DRUG DEALER KILLED IN BROAD DAYLIGHT
Police have identified a man gunned down yesterday morning in a Loíza alley as 39-year-old Jose R "Tatín" Quiñones Ayala, who was allegedly responsible for drug distribution in the local area. Ayala was walking down Melilla alley near 10:40 AM when two males approached him in a small gray car, stepped out of the vehicle and opened fire, leaving him for dead.
From Caribbean Business:
FIRST PR BANKRUPTCY MEDIATION DATE SET
"During the first half of Wednesday’s omnibus hearing over Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy cases, a July 12 date was announced for the first mediation session between creditors and the commonwealth..."
NORMANDIE HOTEL NEEDS $20 MILLION IN REPAIRSFrom News Is My Business:
"The iconic Normandie Hotel, located at the entrance of the San Juan islet, needs an investment of some $20 million to be brought back to its former glory, Tourism Co. Executive Director José Izquierdo said during confirmation hearings on Tuesday..."
LEGAL AID FOR LOW INCOME CITIZENS TO BECOME LAWFrom The San Juan Daily Star:
"House Speaker Carlos “Johnny” Méndez Núñez recently has filed legislation to provide greater access to legal services for low income citizens, particularly in civil cases, by developing the Fund for Access to Justice and thereby creating greater access to financial resources..."
From The Washington Examiner:
GOVERNOR: TRUMP WOULDN'T BLOCK STATEHOOD
"Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rossello says he disagrees with Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., who said President Trump would block the U.S. territory from becoming a state because of its Latino population..."