Teacher shot in parent’s driveway on Mother’s Day months after leaked police report involving teenager

first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(PITTSBURGH) — Rachael DelTondo, a young teacher from the Pittsburgh area, was shot dead in her parent’s driveway after returning from an ice cream shop late on Mother’s Day.DelTondo, 32, died from the multiple gunshot wounds she sustained in the quiet neighborhood of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, according to police.Suspicion surrounds the death of the young teacher as she was recently the victim of leaked confidential information from the Aliquippa Police Department involving her and a 17-year-old. But it’s not yet clear, what, if any, this turn of events has to do with her murder.“We were saddened to learn of the tragic death of Rachel DelTondo, apparently the result of a violent incident in the City of Aliquippa,” the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, who suspended DelTondo after the police report was leaked, said in a statement. “We express our sympathy to her family and coworkers and will support them in any way possible in the weeks and months ahead as they mourn her passing.”Her former employer also confirmed that the 17-year-old in the leaked police report was not a student at the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School.The Beaver County District Attorney’s office is working with all state and local officials to investigate DelTondo’s homicide and find the person who committed this crime, District Attorney David Lozier said in a press conference on Tuesday.The Aliquippa Police Department has yet to respond to ABC News request for comment on the leaked police report and have not commented on the murder investigation.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Teacher shot in parent’s driveway on Mother’s Day months after leaked police report involving teenagerlast_img read more

Comment on Every great recruiter has this ONE thing. Do you? by Greg Savage

first_imgComment on Every great recruiter has this ONE thing. Do you? by Greg SavageShared from Greg Savage on 17 Apr 2016 in Personnel Today I am not a particularly bright person Matt, but I also dont think I am totally stupid either. So writing this story on a blog read by over a million people a year suggests I am very comfortable that nothing here would harm the relationship. And why would it? We are totally confident in our markups, the client problem was solved by excellent work in quick time, and these are our standard margins for all our work. So nothing to defend. Indeed, that why I was cool to share the gritty details.Read full article Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.last_img read more

After slow start, Dodgers are in familiar place – with familiar expectations

first_img Dodgers’ Dave Roberts says baseball’s unwritten rules ‘have changed, should change’ “People are going to love you when you’re hot and they’re going to hate you when you’re not.”There is much to like about the Dodgers at this point. Since dropping 10 games under .500, they have the best record in the National League (37-17), second only to the Boston Red Sox in MLB. They lead the NL in home runs (after hitting a franchise record 55 in June) and staff ERA. All this with Turner compromised by his March wrist injury, Clayton Kershaw absent due to injury once again and Corey Seager floating through the home clubhouse like a ghost.The addition of Machado turbo-charges the lineup, guarding against second-half stutters by unexpected offensive leaders Matt Kemp and Max Muncy, at a time when the starting rotation is as healthy as it has been since the start of the season.It makes a sixth consecutive NL West title seem inevitable – and sets the Dodgers up for criticism of a different kind if they fall short of a return to the World Series.“We’re confident, but you can’t take it as an inevitability. We still have to play good baseball,” Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi said. “We feel good about our trajectory since the slow start. There’s still a lot of work left to do.” Dodgers bench slumping Cody Bellinger for a day Whicker: Dustin May yet another example of the Dodgers’ eye for pitching Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.“We took all that criticism, not just me,” said Jensen, the most open individual in the Dodgers’ clubhouse on most topics – including the six-week sinkhole the Dodgers stepped into at the start of their season as the defending National League champions.“Everybody knows how they were saying how terrible this Dodgers team was this year. Just gotta use that as a motivation. I think the whole team did.”Who? Who said the Dodgers were a “terrible” team this year? Athletes have been manufacturing motivation by citing the disrespect of others since an ancient Greek Olympian thought he heard someone in the chorus mumble something about his chances.“MLB Network. I heard that one time,” Jansen said. “I’m not going to lie. I’m not going to mention names. I forgot who it was. But one time I was watching MLB Network and I was, ‘Oh, OK.’“I think it might be from High Heat (with Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo). I’m not sure. Someone said the team was a horrible team this year. It’s not the team of last year. I used that as motivation and I think our team used that as motivation. Even though you don’t pay attention to that, when you hear something like that it kind of gets your attention.”If you’re expecting reasoned takes from someone named “Mad Dog,” you’re probably looking in the wrong place. The Dodgers knew they were playing bad when they dipped to 16-26 in mid-May – but that didn’t mean they felt they were a bad team.“We told everybody we were going to be all right and now we’re right where we need to be,” Cody Bellinger said as the Dodgers reached the All-Star break in first place for the fourth time in the past five years.Related Articles Justin Turner stood in the visitors’ clubhouse at Petco Park last week and unleashed the skeptic within.“I think that stuff is all noise,” the Dodgers third baseman said when asked about the rumor mill that was spitting out daily updates on the sweepstakes to land Manny Machado with the Dodgers always mentioned prominently. “Right now, we care about the 25 guys in here and that’s all we’re worried about.“Until someone else walks through the door, I don’t believe anything I read. It’s called trade ‘rumors’ for a reason because they’re rumors. There’s several times that’s all it’s been. It never amounted to anything, especially with our guys in the front office who hold their cards close to their chest and don’t leak out what direction we’re going. It leads me even more so to believe everything is a rumor until someone comes walking through that door.”A week later, Turner’s wife, Kourtney, posted a video on social media showing Turner and teammate Alex Wood lounging on a boat somewhere, glued to their phones then high-fiving as they got the news that “We got Manny.”center_img Machado will walk through that door when the Dodgers open the second half in Milwaukee on Friday.It is a long way from the depths of mid-May when the Dodgers were 10 games under .500 and, according to All-Star closer Kenley Jansen, being written off by many. Dodgers’ Justin Turner looking rejuvenated on defense Dodgers’ hot-hitting Corey Seager leaves game with back injury Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more