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Ashman

goddess of grain. [Sumerian Myth.: Benét, 57]
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Instead under Mr Ashman Northumbria Police will make protecting the public its priority over detecting some of the lower level crimes, even if that means less favourable 'crime figures'.
Ashman also earned hundreds as a trainer and also ran a security firm, magistrates were told.
As members of the jury saw CCTV from the club, they were told by Rachel Brand QC, prosecuting at Birmingham Crown Court, that Ashman had arrived with a group of friends at Tropical Harmony at around the same time as Mr McCalla and his friends.
"I was about to drive off when suddenly she came running back up the garden path and jumped onto the bonnet of the car screaming, 'The house is on fire!'" Unable to see any signs of a fire, PC Ashman admitted to being dubious, but followed the woman back to her house.
"How much profit are they going to get from it?" Mr Ashman said the most precious thing he had as a business owner was time.
In an Instagram post with a photo of Najib saluting the policemen, Ashman described their parting as 'melancholic'.
Kuldip and Ashman had told the magistrate that Section 68 of the Succcession Act does not allow any murder suspect to inherit the estate of the person he or she is accused of killing.
Ashman, of Station Road, Kelly Bray, Cornwall, admitted a charge of inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent, and was handed a six-month suspended sentence for the offence at Newcastle Crown Court.
A spokesman for the Wirral University Teaching Hospital trust, which runs Arrowe Park, blamed the problems on poor weather - but Mr Ashman said they should "have a plan B".
Kuldip and Ashman were appointed joint administrators of the estate by Justice Aggrey Muchelule, but Nisha filed an objection.