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Saint Mary’s employee fired, arrested for voyeurism on campus

first_img“Home feels a little less like home today,” junior Tess Siver said Tuesday after the report of voyeuristic privacy violation on the Saint Mary’s campus.A maintenance employee of the College was terminated from his position Tuesday after a co-worker reported suspicious behavior in a bathroom on the fourth floor of Le Mans Hall Monday afternoon, according to an email from College President Carol Ann Mooney.A report from WNDU identified 73-year-old David Summerfield as the employee.Courtesy of SBPD Director of media relations Gwen O’Brien said the initial report noted that the employee may have observed students in the bathroom. After the report, he was immediately confronted by superiors and admitted to the allegation, she said.Within two hours of the initial report, he was suspended without pay and escorted off campus. Since then, his employment has been terminated, O’Brien said.On Monday evening, College officials notified the St. Joseph County Special Victims Unit, who began an immediate police investigation, O’Brien said. The investigation led to Summerfield’s arrest Tuesday morning for voyeurism.Mooney notified students, parents, faculty and staff of the situation in an email sent Tuesday afternoon. In the email, Mooney apologized for the incident and praised the employee who came forward with the initial report.“The safety, privacy and security of our students are our primary concerns,” Mooney said. “This type of behavior is repugnant, and Saint Mary’s College will not tolerate it.“As soon as this was reported to us, we acted swiftly to remove the person from campus. We have taken measures that prevent anyone else from being able to spy into restrooms. In addition, we are evaluating all space on campus to ensure privacy.”Mooney invited students, faculty and staff to an assembly in O’Laughlin Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon to address concerns. The assembly was not open to the public.O’Brien said students who need services or support in dealing with this incident can access counseling through Women’s Health and Campus Ministry. In addition, the Residence Life staff is on hand to provide assistance, she said.Siver, a resident of the fourth floor of Le Mans Hall, said she felt simultaneously shocked and violated.“It breaks my heart that mine and my neighbors’ memories of our time in Le Mans will be tainted, but as always, the SMC community will pull together and move past this,” she said.Siver said she feels that Saint Mary’s has been as forthcoming and open with students about the incident as possible.“I hope they continue to be open with students throughout the investigation, particularly those students who live in areas of Le Mans that have been most affected,” she said.Junior Kelley Wright, another fourth floor resident, agreed with Siver, extending her personal thanks to Mooney for her open and honest response to the situation during the college-wide forum.“I think the immediate forum that was held today was very important for everyone, not just the residents of 4th floor Le Mans,” Wright said.Wright said she hopes the College responds to the situation in a way that makes students feel safer and restores a sense of privacy.“I am anxiously awaiting what the College is going to do to ensure that this doesn’t happen again,” she said.Tags: Arrest, SMC employee, spyinglast_img read more

Wits shocked in Reunion, 41-year-old scores as CAF Club action starts

first_imgKCCA beat their Angolan opponents 1-0 on Saturday as African club action started. PHOTO KCCA MEDIANations Cup players Geoffrey Sserunkuma (KCCA), Odongkara (Saint George), Shafik Batambuze (Tusker) leave impact as CAF Club competitions startJohannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Football supporters in Indian Ocean island Reunion were celebrating Sunday after a 41-year-old scored to give Saint-Louisienne a shock 2-1 CAF Champions League victory over South African visitors Wits.Quadragenarian Willy Visnelda converted a stoppage-time penalty in a tiny palm tree-lined stadium to win a preliminary round first leg match in the premier African club competition.Malawian Frank Mhango held off several challenges to put the Johannesburg club ahead just before half-time and Mauritian Andy Sophie headed the equaliser on the hour.It was the second time Louisienne have embarrassed South African opponents as they eliminated Mamelodi Sundowns, current holders of the Champions League trophy, 18 years ago.Losing in Saint-Louis was the latest African disappointment for South African title challengers Wits, who have consistently fared poorly in the second-tier CAF Confederation Cup.Wits coach Gavin Hunt has been accused by the South African media of not taking CAF competitions seriously, a view fuelled by many first choices being rested for African games in the past.But Hunt seemed excited by a first appearance in the Champions League, especially with increased prize money this year and the group phase being expanded from eight clubs to 16. Ahead of the flight to Reunion, he spoke about the likelihood of facing record eight-time African champions Al Ahly of Egypt in the round of 32 during March.To achieve that goal, Wits must eliminate Louisienne and they remain favourites to achieve overall victory as a 1-0 home victory next Saturday will take them through on aggregate.Louisienne were not the only Indian Ocean island club celebrating as CNaPS Sport of Madagascar edged Township Rollers of Botswana 2-1 in Antananarivo.All the goals came during the second half with Njiva Rakotoharimalala scoring the 76th-minute winner after Francis Rafaralahy put the hosts ahead and Segolane Boy equalised.Completing a joyful weekend for island states were Port Louis 2000 of Mauritius, who left Kenya with a 1-1 draw against Tusker, making them slight favourites to progress after the return match.Shafik Batambuze, part of the Uganda squad at the just completed Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon, put the Nairobi outfit ahead in the first half only for Ephrem Guikan to equalise just after half-time.Cote d’Or of the Seychelles could not match the achievements of other clubs based off the east coast of Africa, losing 2-0 at home to Saint George of Ethiopia, whose goals came from Saladin Said.Uganda’s  KCCA a day earlier beat  Primeiro Agostoof Angola 1-0 courtesy of a Godfrey Sserunkuma goal.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2last_img read more

KCCA FC make history, march into CL Group Stage

first_imgGoal hero Shaban Muhammad. PHOTO VIA @AllanDarren/@LusulireRRESULT: ?? KCCA FC 1 St. George ??   0 (Agg1-0)Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Muhammad Shaban was the hero as KCCA made up for last year’s near miss by becoming the first Ugandan club to storm the African CAF Champions League group stage on Saturday.Shaban’s 47th minute strike made the difference, giving Mike Mutebi’s Kampala Capital City Authority football side a 1-0 aggregate win over two legs in their last-32 2nd leg match at Lugogo.“A very good performance. In the last 15 mintues, we had to suffer. We had to be beasts but in an organised manner. This is a turning point for KCCA because if you are going to be a big club, you need wins like these,” coach Mutebi told the press after the game.The next stage is a lucrative one that Ugandan clubs have never featured in since it was introduced in 1997.Prize money of at least $550,000 (Sh2 billion ) awaits clubs that make it into the 16-club mini-league phase. Football governing body FUFA will also have reason to smile, as national associations receive an additional equivalent share of 5% for each amount awarded to clubs.After coming tantalisingly close to making the last 16 a year ago, KCCA placed a foot ahead two weeks ago after holding Saint George 0-0 in Ethiopia.Ugandan coach Mike Mutebi had three wishes ahead of the match at home: “We must draw a capacity crowd to our stadium, play attractive football and win the match.”He got all three wishes with his side dominating for long spells.St. George’s Ugandan goalkeeper Robert Odongkara conceded defeat.” I congratulates KCCA. We conceded due to a silly mistake but we shall go back to the drawing board,” he said after the game.The celebration at the pavilion as KCCA won Saturday. PHOTO KCCA MEDIAHistory madeWhile SC Villa (1991) and Simba (1972) had made it to the final of the African Club Championship before, Ugandan clubs have struggled since the early nineties and have not come close to the Champions League Group Stage introduced in 1997.The great Villa side also made it to the 1992 CAF Cup, losing the final to Shooting Stars of Nigeria.Line-ups Saturday at Lugogo.KCCA FC: C.Lukwago, D.Okot, T.Awany, H.Kavuma, P.Mucureezi, M.Mutyaba, I.Kirabira, A.Okello, M.Kizza, S. Muhammad, Nsibambi Runner-upUS$1.25 million 4th in group stageUS$0.55 million 3rd in group stageUS$0.55 million #KCCAFCStGeorgeFC Tweets ST GEORGE: R.Odongkara, B.Butako, A.Tamene, S.Bargicho, A.Mohamed, A.Umema, M.Bolado, A.Zoko, B.Assefa, A.Malle, S.Abdela****HISTORY OF CAF CL PRIZE MONEY1997-2008In 1997, CAF introduced prize money for the 8 participants in group stage for the first time in a club competition in Africa. Semi-finalistsUS$427,500 4th in group stageUS$190,000 2009-2016In 2009, CAF increased prize money  FinalpositionPrize money Semi-finalistsUS$0.8 million Share on: WhatsApp 4th in group stageUS$0.4 million 3rd in group stageUS$0.5 million Runner-upUS$750,000 FinalpositionPrize money ChampionUS$1.5 million ChampionUS$2.5 million 3rd in group stageUS$261,250 2017-2020CAF increases prize money to be shared between the top 16 clubs  Runner-upUS$1 million Quarter-finalistsUS$0.65 million Semi-finalistsUS$0.7 million ChampionUS$1 million FinalpositionPrize moneylast_img read more