A South Florida detention deputy is facing grand theft charges.The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office arrested 36-year-old Jasmyn Parke Acevedo last Saturday.She is a detention deputy with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Parke is accused of taking paychecks from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and the PBSO at the same time.Investigators say Acevedo, who made more than $53,000 as a detention deputy, went on sick leave from MCSO in January, but ended up taking a job with PBSO a few weeks later.The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office says she collected $1,950 from PBSO while on sick leave from her detention job in Monroe County.The sheriff’s office argues that she did not notify MCSO that she was looking for a job with another agency.Additionally, MCSO says Acevedo then filed for worker’s compensation from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, claiming she was too sick to work.Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsey placed Acevedo on unpaid administrative leave pending the internal affairs and criminal investigations.He subsequently notified Acevedo that he plans to terminate her employment.She will return to Monroe County to face charges.
Share LiveScore adds new leagues to streaming offering August 12, 2020 The Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) has issued a €7m (£6.1m) fine to Sky Italia after the pay-television broadcaster was found to have violated the country’s Consumer Code on more than one occasion. AGCM ruled that Sky Italia had failed to market its broadcasting rights to Serie A, the top Italian division of football, on two occasion by suggesting that its Sky Calcio package continued to showcase all of the division’s games like it had done in the three seasons prior.In its ruling, AGCM added: “The Authority has also ascertained that Sky has implemented an aggressive practice as it exercised undue influence on customers subscribed to the Sky Calcio package, which, in the face of a significant redefinition of its contents (reduction of 30 per cent of Serie A and cancellation of the whole Serie B tournament) have not been placed in a position to freely take a decision on the maintenance or otherwise of the package.”In July 2018, Sky Italia had joined forces with digital sports content and media group Perform to acquire the domestic broadcasting rights to the Serie A. The package has been valued at a total of €973.3m per season across the 2018-19 to 2020-21 campaigns.As part of the acquisition, Sky acquired two broadcasting packages: package 5 and package 6. Package 5 included the exclusive rights to three matches per weekend for a total of 114 per season. Meanwhile package 6 meant that customers could watch four matches per weekend, or 152 per season. Perform, on the other hand, acquired package 7, which consisted of three matches per day, or 114 per season. These matches have been offered by Perform via its OTT platform, DAZN, which also landed the rights to Serie B in July. Marek Suchar: “As esports betting grows, we will no longer speak about it as one sport” June 18, 2020 LiveScore celebrates streaming service launch with Serie A partnership June 17, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Share