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Dealer.com acquires Burlington’s EpikOne

Dealer.com acquires Burlington’s EpikOne

first_imgDealer.com (www.dealer.com(link is external)), the global leader in online marketing solutions for the automotive industry, today announced that it has acquired selected assets of EpikOne, Inc., a Burlington-based digital consultancy specializing in metrics strategies, media measurement and user experience optimization.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.As a trusted partner in Google’s AdWords, Analytics, Website Optimizer and Search programs, EpikOne developed an unparalleled understanding of the Google product suite and built one of the world’s leading consultancies with this expertise.  Clients ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies have relied on EpikOne to deliver the latest in digital metrics and web analytics and ‘ more importantly ‘ to turn metrics into actionable information for marketers.  EpikOne has worked with leading global brands across a wide range of industries, including Bulgari, Conde Nast, Eurail, GE Healthcare, Harvard, Intuit, Mattel, Morgan Stanley, the National Hockey League, Sony Music and Travelocity.”The acquisition of EpikOne is a case where the sum of the parts will definitely be greater than the whole,” said Rick Gibbs, President and Chief Technology Officer at Dealer.com.  “We have already strategically redeployed EpikOne’s employees throughout Dealer.com ‘ to maximize their immediate impact on the business and expedite product development.  With these new capabilities to support metrics and intelligent dashboards tailored specifically to the automotive space, we believe we’ve leapfrogged many of our competitors who continue to rely on more generic solutions.”Dave Winslow, co-founder of EpikOne and now Intelligence Chief at Dealer.com, added, “We are very pleased to join forces with Dealer.com, the clear leader in automotive digital marketing.  We built EpikOne as generalists working with some of the world’s best-known brands, but now look forward to focusing on the auto industry, where the opportunities and rewards for those who truly excel online remain very substantial.”About Dealer.com ( www.dealer.com(link is external) )Dealer.com is the global leader in online marketing solutions for the automotive industry, providing award winning e-marketing solutions to automotive manufacturers, auto dealers and multi vertical media companies.  The company’s innovative websites and integrated online tools include advertising alternatives that significantly lower the cost of customer acquisition, enhancing dealers’ efficiency and profitability.Recent national and international accolades include: Inc. magazine’s 2010 Top Small Company Workplaces and Inc. 5000, the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, top ranking in The Net Promoter® Score Survey of customer satisfaction, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 and the Web Marketing Association’s Automobile Standard of Excellence. In addition, Dealer.com was the 2009 Top Rated Website Provider on DrivingSales.com, and won the 2010 Dealers’ Choice Diamond Award for Best Website Solution and the 2009 Most Comprehensive Search Marketing Platform Award from the Automotive Search Marketing Association. For more information visit: http://www.dealer.com/promo/look-inside.htm(link is external).BURLINGTON, Vt., Jan. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ —last_img read more

​LGPS asset pools warn on risks of building in-house teams

​LGPS asset pools warn on risks of building in-house teams

first_imgUK local government pension schemes (LGPS) launching asset pools should be “wary” of the risks associated with establishing in-house management capacity, as some have even questioned the need for internal teams.Matthew Trebilcock, investment manager at the Cornwall Pension Fund, warned against the expectation that all of the emerging asset pools should have active management capacity on launch.Speaking at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association’s local authority conference, he noted that the Brunel Pensions Partnership – the £23bn (€44.5bn) pool being launched by 10 LGPS, including Cornwall’s, largely based in the South West of England – only had passive management capacity in-house.He took pains to emphasise government expectations that the creation of the pools should not see a decline in the performance of its constituent funds. “Actually, doing that [maintaining performance] internally in terms of active management from day one from a pool that hasn’t had [active management] experience before will be very, very difficult and would be an inherent risk to that pool,” he said. Other pools supported by funds with active management capability also saw risks associated with establishing in-house teams for the pools.Fiona Miller, head of pensions at Cumbria County Council, said one of the challenges facing the £35bn Border to Coast Pensions Partnership (BCPP) – the pool backed by 13 LGPS, including Cumbria – was to ensure that none of the three funds transferring their internal investment teams to the pool suffered any detriment as a result of the process.Miller said the three funds, including the South Yorkshire Pensions Authority, had “really strong long-term track records” managing assets in-house.But the problem now facing the pool is bringing together the in-house teams into a single location, under the banner of BCPP.“We’ve got to do that, and not to the detriment of the three funds [with internal management],” she said. “That is no mean feat – we’ll be moving a lot of staff, probably 30 staff, into a [Financial Conduct Authority]-regulated entity.“The key priority for the first phase is to retain the performance for those three funds that have currently got internal management.”Miller said the pool was unlikely to see a noticeable increase in internally managed assets in the short term, as the other funds would require a track record before being able to award new mandates to BCPP’s team.But not all speakers believed the asset pools would be best served by building up in-house capacity.The London CIV, supported by 33 of London’s LGPS, signalled that it was unlikely to build an in-house team in the near term, citing the immediate cost reductions it would achieve by negotiating with asset managers. Julian Pendock, investment oversight director at the London pool, said it was “keeping an open mind” about in-house management, adding: “We just have to look very carefully against the start-up costs, fixed overheads and the running costs.”He said that, in light of the “structural change” occurring within the asset management industry, the London CIV had to consider whether it could “credibly hire a team and suddenly compete with some of the best fund managers”.The only other LGPS pool that has been launched, the Local Pensions Partnership – backed by the London Pensions Fund Authority and Lancashire Pension Fund – retained two offices for its already existing in-house management, based in London and Preston.last_img read more

Dallas E. Jones “DJ”

Dallas E. Jones “DJ”

first_imgDallas E. Jones 76, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Monday November 4, 2019 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born June 7, 1943 in Corbin, KY, son of the late Emerson Jones and Mildred (Petrey) Jones.He worked as a truck driver for Consolidated Freight Ways and Yellow Trucking with several years of service.DJ enjoyed golf, working puzzles, motorcycle riding, geocaching and road trips. In years past he loved to fish. DJ was a hard worker and took pride in all he did.He enjoyed time with his family and he will be greatly missed.DJ is survived by his children, Randy Jones of Rising Sun, IN, Bryan (Marcia) Jones of Lawrenceburg, IN, Deanna Jones of Lawrenceburg, IN; grandchildren, Cullen Jones, Seanté Jones, Ashley Jones, Alex Jones, Leah Craft, Carly Utter.He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Anna Gay Cox, and Carol Ward.Services will be held at the convenience of the family.Contributions may be made to the Loving Hearts Hospice or High Point Health Hospice. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

Angels bullpen falters in ninth inning of loss to Twins

Angels bullpen falters in ninth inning of loss to Twins

first_img Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Mike Trout, with bat and glove, helps Angels end losing streak Skaggs had continued the Angels’ strong starting pitching this month. Skaggs gave up two runs in six innings. Angels starters have a 2.14 ERA this month, the best in the league. In 10 games, only one of them has allowed as many as three runs.The offense has also been clicking, especially Upton. His two-run shot in the third inning put the Angels ahead 3-1.Slumping Kole Calhoun even had two hits, his first multi-hit game since April 11. His third-inning single led to a run that put the Angels on the board, just before Upton put them ahead with a two-run homer.Upton had the Angels’ 15th streak of at least four straight games with a homer, which includes Bobby Bonds’ club record five-game streak in 1977. Mike Trout was the last to homer in four straight games, achieving the feat last year.The blast was Upton’s fifth homer in the past six games. He now has 10 homers for the season. Over the past five years, the Angels had averaged 11.4 homers per season out of all their left fielders. Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield center_img PreviousANAHEIM, CA – MAY 11: Fernando Rodney #56 shakes hands with Bobby Wilson #46 of the Minnesota Twins after earning a save in the ninth inning of the game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angel Stadium on May 11, 2018 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton, right, hits a two-run home run with Minnesota Twins catcher Bobby Wilson watching during the third inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)ANAHEIM, CA – MAY 11: Justin Upton #8 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim hits a two run home run in the third inning of the game against the Minnesota Twins at Angel Stadium on May 11, 2018 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton, center, is congratulated by Mike Trout, left, with Minnesota Twins catcher Bobby Wilson, right, and home plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt looking away after hitting a two-run home run during the third inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)ANAHEIM, CA – MAY 11: Justin Upton #8 is greeted in the dugout any Kole Calhoun #56 and manager Mike Scioscia #14 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim after hitting a two run home run in the third inning of the game against the Minnesota Twins at Angel Stadium on May 11, 2018 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Tyler Skaggs throws to the plate against the Minnesota Twins during the first inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Lance Lynn throws to the plate Los Angeles Angels during the first inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Minnesota Twins’ Brian Dozier, right, gets congratulations from third base coach Gene Glynn after hitting a solo home run during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Los Angeles Angels designated hitter Shohei Ohtani, of Japan, hits a ground ball to Minnesota Twins first baseman Joe Mauer for an out during the first inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Los Angeles Angels designated hitter Shohei Ohtani, right, of Japan, hits a single to load the bases with Minnesota Twins catcher Bobby Wilson watching during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)ANAHEIM, CA – MAY 11: Tyler Skaggs #45 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitches in the second inning of the game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angel Stadium on May 11, 2018 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels second baseman Ian Kinsler throws to first to get Minnesota Twins’ Joe Mauer on a ground ball out during the first inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Home plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt, left, checks in on the injury condition of Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Lance Lynn, second from right, with the team trainer, catcher Bobby Wilson and third baseman Eduardo Escobar, right, during Los Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton’s at-bat in the third inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. Lynn stayed in the game for Upton’s two-run home run. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Los Angeles Angels’ Andrelton Simmons, left, draws a walk to score Martin Maldonado, right, during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor, left, asks for the ball from starting pitcher Lance Lynn, right, with catcher Bobby Wilson watching during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons, above, prepares to tag out the Twins’ Brian Dozier on a stolen base attempt during the sixth inning of Friday’s game at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Minnesota Twins’ Eddie Rosario hits a solo home run in front of Los Angeles Angels catcher Martin Maldonado during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Minnesota Twins’ Eddie Rosario, right, gets congratulations from Robbie Grossman after Rosario hits a solo home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)A home run ball hit by the Twins’ Eddie Rosario is beyond the reach of Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun during the ninth inning of Friday’s game at Angel Stadium. The Angels blew a two-run lead in the ninth and lost 5-4. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)ANAHEIM, CA – MAY 11: Eddie Rosario #20 is greeted by Robbie Grossman #36 of the Minnesota Twins as he crosses the plate after a solo home run in the ninth inning of the game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angel Stadium on May 11, 2018 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)Minnesota Twins’ Max Kepler, left, celebrates scoring on Bobby Wilson’s sacrifice fly to take the lead against the Los Angeles Angels during the ninth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Fernando Rodney celebrates on the mound after getting Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout to line out to end the ninth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. The Twins won 5-4. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)ANAHEIM, CA – MAY 11: Fernando Rodney #56 shakes hands with Bobby Wilson #46 of the Minnesota Twins after earning a save in the ninth inning of the game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angel Stadium on May 11, 2018 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton, right, hits a two-run home run with Minnesota Twins catcher Bobby Wilson watching during the third inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)NextShow Caption1 of 22Los Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton, right, hits a two-run home run with Minnesota Twins catcher Bobby Wilson watching during the third inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Friday, May 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)ExpandANAHEIM — Mike Scioscia first gave rookie Justin Anderson a shot at a save, weeks into his big league career.When that didn’t work, he turned to veteran closer Jim Johnson to bail him out.And that didn’t work either.Anderson and Johnson both allowed runs in the ninth inning of the Angels’ 5-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Friday. The Angels took a 4-2 lead into the ninth, built upon Justin Upton’s fourth homer in as many games and the strong pitching of starter Tyler Skaggs and perfect relief from Noé Ramírez in the seventh and Anderson in the eighth.But Scioscia stuck with Anderson, who has three weeks on his big league resume, to pitch the ninth.“He had a real clean eighth,” Scioscia said. “We definitely felt Justin had enough to get through that ninth, but unfortunately it didn’t work.”With two lefties and a switch-hitter due, the obvious choice for the ninth would have been lefty José Álvarez. However, Scioscia said Álvarez was not available, having pitched on Wednesday and Thursday, including 22 pitches over two innings in his most recent game.Johnson and Keynan Middleton, the two right-handers with closing experience, had also thrown 17 and 22 pitches the night before, which no doubt contributed to Scioscia’s desire to give them the night off. Sign up for Home Turf and get 3 exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.The Angels bullpen was worked hard in April, with two of the more effective pitchers – Middleton and Blake Wood – already hitting the disabled list. Johnson said it’s to be expected for Scioscia to err on the side of caution in managing the bullpen workload as much as possible.“If you save a guy a day in May, then he can abuse us in August and September,” Johnson said with a smile. “I was told that by another manager. He’s playing for the long haul.”In the short haul, it didn’t work.Anderson returned to the mound and immediately gave up a homer to Eddie Rosario, his second of the game. After a strikeout, Anderson allowed a double to Logan Morrison.“I felt fine going out there,” Anderson said. “Just didn’t get the job done.”Scioscia then summoned Johnson, who had picked up the save on Thursday night. The Angels intentionally walked pinch-hitter Max Kepler, putting the go-ahead run on base.Scioscia said he liked the matchup with the right-handed hitting Garver and Bobby Wilson against Johnson instead of the left-handed Kepler, whose .864 OPS is evidence that he’s clearly a more dangerous hitter.Also, Johnson is a ground ball specialist, and Scioscia was setting up a potential double play.Johnson, though, hung a breaking ball to Garver, who hit a ground ball just inside the first base line, driving in the tying run and sending Kepler to third. Wilson followed with a fly ball to left, driving in the go-ahead run.After the Angels gave up the lead, they still had a chance against Fernando Rodney in the bottom of the ninth. With a runner at first and two out, Mike Trout blistered a line drive 118 mph right at shortstop Gregorio Petit. It was the hardest any Angel had hit a ball in the four seasons that Statcast has been tracking exit velocity.So ended a night that should have been better for the Angels.Related Articles Clippers, Mavericks brace for the unknown in Game 4 last_img read more

UK Advisor’s recommendations not being implemented

UK Advisor’s recommendations not being implemented

first_img– SOCU overwhelmed with over 300 casesBy Jarryl BryanWith questions raised about the Special Organised Crime Unit’s (SOCU) effectiveness in bringing successful cases against those it is pursuing, British white-collar crime expert Sam Sittlington has revealed that SOCU is inundated with forensic audits. Despite this, however, some of his proposals to lighten the workload are not being implemented.Sittlington made this revelation during a press conference hosted by the British High Commissioner, Gregory Quinn, on Tuesday, officially announcing his return. The Advisor, who had worked with SOCU last year in a similar capacity, lamented that recommendations like hiring in-house legal counsel for SOCU and special prosecutors to assist the Police Legal Advisor (PLA) are languishing in much the same way as some of the cases he left.UK High Commissioner Greg Quinn (left) and white-collar crime expert, Sam Sittlington“I do not make decisions on behalf of SOCU,” Sittlington related. “(But) there’s a number of recommendations I made last year, which although approved, have not yet been implemented. The five special prosecutors that we have also have private practices so they are conflicted between two different areas.”“Ideally, we want one good lawyer in SOCU who can work with the cases … they can finalise a case before it goes to PLA (Police Legal Advisor) or DPP [Director of Public Prosecution] to try to quicken that actual process of getting that case to court,” Sittlington noted.The Advisor also noted that conflict sometimes arises between the PLA, the DPP and the special prosecutors. At the end of it all, Sittlington acknowledged that undue delays were unfair to those being investigated from a human rights perspective.He noted that he could meet with these individuals and institutions, in order to mediate a way forward. Asked point blank whether PLA, Justice Claudette Singh, was being reluctant in pursuing cases, Sittlington expressed disagreement.Sittlington pointed out that with only four forensic audits resulting in court charges, SOCU presently has to deal with 26 forensic audits that could result in over 300 cases. Of these, he said, an estimated $170 billion could be at stake. In addition, Sittlington revealed that SOCU is handling a number of referrals from the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU).RamificationsQuinn, who accompanied Sittlington during the press conference, explained the ramifications for Guyana seeming soft on money laundering cases. According to Quinn, the United Kingdom while providing assistance to the Government could not do everything.“All we can do here is providing guidance, mentoring to a fundamental part of Guyana’s ability to be anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism,” Quinn explained, noting that this is something everyone should be concerned about.“Because if Guyana is not seen to be addressing (money laundering), that has (a) potentially significant broader impact to Guyana’s standings globally, not just in the financial market, but also as to how other countries around the world see Guyana,” Quinn related.In a previous interview with Guyana Times in September of last year, SOCU head, Assistant Commissioner of Police Sydney James, had made mention of cases being delayed. He had revealed that since being handed over 20 forensic audit reports, the Unit had managed to complete investigations into three of these matters.Those matters were their investigations into Pradoville 2, the National Industrial and Commercial Investment Limited (NICIL) and the Commonwealth Reports for which former Attorney General Anil Nandlall was charged.James had noted that SOCU’s other investigations were still a work in progress. He had revealed that in some cases they were awaiting legal advice. Pressed on the delay, James questioned whether he had the authority to find out reasons for the delay from the Police Force’s Legal Advisor.Following Sittlington’s initial appointment last year, SOCU in a bold move had arrested and questioned a number of top officials from the previous Government. These arrests were in connection to property purchased at the Sparendaam seawall area on the East Coast that is commonly known as “Pradoville 2”.While the current Administration contends that the transaction is a criminal act because of the belief that the land was sold below market value, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) had argued that subsidized housing has always been a part of the legacy of the People’s Progressive Party, and that countless Guyanese have benefited from lands sold below market value. No further action was ever pursued against these former officials and the arrests prompted resounding cries of ‘witch-hunting’.last_img read more

Representation For Brittany Bowens Accuses Her Of Lying

Representation For Brittany Bowens Accuses Her Of Lying

first_img Gov. Cuomo Slams Mayor Bill De Blasio For The Eric Garner Case But He Also Failed The Family BREAKING: missing 4YO Maleah Davis was removed from her home in August by CPS. They tell us it was due to allegations of physical abuse, related to Maleah’s head injury, which required several brain surgeries. She was returned home in Feb. @abc13houston pic.twitter.com/jiAq1E6XVU— Shelley Childers (@shelleyabc13) May 6, 2019Police Chief Art Acevedo told KHOU he “would not discuss the status of Bowens.” Sadly, he also said, “We already know and believe that she is dead and we need to bring her home.” He added that Vence could end the search now if he wanted to, “I’m sure if he really wanted to, he could tell us exactly where to find that body. That’s just an opinion based on what I know so far.”Vence originally told Sgt. Mark Holbrook of the Houston Police Department’s Homicide Division that he, Maleah and his two-year-old son were on their way to George Bush Intercontinental Airport Friday night to pick up Maleah’s mother, who was flying in from Massachusetts. Vence said he heard a “popping noise” and pulled over. He said a blue pickup truck pulled up behind his vehicle and two Hispanic males got out and hit him in the head. He said he lost consciousness and woke up at 6 p.m. the next day. He said Maleah was missing but his son was still there. Vence claimed he then walked to a hospital, received treatment and then reported Maleah as missing. Brittany Bowens , Derion Vence , Maleah Davis Jesse Jackson Demands ‘Justice Now’ At EJ Bradford’s Moving Funeral Ceremony Meghan McCain Whines That She Can’t Attack llhan Omar Because Trump Is Too Racist Emantic "EJ" Fitzgerald Braford Jr. A$AP Rocky Being In A Swedish Prison Will Not Stop Her From Going To The Country That Showed Her ‘So Much Love’ Four-year-old Maleah Davis is still missing and there have been many questioning surrounding her mother Brittany Bowens. Now her representation, activist Quanell X, has cut ties with her and accusing the mother of lying.See Also: A Timeline Of Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Killing Botham Jean In His Own HomeAccording to KPRC, Quanell confirmed he is no longer representing Brittany Bowens and said there are inconsistencies with her story. Fox 26 says he will go to the district attorney about his concerns. Bowens is accusing Quanell of “misrepresenting the family’s past.”It’s not clear what Quanell knows but from the beginning, there has been speculation that Bowens may have had something to do with her daughter’s disappearance. She said she was “not sure” if there was abuse in her home but Texas Child Protective Services reportedly removed Maleah last year “due to allegations of physical abuse” that “required several surgeries,” ABC reporter Shelley Childers tweeted earlier this month. The Associated Press reported that Houston authorities said Vence’s account has “changed several times.”Maleah was reportedly last seen wearing a pink bow in her hair with a light blue zip-up jacket, blue jeans and gray, white and pink sneakers. She has black hair and brown eyes and stands 3 feet tall, weighing 30 to 40 pounds.SEE ALSO:All The Ways Cops Are Still Trying To Cover Up LaQuan McDonald’s ExecutionOutrageous! Figurines Of White Cherub Crushing Head Of Black Angel Removed From Dollar StoreMeet Jogger Joe, The Man Who Took Racist Cue From BBQ Becky In Tossing Homeless Man’s Clothes More By NewsOne Stafflast_img read more