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  • Birthday 05/17/2002

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    Travis Holmes
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  1. Update: Brake of Be-warned Operation Phoenix The Easter Long Weekend operation ends with over 16 vehicles seized Author: Robert Thorne @Robert Thorne Published: APRIL 23, 2019 11:00PM Image source: Commissioner Mr Lister, A 1 Million Dollar Car Seized as part of the Operation Operation Phoenix, the hard stand against Hoons and Street Racers has been an overall success according to the Commissioner of Police. If you didn't already know, "Operation Phoenix, is [the] LSPD's Easter Long Weekend traffic enforcement response. The objective to this operation is [to] disrupt motor vehicle crime, speeders, hoons, street racers and turn the table on those using motorcycles to avoid police." Operation Phoenix saw the Police take a hard stance against traffic crime in Los Santos. In my personal opinion this will and has only improved Los Santos and it appears that my views mirror that of the Commissioner Mr Lister who stated in comments to Weazel News: "The Operation [Operation Phoenix] was a success and we will continue to crackdown on hoons and street racers." As can be seen with the prior comments made by the Commissioner, it appears that Operation Phoenix will continue in the foreseeable future. The Captain of the LSPD, City Division, Mr Alec Blair lowing in regards to the success of Operation Phoenix: "I believe it's been a great success for the police force this weekend. I've had a few discussion with people of Los Santos with them expressing how safe they are regarding speeding cars, I've seen a huge decrease of speeding as there is now a risk of them loosing there cars." Image source: City Captain Mr Alec Blair, one of the many Vehicles Seized in last weekend's operation Traffic Laws can be found within the Los Santos Legislative Council's Road Safety Act of 2018 which expressively states the following: "You will be charged with speeding offences if no adequate reason may be provided 1. 10-20 kph over speed limit - $300 fine. 2. 20-30 kph over speed limit - $600 fine. 3. 30-40 kph over speed limit - $800 fine. 4. 40-50 kph over speed limit - $1,550 fine, impounding of vehicle, and licence suspension of 4 hours. 5. 50+ kph over speed limit - $2,500 fine, impounding of vehicle, and licence suspension of 6 hours. 6. Double the speed limit - $2,000 fine, 12 minutes imprisonment, seizure of vehicle and licence revoked." It is expressively stated that your vehicle will be seized. As Operation Phoenix Continues, the team at Weazel News must urge all Citizens to follow all road rules otherwise they have no right to complain about the consequences of their actions. You best brake of be-warned! Promotional Contents Los Santos Customs - Tune up your car to outrun the cops Vanilla Unicorn - Let your right hand take a break for once
  2. Dear Mr Wilson, Please contact Unknown Beast #1902 via discord to arrange an interview. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Deputy Director, LSES, 1A-02
  3. Dear Applicant, Due to unsuitability your application is denied at this stage, feel free to reapply in 7 days. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Deputy Director, LSES, 1A-02
  4. Dear Mr Knight, If you still interested in a position, please contact Unknown Beast #1902 via discord to arrange an interview we apologise for the inconvenience. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Deputy Director, LSES, 1A-02
  5. Dear Sal O'Neil, Please contact Unknown Beast #1902 via discord to arrange an interview. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Deputy Director, LSES, 1A-02
  6. Dear Mr Black, Please contact Unknown Beast #1902 via discord to arrange an interview. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Deputy Director, LSES, 1A-02
  7. Brake or Be-warned: Operation Phoenix A strong response to the overwhelming traffic crimes in Los Santos Author: Robert Thorne @Robert Thorne Published: APRIL 19, 2019 7:00PM Image source: Robert Thorne - The Commissioner, Mr Lister and County 11, Mr Tinkle, showing some of the collection of seized vehicles Recently, the Population of Los Santos has increased at a astounding rate, in the last 3 months, immigration has increase by 37%[1] and with this massive increase in population so has crime. In particular traffic crimes, especially speeding has become a major issue. On my morning commute, I often find exotic super cars and sport cars speeding without any regard for the law. So how is the Los Santos Police Department going to handle this situation? Operation Phoenix aptly named after the long-lived bird the cyclically regenerates in Greek mythology by rising from the ashes of its predecessor, often associated with flames. And over the Easter Long weekend, drivers can expect a flame to their back as the Los Santos Police Department will be taking a hard stance against traffic crimes. I asked the Commissioner for a statement and he said the following: "Operation Phoenix, is [the] LSPD's Easter Long Weekend traffic enforcement response. The objective to this operation is [to] disrupt motor vehicle crime, speeders, hoons, street racers and turn the table on those using motorcycles to avoid police." Image source: Robert Thorne - Just some of the many vehicles seized waiting for auction So what those choosing to avoid the Road Rules expect? They should expect serious implications when choosing to speed. Those choosing the go above 2x the speed limit, can expect vehicle seizure, at which would be auctioned of by the Police Department at a later stage. Commissioner Lister stated the following: "We will operate within state law which doesn't require any prior history" So what will the team at Weazel News recommend? We recommend drivers to stay well within the Speed Limit at all times and follow all traffic rules, you best Brake or Be-warned. Citations [1] LSBS. 2019. Los Santos Bureau of Statistics 2018-2019 Population Change. [ONLINE] Available at: https://lsbs.com.ls/report/2018-2019report.pdf. [Accessed 15 April 2019]. Promotional Contents Los Santos Customs - Tune up your car to outrun the cops Vanilla Unicorn - Let your right hand take a break for once
  8. Please redirect this conversation to Vehicle Suggestions. This post is now locked, due to it being out of date.
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  10. You've already been accepted, there's no need for you to apply again. Well it does give me the joy of accepting you again
  11. Dear Mr Urban, Please contact Red Panda Bears#3726 via discord to arrange an interview. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Administrator, LSES, 1A-02
  12. Dear Ms McDonald, Please contact Red Panda Bears#3726 via discord to arrange an interview. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Administrator, LSES, 1A-02
  13. Dear Mr Johnson, Please contact Red Panda Bears#3726 via discord to arrange an interview. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Administrator, LSES, 1A-02
  14. Dear Mr Knight, Please contact Red Panda Bears#3726 via discord to arrange an interview. Kind Regards, Travis Holmes Administrator, LSES, 1A-02
  15. Dear Mr Murphy, I wish for you not to speak ill about my company's employees, whilst Pete may have a history isn't it best for him to have a stable income to turn away from the life of crime? Giving Pete the opportunity to earn money without the need to turn to the life of crime is best for him. Would you just write a person of saying "but had to let him go after his extreme criminal activity." without considering that employment for such a person is best as a stable income should assist in turning the person away from the life of crime. It is quite disappointing to see yourself talking about one of your ex-employees with such disrespect as from what I am aware of, he is one of the sole reasons Rapid Loans lasted as long as it did. As a potential CEO, I would recommend not to talk about one of your employees with such malice and disrespect as it only makes employees doubt your leadership. Kind Regards, Robert Thorne
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