Motor bike – CJS Engraving http://cjs-engraving.com/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 08:54:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cjs-engraving.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-42-150x150.png Motor bike – CJS Engraving http://cjs-engraving.com/ 32 32 Silence unveils a new high-end electric moped, the S01+ https://cjs-engraving.com/silence-unveils-a-new-high-end-electric-moped-the-s01/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 08:45:28 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/silence-unveils-a-new-high-end-electric-moped-the-s01/ Listen to this article Reading time: 2 minutes The manufacturer of e-Moped Silence has unveiled a new high-end model, the S01+. Based on the existing S01 Connected, the new model has performance equivalent to a 125cc motorcycle with 5.6 and 7.5 kW engines. It can hit 30 mph in 3.9 seconds before hitting a limited […]]]>

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The manufacturer of e-Moped Silence has unveiled a new high-end model, the S01+.

Based on the existing S01 Connected, the new model has performance equivalent to a 125cc motorcycle with 5.6 and 7.5 kW engines. It can hit 30 mph in 3.9 seconds before hitting a limited top speed of 62 mph.

The S01+ also features adjustable suspension, ventilated disc brakes, sport mode and a “push-to-pass” feature that allows the top speed to be temporarily increased to 68 mph.

Connectivity is provided through the Silence app which allows control of important settings such as charging status check, remote lock/unlock activation and route planning via built-in Google Maps.

“Silence is a stylish and practical alternative to combustion bikes, whether you are a private individual or a professional user,” says Tony Lewis, co-founder of Silence UK.

“Now with S01+, we’re adding an extra sporty style, for those who want their Silence to stand out from the crowd. Production of the S01+ is available in limited numbers, so it’s really first come, first served!”

The S01+ is the sixth model in Silence’s electric range, which includes a range of personal and professional two-wheelers. All models are equipped with Silence’s “click and go” removable and portable lithium-ion batteries. The cells can be charged via any 240V outlet and, according to Silence, can reduce running costs by 80% compared to ICE-powered scooters.

The mopeds also come with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty, three-year battery warranty, and two-year AA roadside assistance coverage.

Prices start from £6,795 in the UK, although the company has not said when buyers will receive their vehicles.

The company was founded in Barcelona in 2012 and has since grown into a team of 165 people that can produce almost 10,000 scooters a year. It is also the only manufacturer of electric two-wheelers in Spain and also designs and manufactures its own batteries and battery management system.

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WWII bike maker Norton will build electric motorcycles in Britain https://cjs-engraving.com/wwii-bike-maker-norton-will-build-electric-motorcycles-in-britain/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/wwii-bike-maker-norton-will-build-electric-motorcycles-in-britain/ He said Britain was likely to be a key market for sales and said Norton hoped to attract younger customers with its new electric model. “Cities are completely packed with vehicles and there is a lot of traffic,” he said. “The volume of two-wheelers sold in the future will increase and I also think we […]]]>

He said Britain was likely to be a key market for sales and said Norton hoped to attract younger customers with its new electric model.

“Cities are completely packed with vehicles and there is a lot of traffic,” he said. “The volume of two-wheelers sold in the future will increase and I also think we will gain younger customers for the Norton brand.”

Norton began life as a manufacturer of bicycle parts in Birmingham in 1898. It soon moved into the manufacture of motorcycles and by the 1930s was a supplier to the British Army during World War II. alongside another iconic British brand, Triumph.

He was known for his racing bikes in the post-war years, with a close association with the Isle of Man TT racing. Famous past owners included Steve McQueen, although it was a Triumph he rode in the movie The Great Escape.

Norton typically builds chunky, chromed motorcycles and the Norton Interpol was used as a police cruiser in the 1980s.

The company has fallen on hard times in recent years and had to be rescued by Indian company TVS Motor in 2020 after it fell into administration. TVS has agreed to invest £100m and is building a new factory in Solihull. The change in ownership raised fears that Norton might not remain British, possibly reflecting the fate of Royal Enfield, whose center of gravity shifted to India in the 1970s as demand in the UK swelled. is dried up.

The company’s takeover has not been smooth and Mr Hentschel said he inherited “security issues” from the company’s previous incarnation.

“It was a period of at least three to six months where I was pretty busy dealing with legacy issues,” he said.

The electrification of motorcycles is difficult because of the weight of the batteries which has an effect on the balance. The company will integrate the design of the packs into the frame of the bike to overcome this, Mr. Hentschel said.

He urged the government to cut red tape around more powerful e-bikes to help businesses like his. Bikes that travel over 25 km/h currently require a motorcycle license.

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Guest Sneaks Banned Item On Universal Thrill Ride, Disregards Rules https://cjs-engraving.com/guest-sneaks-banned-item-on-universal-thrill-ride-disregards-rules/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 20:40:11 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/guest-sneaks-banned-item-on-universal-thrill-ride-disregards-rules/ Credit: Universal Orlando Universal Studios Orlando is home to many amazing rides and attractions, the most notable being the new VelociCoaster as well as Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, both of which are jaw-dropping in terms of presentation and riding experience. However, that experience is canceled by unruly guests ruining the ride for everyone, and […]]]>

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Universal Studios Orlando is home to many amazing rides and attractions, the most notable being the new VelociCoaster as well as Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, both of which are jaw-dropping in terms of presentation and riding experience.

However, that experience is canceled by unruly guests ruining the ride for everyone, and in a somewhat viral video shared recently on social media, that might have been the case.

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See the video below shared by MagicbandManiac (@MagicbandManiac):

Please don’t do this. There are reasons they don’t want food or drink at attractions.

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As you can see, the guest slipped a cup of water on Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, one of Universal Studios Orlando’s most exciting rides. It was for something they called the “Don’t Spill Water Challenge.” Of course, this caused outrage among theme park fans, and rightly so.

Universal Studios has a strict set of rules that guests must follow both on and off the rides in order to protect not only themselves but also other guests and employees. This behavior is not tolerated by Universal.

More information on Universal Studios rules and regulations here.

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Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure is a stunning new attraction at Universal Studios Orlando Resort. Set specifically in Universal’s Islands of Adventure, this jaw-dropping experience is sure to appeal to those who may not know anything about the Harry Potter franchise.

More information about the attraction below:

Join Hagrid and fly into the Forbidden Forest.

Now is the time to join Hagrid™ as you soar deep into the wilderness of the Forbidden Forest, beyond the grounds of Hogwarts™ castle, on a thrilling roller coaster ride that dives into the paths of some of the rarest magical creatures in the wizarding world. Experience Universal’s most themed immersive roller coaster, only at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

Have you ever seen anything like this at Universal?

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Despite setbacks, dreams have come true: Family helps man fulfill his wish to open a skate shop after brain injury https://cjs-engraving.com/despite-setbacks-dreams-have-come-true-family-helps-man-fulfill-his-wish-to-open-a-skate-shop-after-brain-injury/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 23:15:00 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/despite-setbacks-dreams-have-come-true-family-helps-man-fulfill-his-wish-to-open-a-skate-shop-after-brain-injury/ By Carrina Stanton / For the Chronicle Hearing Braden Allee say it, the first time he stepped on a longboard, he knew it was the sport for him. A few years later, a devastating longboarding accident nearly cost him his life. Still, her mom, Bonnie Allee, recalled her first two goals for her physical therapist: […]]]>

By Carrina Stanton / For the Chronicle

Hearing Braden Allee say it, the first time he stepped on a longboard, he knew it was the sport for him.

A few years later, a devastating longboarding accident nearly cost him his life. Still, her mom, Bonnie Allee, recalled her first two goals for her physical therapist: raising her right arm and getting back on her plank.

“I thought I wasn’t even going to be able to board again, that was my main priority,” Braden said.

Three years after that life-changing accident, 22-year-old Braden is still living his passion for the sport by opening, with the help of his family, the Kraken Board Shop and concession stand at the Rob Fuller Twin City Skate Park in Centralia. Located at Centralia’s Rotary Riverside Park, the location of the skate shop has been vacant since it was built around 2005 or 2006. Local skaters say the new shop and the Allee family’s work at the skate park are welcome.

“It’s all for children and for adults. It’s fun for all ages,” skate park regular Ray Arellanes said of the value of the local skate park. “And it’s phenomenal to have a local skate shop because the nearest skate shop is up north – Olympia, Seattle, Tacoma.”

Kraken Board Shop was started as an online store by Braden in 2018 after getting involved in the sport and the longboard community. But in May 2019, just a month before Braden graduated from high school, he was injured in a longboard accident on Centralia Alpha Road near the Allee house. He went out that morning to make a “hill bomb,” one of many longboarding techniques that involves going downhill really fast. Braden’s brother Bryce, now 20, was following Braden in his car, a downhill protocol (also sometimes called DH) that longboarders use both for safety, to time their speed and sometimes to film their descent . In this case, the family is grateful the brothers didn’t film because the speed caused Braden to wobble and he fell off the board.

“They said it was like a motorcycle accident because he was going so fast,” Bonnie recalled.

Bryce was able to call for help immediately and Braden was first taken to Providence Centralia Hospital where he was later flown by helicopter to Providence St. Peter in Olympia. Bonnie explained that he wasn’t sent to a bigger trauma hospital in Seattle because his doctors thought he might not survive a longer flight.

“It went really quickly from thinking he might have broken ribs and maybe a concussion to, ‘Oh my God, that’s really bad,'” Bonnie recalled.

Braden underwent three-hour brain surgery, after which he had only a 10% chance of waking up. He spent 13 days in a coma, then a month in total at St. Peter’s, and then several more weeks at Seattle Children’s Hospital in Seattle. Later, he underwent another surgery and two more months in hospital. While Braden steadily improved, his doctors often warned the family that there was so much uncertainty about his recovery.

“With brain damage, you take it minute by minute, breath by breath,” Bonnie said.

Braden wore a helmet, which he always insisted on, but it was meant for skydiving rather than downhill longboarding. Still, the family credits the helmet with Braden’s survival, and they have worked in the years since the accident to raise awareness of the importance of helmets. Bonnie also pointed out that Bryce’s presence during the accident and his quick thinking was another miracle that day as well.

“It saved his life, Bryce and the helmet,” Bonnie said.

Braden will still live with brain damage and suffer lasting physical effects from the accident, including diminished motor function on his right side. After his injury, his father, James Allee, took over running Kraken Board Shop with the goal of keeping the business going to provide employment and long-term income for Braden. Neither Bonnie nor James had skateboarding experience before their sons got involved in the sport, but they said they were both invested in supporting them both in any passion.

Earlier this year, James and Braden started looking for a physical location for the business when Arellanes suggested they check out the skate shop location at Rob Fuller Twin City Skate Park. The skate park was run by the Twin Cities Rotary and the City of Centralia and officially opened to the public in 2004. The two-story building across from the skate park was to house the nonprofit Skate Key, which aimed to offer a skate shop, lounge and changing rooms for skaters, but it was never able to open.

In April, the Allees signed a $100-per-month lease with the City of Centralia, which owns the park and facilities, to house a concession stand in the lower section and the Kraken Skate Shop on the top floor. Both have been unofficially open on weekends for about a month, but have their official grand opening this Saturday, June 18 at noon. After this date, the shop and the concession stand will be open from Wednesday to Sunday.

The lease agreement also requires Les Allées to perform general maintenance of the skate park property. On a recent Saturday, Braden picked up litter in the park while James added a fresh coat of paint to some of the skate ramps. One of Braden’s long-term goals for the company is to eventually raise funds and labor to replace the current ramps, which are made from wooden frames covered in a plastic material called Skatelite, by concrete ramps better adapted and safer for skaters.

“My main goal for the store is to have it here so that we have a place for the longboarder and skateboarder community,” Braden said.

Another goal for Braden is to get back on his board. It is also a work in progress with his physiotherapist. Using a tool called Braapstik, a land paddle designed to mimic those used by stand-up paddleboarders, Braden can now ride his longboard again, but no longer on the big hills. Braden is now participating in another longboard technique called long distance thrust. His new passion for longboarding focuses more on getting from point A to point B rather than breakneck speeds.

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PA to organize motorcycle rally against drug addiction in Jammu: Abhay Bakaya https://cjs-engraving.com/pa-to-organize-motorcycle-rally-against-drug-addiction-in-jammu-abhay-bakaya/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 19:38:11 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/pa-to-organize-motorcycle-rally-against-drug-addiction-in-jammu-abhay-bakaya/ PA to organize motorcycle rally against drug addiction in Jammu: Abhay Bakaya posted on June 12, 2022 | Author RK News Jammu, June 11: The youth wing of the Apni party decided on Saturday to form committees at the ward and block levels to strengthen itself at the grassroots level. The decision […]]]>


PA to organize motorcycle rally against drug addiction in Jammu: Abhay Bakaya


posted on June 12, 2022 | Author RK News



Jammu, June 11: The youth wing of the Apni party decided on Saturday to form committees at the ward and block levels to strengthen itself at the grassroots level.

The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by Secretary General of State Youth Wing Abhay Bakaya.

State Youth Wing Coordinator Sunny Kant Chib, Provincial President Vipul Bali, Provincial Secretary ShivamChoudhary and others also attended the meeting, according to a party statement.

During the meeting, it was decided to strengthen the grassroots youth wing and also to do an anti-drug bike rally on June 16, 2022 following a threadbare discussion.

Speaking on the occasion, Abhay Bakaya said the threat of drug addiction has led to multiple criminal activities and the situation has become difficult for the police to handle.

He said public coordination is important with the police to address the drug addiction challenge.

Meanwhile, the state coordinator, youth wing, Sunny Kant Chib also focused on controlling drug addiction which has spread in Jammu and its outlying areas with the involvement of criminals . He said the police were also unable to deal with the threat.

The provincial president of the youth wing, Vipul Bali also spoke on this occasion. Bali said now is the time when people should come forward, especially young people, to counter the spread of drug addiction.

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Giant launches Momentum e-bike sub-brand in the UK https://cjs-engraving.com/giant-launches-momentum-e-bike-sub-brand-in-the-uk/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/giant-launches-momentum-e-bike-sub-brand-in-the-uk/ The growing popularity of e-bikes has spawned a slew of affordable, utility-oriented e-bikes. Moving away from the strictly sporting and recreational aspect of cycling, these new electric bikes present themselves as viable alternatives to personal mobility, allowing users to go further, faster and in complete safety. While many startups only gear up for this purpose, […]]]>

The growing popularity of e-bikes has spawned a slew of affordable, utility-oriented e-bikes. Moving away from the strictly sporting and recreational aspect of cycling, these new electric bikes present themselves as viable alternatives to personal mobility, allowing users to go further, faster and in complete safety.

While many startups only gear up for this purpose, established cycling brands have the resources to create spin-off brands to meet this need. We saw it with Specialized, when it relaunched its Globe brand to meet the rapidly growing e-bike market. The same can be said of Giant, another leader in the global cycling industry.

Giant has launched its latest creation, a new bike brand focusing solely on e-bikes, for the UK market. Momentum, a Giant Group company, is an e-bike specialist that wants to promote life on two wheels to the general public by selling four different types of e-bikes. The Momentum line of e-bikes comes primarily as city-focused commuter bikes, with a step-over or step-over frame design, clean lines, and a mid-drive electric motor.

This new brand of electric bikes will be offered in stores and online (transactions and collection of bikes in collaboration with a local merchant) via the Momentum site. Momentum’s Transcend and Vida models cost £2,899 (about US$3,623). Momentum bikes don’t come cheap, but they make up for that with technology that produces some very stunning specs. Momentum machines are designed to showcase all the benefits of e-bikes, with a range of 170 kilometers (106 miles) and super-fast charging, with a 0-80% charge in just two hours.

Giant launches Momentum e-bike sub-brand in the UK

The bikes are also designed for everyday use, with easy disassembly, upright riding positions and 60Nm of climbing torque. that there is more to life than screen time and traffic jams. Whether you ride alone or with friends, we encourage you to take time to enjoy the freedom, fresh air, and feel-good vibes on a Momentum e-bike.

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RI House passes bill to regulate e-bikes and allow them on bike lanes https://cjs-engraving.com/ri-house-passes-bill-to-regulate-e-bikes-and-allow-them-on-bike-lanes/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 22:57:56 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/ri-house-passes-bill-to-regulate-e-bikes-and-allow-them-on-bike-lanes/ Kislak said the legislation “safely encourages the use of a healthy, carbon-free mode of transportation that many other Rhode Islanders will adopt over time. As we work toward our carbon reduction goals , e-bikes will help expand opportunities for some people to replace some car journeys with bicycles. Get the Rhode Map A weekday briefing […]]]>

Kislak said the legislation “safely encourages the use of a healthy, carbon-free mode of transportation that many other Rhode Islanders will adopt over time. As we work toward our carbon reduction goals , e-bikes will help expand opportunities for some people to replace some car journeys with bicycles.

But House Minority Whip Michael W. Chippendale, a Foster Republican, voted against the bill, questioning why e-bikes don’t have the same registration, insurance and safety inspection requirements as e-bikes. motorcycles.

“A bike that weighs around 70 pounds – some more, some less – traveling up to 28 mph can induce 500 pounds of force on impact, and that’s more than enough to blow a human skull off,” did he declare. “So if a little old lady crossing the street gets caught by someone on an e-bike and is killed, no one will be able to tell them what the license plate was” or “get them to cover the damage.”

Kislak argued that e-bikes are more comparable to traditional pedal bikes than to motorcycles.

In a recent tweet, she said she was riding her traditional bike on the East Bay Bike Path and had seen at least four e-bikes that were “entirely indistinguishable” from her bike – except for the “hum silent from their engines” and the fact that two older men “were not out of breath at all after climbing the hill”.

Rhode Island Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti Jr. wrote to the House Corporations Committee raising concerns about Kislak’s bill.

“Having e-bikes sharing the same ‘rules of the road’ as bikes and pedestrians is dangerous for everyone and could be nearly impossible to design housing for pedestrians, bikes and e-bikes together,” Alviti wrote. “Additionally, allowing e-bikes to enjoy the same pavements etc. and in the same way as bicycles would mean that e-bikes would be allowed on our many cycle paths.”

The state now bans e-bikes on its bike paths because “they create a hazard for pedestrians and cyclists,” Alviti said.

When the bill was presented to the House Corporations Committee in March, Kislak noted that e-bikes are not allowed on state bike paths at this time, but she said the ban is not enforced and “we should have laws that reflect reality”.

“E-bikes are really important. They are here to stay,” Kislak told the committee. “They help us to have access to different modes of transport, which will help us to move forward and to move around other than by car.”

She said a friend of hers had multiple sclerosis, but they were able to go on a bike ride together because her friend rented an electric bike. She said it highlights how e-bikes can help people with different abilities and physical challenges.

For example, e-bikes can help people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to pedal up College Hill in Providence, Kislak said. “We have a very hilly town, and the e-bikes provide the assistance we need to make it easier to get around our state, with all of our beautiful hills.”

The PeopleForBikes Coalition, a national advocacy group, urged the House Corporations Committee to pass Kislak’s bill.

“E-bikes are loved by people from all walks of life, and they’re being widely adopted by Americans of all age groups,” wrote coalition policy adviser Alex Logemann.

Until recently, e-bike regulation had been done “in a piecemeal and uncoordinated way,” Logemann said. But six years ago, American bike makers developed the three-class system for e-bikes, and that’s reflected in Kislak’s bill, he said. He said 36 other states, including Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, have adopted this three-class system:

  • Class 1: Pedal Assist Electric Bicycle — Rider must pedal for motor to engage, has a maximum speed of 20 miles per hour.
  • Class 2: Throttle Assist E-Bike — Motor can provide power regardless of whether the rider is pedaling or not, has a top speed of 20 miles per hour.
  • Class 3: Pedal-assist electric bicycle with a maximum speed of 28 miles per hour.

The legislation would also require new e-bikes to carry a permanent label from the manufacturer showing their class, maximum speeds and other motor information. Faster Class 3 e-bikes should have speedometers.

The bill would require helmets for any rider 15 or younger on any type of e-bike, and for all Class 3 e-bike riders. It would prohibit anyone under 16 from riding a Class 3 e-bike, except as a passenger.

To maintain uniformity across the state, the bill prohibits cities and towns from imposing additional limits on e-bikes except by regulating speed limits.

Kislak said there is no companion bill in the Senate, but broader legislation introduced by Sen. Dawn Euer, a Democrat from Newport, contains a provision on e-bikes.


Edward Fitzpatrick can be contacted at edward.fitzpatrick@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @FitzProv.

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Rimersburg man accused of stealing dirt bike from minor, threatening to shoot him in court tomorrow :: exploreClarion.com https://cjs-engraving.com/rimersburg-man-accused-of-stealing-dirt-bike-from-minor-threatening-to-shoot-him-in-court-tomorrow-exploreclarion-com/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 21:34:30 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/rimersburg-man-accused-of-stealing-dirt-bike-from-minor-threatening-to-shoot-him-in-court-tomorrow-exploreclarion-com/ CLARION CO., Pennsylvania (EYT) –A hearing for a Rimersburg man who allegedly threatened a minor and stole his dirt bike from a Rimersburg convenience store is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. According to court documents, a preliminary hearing for a 27-year-old man Allen Ceffe Griffin III is scheduled for 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June 7, with […]]]>

CLARION CO., Pennsylvania (EYT) –A hearing for a Rimersburg man who allegedly threatened a minor and stole his dirt bike from a Rimersburg convenience store is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon.

According to court documents, a preliminary hearing for a 27-year-old man Allen Ceffe Griffin III is scheduled for 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June 7, with Magistrate District Judge Jeffrey C. Miller on the following charges:

– Robbery – immediately threatens to commit a felony of the first or second degree, felony 1
– Theft by illegal taking of movable property, crime 3

– Receipt of stolen goods, offense 1
– Terrorist threats with intent to terrorize another, offense 1
– Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, misdemeanor 2
– Harassment – ​​Subject to physical contact, summary
– Functions at the stop sign, summary
– Reckless driving, summary

Griffin is currently being held at the Clarion County Jail on $35,000.00 monetary bond.

Case details:

On May 26, at approximately 10:42 a.m., New Bethlehem Borough Police were dispatched to a convenience store along Main Street in Rimersburg, Clarion County, for the theft and theft of a off-road motorcycle of a juvenile victim, according to a criminal complaint.

The complaint states that a blue Yamaha YZ125 dirt bike was taken by a black man, 200 to 250 pounds, wearing black pants and black shorts. The suspect is also said to be wearing a turned-up black hoodie, with a white label on it, a black mask and a blue shirt.

The suspect was later identified as Allen Griffin, according to the complaint.

Police say Griffin took the miner’s dirt bike and said, “I’m going to blow you up, shoot you. Give me the bike. The victim feared for his life and believed the suspect had a gun to his waist. Griffin then allegedly got on the bike and exited the car park, turning left onto Lawsonham Street, the complaint states.

Griffin drove through the stop sign and crossed Main Street at high speed before fleeing down Cherry Run, the complaint notes.

Surveillance video from the convenience store was obtained and shows Griffin circling the building, near the dumpster, and grabbing the miner’s bike. The video also shows Griffin in the store before this incident buying a cigar without a mask, the complaint states.

Store employees told police they knew him because his “mistress” is employed at the convenience store, the complaint says.

The police interviewed and took written statements from the minors and their parents. The miner positively identified the suspect as Allen Griffin, who allegedly lived in an apartment in Rimersburg, the complaint notes.

Police have acquired video from the apartment building which shows the suspect wearing the same clothes in the convenience store robbery video as he leaves his apartment. A New Bethlehem Police Department officer and State Police troopers contacted Griffin outside his apartment and asked if he knew who had taken the bike. Griffin said “no, he didn’t know,” the complaint states.

While speaking with Griffin, police noticed a black hoodie and mask in his apartment, which was taken as evidence. Griffin was taken into custody and returned to the station. Griffin was read his rights and interviewed. He said he didn’t ride the bike, but police tell him the video shows him and the victim can identify him. Griffin again said it wasn’t him, according to the complaint.

Griffin was arraigned at 4:45 p.m. Thursday, May 26, before Judge Miller.

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Stolen motorbike recovered by police as after just six minutes suspects flee https://cjs-engraving.com/stolen-motorbike-recovered-by-police-as-after-just-six-minutes-suspects-flee/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 06:50:42 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/stolen-motorbike-recovered-by-police-as-after-just-six-minutes-suspects-flee/ Stolen bike recovered by police in Southampton. Photo: Southampton Cops/Facebook. A VEHICLE has been located in a Southampton area just six minutes after it was stolen. Officers were called to an area behind the Coxford Community Center on Olive Road just after 7pm last night. It came after reports that a motorbike had been stolen […]]]>

Stolen bike recovered by police in Southampton. Photo: Southampton Cops/Facebook.

A VEHICLE has been located in a Southampton area just six minutes after it was stolen.

Officers were called to an area behind the Coxford Community Center on Olive Road just after 7pm last night.

It came after reports that a motorbike had been stolen in the area.

But just six minutes later, the bike had been recovered.

A suspect was seen with the stolen vehicle, but after being approached by police drove away.

Another suspect, who was driving a white moped, also fled.

READ MORE: Stolen record cutter turned over to police after Totton robbery

Now the force has spoken out after a group of young teenagers alerted the suspects so they had time to get away.

An officer explained in a post on the Southampton Cops Facebook page that police had surrounded the area and reportedly made contact 30 or 40 seconds later.

“Special thanks from us to the group of young teenagers who alerted the bad guys to our approach.

“This could constitute an offense of obstructing a police officer in the performance of his duties. I can knock on this boy’s door to explain the offense and how he committed it. I would very much like to know why he wanted to help the bad guy to escape.

“A large and powerful motorbike has been recovered and returned to its owner. It has some damage but nothing that cannot be repaired.

“Best advice – invest in a tracker for your bike. The owner of this bike said the investment was worth it. Having been reported stolen for six minutes with only minimal damage, I agree”

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Patient taken to hospital after motorbike and car crash at Thornaby home https://cjs-engraving.com/patient-taken-to-hospital-after-motorbike-and-car-crash-at-thornaby-home/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 14:35:50 +0000 https://cjs-engraving.com/patient-taken-to-hospital-after-motorbike-and-car-crash-at-thornaby-home/ A patient has been taken to hospital after a car and motorbike collided in Thornaby and crashed into the side of a house. Westbury Street in Thornaby is closed in both directions due to the crash between Cobden Street and Gilmour Street. Traffic is doing well. Photos taken at the scene show the area is […]]]>

A patient has been taken to hospital after a car and motorbike collided in Thornaby and crashed into the side of a house.

Westbury Street in Thornaby is closed in both directions due to the crash between Cobden Street and Gilmour Street. Traffic is doing well.

Photos taken at the scene show the area is recorded by the Cleveland Fire Department tape. The vehicles appear to have collided with the side wall of the corner house.

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A Cleveland police officer can be seen guarding the scene. The driver’s side of the car is damaged and the motorcycle is lying on the street.

The images show that damage was caused to the outer side wall during the collision.

A NEAS spokesperson said: “We received a call at 1.48pm for a traffic accident on Westbury Street, Thornaby. A team attended and a patient was taken to James Cook University Hospital with a suspicious chest, head, arm and leg injury.”

An AA spokesman said: ‘Road closed due to accident on Westbury Street in both directions from Cobden Street to Gilmour Street. Traffic is doing well.’



Damage to the wall caused during the collision

Emergency services have been contacted for comment.

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