Large street fight leads to 3 arrests in Laguna Beach

Laguna Beach police arrested three men after a fight reportedly involving 20 people broke out in the downtown area early Sunday. Officers arrived at the scene near Laguna Avenue and South Coast Highway at 1:36 a.m. after a report of street fighting as nearby bars were closing for the night, according to a police report. Two men — Milan Torne, 23, of Los Alamitos and Yannis Konugres, 22, of Mission Viejo — were arrested on suspicion of battery and resisting or obstructing a police officer. A crowd of people formed, including several who recorded the incident on cellphone cameras, police said. As officers worked to disperse the crowd, they arrested another man, Connor Patrick Domagala, 21, of Coto de Caza, on suspicion of resisting or obstructing a police officer. “There’s so many people that pour out into the street … especially on a summer weekend night when school’s out,” Laguna Beach police Sgt. Jim Cota said. 4/ 7220-79-3 – Methylene Blue As of Wednesday morning, the Orange County district attorney’s office said it had not filed charges against Torne, Domagala and Konugres. This article was originally published at 4:20 p.m. July 1 and was later updated with addit...

Sagamore Spirit Unveils One Of The World’s Best Rye Whiskeys

Historically, Maryland had been a center of rye whiskey production in the US. Before Prohibition, the state hosted 44 distilleries, 13 of which were in Baltimore. Many distilleries never recovered from Prohibition. Even so, in 1936, Maryland was still producing 14.1 million gallons of rye whiskey. Those distilleries that did reopen were converted to ethanol production during World War II. After the war, few returned to making rye. Maryland rye was sweeter, smoother and less spicy than Pennsylvania style, termed Monongahela rye. It’s mash bill was typically 35% corn and 65% rye. Monongahela rye, on the other hand, was typically 95% rye and 5% malted barley. Baltimore style rye proved to be popular with Midwest producers and would eventually, with more corn in the mash bill, become the template for producing bourbon. In 2015, the Sagamore Spirit company began construction on a 22,000-square-foot distillery in Baltimore’s Port Covington neighborhood. This was among the first distilleries built in Maryland since the beginning of Prohibition. The five-acre distilling complex also includes a 27,000-square-foot welcome and processing center containing a bottling line, barrel filter, du...

Plastic welding, which is used in precision applications like microfluidic devices, benefits from the use of

Plastic welding, which is used in precision applications like microfluidic devices, benefits from the use of a fiber laser over other sources. The versatility of pulsed nanosecond (ns) infrared fiber lasers is well known, as they are the laser of choice for the majority of industrial marking and engraving applications. Having typically less than a few millijoules in pulse energy and up to 100W of average power, they pack an impressive punch, with high pulse repetition rates and continuous-wave (CW) and modulated quasi-CW (QCW) modes. More recently, they have begun to be used for a variety of micromachining and surface texturing applications and even for remote microcutting applications. The vast majority of these applications involve material removal. Based on this premise, considering this beam source for material joining is counterintuitive. To consider that the same source can join material as well as remove, ablate, engrave, cut, and mark is truly impressive (FIGURE 1). To a laser user, the benefits are significant, offering access to a laser source that can multi-task as well as be packaged in a compact, often air-cooled form factor, making integration seamless. Conventiona...

Electric Submersible Cables Market 2019: Analysis and Forecast by Recent Trends,Market Demand, Development and Regional Growth Overview

Report Title: Global and Regional Electric Submersible Cables Industry Production, Sales and Consumption Status and Prospects Professional Market Research Report Electric Submersible Cables Market Report Provides Present Market Growth Position, Opportunities, Market share And Electric Submersible Cables Market size.The Report Analys the Electric Submersible Cables Industry On basis of Product Overview, Electric Submersible Cables Market scope, Product Classification,Market Trends with key Market segments And Top Market Manufacturers. The Research projects that the Electric Submersible Cables market size will grow from XX Million in 2017 to XX Million by 2023, at an estimated CAGR of XX%. The base year considered for the study is 2017, and the market size is projected from 2018 to 2023.Electric submersible cables, commonly known as electrical submersible pump cables or ESP cables, are specially designed cables that provide power to submersible pumps used for artificial lift of oil and gas resources, offshore drilling rigs, irrigation, mine dewatering, drinking water supply, sewage treatment plants, industries, fountains, seawater filtration plants, swimming pools, and aquariums. ...