The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety daily incident log between Monday, Jan. 9, and Tuesday, Jan. 10. Crimes against a personat 2:18 p.m. on Jan. 10, a staff member reported that, while standing in a parking stall she was saving for her husband, a non-USC female forced her out of the space by intentionally driving her vehicle into her. The female was subsequently detained by DPS officers and witnesses confirmed the staff member’s account of the incident. The female was then arrested and transported to 66th station for booking.at 10:37 A.M. on Jan. 9, a student reported she paid another student to sublet his apartment at Sunset Apartments and, after he cashed her check, she discovered he did not have a current lease and was not authorized to rent it. The reporting student has been unable to contact the second student since paying for the sublet and the matter was referred to DPS and LAPD detectives for investigation.at 4:50 p.m. on Jan. 9, a female student reported that a male suspect slapped her buttocks as she rode her bicycle past him near Jefferson Boulevard and McClintock Avenue. DPS officers responded, then located and detained the suspect. The suspect was determined to be intoxicated and the officers transported him to a transition house to sober up after the female student declined criminal prosecution of the matter.
PENTICTON, B.C. – Fort St. John native, Matt Hughes, has been named the new head coach for the Okanagan Hockey Academy female prep team.According to Okanagan Hockey, Hughes, 40, joins OHA after spending the past two seasons as the General Manager and Head Coach of the BCHL’s Alberni Valley Bulldogs.Prior to his time with the Bulldogs, Hughes spent eight seasons in Junior A hockey as a Head Coach, Associate Coach, and General Manager in the BCHL, AJHL and NAHL. He also was part of the Team Canada U17 coaching staff on two occasions.- Advertisement -Hughes says he is excited about the opportunity of joining the OHA as head coach of the female prep team, adding that this has been of interest to him for some time.“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to join the Okanagan Hockey Academy and their strong history in developing young student-athletes. Transitioning to the elite female game is a great opportunity that I have been interested in for some time.”Hughes will be at the 2019 OHA Female Development Showcase, which runs from April 19 to the 21 in Penticton.Advertisement