Times. “Absolutely! Just one more time. Just one more time, please, God. Inspect the zipper of the purse. On a poor Coach knockoff, you can simply tell the difference by a looking at the zipper. A Coach purse will use a zipper with the engraving ‘YKK.’ Look for the engraving.
Each has completed a training program of 200 plus hours in order to serve, the chief said.Mawer, who started his career as a reservist himself in Hastings in 1989, said his agency does not take financial donations from reserve officers or any individuals.”The Frankenmuth Police Department does not accept donations from individuals or any reserve officer,” Mawer said. “The department has in the past accepted donations from community groups such as Rotary, Jaycees, Country Street Machines, and Frankenmuth Foundation.”Mawer said those donations are usually for specific projects that need funding, such as medical first responder equipment and bullet resistant vests for reservists.Frankenmuth reservists represent the department, he said.”We want to hire people based on their merit and skill set,” Mawer said. “Whether they have money or don is not a concern.”In Oakley, some wealthy Michigan residents have sought to join the reserve force, in part due to their ties with Oakley Police Chief Robert Reznick and his associates.
A FEDERAL Bureau of Investigation (FBI) trained criminal profiler has given a chilling insight into the unsolved murder of Melbourne mother and fashion identity Karen Ristevski.Kris Illingsworth, a former Detective Sergeant in the NSW Police Force who has worked on some of the state most notorious cases, including the murders on Sydney north shore and Ivan Milat backpacker killing spree, now works as an independent criminal behavioural analyst and investigator.Ms Illingsworth is one of only a handful of Australians to have worked at the FBI fabled Behaviour Analysis Units (made famous by cult movie The Silence of the Lambs and TV crime shows like Criminal Minds) at the bureau Quantico academy.Investigators with Victoria Police have remained tight lipped on the case, which is getting colder by the day, and have yet to reveal the results of the post mortem examination on Ms Ristevski body, including the cause of death.Ms Illingsworth is not affiliated with the police investigation but has used her considerable experience and training to find clues in what little information has worked its way into the public domain.Ms Ristevski was last seen by her husband at their Avondale Heights home on the morning of June 29, 2016.He has told police she left the $1.1m Oakley Rd property at about 10am clear her head after the pair had a disagreement about a financial matter.Despite extensive searches carried out by police and volunteers along the route of tracked from the couple respective mobile phones on the day of Ms Ristevski disappearance, her body was not found for almost eight months.Data recovered by police tracked the devices travelling north along the Calder Highway, with pings bouncing off towers near Gisborne and Diggers Rest.Map of Borce and Karen Ristevski’s mobile phone pings detected on the day she was last seen. Graphic: SuppliedSource:SuppliedMap showing location of the Ristevskis’ Avondale Heights home, phone towers the couple’s mobile’s pinged off and the gravesite at Mount Macedon. Graphic: SuppliedSource:SuppliedSIGNIFICANCE OF THE FINAL RESTING PLACEA hiker stumbled across Ms Ristevski badly decomposed remains nestled between two fallen logs in bushland off Loch Rd at Mount Macedon in Macedon Regional Park on February 20.The shallow grave was more than 60km from where she was last seen at the family home and dozens of metres off the nearest trail, Loch Rd.is due to the physical exertion required to carry or drag a body.