thurles – the fixtures in those competitions will be revealed in a few weeks’ time. Michael Bourke is optimistic that the difficulties of the recent past won’t reoccur.
There are also two matches in Group A.Romania clash with Switzerland from 5pm before tournament hosts France go up against Albania at 8 o’clock. The opening match will see Russia take-on Slovakia under the shadow of the violence that broke-out in and around Russia’s opening game against England.A repeat of that violence today could see Russia disqualified from the rest of this summer’s tournament.That kicks-off at 2pm