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Under the initiative, code-named Operation Rogue Trader, Sergeant Tim Williams from Redditch police accompanied Worcestershire County Council's Trading Standards Enforcement Officers, Natalie Graham and Tyna Collins, to visit eight different firms in Redditch.
A Great White bit off the leg of a teenage surfer one year ago at nearby Muizenberg, and a 77-year-old swimmer, Tyna Webb, was eaten by a Great White in nearby Fish Hoek last October.
He's currently embroiled in a court action seeking $100m for damages over false claims made by former exotic dancer Tyna Marie Robertson.
Police divers were today searching for the remains of 78-year-old retired school teacher Tyna Webb.
CrossLand, Maryland resident Tyna Boulware filed suit against CrossLand Mortgage Co., now a unit of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Corp., claiming it violated Section 8(b) of RESPA by charging her $65 for a credit report she alleged only cost Crossland $15 to obtain.
On the wooden stage is fitness instructor Tyna Andrews.
Angler Henry Walters (Hephzibah, Ga.) and boat partner Boris Reid (Augusta, Ga.) took the team title with 3.53 pounds, defeating angler Terrance Tyna (Valley View, Ohio) and Donna Hendrickson (Garland, Texas) by .88 pounds.
Frank Ivey of Daly City, Calif., Joe Ivey of San Francisco and Bob Ivey of Eugene; six daughters, Sue Chambers of Santa Clarita, Calif., Tyna Ivey, Michelle Coleman, Rita Seligson and Lorraine Wong, all of Eugene, and Nila Ellison of Springfield; and nine grandchildren.
But special mention has to be made of Tyna Perry who played the evil Wicked Witch of the West with great gusto.
The Lord of the Dance star lodged a EUR100million (pounds 49m) lawsuit over the malicious claims made by Tyna Marie Robertson, and was awarded EUR11million on Friday after he proved to California's Supreme Court that the accusations were false and part of a scheme to extort millions of dollars from him.