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Written By Powertrip Radio on Thursday, November 26, 2015 | 4:35 AM

- Powertrip Radio would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.....



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- Powertrip Radio was returning last night November 16, 2015 for a Special Program, Problems happen on Saturday November 14 for us and there was no way we could had gotten everything ready for you, for every listeners here on Powertrip Radio we apologize and we are trying our best to fix everything so we can have the best for you and give you back Live Music. Powertrip Radio will remain Off until everything gets fix, once everything gets fix we will return with our Programming and let u listeners out there enjoy Live Music Thank You.....

Batchelder Bobcats of the Month and Students of the Month joined super-fun Celtics rookies (l. to r.) Jordan Mickey, Terry Rozier, and R.J. Hunter for a game of kickball.

Written By Powertrip Radio on Saturday, October 17, 2015 | 8:31 AM

Celtics players, legends and volunteers, along with Optum volunteers and students from Louis W. Batchelder, completed projects designed by the Care Force division of City Year to help enhance areas around the school. The day of volunteering also included a school-wide assembly with all students, remarks from Celtics and Optum executives, and a post-event dinner.

It's good to be a Batchelder Bobcat of the Month!
Among those involved in the event were Celtics rookies R.J. Hunter, Jordan Mickey and Terry Rozier, Celtics Legends Leon Powe and Tom “Satch” Sanders, Celtics Dancers, Optum Executive Vice President Mike Matteo and Chief Engagement and Partnership Officer for the Hartford Public Schools Deidre Tavera.

“We were excited to spend time with the students of Batchelder at their school today,” said Rozier. “It was fun to play kickball and see all of the renovation projects take place.”
The students got a kick out of getting their shirts signed by the Celtics rookies.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Boston Celtics to create engaging, active, healthy areas for the students of Louis W. Batchelder School,” said Matteo, Executive Vice President, Optum.

“On behalf of everyone at Hartford Public Schools we extend our thanks to the Celtics players, legends and volunteers, along with Optum volunteers, the Care Force division of City Year, and students, staff and community members from Louis W. Batchelder School who together completed so many exciting projects to improve the functionality and aesthetics in vital areas around the school,” said Dr. Beth Schiavino-Narvaez, Superintendent of Hartford Public Schools. “We are so appreciative of this invaluable partnership which comes together each year to support our schools and our students.”
The partnership between Optum and the Boston Celtics began in the spring of 2013. One of the main goals of this partnership is for employees of both organizations to engage in volunteer activities together to help improve their surrounding communities, a core value of both the Celtics and Optum.

About The Boston Celtics

A charter member of the Basketball Association of America (which evolved into the National Basketball Association) since 1946, the Boston Celtics have won a record 17 NBA Championships, including eight (8) in a row from 1959-1966, winning their first title in 1957 and their most recent in 2008. The Celtics have long stood for equality, and respect, including hiring the first African American Coach and starting the first all black starting five. In addition, 39 former Celtics players, management or staff have been inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. In December 2002 the team returned to local ownership for the first time since 1963. For more information on the Celtics, log on to www.celtics.com.

About Optum

Optum is a leading information and technology-enabled health services business dedicated to helping make the health system work better for everyone. Optum delivers intelligent, integrated solutions to modernize the health system and improve overall population health. For more information, visit www.optum.com.

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Written By Powertrip Radio on Sunday, March 22, 2015 | 7:58 AM

- This Friday on Powertrip Radio right after our newest show "NOCHE DE EXITOS" we will have a treat for you the comedy of the Late Luis Raul so stick with us Friday night after "NOCHE DE EXITOS" here on Powertrip Radio.......


Written By Powertrip Radio on Saturday, March 21, 2015 | 8:59 PM

- Powertrip Radio last night had a preview Hour of a New show that will start this week live on Powertrip Radio Entitle "NOCHE DE EXITOS" which will have hits from past and present for 2 Hours and will replace "LIVE WITH ALEX" Friday nights.We are gonna make Friday once again must listen Powertrip Radio and we are gonna give you the best 2 Hours Show right after "16 HITZ LIVE" but there is more we are also having stand up comedy right after  "NOCHE DE EXITOS" which we did last night with "GABRIEL IGLESIAS - THE FLUFFY MOVIE" Must Listen Fridays on Powertrip Radio is back and we are gonna make it worth it for all you listeners out there.......


Written By Powertrip Radio on Monday, March 16, 2015 | 7:23 PM

2006 - 2012

- Come celebrate this Wednesday Night Dominick Andujar's Birthday here on Powertrip Radio as we will Celebrate what was gonna be his 9th Birthday here live on Powertrip Radio. We celebrate this little Hero's Birthday in a way like never before done here on Powertrip

A Camden, N.J. man was charged with murder for allegedly slashing the throat of a 6-year-old Camden boy. Police say he told investigators he was smoking a combination of marijuana and PCP, known as "Wet" just before the killing.

Osvaldo "Popeye" Rivera, 31, was arrested Sunday afternoon and charged with murder and attempted murder.

Police say Rivera was trying to sexually assault the boy's 12-year-sister and the little boy tried to come to her defense. Investigators say Rivera slashed the throats of both children. The attack happened inside the home of the victims, in the 900 block of Ware Street early Sunday morning. The children were being taken care of by their 14-year-old sister because their father lives out of town and their mother was in the hospital recovering from surgery.

The 12-year-old girl is in critical condition at Cooper Hospital in Camden. She underwent surgery on Monday and is expected to survive. Two other children in the home at the time of the attack were not injured.

According to investigators, the 12-year-old ran from the home after the attack and went to a neighbor's home for help. She identified her attacker as what sounded like "Poppy."

Interviews led investigators to learn that Rivera lived in the area and went by the nickname “Popeye.” Rivera was known to spend nights at an apartment on the 3200 block of River Road and police found him there about 4 p.m. Sunday hiding between a mattress and a bedroom wall, according to Camden County Prosecutor Warren Faulk.

Police also found blood-stained sneakers that matched bloody footprints in the home on Ware Street. Faulk filed charges against Rivera around 2 a.m. Monday morning.

“Several citizens came forward and showed the courage to provide information, which helped lead to the initial apprehension,” said Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Lt. Frank Falco, who oversees the investigators in the office’s homicide unit.

“Also deserving of credit are homicide detectives from our office and Camden who worked around the clock and Camden’s SWAT team, which arrested the individual at the residence on 32nd Street and River Avenue,” said Falco.

Investigators from the prosecutor's office said during an interview, Rivera stated he had smoked "Wet" prior to the killing.

Rivera is scheduled to be in court Tuesday afternoon. Neighbors also plan to hold a candlelight vigil for the little boy on Tuesday night.

The Camden community has been raising money to help the little boy's mother pay for his funeral.

"She's trying to be strong," said Wanda Padilla. "It's a pain that no one would ever want to go through. But she's trying her best to be strong." 

This is the second time recently that there appears to be a connection between "Wet" and the slaying of a child, according to investigators.

The Camden County Prosecutor's Office says in recent years there have been several other murders in which "Wet" appeared to have played a part. This drug has a particularly catastrophic effect on people, making them incoherent, hallucinatory and, in some cases, violent. The prosecutor's office says it and the Camden Police Department are concerned about its use in the city and will be taking steps to curb the market for this exceedingly dangerous and destructive drug.

A homicide detective told NBC10's Katy Zachry that he estimates "Wet" is involved in 60 percent of Camden's homicides.

Osvaldo "Popeye" Rivera is accused of killing a 6-year-old boy and stabbing his 12-year-old sister while on the drug "Wet." Camden County prosecutors tell NBC10's Katy Zachry that Rivera was sexually assaulting the 12-year-old when her 6-year-old brother tried to stop the attack.

"I'm grateful for what my son did for my family, for myself also because I could have worked into that terribleness," Debbie Burgos said.

Dominick died as he fought off an intruder who investigators say was attacking Dominick's sister inside their Camden, N.J. home on the girl's 13th birthday.

Dominick Andujar Fund
c/o PNC Bank
Fairview Branch
2895 Mt. Ephraim Avenue
Camden, NJ 08104