Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Two suspects were arrested and two more are being sought for an armed home invasion in which two teenagers were assaulted in Bellmore over the weekend, Nassau County police said.Lauren Morales, 28, and 20-year-old Nicholas Laurenti, both Hicksville, were arrested Monday and charged with first-degree burglary and assault.Police said Morales, Laurenti and two suspects who have yet to be apprehended entered the garage of a home on Lakeview Road, where they punched, kicked and hit two victims aged 17 and 19 with an aluminum bat in the face, head and body at 6:15 p.m. Saturday.The foursome then fled the scene. The victims, who were playing video games when they were attacked, refused medical attention at the scene.Morales and Laurenti will be arraigned Tuesday at First District Court in Hempstead.Seventh Squad detectives ask anyone with information regarding this case to call them at 516-573-6752 or Crime Stoppers at 1800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
On top of this, it made further investment commitments to several private equity funds.“Direct investments yielded returns in excess of 15% for the first nine months,” it reported.Alternative investments such as these directly held assets, excluding properties, now account for 14% of the total portfolio underlying unit-linked products, Danica said.Including real estate, that percentage is 21%.Klitgård said Danica had taken a very dedicated approach to alternative investments and that he was pleased to see the strong performance of this sector. “It is a difficult market that requires a wide range of very specific competencies, which we possess at Danica Pension,” he said.Klitgård said the subsidiary’s continuing improvements in its product and the new online services it was devising had contributed to the increased premiums.In Denmark, total premiums for January to September were up by 15% year on year at DKK16.6bn, while total premiums for the Danica Group amounted to DKK24.6bn for the nine-month period, 12% higher year on year.Pre-tax profit was little changed from the previous year at DKK1.46bn, down from the DKK1.49bn profit in the corresponding period in 2015.Danica’s total assets grew to DKK436bn by the end of September from DKK355bn at the end of December 2015. Danske Bank subsidiary Danica Pension said business made good headway in the first nine months of this year, while investments in its new strategy of investment directly in companies generated more than 15% in returns in the period.Per Klitgård, Danica’s group chief executive, said: “We are presenting a satisfactory performance for the first nine months – despite the financial market turmoil experienced during the period.”Reporting interim financial figures, Danica Pension, Denmark’s second-biggest commercial pension provider after PFA, said it registered a 12% increase in its total premiums in the nine-month period compared with the same period last year.Danica said that, year to date, it had invested almost DKK2bn (€269m) directly in Nordic companies in the direct-investment strategy it first announced in the summer of 2014.
The 2009 Be Active Junior State Champs will be held at Lightning Park, Noranda, WA, from Friday 20 February to Sunday 22 February 2009.Over 25 teams will compete in 5 divisions, including 10’s, 12’s and 15’s Mixed, as well as 18’s Boys and Girls. The 15’s Boys final will also be played on Sunday, with Northern Districts taking on Tompkins Park.67 games will be played over the course of the championships, with teams from Fremantle, Tompkins Park, Peel Districts, Brighton, Northern Districts, Goldfields, Southern Districts and Perth Brothers all competing. The first games will be played on Friday at 6pm, with round games to continue on Saturday and Sunday. Finals will commence at 10.40am on Sunday, with the 12’s Mixed final, followed by the 15’s Mixed and 15’s Boys at 11.20am, the 18’s Girls at 12.10pm and the 18’s Boys at 1pm. The Under 10’s presentation will be held at 11am, with the 12’s at 11.30am and the 15’s and 18’s at the conclusion of the 18’s Boys final.For further information, visit the Junior State Champs website:http://www.juniorstatechamps.com.au