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$156 million in cocaine and weed seized at sea

The morning’s good narrative. Air and Marine Operations (AMO) National Air Security Operations Center of the border patrol, P-3 Long Range Tracker and Airborne Early Warning crews partnered with Joint Interagency Task Force-South and federal authorities to stop transnational smuggling of almost six tons of narcotics between April 16 and April 24 in the Eastern […]

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$156 million in cocaine and weed seized at sea

The morning’s good narrative.

Air and Marine Operations (AMO) National Air Security Operations Center of the border patrol, P-3 Long Range Tracker and Airborne Early Warning crews partnered with Joint Interagency Task Force-South and federal authorities to stop transnational smuggling of almost six tons of narcotics between April 16 and April 24 in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, denying narcotics traffickers an estimated $156 million in illicit proceeds.

Over an eight-day period, AMO P-3 aircrews conducted detection and sustained tracking operations that led law enforcement partners to detain 15 individuals and seize a total of 7,805 pounds of cocaine and 3,588 pounds of marijuana in the Pacific Source and Transit Zone for illicit drugs.

National Air Security Operations Center P-3 capabilities continue to prove essential to United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Counter Narcotics Operations, coordinated by Joint Interagency Task Force-South (JIATF-S), contributing to an increased law enforcement presence in narcotics transit zones. This partnership bolsters the effectiveness of U.S. and international law enforcement by sharing information and intelligence to increase interdictions. Key SOUTHCOM partners have been involved in over 60 percent of drug disruptions since April 2020.

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Over an eight-day period, AMO P-3 aircrews conducted detection and sustained tracking operations that led law enforcement partners to detain 15 individuals and seize a total of 7,805 pounds of cocaine and 3,588 pounds of marijuana in the Pacific Source and Transit Zone for illicit drugs.

National Air Security Operations Center P-3 capabilities continue to prove essential to United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Counter Narcotics Operations, coordinated by Joint Interagency Task Force-South (JIATF-S), contributing to an increased law enforcement presence in narcotics transit zones. This partnership bolsters the effectiveness of U.S. and international law enforcement by sharing information and intelligence to increase interdictions. Key SOUTHCOM partners have been involved in over 60 percent of drug disruptions since April 2020.

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Update: Raleigh Council members respond to criticism from state lawmakers of the council's secret ballot

Lots of people had questions on how Raleigh City Councilors came to their 7-to-1 decision that the council postpone local elections scheduled for this fall to November 2022, effectively leaving everyone on the council in office for an extra year. It found that the leaders of Wake and Raleigh in the state legislature also had […]

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Lots of people had questions on how Raleigh City Councilors came to their 7-to-1 decision that the council postpone local elections scheduled for this fall to November 2022, effectively leaving everyone on the council in office for an extra year.

It found that the leaders of Wake and Raleigh in the state legislature also had questions, and there is some confusion as to whether the city council is violating North Carolina open assemblies law in voting to postpone the election Has.

According to a report by The News & Observer, state senators, including Senator Dan Blue, spoke out yesterday against part of a bill that would halt city elections from October this year to November next year due to delays in receiving census data. Blue said he was not against postponing the election but had a problem with the way that decision was made – in a closed session, with no public participation, without ever being subjected to a public vote.

Raleigh city attorney Robin Tatum said a public meeting vote was not required to postpone the election. After the council made its decision, an amendment was added to Senate Law 722 to postpone the election date. The bill was passed unanimously in the State House last week and in the Senate last week – but all five senators representing Wake County voted against it.

Brooks Fuller, director of the NC Open Government Coalition, told the N&O that the State Open Gatherings Act “was designed so that any official act would take place in public.”

“Voting by a city council is clearly an official act. Every time a city council wants to vote on something, it has to do so in a public session,” Fuller said. “Closed-session voting is not provided for in our law. If you want to discuss closed-session and take official action, you must come out of closed session and take a vote, which will be publicly recorded in the minutes, item full.”

He continues:

“When you seek advice from your attorney regarding your disclosure in relation to a lawsuit that is an attorney-client privilege conversation,” Fuller said. “If you are debating among members of a city council whether it is a good idea for the City of Raleigh to take a certain action, it is not a discussion of attorney and client privilege and that is the difference.”

But attorney secret matters are exempt from public assembly laws, and it is this attorney secrecy that the city attorney cites in his city council decision of June 1 to postpone the election.

Still, government experts seem to be saying in the report that a final vote should and never have been in a public session.

“And I think they have the power to reach a preliminary consensus on what to do on the issue,” said Frayda Bluestein, professor of public law and government at UNC Chapel Hill. “A final vote should take place in public.”

So did the Council violate the state law on open assemblies when it decided to postpone the election? It’s difficult to say. Before the council moved its motion to state lawmakers to postpone the election, each councilor’s position on the issue was clarified in a public session and most councilors seem to think they were following the correct process to get the legislature into action ask to change the election date.

“I’ll say there was a closed session, then there was a public meeting where we talked about it,” said Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin at a meeting of Raleigh City Council Tuesday afternoon. “We have voted, the vote has been announced and now we will wait and see what happens. But the fact is we cannot have elections in October, it is not legally possible and if this does not move forward we will” um review our options. “

Councilor David Cox, whose only vote was against the postponement of the election to November next year, described the process that the council initiated to postpone the election date as “opaque”. Several speakers at the meeting also criticized the Council for a lack of transparency in its measures to postpone the election date.

“We did not have a public discussion or took any public contribution to our action,” said Cox at the council meeting. “The reason given was that it had legal implications, but as I said, anything the Council does has legal implications. Unfortunately, we are now in a position where the public has the conversation, discussion or reasons for ours Decision just can’t really understand. ” and I think that’s a shame and harms democracy. “

Follow Editor-in-Chief Jane Porter on Twitter or email jporter@indyweek.com.

Support independent local journalism. Join the INDY press club to help us keep fearless Guardian coverage and important arts and culture coverage in the triangle workable.

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Update: Raleigh Council members respond to criticism from state lawmakers of the council's secret ballot

Lots of people had questions on how Raleigh City Councilors came to their 7-to-1 decision that the council postpone local elections scheduled for this fall to November 2022, effectively leaving everyone on the council in office for an extra year. It found that the leaders of Wake and Raleigh in the state legislature also had […]

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Update: Raleigh Council members respond to criticism from state lawmakers of the council's secret ballot

Lots of people had questions on how Raleigh City Councilors came to their 7-to-1 decision that the council postpone local elections scheduled for this fall to November 2022, effectively leaving everyone on the council in office for an extra year.

It found that the leaders of Wake and Raleigh in the state legislature also had questions, and there is some confusion as to whether the city council is violating North Carolina open assemblies law in voting to postpone the election Has.

According to a report by The News & Observer, state senators, including Senator Dan Blue, spoke out yesterday against part of a bill that would halt city elections from October this year to November next year due to delays in receiving census data. Blue said he was not against postponing the election but had a problem with the way that decision was made – in a closed session, with no public participation, without ever being subjected to a public vote.

Raleigh city attorney Robin Tatum said a public meeting vote was not required to postpone the election. After the council made its decision, an amendment was added to Senate Law 722 to postpone the election date. The bill was passed unanimously in the State House last week and in the Senate last week – but all five senators representing Wake County voted against it.

Brooks Fuller, director of the NC Open Government Coalition, told the N&O that the State Open Gatherings Act “was designed so that any official act would take place in public.”

“Voting by a city council is clearly an official act. Every time a city council wants to vote on something, it has to do so in a public session,” Fuller said. “Closed-session voting is not provided for in our law. If you want to discuss closed-session and take official action, you must come out of closed session and take a vote, which will be publicly recorded in the minutes, item full.”

He continues:

“When you seek advice from your attorney regarding your disclosure in relation to a lawsuit that is an attorney-client privilege conversation,” Fuller said. “If you are debating among members of a city council whether it is a good idea for the City of Raleigh to take a certain action, it is not a discussion of attorney and client privilege and that is the difference.”

But attorney secret matters are exempt from public assembly laws, and it is this attorney secrecy that the city attorney cites in his city council decision of June 1 to postpone the election.

Still, government experts seem to be saying in the report that a final vote should and never have been in a public session.

“And I think they have the power to reach a preliminary consensus on what to do on the issue,” said Frayda Bluestein, professor of public law and government at UNC Chapel Hill. “A final vote should take place in public.”

So did the Council violate the state law on open assemblies when it decided to postpone the election? It’s difficult to say. Before the council moved its motion to state lawmakers to postpone the election, each councilor’s position on the issue was clarified in a public session and most councilors seem to think they were following the correct process to get the legislature into action ask to change the election date.

“I’ll say there was a closed session, then there was a public meeting where we talked about it,” said Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin at a meeting of Raleigh City Council Tuesday afternoon. “We have voted, the vote has been announced and now we will wait and see what happens. But the fact is we cannot have elections in October, it is not legally possible and if this does not move forward we will” um review our options. “

Councilor David Cox, whose only vote was against the postponement of the election to November next year, described the process that the council initiated to postpone the election date as “opaque”. Several speakers at the meeting also criticized the Council for a lack of transparency in its measures to postpone the election date.

“We did not have a public discussion or took any public contribution to our action,” said Cox at the council meeting. “The reason given was that it had legal implications, but as I said, anything the Council does has legal implications. Unfortunately, we are now in a position where the public has the conversation, discussion or reasons for ours Decision just can’t really understand. ” and I think that’s a shame and harms democracy. “

Follow Editor-in-Chief Jane Porter on Twitter or email jporter@indyweek.com.

Support independent local journalism. Join the INDY press club to help us keep fearless Guardian coverage and important arts and culture coverage in the triangle workable.

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Greensboro police, fire and rescue workers responded and found the patient.

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Person found unconscious in Greensboro's Bur-Mil Park dies in hospital

GUILFORD COUNTY, NC (WGHP) – A person with life-threatening injuries was rushed to hospital after being found unconscious in Bur-Mil Park, according to a Guilford County press release. The patient died in the hospital.

At 10:27 a.m. Tuesday, someone called 911 after finding an unconscious person on the Big Loop Trail in Bur-Mil Park at the 5800 block of Bur-Mil Club Road in Greensboro.

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Greensboro police, fire and rescue workers responded and found the patient.

The officers are now conducting a death investigation. According to police, there is nothing suspicious related to the patient’s death.

The park is still closed to the public.

Shut down

Suggest a correction Correct

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The surveillance camera captures the moment 2 Charlotte County burglars discovered they were on tape

CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. – MPs are looking for two burglars who broke into an empty house in Englewood on Monday. The two are accused of entering a house on Grafton Avenue around 2 a.m. and stealing valuables and other items from the house. A surveillance camera captured the moment the two suspects realized they were […]

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The two are accused of entering a house on Grafton Avenue around 2 a.m. and stealing valuables and other items from the house.

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If you spot any of the suspects, contact the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office at 941-639-0013 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477). Tips can also be given online at www.southwestfloridacrimestoppers.com or by giving a tip using the free P3Tips mobile app.

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The surveillance camera captures the moment 2 Charlotte County burglars discovered they were on tape

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The surveillance camera captures the moment 2 Charlotte County burglars discovered they were on tape

CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. – MPs are looking for two burglars who broke into an empty house in Englewood on Monday.

The two are accused of entering a house on Grafton Avenue around 2 a.m. and stealing valuables and other items from the house.

A surveillance camera captured the moment the two suspects realized they were being taped.

If you spot any of the suspects, contact the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office at 941-639-0013 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477). Tips can also be given online at www.southwestfloridacrimestoppers.com or by giving a tip using the free P3Tips mobile app.

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Couple arrested after multiple shots fired in the occupied Durham house

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Two people were arrested after investigators said they fired multiple shots in an occupied house on June 10. According to the Durham County Sheriff’s Office, the shooting in the 3200 block of Cheek Road occurred around 6 p.m. Investigators say the couple – identified as 20-year-old Jashua Malic Jones and 18-year-old […]

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Couple arrested after multiple shots fired in the occupied Durham house

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Two people were arrested after investigators said they fired multiple shots in an occupied house on June 10.

According to the Durham County Sheriff’s Office, the shooting in the 3200 block of Cheek Road occurred around 6 p.m.

Investigators say the couple – identified as 20-year-old Jashua Malic Jones and 18-year-old Angela Michelle Leathers – fired at least six rounds for “reasons unknown” and hit the occupied house multiple times.

Witnesses told MPs that the shots were from a bronze-colored car that fled the scene; described as either a Grand Marquis or Crown Victoria with tinted windows. Nobody was injured.

As a result, Jones and Leathers were arrested Tuesday and are being held at the Durham County Detention Center on separate bonds of $ 150,000.

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The post Couple arrested after multiple shots fired in the occupied Durham house first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Couple arrested after multiple shots fired in the occupied Durham house

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Two people were arrested after investigators said they fired multiple shots in an occupied house on June 10.

According to the Durham County Sheriff’s Office, the shooting in the 3200 block of Cheek Road occurred around 6 p.m.

Investigators say the couple – identified as 20-year-old Jashua Malic Jones and 18-year-old Angela Michelle Leathers – fired at least six rounds for “reasons unknown” and hit the occupied house multiple times.

Witnesses told MPs that the shots were from a bronze-colored car that fled the scene; described as either a Grand Marquis or Crown Victoria with tinted windows. Nobody was injured.

As a result, Jones and Leathers were arrested Tuesday and are being held at the Durham County Detention Center on separate bonds of $ 150,000.

The post Couple arrested after multiple shots fired in the occupied Durham house first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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AlarmQuest Acquires 360 Security & Sound to Bolster Winston-Salem, N.C. Service

This acquisition is the second transaction of the year for AlarmQuest after the acquisition of Metrolina Alarms in April. WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Based here, AlarmQuest, one of the Piedmont Triad’s largest independent security alarm companies, announced that it purchased 360 Security & Sound’s customer accounts on June 2nd. Founded in 2005 and based in Winston-Salem, […]

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AlarmQuest Acquires 360 Security & Sound to Bolster Winston-Salem, N.C. Service

This acquisition is the second transaction of the year for AlarmQuest after the acquisition of Metrolina Alarms in April.

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Based here, AlarmQuest, one of the Piedmont Triad’s largest independent security alarm companies, announced that it purchased 360 Security & Sound’s customer accounts on June 2nd.

Founded in 2005 and based in Winston-Salem, 360 Security & Sound offers both residential and commercial security. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

“We have long admired Shawn Logan and his company. He has been highly regarded in the Winston-Salem area for over 20 years and we are very fortunate to have Shawn join the AlarmQuest team. Together, we can provide security and exceptional customer service to more homes and businesses in Winston-Salem, ”said Jay Brown, CEO of AlarmQuest.

AlarmQuest is an independent commercial and residential security alarm company serving customers across the Southeast. With offices in Winston-Salem and Statesville, NC, the company’s portfolio includes security solutions, cloud-based access control, commercial fire / life security systems and hosted video surveillance.

“I’ve talked to the AlarmQuest team for a while now and the timing was just perfect for me and my company,” says Shawn Logan, owner of 360 Security & Sound. “I look forward to staying on board and helping them grow while knowing that all of my customers will be well looked after.”

This acquisition is the second transaction of the year for AlarmQuest after the acquisition of Metrolina Alarms in April.

Brown, a long-time security alarm industry veteran, co-founded AlarmQuest in 2019 with business partner and co-owner Robert Gefaell, a 20-year veteran of the private equity industry.

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AlarmQuest Acquires 360 Security & Sound to Bolster Winston-Salem, N.C. Service

This acquisition is the second transaction of the year for AlarmQuest after the acquisition of Metrolina Alarms in April. WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Based here, AlarmQuest, one of the Piedmont Triad’s largest independent security alarm companies, announced that it purchased 360 Security & Sound’s customer accounts on June 2nd. Founded in 2005 and based in Winston-Salem, […]

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AlarmQuest Acquires 360 Security & Sound to Bolster Winston-Salem, N.C. Service

This acquisition is the second transaction of the year for AlarmQuest after the acquisition of Metrolina Alarms in April.

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Based here, AlarmQuest, one of the Piedmont Triad’s largest independent security alarm companies, announced that it purchased 360 Security & Sound’s customer accounts on June 2nd.

Founded in 2005 and based in Winston-Salem, 360 Security & Sound offers both residential and commercial security. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

“We have long admired Shawn Logan and his company. He has been highly regarded in the Winston-Salem area for over 20 years and we are very fortunate to have Shawn join the AlarmQuest team. Together, we can provide security and exceptional customer service to more homes and businesses in Winston-Salem, ”said Jay Brown, CEO of AlarmQuest.

AlarmQuest is an independent commercial and residential security alarm company serving customers across the Southeast. With offices in Winston-Salem and Statesville, NC, the company’s portfolio includes security solutions, cloud-based access control, commercial fire / life security systems and hosted video surveillance.

“I’ve talked to the AlarmQuest team for a while now and the timing was just perfect for me and my company,” says Shawn Logan, owner of 360 Security & Sound. “I look forward to staying on board and helping them grow while knowing that all of my customers will be well looked after.”

This acquisition is the second transaction of the year for AlarmQuest after the acquisition of Metrolina Alarms in April.

Brown, a long-time security alarm industry veteran, co-founded AlarmQuest in 2019 with business partner and co-owner Robert Gefaell, a 20-year veteran of the private equity industry.

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WINSTON-SALEM – A 34-year-old Greensboro man was hospitalized Monday night with a gunshot wound to his leg, according to a Winston-Salem police press release. Police were called at 10:23 p.m. Monday about a shooting at 1600 N. Liberty St. in which Terrell Devon Stewart was found with a gunshot wound to his right thigh, the […]

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WINSTON-SALEM – A 34-year-old Greensboro man was hospitalized Monday night with a gunshot wound to his leg, according to a Winston-Salem police press release.

Police were called at 10:23 p.m. Monday about a shooting at 1600 N. Liberty St. in which Terrell Devon Stewart was found with a gunshot wound to his right thigh, the news release said. Stewart has been listed in stable condition and his injury has not been classified as life-threatening, the statement said.

Initially, no details were known about the background to the shooting.

The police are asking anyone with information to call the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800, or En Espanol at 336-728-3904. The Text-A-Tip program at 336-276-1717 allows people to anonymously send tips, photos and videos to the police.

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WINSTON-SALEM – A 34-year-old Greensboro man was hospitalized Monday night with a gunshot wound to his leg, according to a Winston-Salem police press release. Police were called at 10:23 p.m. Monday about a shooting at 1600 N. Liberty St. in which Terrell Devon Stewart was found with a gunshot wound to his right thigh, the […]

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Greensboro man, 34, hospitalized after shooting in Winston-Salem late Monday, police say |  crime

WINSTON-SALEM – A 34-year-old Greensboro man was hospitalized Monday night with a gunshot wound to his leg, according to a Winston-Salem police press release.

Police were called at 10:23 p.m. Monday about a shooting at 1600 N. Liberty St. in which Terrell Devon Stewart was found with a gunshot wound to his right thigh, the news release said. Stewart has been listed in stable condition and his injury has not been classified as life-threatening, the statement said.

Initially, no details were known about the background to the shooting.

The police are asking anyone with information to call the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800, or En Espanol at 336-728-3904. The Text-A-Tip program at 336-276-1717 allows people to anonymously send tips, photos and videos to the police.

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Verona Pharma has signed a $ 219 million contract to commercialize its first-in-class drug Ensifentrin for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in China. This week, the British clinical-stage biotech company headquartered in Raleigh announced that it has signed an agreement granting Nuance Pharma, a Shanghai-based specialty pharmaceutical company, the rights to […]

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Verona Pharma has signed a $ 219 million contract to commercialize its first-in-class drug Ensifentrin for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in China.

This week, the British clinical-stage biotech company headquartered in Raleigh announced that it has signed an agreement granting Nuance Pharma, a Shanghai-based specialty pharmaceutical company, the rights to develop and commercialize Ensifentrin in Greater China. These include mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.

“We are very excited about forming this strategic partnership with Nuance Pharma to advance the development and future commercialization of Ensifentrin in Greater China,” said David Zaccardelli, President and CEO of Verona Pharma.

Verona

“Nuance Pharma’s highly talented leadership team has extensive experience developing and commercializing respiratory products across China and we look forward to working with them to bring Ensifentrin to this important market.”

As part of the transaction, Verona Pharma will receive a cash upfront payment of $ 25 million and an interest in Nuance Biotech, Nuance Pharma’s parent company, currently valued at $ 15 million.

Verona Pharma is also entitled to future milestone payments of up to $ 179 million, triggered upon reaching certain clinical, regulatory and commercial milestones – as well as tiered double-digit royalties as a percentage of net sales in China.

Ensifentrin is an inhalative, dual inhibitor of the enzymes phosphodiesterase 3 and 4 (“PDE3” and “PDE4”) that is currently being tested. This double inhibition makes it possible to combine both bronchodilatory and anti-inflammatory effects in one compound.

Ensifentrin (formerly RPL554) was selected from a class of compounds co-developed by Sir David Jack, former director of research at GlaxoSmithKline, who pioneered many of the leading respiratory drugs already in use (salbutamol / albuterol (Ventolin), salmeterol and fluticasone) has been. and Alexander Oxford, a medicinal chemist.

Verona acquired the drug in 2006.

The company now has a clinical team of approximately 10 North Carolina-based women, most of them former GlaxoSmithKline employees, who are working with Raleigh-based global contract organization IQVIA to conduct the Phase 3 studies that are being carried out pass two international studies.

Each is expected to enroll approximately 800 patients in 100 locations, primarily in the US, Europe, and other countries including South Korea.

Verona Pharma is currently conducting a global phase 3 program to evaluate Ensifentrin for the maintenance treatment of COPD with sites in the US, Europe and South Korea.

It also has potential uses in cystic fibrosis, asthma, and other respiratory diseases.

“Ensifentrin is an ideal fit for Nuance Pharma’s portfolio,” said Mark Lotter, Nuance CEO and co-founder. “With proven expertise in developing and commercializing global brands, including many leading respiratory products, I trust the ability of the Nuance Pharma team to develop and commercialize Ensifentrin in the greater China area.”

A possible COVID-19 treatment?

Separately, Verona Pharma recently completed a pilot clinical study with its lead drug candidate for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

The randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study tested Ensifentrin administered via a pressurized metered dose inhaler to hospitalized COVID-19 patients at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

“Overall, patients in this study recovered exceptionally well as the mortality rate in the study was much lower than the hospital’s aggregate data suggested for the same period,” said Dr. Mike Wells, pulmonologist and lead investigator for the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital.

Verona Pharma said the study was not designed or sized to demonstrate clinical efficacy and no clinical efficacy benefit was seen from adding Ensifentrin treatment to standard treatment in the study.

One patient death has been reported in the Ensifentrin treatment group.

“We are still focused on our ongoing phase 3 study in COPD and are not currently planning any further studies with Ensifentrin for the treatment of COVID-19,” a spokesman told the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Verona Pharma has signed a $ 219 million contract to commercialize its first-in-class drug Ensifentrin for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in China. This week, the British clinical-stage biotech company headquartered in Raleigh announced that it has signed an agreement granting Nuance Pharma, a Shanghai-based specialty pharmaceutical company, the rights to […]

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https://www.wraltechwire.com/2021/06/15/verona-pharma-which-has-us-hq-in-raleigh-lands-219m-marketing-deal-in-china/Verona Pharma, which has US HQ in Raleigh, lands 9M marketing deal in China

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Verona Pharma has signed a $ 219 million contract to commercialize its first-in-class drug Ensifentrin for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in China.

This week, the British clinical-stage biotech company headquartered in Raleigh announced that it has signed an agreement granting Nuance Pharma, a Shanghai-based specialty pharmaceutical company, the rights to develop and commercialize Ensifentrin in Greater China. These include mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.

“We are very excited about forming this strategic partnership with Nuance Pharma to advance the development and future commercialization of Ensifentrin in Greater China,” said David Zaccardelli, President and CEO of Verona Pharma.

Verona

“Nuance Pharma’s highly talented leadership team has extensive experience developing and commercializing respiratory products across China and we look forward to working with them to bring Ensifentrin to this important market.”

As part of the transaction, Verona Pharma will receive a cash upfront payment of $ 25 million and an interest in Nuance Biotech, Nuance Pharma’s parent company, currently valued at $ 15 million.

Verona Pharma is also entitled to future milestone payments of up to $ 179 million, triggered upon reaching certain clinical, regulatory and commercial milestones – as well as tiered double-digit royalties as a percentage of net sales in China.

Ensifentrin is an inhalative, dual inhibitor of the enzymes phosphodiesterase 3 and 4 (“PDE3” and “PDE4”) that is currently being tested. This double inhibition makes it possible to combine both bronchodilatory and anti-inflammatory effects in one compound.

Ensifentrin (formerly RPL554) was selected from a class of compounds co-developed by Sir David Jack, former director of research at GlaxoSmithKline, who pioneered many of the leading respiratory drugs already in use (salbutamol / albuterol (Ventolin), salmeterol and fluticasone) has been. and Alexander Oxford, a medicinal chemist.

Verona acquired the drug in 2006.

The company now has a clinical team of approximately 10 North Carolina-based women, most of them former GlaxoSmithKline employees, who are working with Raleigh-based global contract organization IQVIA to conduct the Phase 3 studies that are being carried out pass two international studies.

Each is expected to enroll approximately 800 patients in 100 locations, primarily in the US, Europe, and other countries including South Korea.

Verona Pharma is currently conducting a global phase 3 program to evaluate Ensifentrin for the maintenance treatment of COPD with sites in the US, Europe and South Korea.

It also has potential uses in cystic fibrosis, asthma, and other respiratory diseases.

“Ensifentrin is an ideal fit for Nuance Pharma’s portfolio,” said Mark Lotter, Nuance CEO and co-founder. “With proven expertise in developing and commercializing global brands, including many leading respiratory products, I trust the ability of the Nuance Pharma team to develop and commercialize Ensifentrin in the greater China area.”

A possible COVID-19 treatment?

Separately, Verona Pharma recently completed a pilot clinical study with its lead drug candidate for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

The randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study tested Ensifentrin administered via a pressurized metered dose inhaler to hospitalized COVID-19 patients at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

“Overall, patients in this study recovered exceptionally well as the mortality rate in the study was much lower than the hospital’s aggregate data suggested for the same period,” said Dr. Mike Wells, pulmonologist and lead investigator for the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital.

Verona Pharma said the study was not designed or sized to demonstrate clinical efficacy and no clinical efficacy benefit was seen from adding Ensifentrin treatment to standard treatment in the study.

One patient death has been reported in the Ensifentrin treatment group.

“We are still focused on our ongoing phase 3 study in COPD and are not currently planning any further studies with Ensifentrin for the treatment of COVID-19,” a spokesman told the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

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ROCKY MOUNT, NC (WGHP) – Greensboro Police Department said a murder suspect was arrested at the Four Seasons Town Center in Greensboro. Officers arrested Anthony Niyer Horne, 19, around 6 p.m. on Sunday. According to WNCN, Horne was wanted after a fatal attack in Rocky Mount on Friday for conspiracy in first degree robbery and […]

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ROCKY MOUNT, NC (WGHP) – Greensboro Police Department said a murder suspect was arrested at the Four Seasons Town Center in Greensboro.

Officers arrested Anthony Niyer Horne, 19, around 6 p.m. on Sunday.

According to WNCN, Horne was wanted after a fatal attack in Rocky Mount on Friday for conspiracy in first degree robbery and murder.

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At around 10 p.m. on Friday, officers responded to the shooting at Block 600 on Park Avenue. On site, the officers found the 53-year-old Derrick Anthony Bryant with a gunshot wound.

EMS tried to save the victim’s life, but Bryant still died on the scene.

Horne was not bonded.

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Murder suspect at the Four Seasons Town Center in Greensboro.  arrested

ROCKY MOUNT, NC (WGHP) – Greensboro Police Department said a murder suspect was arrested at the Four Seasons Town Center in Greensboro. Officers arrested Anthony Niyer Horne, 19, around 6 p.m. on Sunday. According to WNCN, Horne was wanted after a fatal attack in Rocky Mount on Friday for conspiracy in first degree robbery and […]

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Murder suspect at the Four Seasons Town Center in Greensboro.  arrested

ROCKY MOUNT, NC (WGHP) – Greensboro Police Department said a murder suspect was arrested at the Four Seasons Town Center in Greensboro.

Officers arrested Anthony Niyer Horne, 19, around 6 p.m. on Sunday.

According to WNCN, Horne was wanted after a fatal attack in Rocky Mount on Friday for conspiracy in first degree robbery and murder.

2 Fort Bragg paratroopers found dead in barracks

At around 10 p.m. on Friday, officers responded to the shooting at Block 600 on Park Avenue. On site, the officers found the 53-year-old Derrick Anthony Bryant with a gunshot wound.

EMS tried to save the victim’s life, but Bryant still died on the scene.

Horne was not bonded.

Shut down

Suggest a correction Correct

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PASADENA, California., June 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (“Alexandria“or the” Company “) (NYSE: ARE) today announced the pricing of its increased public offering of 7,000,000 common shares of the Company at a price of $ 184.00 per share in connection with the forward sales contracts described below. The company […]

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PASADENA, California., June 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (“Alexandria“or the” Company “) (NYSE: ARE) today announced the pricing of its increased public offering of 7,000,000 common shares of the Company at a price of $ 184.00 per share in connection with the forward sales contracts described below. The company also granted the syndicate banks a 30-day option to purchase up to 1,050,000 additional shares. The offer is expected to close at or around June 17, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions.

RBC Capital Markets, BofA Securities, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, JP Morgan, BTIG, Evercore ISI, Mizuho Securities, Scotiabank, SMBC Nikko, TD Securities, PNC Capital Markets LLC and Regions Securities LLC act as Joint Book-Running Managers for the offer. Barclays, BNP PARIBAS, Capital One Securities, Fifth Third Securities, Truist Securities, and Ramirez & Co., Inc. are co-managing the offering.

The company has forward sales agreements with the Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of America, NA, Citibank, NA, Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, and JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA (the “Forward Buyers”) for 7,000,000 common shares (and expects forward sale agreements for a total of 8,050,000 shares if the syndicate banks exercise their option to purchase additional shares in full). In connection with the Forward Sale Agreements, the Forward Buyers or their affiliates are expected to acquire a total of 7,000,000 common shares to be delivered under this Offering (or a total of 8,050,000 shares if the Underwriters exercise their option to purchase additional shares in full ). Subject to its right to choose cash or net stock settlement, which is subject to certain conditions, the Company intends, upon physical settlement of such forward sales agreements, to deliver on one or more dates specified by the Company, no later than December 14, 2022, a total of 7,000,000 shares of its common stock (or a total of 8,050,000 shares if the Underwriters exercise their option to purchase additional shares in full) to the forward buyers in exchange for cash proceeds per share equal to the applicable forward sale price, which is the public offer price less the public offer price actuarial discounts and commissions and is subject to certain adjustments, as provided for in the futures contracts.

The Company will initially not receive any proceeds from the sale of its common stock by the Forward Buyers or their affiliates under the Offer. The Company expects to use the net proceeds it receives from the future settlement of the forward sale agreements to finance outstanding acquisitions, with the remaining proceeds, if any, being used for general working capital and other corporate purposes which may include: outstanding balance, if any, on the company’s unsecured senior credit facility and any outstanding debt, if any, under the company’s commercial paper program. The sale of common shares through forward sale agreements enables the Company to price those shares based on the price of the Offering (subject to certain adjustments), while the issue of these shares and receipt of the net proceeds by the Company is required until the expected funding.

The offering is made pursuant to an effective registration statement on Form S-3 previously filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities of the Company, nor will any sale of such securities be made in any state where such offer, solicitation or sale prior to registration would be unlawful or qualifying under the securities laws of such a state.

Copies of the prospectus supplement to this offering, if available, can be obtained from: RBC Capital Markets, Attn: Prospectus Department, Three World Financial Center, 200 Vesey Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10281 or by calling (877) 822-4089; BofA Securities, NC1-004-03-43, e.g. Handbook: Prospectus Department, 200 North College Street, 3rd floor, Charlotte, NC 28255-0001 or email at [email protected]; Citigroup, Attn: Broadridge Financial Solutions, 1155 Long Island Avenue, Edgewood, NY 11717, or by phone at 800-831-9146 or by email at [email protected]; Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, e.g. Att: Prospectus Department, 200 West Street, New York, NY 10282, or by phone at 866-471-2526 or by email at [email protected]; or JP Morgan, Attn: Broadridge Financial Solutions, 1155 Long Island Avenue, Edgewood, NY 11717 or by calling 1-866-803-9204.

Alexandria, an S&P 500® Urban Office Real Estate Investment Trust, is the first, longest-standing, pioneering owner, operator, and developer to focus solely on collaborative life science, agtech, and technology campuses in AAA innovation cluster locations . Founded in 1994, Alexandria Pioneered in this niche and has since built a significant market presence in key locations including Greater Boston area, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, Maryland and research triangle.

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements regarding the offer of common shares in the Company (including an option by the underwriters to purchase additional common shares), the intended use of the proceeds, and the anticipated completion date of the offer. These forward-looking statements are based on the company’s current intentions, beliefs, or expectations, but forward-looking statements are not guaranteed and will not occur. Actual results could differ materially from those contained or implied in the company’s forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to the risks and uncertainties disclosed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission . All forward-looking statements speak as of the date of this press release and the company assumes no obligation to update this information. For more information about risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated in the company’s forward-looking statements, as well as risks and uncertainties affecting the company’s business in general, please refer to the company’s filings with the Securities and Markets Exchange Commission, including the most recent annual report on Form 10-K and any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q.

CONTACT: Sara Kabakoff, Vice President Communications, (626) 788-5578, [email protected]

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PASADENA, California., June 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (“Alexandria“or the” Company “) (NYSE: ARE) today announced the pricing of its increased public offering of 7,000,000 common shares of the Company at a price of $ 184.00 per share in connection with the forward sales contracts described below. The company […]

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PASADENA, California., June 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (“Alexandria“or the” Company “) (NYSE: ARE) today announced the pricing of its increased public offering of 7,000,000 common shares of the Company at a price of $ 184.00 per share in connection with the forward sales contracts described below. The company also granted the syndicate banks a 30-day option to purchase up to 1,050,000 additional shares. The offer is expected to close at or around June 17, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions.

RBC Capital Markets, BofA Securities, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, JP Morgan, BTIG, Evercore ISI, Mizuho Securities, Scotiabank, SMBC Nikko, TD Securities, PNC Capital Markets LLC and Regions Securities LLC act as Joint Book-Running Managers for the offer. Barclays, BNP PARIBAS, Capital One Securities, Fifth Third Securities, Truist Securities, and Ramirez & Co., Inc. are co-managing the offering.

The company has forward sales agreements with the Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of America, NA, Citibank, NA, Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, and JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA (the “Forward Buyers”) for 7,000,000 common shares (and expects forward sale agreements for a total of 8,050,000 shares if the syndicate banks exercise their option to purchase additional shares in full). In connection with the Forward Sale Agreements, the Forward Buyers or their affiliates are expected to acquire a total of 7,000,000 common shares to be delivered under this Offering (or a total of 8,050,000 shares if the Underwriters exercise their option to purchase additional shares in full ). Subject to its right to choose cash or net stock settlement, which is subject to certain conditions, the Company intends, upon physical settlement of such forward sales agreements, to deliver on one or more dates specified by the Company, no later than December 14, 2022, a total of 7,000,000 shares of its common stock (or a total of 8,050,000 shares if the Underwriters exercise their option to purchase additional shares in full) to the forward buyers in exchange for cash proceeds per share equal to the applicable forward sale price, which is the public offer price less the public offer price actuarial discounts and commissions and is subject to certain adjustments, as provided for in the futures contracts.

The Company will initially not receive any proceeds from the sale of its common stock by the Forward Buyers or their affiliates under the Offer. The Company expects to use the net proceeds it receives from the future settlement of the forward sale agreements to finance outstanding acquisitions, with the remaining proceeds, if any, being used for general working capital and other corporate purposes which may include: outstanding balance, if any, on the company’s unsecured senior credit facility and any outstanding debt, if any, under the company’s commercial paper program. The sale of common shares through forward sale agreements enables the Company to price those shares based on the price of the Offering (subject to certain adjustments), while the issue of these shares and receipt of the net proceeds by the Company is required until the expected funding.

The offering is made pursuant to an effective registration statement on Form S-3 previously filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities of the Company, nor will any sale of such securities be made in any state where such offer, solicitation or sale prior to registration would be unlawful or qualifying under the securities laws of such a state.

Copies of the prospectus supplement to this offering, if available, can be obtained from: RBC Capital Markets, Attn: Prospectus Department, Three World Financial Center, 200 Vesey Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10281 or by calling (877) 822-4089; BofA Securities, NC1-004-03-43, e.g. Handbook: Prospectus Department, 200 North College Street, 3rd floor, Charlotte, NC 28255-0001 or email at [email protected]; Citigroup, Attn: Broadridge Financial Solutions, 1155 Long Island Avenue, Edgewood, NY 11717, or by phone at 800-831-9146 or by email at [email protected]; Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, e.g. Att: Prospectus Department, 200 West Street, New York, NY 10282, or by phone at 866-471-2526 or by email at [email protected]; or JP Morgan, Attn: Broadridge Financial Solutions, 1155 Long Island Avenue, Edgewood, NY 11717 or by calling 1-866-803-9204.

Alexandria, an S&P 500® Urban Office Real Estate Investment Trust, is the first, longest-standing, pioneering owner, operator, and developer to focus solely on collaborative life science, agtech, and technology campuses in AAA innovation cluster locations . Founded in 1994, Alexandria Pioneered in this niche and has since built a significant market presence in key locations including Greater Boston area, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, Maryland and research triangle.

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements regarding the offer of common shares in the Company (including an option by the underwriters to purchase additional common shares), the intended use of the proceeds, and the anticipated completion date of the offer. These forward-looking statements are based on the company’s current intentions, beliefs, or expectations, but forward-looking statements are not guaranteed and will not occur. Actual results could differ materially from those contained or implied in the company’s forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to the risks and uncertainties disclosed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission . All forward-looking statements speak as of the date of this press release and the company assumes no obligation to update this information. For more information about risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated in the company’s forward-looking statements, as well as risks and uncertainties affecting the company’s business in general, please refer to the company’s filings with the Securities and Markets Exchange Commission, including the most recent annual report on Form 10-K and any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q.

CONTACT: Sara Kabakoff, Vice President Communications, (626) 788-5578, [email protected]

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