The case of the sides is the most striking. Juan Cruz is in the orbit of numerous First Division teams and It is very likely that it will be transferred in summer if Elche does not ascend. Its clause is four million euros and has a contract until June 30, 2021. If you don’t leave in June, you will do it for free when the next campaign is over. There are eleven finals left for the Elche fights for the new objective that has focused on its target: promotion of promotion to First. And that is the same time left to sports director Nico Rodriguez to tie the players he has in his sights: Juan Cruz, Iván Sánchez and Óscar Gil. Óscar Gil’s situation is more convoluted. The canterano signed a new contract on November 27, but the entity never returned it signed. The arrival of Bragarnik, five days later, stopped the operation due to the high amounts that the sports director Nico Rodríguez had accepted.The ilicitano side would charge 200,000 euros per course, almost double that of Juan Cruz, for example. His clause was going to rise to four million euros. A few weeks ago he received in writing the communication, dated mid-January, that canceled that improvement Therefore, the contract continues at the beginning of the season, with a clause of 500,000 euros. Oscar Gil is now a bargain in the market.Will be too Iván Sánchez, who will be free. His wish is to make the jump to First. And he hopes to do it with his current team. In case of not achieving it, it will be open to other proposals.
“It was completely his idea,” said Lt. Bryan Ellis of Rainey. “He brought the idea to our team. He was involved in the entire injunction process.” Rainey will be sworn in as chief of the Fairfield Police Department on April 25. He has previously worked at the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department and the Dayton Police Department in Ohio. He is married and has two daughters, Salazar said. He will head a department of 136 sworn officers while earning $170,000 a year, said Nancy Huston, assistant city manager for Fairfield, a city of 105,000 northeast of the San Francisco Bay area. Rainey was picked from a pool of 34 applicants, she said. “We’re very happy to have Chief Rainey here. He has a lot of skills we are looking for. He has 27 years of law enforcement experience,” said Huston. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2718 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Each section, called a public service area, is assigned a lieutenant, two sergeants and a team of officers. It’s part of the department’s community oriented policing and problem-solving philosophy, said department spokeswoman Officer Diana Salazar. She said the redeployment allows officers assigned to a particular area to get to know its residents and businesses. “The lieutenant, sergeants and officers are held accountable to the area they patrol specifically,” she said. During Rainey’s term, the department also sought and won a preliminary gang injunction in February against the most active members of the Whittier Varrio Locos. The injunction seeks to ban the gang’s members from loitering, wearing gang clothing, flashing gang signs and having open containers of alcohol in public in an area bounded by Beverly and Whittier boulevards and Pickering and Painter avenues. WHITTIER – Capt. Kenton Rainey, who changed the way officers patrol Whittier and helped secure the department’s first gang injunction, is leaving the city to become the new chief of police in Fairfield, officials said Thursday. The 48-year-old Oxnard resident has been with the Whittier Police Department since April 2004. Today is his last day. Rainey said he enjoyed working in Whittier. It’s a great department, with great people and a great community, he added. At Whittier, Rainey was the captain in charge of patrol. As such, he launched the department’s public service area policing structure, in which the city is split into four sections.