Guns reported stolen at off-campus duplex | DAYTON News | www.whio.com
Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015 Guns reported stolen at off-campus duplex Sponsored Links Breaking News Staff DAYTON Police in Dayton are looking for a bicycle rider who broke into a home near the University of Dayton campus and stole two guns. The 28-year-old victim said he awoke around 4 a.m. Saturday and saw an unknown male standing in the doorway of his upstairs bedroom on Alberta Street, according to the Dayton police report. The victim said the figure was reaching for two loaded firearms a Mossberg AR-15 with a red dot sight and a High Standard pistol-grip shotgun, according to the report. The victim said when he realized what was happening he grabbed a nearby handgun and followed the burglar, who he said pedaled away on a bicycle toward Park Drive, according to the report. Police said UD police assisted in searching the area for the possible suspect, but the search was unsuccessful. The burglar was described as a white male, approximately 61 and 200 pounds. He was reportedly wearing a gray or white shirt, camouflage cargo shorts and a red backpack, according to the report. Sign up for our WHIO-TV Daily Headlines Newsletter Sign Up
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College to offer natural gas industry training program – Campus Life – Okanagan
The College has joined six other B.C. post-secondary institutions to offer the energy literacy and certifications needed to help fill the projected demand for skilled and semi-skilled workers in the LNG sector, said Dr. Dennis Silvestrone, Director of Continuing Studies and Corporate Development at the College. The province is currently estimating thousands of new positions will be created in direct and indirect jobs related to operating LNG plants, said Silvestrone. The WiNG program is a great opportunity for Okanagan College to build labour market skills and assist students interested in finding employment in an industry poised to have a positive impact on the provincial economy. WiNG program students will acquire nine industry certificates during the four weeks, including Occupational First Aid (OFA) Level 1, OFA Transportation Endorsement, H2S Alive, Petroleum Safety Training, General Safety Information, WHMIS, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Fall Protection and Confined Space. Natural gas industry specific training covers operating in natural gas, technology and communications, and career planning. Sessions on resume writing and interview skills are included. The program runs Feb. 2 27. Classes are scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Funding for WiNG is provided by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Job Fund.
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