…found with serial hijackerThe Guyana Police Force reportedly has in custody two suspects who allegedly had hijacked the car of Guyana Times columnist Ryhaan Shah; and significantly, the Force has since recovered the hijacked vehicle.Columnist Ryhaan ShahIn a statement, the Police have said they have been making significant progress in recovering stolen vehicles and apprehending and prosecuting several alleged carjackers.Shah was, on November 04, 2017, robbed of her Toyota Allion motorcar by three gunmen as she was about to enter her Irving Street, Queenstown, Georgetown home.The Police on Friday said Shah’s vehicle was found in possession of a male who claimed ownership, and even produced a valid registration for the vehicle. However, investigators had their own suspicions, and impounded the vehicle pending further investigation. Their investigation led them to the alleged mastermind and another suspect who has been implicated in a series of armed robberies during which some of the victims were relieved of their vehicles.The Police note that the two suspects were charged and remanded for those offences, and are now facing additional charges.Shah was able to positively identify her vehicle although its colour was changed, and has since matched the engine and chassis numbers with her registration certificate.RecapShah had told this publication that at about 13:20h on Saturday, November 4, three gun-wielding men pounced upon her just as she had pulled up at her Irving Street, Georgetown residence. While she was opening the gates to her home, the gunmen attacked her and grabbed the keys to her silver grey Toyota Allion motor car, PLL 1127, and immediately drove off in the said vehicle.A neighbour who witnessed the incident quickly reported it via the 911 emergency call system. However, that was to no avail, as ranks had failed to show up at the scene of the crime.It was only after Shah had been taken to the Alberttown Police Station that she had discovered that officers had not been dispatched, as the Police had no vehicles at the time. As such, the much-needed prompt response was delayed, allowing the carjackers to make good their escape.
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SEGGER introduces emPower-USB-Host, a compact low-cost development board. With two USB host ports, many applications using USB peripherals can be realized with little effort.Precompiled applications for barcode and smartcard readers, as well as POS displays, LTE sticks, and USB to LAN adapters are available for download, including complete projects for Embedded Studio with source code of these applications. The applications are using SEGGER’s emUSB-Host software API, which makes accessing the different types of USB devices easy.emPower-USB-Host uses the emLoad bootloader, pre-loaded into the flash of the MCU, to easily change applications in seconds using a USB flash drive. Development of custom applications is also supported. The board has a debug connector, providing full access to the NXP LPC54605J512 MCU with its Cortex-M4 core. Schematics and PCB layout of the board are available under a Creative Commons license. This way, the hardware can be used as a blueprint for custom devices using two USB host ports.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software Continue Reading Previous Tearing down a semi-autonomous motorcar for disabled driversNext Würth: small 1:N transformer, robust and versatile in use