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University of Hawaii Athletic Director Ben Jay Injured in Scuffle at Stan Sheriff Center

The following recap of tonights event’s come from photographer Andrew Lee’s Facebook account (with permission) who was attending the game on his own time:

UH FIGHT RECAP:

Following the Hawaii vs Western Virginia game there was an awards ceremony scheduled since it was the last game of a tournament. Before the ceremony could start there was a huge scuffle behind the WVU bench.

A number of officials and ushers went down to break up the scuffle. Among those attempting to break it up were Rich Sheriff and Ben Jay.

Rich was knocked down but was able to get up on his own with a few cuts. Ben however was unable to get up for a while.

The awards ceremony was immediately canceled and fans were cleared from the arena.

It's not everyday you see campus security, HPD and EMS blocking the Stan Sheriff Center exit area.  Photo Andrew Lee

It’s not everyday you see campus security, HPD and EMS blocking the Stan Sheriff Center exit area. Photo Andrew Lee

HPD as well as campus security were called to the arena along with EMT’s.

EMT’s arrived and began to treat Mr. Jay who appeared to have gotten hit from his back.  Ben was then taken from the court side area to the trainers room for treatment.

EMS Crew has arrived at the SSC. Photo Andrew Lee

EMS Crew has arrived at the SSC. Photo Andrew Lee

Also during the scuffle the wife of one of the WVU Coaches passed out during the scuffle but is now reported to be okay.

I will not be answering any questions about the incident and will not provide anymore updates unless they are 100% confirmed.

Thanks to everyone for their concern and when the time is right I’m sure Ben will have a statement.

Big Island Police Searching for 16-Year-Old Last Seen in Hawaiian Acres Yesterday

11/19/13 UPDATE: Missing Person Annie Chung-Pacheco has been located.

Big Island Police are searching for a 16-year-old female who was last seen in Hawaiian Acres.

Annie Chung-Pacheco

Annie Chung-Pacheco

Annie Chung-Pacheco has long brown hair, brown eyes, is 5’1″ tall and 14o lbs  with unknown clothing. She was last seen Saturday, November 16 in Hawaiian Acres.

Police ask anyone with information on her whereabouts to call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at 935-3311.

Tipsters who prefer to remain anonymous may call Crime Stoppers at 961-8300 in Hilo or 329-8181 in Kona and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. Crime Stoppers is a volunteer program run by ordinary citizens who want to keep their community safe. Crime Stoppers doesn’t record calls or subscribe to caller ID. All Crime Stoppers information is kept confidential.

Workshops for Backyard Egg Farmers Scheduled – Federal and State Regulations Apply for Eggs for Sale

A series of workshops have been scheduled to educate the growing number of Hawaii residents who are raising backyard poultry and selling eggs to friends, family and in some instances, the public.  Many are not aware that if they sell their eggs, they must follow federal and state regulations to ensure good food safety practices. Buyers should also know the regulations so they may purchase eggs that are properly handled.

Egg Workshop

Workshops to educate backyard farmers have been scheduled for Kauai, Molokai, Kona and Hilo in the month of November in a collaborative effort between the Hawaii Departments of Health and Agriculture and the University of Hawaii’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.

Dates, Times & Locations:

The workshop will cover topics such as:

  • Candling and grading of eggs
  • Washing and good handling practices
  • Packaging and labeling
  • Compliance with federal and state laws
  • Resources for the backyard egg farmer

Farmers are encouraged to bring their eggs to the workshop.

For workshop information, contact:  Lynn Nakamura-Tengan on Maui at 808-244-3242 ext. 222 or e-mail:  lynnnaka@hawaii.edu