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n the control or custody of anything that may be the subject of property as owner or as one who has a qualified right in it.
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The 56-year-old was arrested over an unrelated allegation of possesion of indecent images, and his DNA matched samples linked to the 1982 investigation.
81 mins: Bamba slips as he attempts to clear the ball, allowing Diego Fabbrini to steal possesion, round the keeper and drill in the third
The 20-year-old driver was arrested on suspicion of possesion of a class B drug with intent to supply.
With four saves already this season, senior goalkeeper Abby Steele is six saves away from sole possesion of third place all-time at Oregon.
The Arches should contact police on every occasion when a clubber is found to be in possesion of a controlled substance.
Dubai: Two Emiratis and a Comoros-Islands national were charged with possesion of drugs after they were caught at the Noor Islamic Bank Metro station.
Brian Isaacs, Head Coach of Black Africa responded to questions by The Economist and said, "We were defensive because we played away, we didn't have as much possesion as we had hoped for.
Always in possesion of a statement-making wardrobe, Myriam didn't disappoint with a glitzy gown, which she Instagramed for us to enjoy as well.
LITTLE BOYS BLUE TTBS Juniors U12s Shea Conway in a race for possesion with Ballymena United's hat-trick hero Ross McCausland.
Three times in green, six tries - a Shane Williams type step for the first and seemed to make ground from every possesion.
Members from the region's biggest junior league were at Red House Farm FC to take possesion of new goalposts which comply with the FA''s new scheme to match goal sizes to players' ages.
Daniel Fitzsimmons, 31, of Park View Road, Croxteth, denied possesion or a .