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Toronto police seek missing 18-year-old woman from North York
Mayerli Salcedo Garcia last seen on Sept. 18
Mayerli Salcedo Garcia has been missing since Sept. 18 and Toronto police are looking for the public's help in finding the 18-year-old woman. - Toronto Police Service photo
Toronto police are looking for the public’s help in finding a missing 18-year-old woman.
Mayerli Salcedo Garcia was last seen on Sept. 18 at 9:50 p.m. near Bayview and Finch Avenues in North York.
She is described as standing 5'2" with a slim build and shoulder length curly hair.
She was last seen wearing a grey sweater, red pants and black Nike shoes with red stripes
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-3200, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477, or online at 222tips.com.
We are kicking off our week 22 of programming with a guest feature tonight
Scottieboy is usually found in his record room,
a man cave if you will, surrounded by his records, his many records
Ones from a long time ago and ones from now.
One minute he is rocking the underground house and the next twisted, dubbed up disco, the next conscious Reggae. Having grown up in a hotel, he knows what people want, few DJ’s know the crowd as he does, having started doing weddings at 16 and when the function hall was free DJing for mates and organising Bowie nights, it all happened at an early age. Been doing it for about 40 years.
Music loves Scottieboy and Scottieboy loves music!
Originally trained as a chef in the early 1980’s, soon he was hating that life and found the clubs and his people. All walks of people, the alternative life took over and so did the eclectic state of mind. Having worked in Bars, clubs and record shops, also sharing his knowledge on a weekly music page he continues to DJ, always DJing.
Vinyl is the thing and the thing is vinyl!
Shambala Festival (Northamptonshire) and Wee Dub (Edinburgh) are the festivals of choice, done both festivals from the start, as I have done in the past with the now defunct Farmageddon (Oxford).
Having hosted radio shows for the past 10 years, started on Invader FM (Bristol) as The Motherchip, then developed 60 shows as Face For Radio, arrived at tngcradio.com (London) to do a limited run of 12 shows called Boutique Hi-Fi. Now on Ness Radio. You can find some of them on Mixcloud, should you want to. Eclectic is the order of the day.
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