2 Hill Ave, Burleigh Heads. 2 Hill Ave, Burleigh Heads sold under the hammer for $1.1 million.A BURLEIGH Heads beach property on the market for the first time in more than 21 years has sold under the hammer for $1.1 million.The four-bedroom beach house at 2 Hill Ave neighbours the national park and features ocean views. It spans three levels and is a short stroll from the beach.Lacey West, Burleigh Heads agent Will West negotiated the sale.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“A young couple bought it who are from Burleigh Waters,” he said.“This property was pretty unique as it had national park next to it and ocean views.“It’s pretty rare to just have one neighbour.”The property last changed hands in 1995 for $238,000. 2 Hill Ave, Burleigh Heads.
Police have arrested a Indian River County man on a second-degree charge in the death of his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter.Indian River County sheriff’s deputies and emergency medical personnel were called Monday morning to a home, located in the 6900 block of 30th Square. The 9-1-1 caller was 22-year-old Deshawn Clark who was later identified as a suspect.Clark is a live-in boyfriend of the victim’s mother, according to Lt. Thomas Raulen of the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.According to investigators, when EMS arrived they rushed the child to the hospital where the child was later pronounced dead.Investigators said Clark told deputies he found the child in the bathtub and started CPR until EMS arrived. However, authorities say the child was dry and wearing a dry diaper when EMS arrived.The autopsy revealed the child sustained multiple injuries and trauma including, laceration on the left side of her head, bruising on her chest, linear marks on the back of her legs, bruise on her left temple, abrasion on her left hip, bruise under her left eye, additional bruising on her neck, hemorrhaging on her hyoid bone, blood in her abdomen, laceration to her liver, fractured ribs close to her spine, and swelling to her brain.The autopsy also revealed the injuries were consistent with blunt force trauma and not from someone attempting CPR, authorities say.When the autopsy results came back, Raulen said Clark changed his statement to detectives several times, but denied knowing how the little girl obtained her injuries.The sheriff’s office said the death was classified as a homicide, and Clark was arrested and charged with second-degree murder. He is being held in the Indian River County Jail without bond.
Soft2Bet continues new market drive with Irokobet launch August 26, 2020 Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Global Gaming adds sportsbook extension to Ninja property August 25, 2020 Share Following the confirmation that it had suspended all betting markets relating to the Division 2 Södra Svealand football league, Svenska Spel has revealed that it now ‘does not see any other solution’ to crack down on match-fixing other than to stop offering betting on said league.A number of integrity monitoring bodies have estimated that ‘as many as 13’ matches are suspected to have been influenced by gambling activity, with Spelinspektionen calling for a blanket ban on offering odds on the league for all licensees in the market.PR lead at Svenska Spel, Linnéa Hedberg, commented: “Svenska Spel is monitoring these leagues in the same way as we do with all leagues we offer betting upon. We act on the basis of a precautionary principle, look for deviating odds movements and stop offering betting in case there are strong evidence of match fixing. We also do not offer betting upon events that are easier to manipulate such as next corner or yellow card.“With so many suspected games that the integrity of a whole league is to be question Svenska Spel does not see any other solution than to stop offering betting upon Division 2 Södra Svealand. We will also continue with all our other activities such as education, cooperation and monitoring in order to fight match fixing.”When asked whether the operator would be suspending markets on other football leagues, Hedberg responded: “Not right now but we will continue monitoring all leagues we offer betting upon.”As the market continues to implement compliance measures, numerous steps have been taken to ensure that operators remain within the country’s gambling laws, especially relating to match-fixing and wagering on games featuring under-18s. Back in May, Swedish gambling watchdog Spelinspektionen issued a stark warning about the need to comply to current betting laws after a number of operators were found to be offering betting opportunities on football fixtures featuring players under the age of 18.Swedish law strictly prohibits the wagering of bets on matches featuring players or athletes who are not yet of a legal gambling age – which is currently 18.The game in question related to a match that had taken place between IFK Göteborg and AIK in Sweden’s top-tier club competition, Allsvenska. Share