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POLICE: SUSPECT FOUND INSIDE FRIDGE CHUMPS STEAL CHANGE JARS MOTORCYCLIST CRASHES INTO DEER
A man was found hiding in an old refrigerator Jerks stole two jars that contained loose change A 38-year-old Hamburg man was flown to Reading
before being cited, police said. from a residence on the 800 block of South College Hospital after motorcycle slammed into a deer on
Guiseppe Jimenz, 21, was found hiding inside the Street in Palmyra on March 18, borough police said. Mountain Road in Upper Bern on March 20, state police
fridge in the utility room inside a building on the 100 The victim is a 87-year-old Palmyra woman, said. Herbert Deibert III was thrown from his 2001 Harley
block of Race Street in Kennett Square on March 10, police said. Davidson and suffered multiple injuries, state police said.
police said. He was cited for criminal trespass. He was wearing a helmet, state police said.
POLICE: PASSENGER JERKS BREAK INTO
POSSESSED POT HOME, STEAL ITEMS
VEHICLE STRIKES, KILLS
A passenger of a vehicle Bozos busted into a
was charged with posses- home by breaking through a
sion of marijuana after a back bedroom window and
traffic stop on Route 272 in swiped items at Arcadia
Providence Township on Trace Road in Fulton
March 19, state police at Township on March 19,
Lancaster said. Ivan Suarez, state police at Lancaster
of Lancaster, was charged said. The slugs swiped a
with possession of marijua- PlayStation 3 console, a
na, state police said. Nintendo Wii, video games
The driver of the vehi- and an iPod Touch, state
cle, Carlos Torres, of police said.
The victims are William
Lancaster, was charged Bare, 50, Tina Bare, 48, and
with driving with a sus- A Pennsylvania National and assigned as an emergency treat-
Guard soldier was killed after ment sergeant. He went on to serve Amber Bare, 18, state
pended license, driving police said.
without insurance and driv- being struck by a vehicle near his as a Battalion Aid Station non-com-
home on Route 183 in Bernville missioned officer in charge under Anybody with informa-
ing an unregistered vehicle, tion is asked to contact the
state police said. on March 17, state police at the Allied Forces Central Europe state police at (717) 299-
Reading said. command in the Netherlands. 7650.
Sgt. First Class Mark A. Eberly, In 2000, he became a drill ser-
POLICE: WOMEN CHARGED 39, jogging along side the road geant in the same medical battalion
AFTER DOMESTIC DISPUTE before being hit by a 1986 Dodge he had first received his training POLICE: BOY CHARGED
Two Palmyra women driven by Michael Clark, 60, of eight years prior and was responsi- WITH UNDERAGE DRINKING
face charges after a domes- Bernville, state police said. ble for training the next generation A 17-year-old
tic dispute on West Cherry Eberly was pronounced dead at of Army medics. Myerstown boy was
Street in Palmyra on March the scene by the Berks County Eberly joined the Pennsylvania charged with underage
16, borough police said. Coroners Office. Army National Guard in November drinking after state police
Michelle Lingle, 34, and Clark wasn't injured. 2005 and has since served in the responded to a disturbance
Marie Lingle, 33, were An avid runner, Eberly was active Guard and Reserve program. on West Carpenter Avenue
charged with simple training to run in the National He spent two years as a recruiter in Myerstown on March 20,
assault, police said. Guard Bureau marathon in Little and most recently served as a drill state police at Jonestown
Rock, Ark., in May. instructor in the Guard's Recruit said.
POLICE: MAN CITED FOR "Mark was a dedicated soldier Sustainment Program.
PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS and loving father," said Maj. Gen. Eberly earned many awards and PATHETIC PUNKS
Vincent Ruggieri, 50, of Jessica Wright, the commander of
Pennsylvania National Guard. "His
medals, including the Meritorious
Service Medal, two Joint Service
PILFER PATIO CHAIRS
Kennett Square, was cited Punks pilfered four patio
for public drunkenness on tragic death will leave a void in the Commendation Medals, an Army chairs from a residence on
the 100 block of West State Pennsylvania National Guard. Our Retention Command. After graduat- Commendation Medal, two Joint Sadder Drive in Sadsbury
Street in Kennett Square on deepest sympathies go out to ing from Bloom High School in Service Achievement Medals, five Township between March
March 10, police said. Mark's children, Thalia and John, Chicago, Eberly joined the Army in Army Achievement Medals, the 16 and 19, state police at
and his entire family and many 1992, and served at Fort Hood, Expert Field Medical Badge and the Lancaster said.
friends." Texas, where he became a medical Military Outstanding Volunteer The victim is Sharon
POLICE: 2 CITED An 18-year- veteran, Eberly was specialist. Service Medal. He was also a grad- Nields, of Christiana.
FOR OPEN CONTAINER a member of the Pennsylvania After serving a six-month tour in uate of the United States Army
Victor Cisneros-Garcia, National Guard's Recruiting and Honduras, Eberly was promoted Airborne School. POLICE: 2 CHARGED
29, and Francisco Macedo,
40, both of Kennett AFTER INCIDENT
Square, were cited for hav- Bridget Thayer, of Peach
ing an open container of Bottom, and Robert
alcohol on the 600 block of
South Walnut Street in
Kennett Square on March
TURKEYS VISIT BANK MALES ROB VICTIM, 80
Kennedy, of Peach Bottom,
were charged with simple
assault/harassment after an
incident on Little Britain
10, police said. Two male suspects -- one possibly armed with a Road in East Drumore on
handgun -- robbed an 80-year-old Lebanon man at his March 16, state police at
CHAIN-REACTION home on the 400 block of North 12th Street in Lebanon Lancaster said.
on March 18, city police said.
ACCIDENT INJURES 2 The victim told police he heard a knock on his door
Vehicles driven by and when he answered, the suspects pushed their way
Stephanie Groff, 19, of
Kinzers, Cheryl Urban, 24,
into the residence. WOMAN TO HOSP
The victim couldn’t describe the suspects because A 68-year-old Strasburg
of Hockessin, Del., and woman was taken to the
Rose Heintz, 55, of they had their shirts pulled over their faces, police said.
The victim said they were younger and they spoke hospital after an accident in
Pomona, N.J., were Martic Township on March
involved in an chain-reac- Spanish, police said. 18, state police at Lancaster
tion accident at routes 41 Terry Swingholm photo One of the suspects brandished what the victim said. Doreen Ebersole's
and 30 in Salisbury Wild turkeys spend a moment in the parking lot of believed was a handgun as the suspect grabbed the vehicle hit two trees and
Township on March 20, the Fulton Bank in Schaefferstown on March 18. undisclosed items, police said. bushes, state police said.
state police at Lancaster The victim wasn’t physically assaulted or injured, She was taken to
said. Groff and Urban had POLICE: MAN CITED FOR PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS and officials believe this was a random incident. Lancaster General Hospital
minor injuries, state police Timothy Schwartz, 21, of Lincoln University, was cited Anyone with information is requested to contact the for a minor injury, state
said. for public drunkenness on the 100 block of West State Street city police at (717) 272-6611. police said.
in Kennett Square on March 13, police said.
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PUNKS BREAK WINDOWS, TAKE GPS UNITS POLICE: MAN DETAINED ON BENCH WARRANTS POLICE: MAN ARRESTED FOR TERRORISTIC THREATS
Creeps busted into two vehicles and stole GPS units Lamont Winters, 41, of Kennett Square, was A 27-year-old Kennett Square man was arrested on
in Kennett Square on March 8, police said. detained for outstanding bench warrants on the 100 assault, terroristic threats and other charges after an incident
In the first case, the thugs broke a passenger side win- block of North Walnut Street in Kennett Square on on the 400 block of South Walnut Street in Kennett Square
dow, police said. In the second case, the jerks busted the March 15, police said. on March 9, police said. Heriberto Rebollar-Hermenegildo
driver’s side window on the 200 block of South Union Winters released to constables for transport to was arraigned and after being unable to post the $5,000
Street in Kennett Square on March 8, police said. Chester County Prison. bail, he was sent to Chester County Prison.
BURGLARS HIT BUSINESSES
Burglars have run amok in Chester County
ABRAM’S ARMY recently -- and law-enforcement officials are seeking
Officials said there have been several overnight bur-
glaries in Honey Brook Borough, Honey Brook
A driver was
Township and Parkesburg, and the following businesses
have been burglarized:
• Brandywine Pharmacy
inside his vehicle after
SHAMAR SUMPTER • Aaron’s Hydraulics
cracking up with a school
• Stotzfus Enterprises
bus in Greenwich
• Equipment Services
Township on March 19,
• Route 10 Roadside Market
state police at Hamburg
FOR SUSPECTED said.
A school bus driven by
• Ingleside Medical West
• Family Practice of Honey Brook
• Honey Brook Pharmacy
JEWEL THIEF Judith Deboer, 42, of
Kutztown, and a 2002
• Risbon Excavating
In one of the burglaries, the jerks grabbed prescrip-
Authorities are hunting for Chrysler PT Cruiser driv-
one of a suspects who stole tion narcotics worth $17,000.
en by Donald Debellas,
jewelry from the display case
David Hoffmaster Anybody with information is asked to contact the
58, of New Ringgold, photos
at Boscov’s in West Lebanon Lebanon resident Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at (800) 4PA-TIPS. All
were involved in the acci-
on Feb. 2, police said. and political callers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a
dent at the intersection of
A warrant has been issued
activist Katy cash reward.
for Shamar Sumpter, 26, in Route 737 and Ebling
the case, and Sumpter, origi- Road, state police said. Abram addresses a
POLICE: MAN GOES
nally from the Bronx, is Deballas was entrapped crowd of more than
known as "Shimmy or "Sha," and freed by members of 400 people at the
police said. the Kutztown Fire Leesport Market
The other suspected rob- Company, state police meeting room on
ber, Carl Reddinger IV, 18, of said. March 18. The
Lebanon, has been arraigned Deballas was taken to speech was part of
with bail set at $25,000, Lehigh Valley Hospital- the Berks County
police said. Patriots meeting.
In the case, one robber Cedar Crest for multiple A 21-year-old man faces harassment charges after a
reached across a counter and injuries. melee at a residence on South Tulpehocken Street in Pine
grabbed jewelry from the dis- Deboer and 12 students Grove on March 19, state police at Schuylkill Haven said.
play case at Boscov’s in the -- six boys and six girls -- The suspect, Timothy Kreiser of Pine Grove, came home
Lebanon Valley Mall, police were not injured, state in an agitated state and kicked in the front door to the resi-
said. police said. dence, state police said.
While being assisted by a Once inside, state police said Kreiser became physical
salesperson, the robber
KNUCKLEHEADS and during the altercation, threw the base of a baby seat that
POLICE: BRAKES FAILED
snatched the jewelry from the struck a chair of Cathy Kreiser, 45, of Pine Grove -- caus-
display case, police said.
A brief struggle ensued
ATTACK VAN ing her to fall.
Creeps scratched the hood According to state police, Timothy Kreiser then struck
and the clerk was shoved to
and the entire right side of a Todd Kreiser Jr., 25, of Pine Grove, in the side of the head
the floor before the robber 1995 GMC Safari van at
fled, police said. The robbers and pushed Desiree Gerber, 19, of Pine Grove, causing her
Wingnuts Garage in to fall over a table.
escaped in a silver over blue Elizabeth Township between
Ford pickup truck with The brakes of a vehicle failed, causing an accident on Timothy Kreiser fled the scene and faces three counts of
March 15 and 17, state police Interstate 78 in Upper Bern Township on March 20, harassment, state police said.
another suspect, police said.
The clerk suffered minor
at Ephrata said. Damage was state police at Hamburg said.
POLICE: MAN HAD UNLICENSED GUN
about $200, and the victim is
Annville Pre-owned Auto
The brakes on a 2001 Ford Excursion driven by Tracy
Anybody with informa- Rohrer, 46, of Mohrsville, didn't work as the vehicle was
tion is asked to contact North Center, state police said. A 34-year-old Lebanon man had an unlicensed and loaded
Anybody with information is entering the off-ramp of Exit 23 (Shartlesville), state
Lebanon police at (717) 273- police said. handgun in his vehicle's glove compartment, state police at
8141 or Lebanon County asked to contact the state Jonestown said.
Communications at (717) police at (717) 721-7667. The vehicle struck a 1998 Chevrolet Blazer driven by
State troopers were on routine patrol and saw Lewis Carl's vehi-
272-2054. Miguel Camillo, 51, of York, state police said. cle parked on Route 343 at the Fireman's Park entrance in Bethel
After impact, state police said Rohrer's vehicle spun
VEHICLES COLLIDE out and Oritz's vehicle eventually rolled onto its roof.
Township, Lebanon County, on March 20, state police said.
POLICE: N.Y. MAN IN CORNWALL Camillo and his passenger, Domingo Ortiz, of York,
When Carl opened his glove compartment to retrieve vehi-
cle documents, troopers noticed the loaded handgun, state
ARRESTED FOR DUI Vehicles driven by freed themselves and were taken to Reading Hospital for police said. Carl didn't have a license to carry the gun, state
Thomas Holmes, 57, of Brittany Butler, 23, of moderate injuries, state police said. police said.
Palisades, N.Y., was arrest- Harrisburg, and Gordon Nobody in Rohrer's vehicle was injured. Carl was taken into custody and charged, state police said.
ed for DUI after being Stager, 74, of West
stopped for driving errati- Cornwall, were involved in
cally on routes 272 and 222 an accident on Route 72 at POLICE: PHOENIXVILLE MAN FACES DUI CHARGE POLICE: COATESVILLE MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI
in Fulton Township on Zinns Mill Road in Daniel Langan, 43, of Phoenixville was charged with DUI Joseph Kolimaga, 24, of Coatesville, was charged with DUI
March 21, state police at Cornwall on March 17, after being stopped for speeding on Pikeland Avenue in East after a traffic stop on Route 322 in West Brandywine Township
Lancaster said. police said. Pikeland Township recently, police said. on March 6, state police at Embreeville said.
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MAN INJURED AFTER VEHICLE HITS TREE CREEPS STEAL CHAINSAWS, GENERATOR FROM BIZ POLICE: MAN, 78, CITED FOR TRESPASSING
A 37-year-old Lebanon man suffered major injuries in World-class creeps busted into a business and stole A 78-year-old Coatesville man was cited for trespassing
an accident on Hill Church Road in North Annville on seven Stihl chainsaws and a John Deere generator on after an incident on Strasburg Road in West Bradford on
March 19, state police at Jonestown said. Jacob Varela's Pottstown Pike in South Coventry on March 15, state March 16, state police at Embreeville said. Frank Lucas went
1996 Ford Explorer lost control, went across both lanes to the victim's property and yelled at the victim to stop riding
police at Embreeville said. The victim is James Martin, a dirt bike, state police said. The victim, Evan Duswalt, 22,
and hit a tree before spinning out, state police said. Varela 40, of Pottstown. Anybody with information is asked to
was taken to Hershey Medical Center for his injuries. of Coatesville, told Lucas to leave several times, and Lucas
contact the state police at (484) 340-3241. didn't, state police said.
POLICE: ROBBERS SHOOT, KILL MAN
A driver sustained head
trauma after his 1988 Jeep
Cherokee hit a tree in
Wallace Township on Three robbers shot and killed a man during a
March 16, state police at
The vehicle, driven by
THE SUSPECTS home invasion on Center Street in Shenandoah on
March 16, state police said.
Two of the suspects, Julius Enoe, 30, of Reading, and
Joshua Swavely, 20, of Damon Ennett, of 29, of Freeland, surrendered to
Honey Brook, hit the tree authorities and face numerous charges, including homi-
on Little Conestoga Road, cide, burglary and robbery, state police said. Enoe
state police said. turned himself in on March 20 and Ennett on March 17.
Swavely suffered a The third suspect, Jahmal Ollivirre, 19, remains at
moderate injury and was
taken to Paoli Hospital,
large, state police said.
state police said. The suspects forced their way into the residence to
rob the occupants, state police said.
During the robbery, the suspects demanded money
ACCIDENT INJURES before shooting and killing Bruce Forker, 24, of
WOMAN, 64 Shenandoah, state police said.
Vehicles driven by Anybody with information is asked to contact the
Christine Goodwin, 64, of state police at (570) 874-5300 or call Pennsylvania
West Chester, and Nicholas JAHMAL OLLIVIRRE DAMON ENNETT JULIUS ENOE Crime Stoppers at 1-800-4PA-TIPS.
Tuscai, 65, of Phoenixville,
were involved in an acci- WOMAN’S VEHICLE
dent on Route 322 in West
Bradford Township on
March 16, state police at
SLAMS INTO UTILITY POLE
A 2007 Ford Explorer COMING MARCH 30 POLICE:
Embreeville said. driven by Darlene Hopkins,
Goodwin suffered a 50 of Quarryville, hit a utili-
ty pole on May Post Office
moderate injury and was Road in Strasburg on March
taken to Crozer Chester 18, state police at Lancaster
Hospital. said. Hopkins suffered a
SLAMS INTO TREE
A 1993 Honda CRX
A Narvon woman kicked a
driven by Christopher Punks attacked a pool, state trooper in the chest twice
Simpson, 20, of Devon, puncturing the aluminum
shell and vinyl liner with a and scratched his right hand,
lost control on the wet state police at Embreeville
sharp object on March 18,
roadway and struck a tree state police at Schuylkill said.
on Route 202 in East Haven said. Debra Carroll was drunk
Whiteland Township on The losers fled after dam- and was taken into custody for
March 15, state police at aging the pool at the resi- public drunkenness in Honey
Embreeville said. dence on Summerhill Road Brook Township on March 7,
Nobody was injured. in Wayne Township, state state police said.
police said. Carroll was taken to state
The victim is Michael police at Embreeville for the
HOODLUMS STEAL Elo, of Schuylkill Haven. purpose of having a ride come
CDs FROM VEHICLE and pick her up , state police
Slugs entered an VEHICLE BARRELS said. When trying to be
restrained to the station hold-
unlocked vehicle and
swiped numerous CDs on
INTO UTILITY POLE ing room, Carroll became
A 1996 For Bronco driv- combative, kicking and
Beryl Court in South en by Michael Schwartz, 43, scratching the trooper, state
Coatesville between March of Richland, struck a utility police said.
13 and 14, state police at pole on Chestnut Hill Road It was later revealed that
Embreeville said. in Bethel Township, Carroll also had drug para-
The victim is a 26-year- Lebanon County, on March
CREEPS STEAL BATTERY,
MOTORCYCLIST, 90, EJECTED
phernalia, state police said.
old South Coatesville man. 17, state police at Jonestown She also charged with aggra-
said. Nobody was injured. RADIATOR FROM VEHICLE vated assault, state police said.
A 90-year-old motorcyclist was critically injured after
DORKS SLASH VEHICLES CRACK UP
Jerks opened the hood
his bike hit a pickup truck on Route 72 in Swatara
Township, Lebanon County, on March 20, state police at
of the victim's unlocked VEHICLE SPINS OUT,
vehicle and stole the radia-
Creeps cut the passenger IN ANNVILLE Jonestown said. tor, battery and alternator STRIKES TREE
side tires of a blue 1998 Vehicles driven by Maria A vehicle driven by Kay
Rotunda, 58, of Cleona, and A red Yamaha motorcycle driven by Fred Vogel, of on Pilgrims Pathway in
Volkswagen Jetta at King Kenny, 44, of Elverson, lost
Vincent Murphy, 50, of Leesport, tried to pass a 1996 Dodge driven by Jason Fulton Township between control, spun out and hit a
Penn Road in Little Britain Annville, were involved in Rebuck, 35, of Lebanon, when Rebuck was turning right Dec. 22 and March 17, tree on Route 401 in East
Township on March 17, an accident at Lebanon Alley onto Thompson Avenue, state police said. state police at Lancaster Nantmeal Township on
state police at Lancaster and North Lancaster Court The cycle slammed into the right side of the truck, said. The suspects fled the March 11, state police at
said. in Annville on March 17, and Vogel was ejected, state police said. scene. The victim is a 56- Embreeville said. Kenny had
The victim is Steven township police said. year-old Peach Bottom moderate injuries to her head
Nobody was injured. Vogel was flown to Hershey Medical Center.
Webb, 20, of Drumore. man. and back, state police said.
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BB BOZOS GO ON RAMPAGE TRUCK SLAMS INTO TREE POLICE: MAN CHARGED AFTER DOMESTIC INCIDENT
BB bozos have run amok in central Berks County -- A driver had a major injury after a vehicle slammed A 20-year-old Lebanon man was taken into custody
shooting out at least 18 car windows. into a tree head-on. after a domestic incident at Club Terrace in North
The jerks may have used a bat in some of the cases A 1988 Ford F-250 driven by Corey Lewis, 25, of Cornwall on March 7, township police said.
in Mt. Penn, St. Lawrence, and Lower Alsace, police Pine Grove, lost control on a curve before hitting the Tanveer Ghuman was charged with simple assault,
said. Anybody with information is asked to contact tree on Dad Burnams Road in Washington Township, police said. The victim is Amarpreet Ghuman, 22, of
Central Berks Regional police at (610) 779-1100. Schuylkill County, on March 11, state police said. Lebanon, police said.
TEENS CRAWL OUT OF WRECKAGE
POLICE: MAN TRIED
TO USE VICTIM’S INFO
A 23-year-old Palmyra
man tried to use a vic-
tim's account information
A driver and a passenger freed themselves from the
POLICE: WOMAN ELBOWS
to make purchases at the
J&S Pizza on West Main
MOTORCYCLIST FALLS; wreckage and crawled out of the vehicle after an acci-
Street in Annville on Feb. CYCLE HITS RAIL dent on Route 897 in Heidelburg Township, Lebanon
A motorcycle struck a County, on March 14, state police at Jonestown said.
VICTIM -- IN FACE
13, township police said.
Tyler Paul was charged guardrail -- after the driv- A vehicle driven by Allen Fox, 18, of Martinsburg,
with forgery and access er fell from the bike. lost control on a curve and slammed into a tree, went
device fraud, police said. A Hamburg woman elbowed a 23-year-old woman The bike driven by across the roadway and overturned in an open field, state
Paul was arraigned, in the face and flicked a lighted cigarette at her during Gary Bowman, 56, of police said.
released on $15,000 bail an incident at Pottsville Pike in Hamburg, state police Hummelstown, lost con- Both Fox and passenger Daniel Newswanger, 18, of
and waived his prelimi- said. trol on Route 934 in Schuylkill Haven managed to get out of the wreckage,
nary hearing on March The victim, Kristin Mirabelli, of Hamburg, confront- North Annville and state police said.
11, police said. ed the suspect, Sherryl Schappell, 51, asking her why Bowman fell off, state Newswanger had a minor injury.
she was at the location, state police said. police at Jonestown said.
VEHICLES COLLIDE Schappell became confrontational, hitting Mirabelli The cycle continued to LUNKHEADS CUT VEHICLE TIRE
in the face with her right elbow, state police said. travel on Route 934 Creeps cut a tire of a parked car on Broad Drive in
IN SWATARA TWP. According to the police report, Schappel then tossed before hitting the Pine Grove between March 9 and 10, state police at
Vehicles driven by a lighted cigarette at Mirabelli, hitting her neck. guardrail, state police Schuylkill Haven said.
Michelle Blauch, 47, of Schappell faces an harassment charge, state police said. Bowman had a The victim was Amanda Maher, 29, state police
Fredericksburg, and said. minor injury. said.
Debbie Watson, 50, of
involved in an accident
on Route 22 in Swatara
County, state police at
Blauch suffered a
BUILDING AND REMODELING, INC.
Thugs stole a registra-
SERVING BERKS COUNTY & BEYOND FOR OVER 30 YEARS!
tion plate from a flatbed
trailer on Linglestown
Road in West Hanover RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL ROOFING GUTTER
County, between Oct. 16 REMODELING PROJECTS SIDING WINDOWS & DOORS
and March 8, state police
at Harrisburg said.
The trailer is owned by PORCHES & DECKS
Houck Services Inc.
The plate is worth
POLICE: 2 DEFAULTED
ON RENTAL PAYMENTS
James Watts, 40, of
Pottsville, and Brenda
Gates, 46, of Pottsville, FX 610-670-7151
defaulted on payments for FINANCING
items on a rental agree-
ment at a Rent-A-Center
in Norwegian Township,
state police said.
The value of the items
is $10,070, state police
Watts and Gates were
571 MOUNTAIN HOME ROAD
charged with theft by SINKING SPRING, PA 19608
unlawful taking, theft of
leased property and crim-
inal conspiracy, state
Contractor Registration: PA005647
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POLICE: DUI SUSPECT LOSES CONTROL AFTER PASSING BUGGY POLICE: TWO FACE CHARGES AFTER FIGHT: A
41-year-old Schuylkill Haven man and a 38-year-old VEHICLE OVERTURNS DURING ACCIDENT
A DUI suspect lost control of his vehicle while trying to Cressona woman face simple assault charges after a fight A vehicle slammed into a fence and a tree before overturn-
pass an Amish buggy on Mine Road in Salisbury Township between them at the Hilltop Mobile Home Park in North ing during an accident on Route 222 and Bunker Hill Road in
on March 14, state police at Lancaster said. Manheim between March 9 and 10, state police at Strasburg on March 15, state police at Lancaster said.
After losing control, the vehicle driven by Martin Ray, of Schuylkill Haven said. The man refused to be handcuffed The driver, Christopher Maguire, 21, of Lancaster, fled the
Gap, drove into the front yard and slammed into a trash can, and was placed into custody, resulting in additional charges, scene before being located and detained by the state police,
state police said. state police said. State police didn't release the names of officials said. Maguire was taken to Lancaster General
Ray was taken into custody for DUI, state police said. either suspect. Hospital for injuries sustained in the crash, state police said.
POLICE: TEENS CITED
POLICE: TEEN GOES
FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING
Kelby Baldt, 19, of
Gap, and Cameron
Wygent, 19, of
Christiana, were cited for
underage drinking, state
police at Lancaster said.
BERSERK AT TOP STAR
State police responded
to Saddler Drive in
Sadsbury Township for a
report of an unconscious
person on the driveway,
and Baldt was heavily
OFFICIALS: WOMAN RAMS MAN’S VEHICLE -- TWICE VEHICLES COLLIDE
IN UNION TWP.
A 19-year-old Bethel woman punched a State police said the woman followed the sideswiped the victim's vehicle, state police
man and used her vehicle to hit his car -- man into the store where she began yelling at said. A 1999 Volkswagen
twice -- during an apparent rampage at the him -- while he was in the restroom. The woman backed out, hit the victim's car Jetta driven by a 17-year-
Top Star in Jackson Township on March 9, The woman punched him in the arms, again and fled on Route 422 east. old Jonestown girl and a
state police at Jonestown said. slapped him in the face and threw her keys at The woman, who wasn't identified by 1998 Ford Escort driven
The woman swerved her car at the victim, him, state police said. police, was taken into custody at her residence by David Schaeffer, 42,
a 19-year-old Schaefferstown man, who was The victim fled and hid in a freezer. The without incident and was charged with reck- of Lancaster, were
standing beside his vehicle, state police said. suspect went outside, got into her car and lessly endangering another person. involved in an accident
on Jonestown Road in
Lebanon County, on
March 11, state police at
Nobody was injured.
BUSTED WITH POT
A 17-year-old boys
from Paoli and Berwyn
were arrested for the pos-
session of marijuana in
the area of Friendship
Park on March 11,
Tredyffrin police said.
POLICE: SPRING CITY MAN
CHARGED WITH DUI
Ronald Bass, 51, of
Spring City, was charged
with DUI after a traffic
stop on Route 113 and
Seven Stars Road in East
Pikeland on March 11,
Bass’ vehicle was
swerving off the road,
Goons stole a GPS
from a parked vehicle on
the 300 block of
Sycamore Alley in
Kennett Square on March
5, police said.
The jerks got inside the
vehicle by breaking the
driver’s side window.
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THIS WEEK’S SPECIALS
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RESIDENT CITED FOR VEHICLE STRIKES PARKED MERCEDES, BAILS
PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS: An unknown vehicle struck a parked 1991
Ricci Cunkle, 47, of Palmyra, Mercedes-Benz 300SE sedan and fled the scene on
was cited for public drunken- North Hetrick Avenue in Palmyra on March 12, bor-
ness after an incident at Main
ough police said.
RESIDENTIAL HEATING BOILERS and Railroad streets in Palmyra
The owner of the Mercedes is Ronald Floyd, 38,
on March 14, borough police
said. of Palmyra, police said.
MAN DEMANDS CIGS
A knife-wielding man demanded
cigarettes from the clerk at the
left the store, state police said.
The suspect came back armed with a
Redner's Quick Shoppe in Bethel knife and demanded cigarettes, state
Township, Lebanon County, on police said.
March 9, state police at Jonestown After being denied by the clerk, the
said. man fled the scene, state police said.
Bruce Wayne Vanbrunt, 29, tried to Vanbrunt was arrested in Atlas,
buy cigarettes with a gift card and a Northumberland County by Mount
debit card, which were declined, and he Carmel police, officials said.
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POLICE: BOY GAVE BOGUS NAME VEHICLE BACKS INTO VEHICLE, BAILS POLICE: WOMAN CHARGED WITH SIMPLE ASSAULT
A 17-year-old boy gave authorities a false name and A vehicle backed into a parked 2007 Hyundai A 43-year-old woman was charged with simple
date of birth, state police at Jonestown said. Tuscon and fled the scene on Hickory Street in assault (domestic violence) after an incident at Pamela
The boy was charged with false ID to law enforce- Branch Township on March 13, state police at Lane in Cornwall on March 14, police said.
ment after the incident in the parking lot of Matthews Schuylkill Haven said. The victim is Andrea Gaylor, Cherie Loehr was arraigned and placed in Lebanon
Public Library in Bethel Township, Lebanon County, of Hummelstown. Anybody with information is asked County Prison in lieu of $2,500 bail.
on March 11, state police said. to contact the state police at (570) 593-2000.
LOSERS DAMAGE VETERANS MEMORIAL
Cold-hearted creeps carved the attacked the gray granite memorial on
CITED AT CASINO
A woman was cited
with criminal trespass
after an incident in the
Hollywood Casino at
POLICE: DUI SUSPECT
image of a heart into a side of Veterans South Railroad Street between March 12
Memorial at the Palmyra Municipal and 15, police said. The damage is about Penn National on March
Building, borough police said. $1,000. Anybody with information is asked 13, state police said.
Using an unknown tool, the lowlifes to contact police at (717) 838-8188. Esperancia Francois,
CREEPS STEAL COPPER WIRE 5 VEHICLES CRACK UP
FREED FROM VEHICLE
A DUI suspect was extricated from his vehicle after it
20, of Selingsgrove, was
turned away at the main
entrance of the casino
after she failed to have
Creeps stole 120 feet of heavy gauge copper wire Five vehicles were struck a tree, state police at Jonestown said. proper identification of
from a well pump at the White Pine Coal Company on involved in a chain-reaction A vehicle driven by Joshua Zeigler, 22, of Palmyra, proof of age, state police
New Mine's Road in Reilly Township between March 13 accident on Interstate 83 in drove off of Hill Church Road and slammed into the said.
and 15, state police at Schuylkill Haven said. Lower Paxton Township, tree, state police said. Francois went back
Dauphin County, on March After being freed by North Annville, Union House into the casino by going
The wire is known as "bologna cable" or "well wire." 14, state police at Harrisburg
Anybody with information is asked to contact the said.
and Union fire companies, Zeigler was taken to Hershey through another entrance
state police at (570) 593-2000. Nobody was injured. Medical Center, state police said. and was found on the
Zeigler was arrested for DUI, state police said. gaming floor before being
cited, state police said.
POLICE: MAN SHOVED MAN
Roby Arnold, 38, of Annville, shoved Jeremy Hetrick, KNUCKLEHEADS
37, of Jonestown, during an incident on Jonestown Road
in Jonestown on March 15, state police said.
Creeps stole a pink
Nintendo DS Lite from a
POLICE: FREDERICKSBURG RESIDENTS FACE CHARGES residence on Smokeys
Two Fredericksburg residents were involved in an Lane in Union Township,
altercation at a residence along Village Drive in Bethel Lebanon County, between
Township, Lebanon County, recently, state police at Feb. 1 and 13, state
Jonestown said. police at Jonestown said.
CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.
Clayton Chew, 48, and Michele Chew, 44, face harass- The jerks also swiped
ment charges, state police said. six Nintendo DS games
and a blue sapphire silver
DOPES SMASH VEHICLE WINDOW ring.
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Dorks smashed out the rear window of a parked 2001
Chevrolet Malibu in a driveway on South 14th Avenue in
South Lebanon on March 12, township police said.
The victim is Julianne
Zechman, 27, of
REMODELING The victim is David Allwein, 51, police said. Anybody with infor-
mation is asked to contact
VEHICLE BACKS INTO PARKED VEHICLE, FLEES the state police at (717)
An unknown vehicle backed into a parked 2008
• ROOFING • SIDING Chevrolet Equinox and fled the scene in the parking lot of
Frogs Hollow Tavern on Route 72 in Swatara Township,
Lebanon County, on March 14, state police at Jonestown
POLICE: TWO CITED
• CAPPING • SPOUTING said.
Anybody with information is asked to contact the state
police at (717) 865-2194.
Jesse Leonhard, 24, of
• WINDOWS • DOORS
Melissa Genner, 24, of
Palmyra, were cited for
POLICE: MAN CITED FOR PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS harassment after an inci-
Thaddeus Scudder, 26, of Palmyra, was cited for public
dent on North Railroad
• DRYWALL • PAINTING drunkenness after an incident on the 600 block of West
Main Street in Palmyra on March 17, borough police said. Street in Palmyra on
March 7, borough police
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of Palmyra, was charged
with underage posses-
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PUNKS PAINT OBSCENITIES ON RESIDENCE BOZO TRIES TO BUST INTO RESTAURANT PATHETIC PUNKS ATTACK VAN
Slugs spray-painted obscenities on all four sides of a A goon removed a screen and busted a window on Losers threw dirt, mud and stones at the victim's
residence on Mabel Lane in Windsor Township on the east side of Caruso's Restaurant on West Main 1993 Ford van while it was parked on Main Street in
March 10, state police at Hamburg said. Street in Heidelberg Township, Lebanon County, Upper Bern Township between Feb. 10 and March 10,
Damages are about $200, and the victim is Jesse between March 4 and 5, police said. state police at Hamburg said.
Flammer, 43, state police said. The thug was unable to get inside. The victim is Linda Mogel, 58, of Bernville, state
POLICE: DUI SUSPECT
HAD ALTERED PLATE
A DUI suspect had an
altered registration plate
during a traffic stop at
16th and Chestnut streets POLICE: WOMAN HITS MAN
WITH CANDLESTICK HOLDER
in North Cornwall on
March 11, township
Jason Kiscadden, 29,
of Lebanon, was stopped
for a red traffic signal
violation, and was found
having an altered registra- A woman struck a man with a metal candlestick
tion plate, police said.
He placed a sticker that
POLICE: MAN BALLROOM BABE? holder after an argument turned physical on South
Harrison Street in Palmyra on March 5, township
he bought illegally on his
license plate that was SLAMS WOMAN’S police said.
Maria Winaught, 32, of Palmyra, was charged with
simple assault (domestic violence), police said.
actually expired, police
said. HEAD INTO WALL The victim was James Winaught, 30, of Palmyra,
Kiscadden also faces a A 39-year-old man
DUI charge; he had a slammed a 34-year-old
blood alcohol level of woman's head into the
.136 percent, police said. wall during a domestic
dispute on the 1200 block
of Rhode Island Avenue in
West Bradford on March
INTO TRUCK, FLEES 18, state police at
A unknown vehicle hit Embreeville said.
a green Ford truck and A man allegedly gave a 35-year-old woman a chilling
Michael Lafferty, of threat in dispute on South Geyers Church Road in
kept going on the 300 West Bradford, also struck
block of West Main Street Londonderry, state police at Harrisburg said.
the woman in the back of The suspect, Michael Cochran, 38, of Middletown,
in Annville on March 8, the head, and was charged
township police said. got into an argument with the woman and voluntarily
with simple assault, state left the residence to resolve the argument, state police
The victim is Frank police said.
Sears, 65, police said. said.
Anybody with infor- According to the state police report, Cochran then
called the woman and said he was going to move back
mation is asked to contact POLICE: SUSPECT into the residence -- even if he had to kill the woman to
police at (717) 867-2711.
ARRESTED AFTER STOP do so.
Arnaldo Lamourt, 21, Cochran was charged with terroristic threats.
POLICE: MAN FACES of Lancaster, was arrested
SIMPLE ASSAULT CHARGE
for DUI after a traffic
stop on the 2100 block of
Clifford Aponte, 21, of
Palmyra, was charged Lincoln Highway in East KATE GOSSELIN & DANCE SATELLITE RADIO
with terroristic threats
and simple assault after
an incident on West Main
Lampeter Township on
March 14, state police at
PARTNER TONY DOVOLANI Meatheads stole a
black Sirius satellite radio
from an unlocked vehicle
Street in Palmyra on
March 5, borough police
POLICE: LANCASTER MAN MOLLY DAVIS:
While it remains to be seen
on Pleasant Valley Road
in Pine Grove between
March 7 and 8, state
About 40 gallons of diesel
ARRESTED FOR DUI whether or not Kate Gosselin police at Schuylkill fuel poured into a small
Jorge Rosado Jr. 28, of Haven said. creek after an accident on
DORKS STEAL, Lancaster, was arrested
can waltz, she can certainly
tap dance. The victim is Leo Antietam Road in Alsace
USE DEBIT CARD and charged with DUI Around questions. Knepper, of Pine Grove. Township on March 5, state
police at Reading said.
Creeps stole a debit after a traffic stop on She debuts her moves on Anybody with infor- A truck-tractor driven by
card and made several Route 30 in East ABC's "Dancing With the mation is asked to contact James Hockett, 61, of
unauthorized withdrawals Lampeter Township on Stars," and in preparation she the state police at (570) Baltimore, Md., was round-
from the victim's banking March 6, state police at guest-hosted on "The View" 593-2000. ing a right curve and
account recently, police Lancaster said. slammed into a tree, state
last week. • MORE ON PAGE 31
said. The victim is Scott WOMAN'S VEHICLE police said.
The crash ruptured the
POLICE: LEBANON MAN BUSTED WITH POT
Baxter, 47, of Palmyra.
HITS DEER right side saddle tank --
A vehicle driven by spilling the fuel into the
POLICE: TEEN A Lebanon resident was busted with pected marijuana cigarette and associated Brenda Burkhart, 67, of creek.
VIOLATED DOG LAW marijuana during a search at his residence drug packaging, detectives said. Lenhartsville, struck a The spill was contained
by Alsace Manor, Goodwill
Steven Bates, 19, of on South Ninth Street on March 5, detec- Saunders was arraigned and released on deer on Route 143 in
tives said. his own recognizance, pending a prelimi- and Mt. Penn fire companies.
Lebanon, was charged Albany Township on Berks County EMA oversaw
with violating the state Devlon Saunders, 24, was charged nary hearing, detectives said. Authorities March 6, state police at the cleanup. Hockett was
dog law in Annville on with one count of possession of drug said the investigation is continuing and Hamburg said. taken to Reading Hospital
March 1, police said. paraphernalia after police found a sus- additional arrests are pending. Nobody was injured for a minor injury.
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ACCIDENT INJURES RICHLAND TEEN POLICE: LADY STOLE ITEMS FROM REDNER’S POLICE: SUSPECT’S BAC WAS .309%
A 19-year-old Richland woman was taken to Reading A 38-year-old Fredericksburg woman stole items Dale Gruff, 38, faces a DUI charge after his vehicle
Hospital after her vehicle struck a utility pole on Tulpehocken from the Redner's Warehouse Market in Bethel got stuck in the mud on Colebrook Road in
Road in Jackson Township on March 13, state police at Township Lebanon County, on March 13, state police Londonderry Township, Dauphin County, on March
Jonestown said. Alissa Capretti's 1997 Nissan Sentra traveled at Jonestown said. 12, state police at Harrisburg said.
off the roadway and hit the pole before spinning out, state Amy Hoke was charged with retail theft for steal- Gruff's blood alcohol content was .309 percent, state
police said. Capretti had moderate injures, state police said. ing items worth $58.31, state police said. police said.
POLICE: DRUG DEALERS BUSTED
VEHICLE HITS LEGALLY
An unknown vehicle
hit legally parked black
Hyundai Elantra on
Two men and one woman were arrested police said. A Lebanon County probation/parole detainer North Railroad Street in
on drug charges after authorities discov- During the March 5 bust, authorities found also was filed against Turner while a state parole Myerstown between
ered 97 grams of crack cocaine and 55 the crack and marijuana packaged both in bulk detainer was filed against Fisher, officials said. March 11 and 12, state
grams of marijuana during a search, coun- and for street delivery, and also discovered a Officers from the Lebanon County police at Jonestown said.
ty detectives said. drug weighing scale, cooking spoon, razor Detective Bureau, Lebanon city police, the The Hyundai, which is
Sheena Battle, 38, Kevin Turner, 28, and blades, blunt cigars and drug packaging, Lebanon County Emergency Services Unit, owned by Joseph Dettery,
Simar Fisher, 30, face numerous charges, detectives said. the Cornwall police, the Lebanon County pro- of Myerstown, had
including 1 count of possession with intent to The estimated street value of the cocaine is bation/parole department, North Londonderry scrapes and broken mir-
deliver crack cocaine, possession of crack about $7,500, and the marijuana is worth police and the Pennsylvania National Guard ror, state police said.
cocaine, possession of marijuana and posses- $550, detectives said. The suspects were Counterdrug Program participated in the Anybody with infor-
sion with the intent to deliver marijuana, arraigned with bail set for $50,000 each. investigation. mation is asked to contact
the state police at (717)
SNEEZE SPARKS POLICE: SUSPECT FACES
A sneeze caused an accident at the
BURSTS INTO FLAMES
A teenager's vehicle burst into flames after an acci-
CHARGES AFTER INCIDENT
Terry Walters II, 21, of
Harrisburg, faces a DUI
intersection of routes 61 and 662 in dent on Miller Road in Middle Paxton Township, charge after an incident
Shoemakersville on March 10, state Dauphin County, on March 10, state police at Harrisburg along Legionaire Road at
police at Hamburg said. said. Interstate 78 in Bethel
Driver James Fallon, 84, of A speeding Ford Focus driven by Shelby Hower, 19, Township, Lebanon
Bethlehem, was starting to sneeze and of Dauphin, lost control, traveled off the roadway and County, on March 14,
couldn't stop, state police said. overturned, state police said. state police at Jonestown
His vehicle rear-ended a vehicle driv- After traveling another 50 feet, the vehicle came to
en by Beth Rehrer, 43, of Reading, state said.
rest upright and caught on fire, state police said.
Hower escaped the vehicle with minor injuries.
SLUGS SWIPE CDs
Jerks entered the vic-
tim's parked Saturn and
swiped 25 CDs on Locust
Grove Road in
Dauphin County between
March 11 and 12, state
KEPPLEY’S TIRE CENTER police at Harrisburg said.
The victim is Jennifer
Miller, 34, state police
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mation is asked to contact
the state police at (717)
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on Old Route 22 in Upper
TIRE DISPOSAL Bern Township between
March 11 and 12, state
police at Hamburg said.
610-589-5949 The victims are Donald
Kratz, 35, of Bethel, Peter
Kratz, 28, of Bethel, and
HOURS: Monday-Friday 8-5; Saturday 8-1 Douglas Kratz, 27, of
Leesport, state police
Anybody with infor-
mation is asked to contact
the state police at (610)
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MAN’S VEHICLE HITS RAIL, EMBANKMENT POLICE: MAN CURSED AT CASINO SECURITY ANIMAL CAUSES ROUTE 22 ACCIDENT
A vehicle driven by Matthew Rough, 21, of A man cursed and yelled at security after being An animal caused an accident in East Hanover Township,
Manheim, lost control on a wet Route 72 and slammed told to leave the Hollywood Casino at Penn National Lebanon County, on March 12, state police at Jonestown said.
into a guide rail in North Cornwall on March 13, police on March 13, state police said. A vehicle driven by Carrie Flanagan, 31, of Palmyra, swerved
said. After impact, Rough’s vehicle crossed both lanes to miss the animal on Route 22 and struck the center concrete
John Raymond, 49, of Edgewood, Md., was cited barrier, state police said. Flanagan was taken to Hershey
and hit an embankment, police said. for public drunkenness, state police said.
Nobody was injured. Medical Center for treatment of injuries, state police said.
POLICE: UPPER DARBY
POLICE: MAN, 70, PULLED
POLICE: MAN CHARGED
MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI WITH SIMPLE ASSAULT
Montae Vanderhorst, 22, Thomas O'Hara, 30, of
of Upper Darby, was Fredericksburg, was
arrested for DUI after a charged with simple assault
traffic stop on Maple and and harassment after a
WOMAN ONTO HIS LAP
10th streets in Lebanon on physical confrontation at
March 14, state police at North Mechanic Street in
Jonestown said. Bethel Township, Lebanon
County, on March 14, state
POLICE: TEEN police at Jonestown said.
The victim is Lisa
POSSESSED POT A 70-year-old man made inappropriate sexual Leroy Kline, 70, of Lebanon, was charged with O'Hara, 27, of
Billy Wilson, 19, of comments to a 41-year-old woman -- and pulled her harassment, state police said. Fredericksburg, state police
Lebanon, was arrested for onto his lap -- during an incident on Feb. 3, state The victim, who is a Lebanon resident, left the scene said.
possession of marijuana
after an incident on Route police at Jonestown said. without incident, state police said.
422 at Bachman Road in VEHICLE HITS LIGHT POLE
TROOPERS TO CRACK DOWN
POLICE: STUDENT FOUGHT STAFF MEMBERS
Annville on March 12, state
police at Jonestown said. AT SCHOOL, FLEES
ON DRUNKEN DRIVERS A suspect drove through
A student got into a fight with staff 10, state police at Harrisburg said. Boozing drivers better the front yard of Elco High
OFFICIALS: MAN ARRESTED members at the Yellow Breeches School The student was charged with aggra- think twice before getting School and slammed into a
FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT on Pine Tree Avenue in West Hanover vated assault, simple assault and harass- behind the wheel.
That's because the state
light pole on Elco Drive in
Jackson Township on
Charles Fessler IV, 24, of Township, Dauphin County, on March ment, state police said.
Lebanon, was arrested for police at Jonestown will be March 9, state police at
participating in the Jonestown said.
disorderly conduct and pub-
lic drunkenness after an inci-
VEHICLE HITS PARKED STATE POLICE, LEGION TO OFFER PROGRAM FOR KIDS Pennsylvania State Police The pole fell across Elco
dent on Route 72 in Union VEHICLE, FLEES SCENE The Pennsylvania American Legion is seeking appli- Checkpoint Strikeforce Drive and was later hit a by
Township, Lebanon County, A vehicle struck a cants for the annual "State Police Youth Week" program program in April. passing vehicle, state police
on March 12, state police at parked 2008 Ford designed for young people with an interest in careers in The checkpoint sites are said.
Jonestown said. Explorer and fled the law enforcement or military service. selected from data collect- Anybody with informa-
scene in the area of Pine The program, which is open to Pennsylvania youths ed for areas that have tion is asked to contact the
who will have completed their sophomore, junior or sen- shown high alcohol-related state police at (717) 865-
VEHICLES COLLIDE Creek Road and Grove
ior year of high school prior to June 13, will be held June incidents. 2194.
Street in West Brunswick
IN TILDEN TWP Township on March 15, 13-19 at York College.
Vehicles driven by state police at Schuylkill Those selected as cadets will engage in team-building
TROOPERS: DUI POLICE: LEBANON MAN
Gladys Matz, 60, of Port and self-esteem exercises and learn about Pennsylvania
Carbon, and Pamela
law, forensic sciences, use of radar, riot control, tactical DRIVER HAD POT FACES DUI CHARGE
Franklin, 43, of The victim is Bradley Fields, 39, of
Georgiann Davis, 53, of drug operations and other law enforcement-related topics. Adam Schlegel, 21, of
Shoemakersville, were Cadets will march to their classes in platoon formation Lebanon, was arrested for Lebanon, faces a DUI
involved in an accident at Summit Hill, state police DUI and possession of charge after a traffic stop at
said. and have drill competition. Recreational activities will be the intersection of T601 and
the exit to Cracker Barrel scheduled as time permits. The program is not a recre- marijuana after a traffic
on Industrial Drive in Anybody with informa- stop on Route 422 in Route 72 in Union
tion is asked to contact the ational camp or a disciplinary camp for problem youths. Township, Lebanon County,
Tilden Township on March Interested youths can obtain an application by calling Annville on March 12,
17, state police at Hamburg state police at (570) 593- state police at Jonestown on March 12, state police at
said. Nobody was injured. 717-730-9100. Jonestown said.
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POLICE: MAN ASSAULTED WOMAN MEATHEADS STEAL ATV POLICE: WANTED MAN GAVE FALSE NAME
A 34-year-old Palmyra man is accused of assaulting a Lowlifes stole a blue Yamaha Blaster 4-wheel A wanted man presented police with a false name in the
woman in an apartment on North Railroad Street in Palmyra ATV from a property on Route 737 in Kempton, parking lot of Matthews Public Library in Bethel Township,
on Feb. 9, police said. Alvin Wise was charged with simple state police at Hamburg said. The ATV is worth Lebanon County, on March 11, state police at Jonestown
assault (domestic violence), arraigned and sent to Lebanon about $200, and the victim is Thomas Miller, 59, said. Jose Gonzalez, 49, of Lebanon, was arrested after it was
County Prison in lieu of $15,000 bail, police said. state police said. Anybody with information is asked determined he was wanted in New Jersey for a parole viola-
The victim is Jenna Gingrich, 20, of Palmyra, police said. to contact state police at (610) 562-6885. tion, state police said.
CREEPS SWIPE COMPUTER, CAMERA
Creeps stole a Sony laptop computer and a Nikkon
digital camera from an unlocked Chevrolet SUV on
The computer is worth $500, and the camera costs POLICE: GUIDANCE
Schoolhouse Road in Londonderry Township, Dauphin $100, police said.
County, between March 10 and 11, state police at The victim is a 32-year-old Middletown man.
SEX WITH STUDENT
Give a gift for the HEART A Pine Grove Area High School guidance counselor
had sexual relations with a female student, police said.
Heather Cook, 33, was arraigned on 50 counts of cor-
ruption of minors, police said.
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POLICE: WOMAN GAVE
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A 48-year-old Minersville woman is accused of giv-
ing state police a bogus story that her rental car was
stolen, officials said.
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unlocked 2001 Dodge Stratus from the parking lot of the
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• Women & children self-defense dow of front door with an
air-gun on the 600 block
dow of a man's 1991
Dodge van on South
of West Main Street in Fifth Avenue in South
Palmyra on March 8, bor- Lebanon on March 12,
• Buy 1 ough police said. township police said.
massa The victim is Shelly The victim is Donald
gift cer g
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VEHICLE, FLEES SCENE
A vehicle struck a blue
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windshield of a 1991 the scene on the 400
and Humana members ( one
Pontiac 6000 LE parked
in front of a residence on
block of North Railroad
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Haven said. The victim is Brianne
102 N. 3rd Street, Womelsdorf The victim is Mark
Schaeffer, 41, of Pine
Grove. Anybody with
Luchau, 24, of Palmyra,
Evidence at the scene
610.589.5213 • www.ljsfitness.net information is asked to
contact the state police at
indicates the hit-run vehi-
cle was a larger Ford
model, police said.
PA G E 1 4 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
POLICE: MOM, DAUGHTER BRAWL
POLICE: MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT
A 47-year-old man is accused of Street in Palmyra, police said. He was arraigned and sent to
A mother and her daughter got into a fight on the
1500 block of Stouff Road in West Bradford on March
6, state police at Embreeville said.
intimidating and assaulting a Mark Polaski, of Palmyra, was Lebanon County Prison in lieu of Nicole McGarry, 32, of Downingtown, and Jane
Palmyra woman during an incident charged with simple assault and $20,000 bail. The victim is Jennifer Hollway, 49, of Downingtown face harassment charges
on the 500 block of West Main intimidation of a victim, police said. Emrich, 29, of Palmyra, police said. after the physical altercation, state police said.
CRASH KILLS MAN
MAN TO HOSP
A 69-year-old man was
taken to the hospital after
a an accident in
Lebanon County, on
March 7, state police at
A 1997 Ford Mustang
driven by Tony Shirk, 20, A 49-year-old Lebanon man was Mitsubishi driven by Brian Huhnke were
POLICE: MAN ARRESTED
of Myerstown, traveled killed in a two-vehicle accident on involved in an accident at mile marker
into the opposing lane on
Hopeland Road, and a
FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING Interstate 81 in East Hanover 83, state police said. Huhnke was pro-
Jeffrey Daman, 20, of Township, Lebanon County, on March nounced dead at the scene by the
1985 Honda Gold Wing Landenberg, was arrested for 13, state police at Jonestown said. Lebanon County Coroner's Office, state
driven by Roland Ebert, of underage drinking at Sharp and A 1998 Pontiac driven by Rhonda police said. Gettle was injured and taken
Denver, swerved to avoid Bucktoe roads in New Garden Gettle, 26, of Williamstown, and a 1999 to Hershey Medical Center.
Shirk's vehicle, state on March 6, police said.
Ebert's vehicle lost con-
trol and slid off the road-
way, state police said.
Ebert suffered moderate
injuries and was taken to PISTOL 39th Annual
Hospital. Fools stole a firearm
from a vehicle that was
parked on Bellevue
POLICE: TWO Avenue in Salisbury
Cotty Lukk, 20, of
Chadds Ford, and Jeffrey
Nugent, 21, of
Township between March
1 and 11, state police at
The firearm is a Kahr
Coatesville, were arrested
for possession of marijua-
na after police stopped a
speeding vehicle on Route
Arms TP9 9mm semi-
automatic pistol, and the
victim is Danny Elliott,
state police said.
202 on March 11, Anybody with informa-
Tredyffrin police said. tion is asked to contact the
state police at (717) 299-
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on Route 462 and Old Losers stole two snow-
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Lampeter Township on Deere tractor from Little's
March 7, state police at of Pottstown in South
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Bozos busted the pas- 11, state police at
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vehicle and stole a GPS The jerks forced open www.lebcobuilders.com or call 272-6252 Countertops, and Geo Thermal Systems
unit on the 100 block of a door to get inside, state
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PA G E 1 5 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
FIRE DESTROYS BUILDING PATHETIC PUNKS STEAL TOWNSHIP’S GENERATOR CREEPS STEAL LAPTOP, PURSE FROM VEHICLES
An accidental fire destroyed a building on Mascot Road in Goons grabbed a Tredyffrin Township generator Bozos busted into two vehicles and swiped a laptop
Leacock Township on March 1, state police at Lancaster said. between Feb. 12 and 22, police said. and a purse in church parking lot.
The blaze was under control in about an hour, and nobody The generator had been placed at the intersection of The thugs broke out window to get inside the vehi-
was injured. The fire started at the wood stove in the base- Valley Forge Road and South Swedesford Road to pro- cles in the parking lot of he Central Presbyterian
ment, police said. Damages are about $135,000. The owners vide power for operation of a traffic signal after an Church on Uwchlan Avenue in Downingtown on Feb.
of the building are Christ Riehl Jr. and Christ Riehl Sr. incident involving a damaged electric pole, police said. 23, police said.
POLICE: MAN PUNCHED WOMAN IN HEAD
John Gillen, 19, was
charged with drug posses-
A Coatesville man allegedly punched a Washington, threw the victim to the bed, and the victim by the hair, neck and arms, causing sion and related offenses
female victim in the head and pushed her covered her nose and mouth with this hand injury, police said. Washington did leave the after an incident in
face into the wall several times during a saying "shut up." residence after the mother said she called Parkesburg on Feb. 16,
domestic incident on Madison Street in The victim broke free from Washington and police, officials said. Washington faces numer- police said.
Coatesville on March 3, city police said. went into her mother's room, police said. ous charges, including aggravated assault and
Police said the suspect, Edward Washington kicked in the door and grabbed simple assault, police said. POLICE: PEACH BOTTOM
MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI
OVERTURNED POLICE: DEVON
Andrew Emerick, of
Peach Bottom, was arrest-
VEHICLE RESIDENT ed for DUI after a traffic
HITS BERM DRIVER, CAUSES SHOVES STORE
stop on Route 272 in East
Drumore Township on
March 6, state police at
An overturned vehicle
traveled and hit a berm on
Emerick also was
charged with unautho-
the roadway during an A spider caused an A Devon resident
accident on Sugars Bridge allegedly shoved the store rized use of an automo-
accident on Slate Hill bile and traffic-related
Road in West Bradford Road in Drumore Township on manager during an incident
Township on Feb. 24, state at the Rite-Aid on the 600 offenses, state police
March 5, state police at Lancaster said.
police at Embreeville said. block of Lancaster Avenue
said. in Devon on Feb. 26, police
The vehicle, driven by The spider distracted the driv- said.
Michael Powers, 35, of
Downingtown, hit a large
er, a 16-year-old Peach Bottom Nehemiah Harrington, VEHICLES SMACK UP
ball of ice before eventual-
girl, and the vehicle drove into 39, allegedly knocked IN WEST BRADFORD
ly flipping, state police
snow before hitting a guidewire down several items from a Vehicles driven by
said. that was attached to a utility shelf after discovering a Ferna Majewicz, 60, of
The upside-down vehi- pole, state police said. rain check couldn’t be Thorndale, and Harry
cle kept on traveling before Nobody was injured. issued for a non-existing Kennedy Jr., 64, of
hitting the berm, state item, police said. Coatesville, were
police said. When leaving the store, involved in an accident
POLICE: MAN STOLE
Powers suffered a minor police said Harrington on Route 162 in West
injury. POLICE: DOWNINGTOWN shoved the store manager. Bradford Township on
MAN ARRESTED FOR THEFT Harrington was cited March 2, state police at
RENTED TV, COMPUTER A Downingtown man for disorderly conduct, Embreeville said.
swiped a vehicle and money police said.
ARRESTED FOR DUI without permission from the
Nobody was injured.
Amy Brecker, 28, of A man stole a rented TV and computer from a Rent- owner, police said. POLICE: MAN ARRESTED
East Fallowfield was A-Center in East Pikeland Township, police said. Coatesville police stopped FOR RETAIL THEFT DOG FOUND
arrested for DUI after a A warrant has been issued for John Vogt, whose last the vehicle driven by Oscar RUNNING IN LOT
traffic stop on Route 322 Zachary Robinette, 21,
known address was in Phoenixville, police said. Williams III, 46, police said. A dog was found run-
in West Bradford Williams, who was arrested
of Downingtown, was
The value of the stolen items is about $1,700. arrested for retail theft ning around the
Township on Feb. 28, Anybody with information on Vogt’s whereabouts is for theft, had outstanding
state police at Embreeville after trying leave CVS McDonald's parking lot
asked to contact police at (610) 935-0606. warrants, police said.
said. without paying on West on Lincoln Highway in
Lancaster Avenue in Salisbury Township on
POLICE: MAN Downingtown, police March 2, state police at
ARRESTED AFTER CRASH said. Lancaster said.
Gregory Vanzanten Jr., The black-and-white
KYLE’S AUTO TAGS 20, of Coatesville, was
arrested for DUI after a one-
vehicle crash on West Kings
dog is a shepherd and
Anybody who is miss-
and INSURANCE Highway in West Caln
Township on Feb. 26, state
police at Embreeville said.
Fools stole three fork-
lifts from Dopaco on
Boot Road in
ing the described dog is
asked to contact ORCHA
at (717) 397-8922.
“Always less than the bigwigs” VEHICLES COLLIDE
Feb. 24 and 25, police POLICE: MAN DIDN’T
• Fully bonded messenger service IN WEST BRADFORD said.
PAY FOR ITEMS
Vehicles driven by
• Instant titling • Instant renewals • Notary Antonio Fair, 21, of LOWLIFES SMASH Anthony Filipone, 63,
of Wayne, was cited for
Philadelphia, and John
Weber, 58, of Honey
VEHICLE WINDOW retail theft after allegedly
OVER 20 YEARS Bozos busted out a placing about $20 in
529 E. Gay St. • Gay St. Plaza Brook, were involved in an
back window of a vehicle merchandise in his
OF AUTO TAG accident on Route 322 in
pockets without paying
EXPERIENCE 610-429-1447 West Bradford Township on the 2400 block of
West Swedesford Road in for them at the Acme in
www.kylesautotags.com on Feb. 24, state police at
Malvern on Feb. 18, Devon on March 1,
Nobody was injured. police said. police said.
PA G E 1 6 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
ARRESTED FOR DUI:
BRICK BOZOS ATTACK SCHOOL BUS
Tonia Schlegel, of Lancaster, Lowlifes fired a brick through
was arrested for DUI after a a school bus' windshield in the
traffic stop on routes 462 and parking lot of the Eshbach Bus
30 in East Lampeter Township Company in Holtwood between
on March 11, state police at March 10 and 11, state police at
Lancaster said. Lancaster said.
POLICE: MAN ARRESTED
AFTER DOMESTIC INCIDENT
A 43-year-old Collegeville man
injured a victim during a physical
ple assault, terroristic threats, harass-
ment, public drunkenness and disorderly
domestic incident on the 200 block of conduct, police said.
West Lancaster Avenue in While in custody, Johnson made fur-
Downingtown on Feb. 22, police said. ther threats of body injury in reference to
Jeffrey Johnson was arrested for sim- the victim, police said.
CHAIN-REACTION ACCIDENT SENDS 2 TO HOSP POLICE: PHOENIXVILLE EASTER SUNDAY BUFFET
A driver and a passenger were taken to a hospital after LADY ARRESTED FOR DUI Served 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
a chain-reaction accident that involved three vehicles. Jacqueline Yeager, 25,
Vehicles driven by Joshua Rhodes, 33, of Lewistown, of Phoenixville, was FEATURING:
Jeremiah Johnson, 29, of Coatesville, and Gregory arrested for DUI after a
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PA G E 1 8 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
FOOLS FIRE METAL OBJECT INTO BIZ VEHICLES COLLIDE IN BANK’S PARKING LOT LOSER STEALS MAN’S IDENTITY, OPENS ACCOUNTS
Jerks fired a small oblong metal object through a Vehicles driven by Frank Boyer, 50, of Lebanon, A jerk in Erie stole a Wayne man’s identity and
screen door, glass door and glass window at Hoober and Linda Wilson, 66, of Mt. Gretna, were involved opened a new bank account and several credit cards
Inc. on Old Philadelphia Pike in Leacock Township on in an accident in the parking lot of Fulton Bank on recently, police said.
March 9, state police at Lancaster said. The damage is Quentin Road in North Cornwall on March 9, town- The suspect used the victim’s Social Security num-
about $300. Anybody with information is asked to con- ship police said. ber, police said.
tact the state police at (717) 299-7650. Nobody was injured.
DORKS DISARM BIZ’S ALARM SYSTEM
ACCIDENTa SERIOUSLY INJURES 2 MAN’S VEHICLE HITS UTILITY POLE
A vehicle driven by David Lankford, 40, of Womelsdorf,
Cunning creeps disarmed the alarm system of a con-
venience store, but fled after a newspaper delivery
driver startled them, state police at Schuylkill Haven
A driver and passenger was flown to the hospital struck a utility pole on North Market Street in Heidelberg said.
Township, Lebanon County, on March 12, state police at The jerks cut wires to disable the alarm system and
after a their 2001 Kia Sportage slammed into a pole Jonestown said.
building on Meadow Drive in South Manheim Township forced their way into the Super Gas on Route 61 in West
on March 8, state police at Schuylkill Haven said. Brunswick Township on March 7, state police said.
A vehicle driven by Alicia Anthony, 20, of Auburn, HOME DEPOT TRUCK STRIKES BOLLARD, FLEES The slugs grabbed cigarettes and money and tried to
lost control and rolled over onto its sides before hitting A Home Depot truck struck a bollard -- knocking it over -- force open the store's ATM machine.
and left the scene at the intersection of routes 934 and 422 on A newspaper delivery driver, who was dropping off news-
the pole building, state police said. March 5, police said. Anybody with information is asked to paper bundles at the front, rattled them, state police said.
Anthony and Paul Zuk, 21, of Auburn, sustained seri- contact police at (717) 867-2711. Officials said the suspects bolted out the front doors and
ous injuries and were flown to Leigh Valley Medical ran toward a field -- leaving behind the cigarettes and
Center, state police said.
A vehicle parked inside the pole building was dam- POLICE: BERNVILLE WOMAN RECEIVES HARASSING CALLS some of the money.
Lauren Nye, 20, of Bernville, received harassing restricted Anybody with information is asked to contact the state
age by the impact. cell phone calls between Feb. 23 and March 9, state police said. police at (570) 593-2000.
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PA G E 1 9 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
JERK BREAKS WINDOW AT BIZ
POLICE: WANTED MAN WAS DRIVING THE WRONG WAY
A wanted man was bagged after Martin Zavala, 28, of Newark, Del., duct, and also was found to have an
A bozo broke into the rear window at Family
Practice of Honey Brook on Pequea Avenue on
March 6, state police at Embreeville said.
driving the wrong way on the 700 was seen driving westbound in the outstanding warrant, police said. Nothing was reported missing.
block of Cypress Street in New eastbound lanes of traffic, police said. He was taken to Chester County Anybody with information is asked to contact the
Garden on March 8, police said. Hwas arrested for disorderly con- prison. state police at (484) 340-3241.
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A man struck his father with a cane -- twice -- dur-
ing an incident in their Coatesville home on March 5,
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Matthew B. Gonsalves was charged with simple
assault after the incident, police said.
He hit Matthew Gonsalves Sr. in the left arm with the
cane two times during a verbal argument, police said.
Matthew B. Gonsalves admitted to hitting his father,
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Thugs used a skimming device on an ATM and made
Full Set $291 $242 Full Set. .$354 $295 Full Set $400 $335 several unauthorized purchases, using the victims’ cred-
Queen Set $327 $272 Queen Set $399 $335 Queen Set $467 $389 it-card information, police said.
King Set $610 $505 King Set $695 $579 The losers attached the device to the ATM located at
Trumark Bank at the Gateway Shopping Center in
Wayne, police said.
The punks used the victims’ account info to withdraw
PREMIER SUPER FIRM ULTRA-PLUSH PILLOW NOT SO THICK several thousand dollars in the Philadelphia and
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Queen Set $799 $699 Queen Set $699 $599 and a 15-year-old Malvern Philadelphia, was arrested
King Set $799 $699 King Set $999 $899 King Set $899 $799 boy were arrested for pos- for DUI on Route 202 on
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HIT GARAGE DOOR POLICE: MAN
Slugs spray-painted graf- URINATED IN PUBLIC
fiti on a garage door on the A man was arrested
300 block of South Union after urinating in public,
Street in Kennett Square on police said.
March 6, police said. Jose Zavala, 51, of
Kennett Square was
LOWLIFES WRITE arrested for disorderly
conduct after the incident
BAD CHECKS on the 300 block of
Creeps wrote several
fraudulent checks on a
Scarlett Road in New
HOURS: Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Fri 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Garden on March 11,
Wayne resident’s account
recently, police said. police said.
PA G E 2 0 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
FLIPPED VEHICLE TRAVELS 75 FEET
Pathetic punks smashed sever-
al mailboxes on Refton and
A vehicle flipped onto the dri- state police at Embreeville said. Wilmington Road and overturned, was found a day after the crash, Hollow roads in Strasburg and
ver's side and traveled another 75 A vehicle driven by Phillip state police said. The vehicle went state police said. He told troopers Providence township between
feet during an accident in Sunners Jr. 35, of Parkesburg, spun onto its side and slid another 75 had a small cut to his right side of March 9 and 10, state police at
Sadsbury Township on March 6, out of control on a left curve on Old feet. Sunners fled the scene, and his ribs, state police said. Lancaster said.
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PA G E 2 1 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
2-VEHICLE ACCIDENT INJURES 3
Three people -- including a 5-year-old boy -- were dent on Drytown Road in Martic Township, state police
THUG TRIES TO BUST INTO BIZ
A goon tried to break into Tri-Tech Automotive on
Jefferson Avenue in Downingtown between March 5
injured after a two-vehicle accident on Feb. 25, state said. and 6, police said.
police at Lancaster said. Gabriel and passenger James Madonna, 5, of The loser couldn’t get inside and nothing was
Vehicles driven by Tara Gabriel, 25, of Holtwood, and Holtwood, had minor injuries, and Yockey had a moder- taken.
Julianna Yockey, 40, of Lititz, were involved in the acci- ate injury, state police said.
POLICE: INTERCOURSE POLICE: MAN ARRESTED
MAN FACES DUI CHARGE AFTER TRAFFIC STOP
Clayton Renshaw, 68, Noe Salazar-Arellano,
of Intercourse, was arrest- 23, of Kennett Square,
ed for DUI after a traffic was arrested for DUI
stop on Route 741 and after a traffic stop on the
Hoover Road in Salisbury 300 block of West State
Township on March 6, Street in Kennett Square
state police at Lancaster on March 5, police said.
A Coatesville man was charged after a road-rage woman's vehicle after tailgating her, state police said. BEER BOTTLE BOZO
OFFICIALS: MAN incident on Route 30 in Caln Township on March 5, Reigner was charged with harassment and related offens- BREAKS WINDOW AT BIZ
ARRESTED AFTER STOP state police at Embreeville said. es, state police said. Anybody with information on this inci- A jerk fired a beer bot-
Kevin Finnie Jr., 23, of Bryan Riegner struck a 49-year-old Coatesville dent is asked to contact the state police at (484) 340-3241. tle the busted a window
Lancaster, was arrested of a business on the 100
for DUI after a traffic block of East State Street
stop at routes 30 and 462 POLICE: DUI in Kennett Square on
CIG CAUSES CRASH
in East Lampeter March 6, police said.
Township on March 6,
state police at Lancaster SUSPECT GAVE POLICE: MAN CITED
said. A vehicle went up embankment and overturned after FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT
the driver reached for a cigarette on Martic Heights Hashim Fountain, 20,
POLICE: FUGITIVE NABBED Drive in Martic Township on Feb. 28, state A DUI suspect gave was cited for disorderly
IN DOWNINGTOWN police at Lancaster said. police an incorrect name conduct for a loud stereo
Ashley Gast, 21, of Quarryville, leaned and he turned out to be a on the 100 block of East
A fugitive was arrested
down to retrieve the cigarette from the wanted man, police said. State Street in Kennett
after a domestic dispute at
passenger area and drove off the Derrick Phillip, of Square on March 6,
Black Hawk Apartments
road, police said. Chester, was screeching police said.
in Downingtown on
The vehicle drove up the his vehicle's tires and
March 1, police said. Eric
embankment and flipped speeding before being
Rascoe, 35, of
Downingtown, had out- with the roof hitting a stopped on Merchant POLICE: TEEN CITED
standing warrants and was utility pole, police Street in Coatesville, FOR HARASSMENT
said. police said. A 16-year-old juvenile
taken into custody, police
Gast suffered Phillips initially told was cited for harassment
a moderate police he was "Antonio after a disturbance at the
injury. Phillips," police said. DEC school on Manor
LOWLIFES STEAL Phillips was wanted on Avenue on March 2,
SATELLITE RADIO an active bench warrant
and had a DUI suspended
Slugs swiped a satellite
license, police said.
car radio after busting in
the side windows of a He faces numerous POLICE: MAN CITED
vehicle in the parking lot charges including DUI AFTER INCIDENT AT EATERY
of Motion Physical and false identification to Daniel Orourke, 27, of
CREEPS STEAL WALLET,
Therapy in East Caln law enforcement, police Downingtown, was cited
Township on March 1, UTILITY TRAILER said. for disorderly conduct
police said. Lowlifes stole a utility after creating a distur-
USE CREDIT CARDS
trailer from the Old Forge bance at the Primavera
POLICE: MAN ARRESTED
Crossing parking lot in
Wayne on March 1, police
CHARGED AFTER CRASH Restaurant on East
Lancaster Avenue in
Frederick Good, 52, of
AT CHECKPOINT said. Punks pilfered a woman's wallet that contained cred-
Honey Brook was arrested Downingtown on March
Steven Clark, 44, of it cards and later used those cards to make unauthorized 5, police said.
for DUI and possession of
Marietta, was arrested for BB BOZOS purchases, state police at Lancaster said.
a controlled substance
The thugs entered the Dollar General Store on
DUI at a stationary DUI
checkpoint on Route 30
SHOOT OUT WINDOW Lincoln Highway in Paradise Township on March 6 and
after a crash on Suplee PUNKS PILFER
in Paradise Township on
BB bozos shot out a win-
dow on West Newport Road
grabbed the wallet in the employee-only portion of the
Road in Honey Brook on
March 5, state police at
March 6, state police at in Leacock Township on business, state police said. Jerks stole a registra-
Embreeville said. tion plate off a man's
Lancaster said. March 9, state police at The jerks then made charges on the credit cards in the
Lancaster said. area. vehicle at the Townsedge
POLICE: MANHEIM MAN The victim is Samuel VEHICLE SPINS OUT, Shopping Center in
ARRESTED FOR DUI
Esch, of Ronks. POLICE: WEST CHESTER WOMAN CHARGED WITH DUI HITS UTILITY POLE Providence Township on
March 5, state police at
Lillian Lopez, 30, of West Chester, was charged with A vehicle driven by
Keith Brill, 45, of
Manheim, was arrested for
POLICE: GAP MAN DUI after being stopped for speeding on March 8, police
said. Lopez was going 53 mph in a 35-mph zone, police
Mark Vogel, 42, of
The victim is Roy
ARRESTED FOR DUI Coatesville, spun out on
DUI after being stopped said. an ice-covered roadway Castle III, of Quarryville,
for speeding on Route 30 Michael Cox, 57, of Gap, state police said.
was arrested for DUI after a and hit a utility pole on
at Malleable Road in West
Hempfield Township on traffic stop on Kinsers Road CREEPS BREAK INTO VEHICLES, STEAL GPS UNITS Old Wilmington Road in Anybody with infor-
mation is asked to contact
and Route 30 in Paradise Goons grabbed two GPS units after busting into two Sadsbury Township on
March 5, state police at vehicles on Plaza Drive in Downingtown on March 7, March 4, state police at the state police at (717)
Township on March 7, state
Lancaster said. police at Lancaster said. police said. The value of the loss was about $450. Embreeville said. 299-7650.
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BURGLAR DAMAGES WINDOW POLICE: MAN HAD CRACK, POT CREEPY LOSERS TAKE COMPUTER, TOOLS FROM WORK VAN
A burglar busted into a home in Albany Township on A Chester man was busted with crack cocaine and Bozos stole a laptop computer and tools from a man's
March 10, state police at Hamburg said. marijuana after being see urinating in the area of the work van on Walnut Road in Honey Brook between Feb.
A male, who was taped on a security camera in the 700 block of Lumber Street in Coatesville on March 28 and March 1, state police at Embreeville said.
home, forcibly entered the residence by damaging a win- 12, city police said. The suspect, Desmond Jackson, The victim is Donald Kline, 48, of Honey Brook.
dow, state police said. No items were reported missing. The who faces numerous drug-related charges, also was Anybody with information is asked to contact the
victim is James Heeps, of Fogelsville, state police said. wanted in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, police said. state police at (484) 340-3241.
LOWLIFES STEAL CAMERA,
5TH DEFENDANT GUILTY
GAMES FROM VEHICLE
Goons entered an
unlocked 2001 Dodge
Caravan and grabbed a
Canon Power Shot cam-
era and three Wii video
games on Dotterer Road
in Kempton between
March 18 and 20, state MAN CONVICTED OF SECOND-DEGREE MURDER IN SHOOTING
AP -- A fifth defendant has been convict- Andres Morales of second-degree murder, 36-year-old Richard Bermudez and 61-year-old
police at Hamburg said.
The jerks also swiped a ed in the July 2007 shooting death of a robbery, and related offenses in the shooting Carlos Bermudez. A jury in January convicted
folder that contained the father of two who had been scheduled to death of 21-year-old Christian Oliveras in 21-year-old Tyrell Jones of second-degree mur-
victim's personal informa- plead guilty in a drug case. West Chester. der. All are from Coatesville except for Molina,
tion, state police said. Chester County Court Judge Thomas G. Pleading guilty earlier to third-degree murder who is from West Chester, and all are to be sen-
The value of the items Gavin on March 15 convicted 21-year-old and conspiracy were 31-year-old Efrain Molina, tenced on April 5.
is about $255, and the
victim is Jill Fix, 39, of
Kempton, state police
Anybody with infor-
mation is asked to contact
the state police at (610)
PETE TO PARTICIPATE AIRBORNE
A driver went on a har-
BIG RIG PINS VEHICLE rowing ride after falling
A Mack tractor-trailer
IN PHILLY BASEBALL PANEL asleep behind the wheel.
A 2006 Jeep Liberty,
hit a 2000 Volkswagen Baseball season is right around the driven by Bryon
and pinned it against the
concrete median on
corner and the Phillies are poised to
make a historic run to their third con-
secutive World Series.
AT A GLANCE Swartzlander, 36, of Tower
City, struck a stone wall on
Route 30 in East Caln WHAT: Philly Baseball Route 209 in Porter
WCHE (1520 AM) in West Chester Forum. Township after
Township on March 10, is marking the beginning of the season
state police at WHEN: 1 p.m., March 27 Swartzlander fell asleep,
with a historic event for the station and
Embreeville said. its sports department. WCHE Radio WHERE: Winners Circle state police said.
will hold its first Philly Baseball Sports Grille in Exton Mike Raffaele and Eric Fisher who all After impact, state police
The driver of the said Swartzlander's vehicle
Forum live at the Winners Circle ON THE AIR: The event share the common thread of being pas-
Volkswagen, Isaias sionate about the game of baseball. It slammed into a mailbox, a
Sanchez, 22, of Sports Grille in Exton on March 27 will be broadcast live on
from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. WCHE 1520-AM. really is going to be a treat to be a part tree and a dirt embankment
Coatesville, was taken to The event will feature a live call-in of and I’m especially excited for our -- before going airborne.
Brandywine Hospital, from Pete Rose. listeners." The vehicle flipped sev-
state police said. Owner and Publisher of the West
Sports Director Matt Lombardo will The highlight of the event will be a eral times before winding
Chester Courier Michael Raffaele and
The truck driver, Troy moderate over an all-star panel of West Chester Courier columnist Eric
live call in from Phillies legend Pete up on its roof, state police
Spencer, 46, of Wenonah, Phillies and baseball experts to discuss, Rose. said.
N.J., was not injured. preview and debate issues that face the "Bill (Werndl) was able to pull off the Swartzlander had a
"The amount of experience and the
Phillies and Major League Baseball rare feat of booking Pete Rose," minor injury.
wealth of baseball knowledge on this
entering the 2010 season. Lombardo said. "Pete is typically pretty
DOPEY DORKS STEAL "I’m excited about the event,"
panel is incredible," Lombardo said.
"You have Bill Werndl who’s a broad-
limited on who he’ll speak with in the
DECOYS FROM YARD Lombardo said. "Ever since I joined
the station it’s been my goal to bring
casting pioneer in this city.
media. Bill was able to wrangle him for
WCHE, which will be interesting and it TO CHARGES
Dorks stole two Randy Miller who’s one
exciting, entertaining and insightful certainly will be exciting as well." Two Myerstown men
Canadian Geese decoys of the top baseball
sports programming to our listeners. I All fans who approach the panel face charges after an argu-
from a backyard of a resi- writers in town and
think that this is the type of event that with a Phillies legend will receive a ment turned physical on
dence on Robert Fulton his new book on
even the top sports radio dogs in town copy of Harry The K, signed by Randy Grasshopper Court in
Harry Kalas is a no
Highway in East would struggle to duplicate." Miller, while supplies last. Jackson Township on March
holds barred look
Drumore Township Lombardo, who hosts a nightly WCHE’s Philly Baseball Forum will 18, state police at Jonestown
into the life of Harry
between March 16 and sports talk radio show from 5-6 be broadcast live said. Mark Weiss, 36, and
Kalas. Then you
17, state police at pm on 1520 WCHE, will host on 1520 AM Thomas O'Neill were
have Bill Mason,
and moderate the event. He WCHE o and charged with harassment,
Lancaster said. simulcast
plans on fielding questions state police said.
The victim is a 68- online at the
from Phillies fans in atten-
year-old Quarryville man. station’s Web
dance as well.
The panel includes Bill site POLICE: COATESVILLE
POLICE: HAMBURG WOMAN Werndl, the first sports MAN POSSESSED POT
director at WPVI A Coatesville man was
WROTE BAD CHECK Channel 6, WCHE busted with pot after being
Kimberly Stauffer, of General Manager seen arguing with a female
Hamburg, wrote a $570 Bill Mason, long- in the area of 600 East
check to Perry Auto time Phillies beat Lincoln Highway in
Sales and it was returned writer and author Coatesville on March 12,
for insufficient funds, of ‘Harry The K’,
Randy Miller, LOMBARDO city police said.
Thomas Lawrence faces
state police at Hamburg
said. FISHER RAFFAELE numerous drug charges,
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BOX TRUCK DAMAGES HISTORIC BRIDGE
ANIMAL CAUSES ACCIDENT
An animal triggered an accident on Route 340 in Leacock
Township on March 6, state police at Lancaster said. A 2002
A box truck damaged a historic Figueroa, 44, of New Tripoli, hit two Figueroa failed to give informa- Pontiac Trans-Am driven by Mervin Fisher, 22, of
covered bridge on Ashville Road in overhead beams, breaking and tion to a witness that stopped at the Gordonville, swerved to miss the animal on the road, lost
control and slammed into an embankment, state police said.
Little Britain Township. cracking the wood beams, state scene, and left without waiting for A passenger, Michael Stoltzfus, 23, of Gordonville, had a
The truck driven by Edwin police at Lancaster said. state police, officials said. minor head injury, state police said.
WHEEL FLIES OFF,
A wheel flew off one
vehicle and struck another
vehicle on Route 272 in
Providence Township on
POLICE: TEEN SHOOTS PREGNANT
GIRLFRIEND WITH BB PISTOL
March 11, state police at
A vehicle driven by Luis
Rivera-Plaza, 41, of
Lancaster, had its front left
wheel come off, state police
said. The wheel traveled
across the highway and hit
the front end of a vehicle
POLICE: WANTED MAN CITED FOR PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS
A West Chester man who was wanted in cer on foot and was intoxicated, police said.
A 18-year-old man fired a BB pellet at his preg-
nant girlfriend, hitting her in the head, state police at
driven by Porfirio Reyes, 58,
Delaware County was arrested in Dallett was cited for public drunkenness and The suspect, Gary Henderson, was taken into custody
of Lancaster, state police Downingtown on March 8, police said. taken into custody for the outstanding war-
said. Nobody was injured. David Dallett, 27, was stopped by an offi- rants, police said.
about two miles away after the incident in Salisbury
Township, state police said.
Henderson shot his girlfriend, Hilary Hohl, 23, with a
CO2 BB pistol at her residence, state police said.
Hohl is three-months pregnant.
Henderson was charged with simple assault, terroris-
tic threats, reckless endangering, harassment, disorderly
conduct, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal
mischief, state police said.
ACCIDENT INJURES 3
Three people were injured after a two-vehicle acci-
dent in which one of the vehicles flipped onto its passen-
Vehicles driven by Martin Furlong, 64, of Glenmore,
and Jennifer Moquin, 40, of Glenmore, were involved in
the accident on Barneston Road in Wallace Township on
March 2, state police at Embreeville said.
After impact, Furlong's vehicle spun out and flipped
“Just minutes from YOU!” before landing on its passenger side, state police said.
Furlong had minor injuries.
Two passengers in Moquin's vehicle, Anthony
Moquin, 38, of Glenmore and a 12-year-old Glenmore
girl, had minor injuries and were taken to Brandywine
SUNDAY, MARCH 28 Hospital for evaluation, state police said.
• Baked filled MIDWAY DINER POLICE: MAN ARRESTED POLICE: WOMAN
on Baked Ham
AT CHECKPOINT ARRESTED FOR DUI
CLIP & BRING IN Andrew Mehan was Stacy Williams, 34, of Gap.
• Baked Meatloaf was arrested for DUI after a
w/Swiss Sauce FOR A FREE arrested for DUI after being
traffic stop on Pine Creek
MAGNIFYING stopped at a checkpoint on
• Broiled Flounder Route 322 in West Bradford Drive and Simmontown Road
Filled w/Crab Meat GLASS READER Township on Feb. 20, state in Sadsbury Township on
March 5, state police at
• Broiled T-Bone NAM police at Embreeville said. Lancaster said.
Rings TOWN POLICE: MAN POLICE: NARVON RESIDENT
ARRESTED FOR DUI FACES DUI CHARGE
BETHEL • MIDWAY • www.midwayholdings.com Benjamin Rodriguez was
arrested for DUI at a sobriety
Grant Kirkner Jr., of
Narvon, was arrested for
checkpoint on the 3100 block DUI after a traffic stop on
HAMBURG of Route 772 in Lancaster
County on March 7, state
police at Lancaster said.
Lincoln Highway and
Mclvain Road in Paradise
Township on March 6, state
police at Lancaster said.
MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI POLICE: BOYS
Jerome Charmichael, 31, VIOLATED CURFEW
of Lancaster, was arrested Two 17-year-old Oxford
for DUI after a traffic stop boys and a 17-year-old West
on routes 30 and 462 in East Grove boy were cited for a
Lampeter Township on curfew violation on the 500
block of Las Rosas Drive in
March 5, state police at Kennett Square on March 7,
Lancaster said. police said.
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HEALTH & FITNESS
Ahhhh, the warm tempera-
tures outside beckon me to start
running again. Nothing feels
better than some alone time
running in the sun listening to
some upbeat music.
AS TEMPS WARM UP,
I must admit I have not kept
up with my running during the
winter. I dislike running outside
THERE’S NOTHING BUT
in the cold, and am uninspired
inside on the treadmill. I occa-
sionally ran during the cold
BLUE SKIES FOR RUNNERS
days, but at the most it was
once a week. Anyone who’s
gotten into running shape
knows that unfortunately it
doesn’t take long to get out of
So here I am, like most other
train for 2
or 3 5Ks
SARA this year.
HAUFF back into
DORAN I’m going
to use the
10-percent rule (10PR) to train.
It means you should only
increase your mileage by 10
percent from week to week so
as not to overdo it and get
injured. The vast majority of
running injuries are overuse
injuries that occur when you
run too much or increase your
weekly training program too
quickly, according to www.run-
LET THE SUN
If you break this rule you
risk not only getting an injury
but also getting sick or becom-
ing too fatigued and sore. I
experienced this first hand
recently when I went out run-
ning hard like I had about 6
INSPIRE YOUR RUN
months earlier. Not only did I
get a cold soon after but I also
became very tired that day. If I
ease back into running, it
should give me energy to sus-
tain me throughout the day, not
In addition to following the
10PR, when training for a 5K it
is important to make sure you
have the proper running sneak- lot, be ready to spend a lot on You should also fit the runs in community. Every year I run
ers or that you replace your old sneakers. Make sure you give 3-4 days per week. You can the local breast cancer 5K
running shoes if necessary. A the shoes a test run and make look at www.runnersworld.com which means a lot to me espe-
good rule of thumb is to replace sure you buy the ones that are or www.runningplanet.com for cially since I lost my Aunt
running shoes after 300-400 most comfortable. more detailed training sched- Renee to breast cancer 14 years
miles. You should also go to a If you are, like me, training ules. ago. What a great feeling to not
specialty running shoe store for a 5K, you should take any- There are many 5Ks through- only get in better shape for
that can help you find the right where from 5-8 weeks to train. out the year that mostly benefit myself, but to also give back to
shoe for your foot shape and Five weeks if you have run charities, which is an added a charity that helps a lot of
gait. If you are going to run a before, 8 weeks if you have not. bonus of doing good for your people.
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FASHION & BEAUTY
GET A HEADSTART ON WHAT’S HOT FOR AUTUMN
While you're thinking about tus as many big names in fash- (maybe even hoped) they would
what bikini you'll be rocking at ion put their spin on everything never return... ripped jeans are
the beach this summer, fashion- from cropped mini capelets to back.
istas beware - Fall is creeping long cloaks and full capes. It began in 2009 on the run-
up behind you. ways, then tons of celebrity
And if you don't have these LEATHER sightings with totally shredded
must-haves, you'll be left out in Perhaps you're wondering jeans - now the trend is trickling
the cold - in your bathing suit. what's so new about leather, down and hitting the streets,
Autumn 2010 will no doubt given the leather jacket has been from everything from denim
be an exciting time for fashion. such a wardrobe necessity. jackets to shorts.
Collections range Well, the leather
from romantic to classi- trend is extending far PEEK-A-BOO CLOTHING
cally inspired but with a
serious infusion of skin
and sex, this is what you
beyond just jackets and
into pretty much every
other type of clothing.
In Spring/ Summer fashion
tends to get a little more show
offy; and hot weather is the per-
should be wearing in You name it, we'll be fect excuse to show some skin.
2010. wearing it in leather in So in 2010 turn to the see-
this colder months. through clothing fashion trend
Over-the-knee boots MOLLY Leather shorts, leather
dresses, leather leg-
to keep you cool and classy.
Autumn 2010's sheer tops are
are the must-have item
for Fall 2010.
DAVIS gings... and more. a mix of soft and feminine, to
the opposite extremes of the CAPE
Those daring enough CHUNKY KNITS vampy sex-kitten.
to wear these glams on their Texture plays a big part in
gams will find the tops of their Winter clothing in 2010, with the ONE SHOULDERED-TOPS
boots creeping up even higher -- chunkiest of chunky knits keeping & DRESSES
thigh-high boots are also mak- us bundled up and cozy. From single-shouldered
ing it into mainstream. Chunky doesn't have to equal dresses to tops and bikinis,
The fabrics run from elegant clunky - thick-weave, open asymmetric shoulder-lines have
suedes to darkly futuristic details are a must-have showing made a huge comeback in 2010.
laced-up leathers -- the options a bit of skin. Showing off one-shoulder in
are many and various. a dress can be subtle yet sexy,
RIPPED UP EVERYTHING and the possibilities for how to
CAPES & CLOAKS Laddered stockings? Are they wear it are endless.
It's been quite some time acceptable?
since the cape has been a major Not only accepted, but now MILITARY CHIC
fashion staple -- I always think considered very fashionable. A relative of the bohemian
of Sherlock Holmes. The ripped stocking trend is a luxe trend, the military jacket
But it's not just for the dash- close cousin of the ripped denim fights it way back in 2010 as a
MILITARY ing private eye - in Fall 2010 trend, a step towards a resurgence winter wardrobe essential.
CHIC the cape, in it's many forms,
will make it to major trend sta-
the early '90s grunge look.
And just when you thought
Whether glammed up or uni-
sex, it's a winner.
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DON’T GET PUMMELED BY THE PRICE OF SUMMER FUN
Occupying kids during the summer with
sports, camps and trips can get very pricey,
If you decide on day camp, call your
• SEEK DISCOUNTS: Signing up
before winter's end can get you 5 to 10 per-
the group swimming, to museums and on
very quickly. But parents who act now local parks and recreation department, cent of at some camps, said Janet Siroto, "The moms pool their ideas and then it's
can keep some of the costs down. churches and synagogues, art executive editor at Good Housekeeping. Camp Mom," she said. "If
Here's how: schools, colleges, boy scout and Sending siblings to the same camp can win you're one of six moms,
• PLAN AHEAD: Start your girl scout councils and other you another 10 percent discount for each you've got six weeks
search early - even thinking groups that may sponsor less additional child. And some camps offer dis- of free camp with
about summer 2011 now - so expensive camps. counts for attending multiple weeks. If you neighborhood
you know which camp you • ALWAYS ASK ABOUT refer other campers you also may be able to kids."
want to pursue well in AID: Camp can cost from get a discount, sometimes $100. • HELP AT
advance, said Peter Surgenor, $100 a week to $800 and For campers ages 14 and up, TAX TIME: In
president of the American Camp more per week, but many check out counselor-in-training pro- many cases,
Association, which has 2,500 sponsors offer financial aid. grams, which kids attend for camp costs can be
member camps. And, especially on Surgenor said aid is not used as reduced fees while still having fun, deducted from your
sleepaway camps, don't skimp on research much as it could be because people Siroto said. Check with each camp income because
because you'll forfeit a lot of money if you don't ask often enough. Last year, for specifics. they're considered child
pull your child out early if he doesn't like camps gave out more than $39 million, but • DO IT YOURSELF: Even parents care for kids under age 13.
the camp -- or isn't ready for overnights. it varies by camp and other factors so ask who work can band together, Siroto said, If you have a workplace flexible-spending
Check Web sites like http://www.camp- the director for specifics, and ask early so and watch small groups of one another's account for dependent care, make sure to
parents.org for day and overnight camps you can vie for partial or full scholarships, children throughout the summer for free. By seek reimbursement there (or open one for
listed by age group, location and other fac- said Christina Vercelletto, senior editor at rotating vacation time, each family takes next year). Or seek the deductions when
tors. Attend local camp fairs and ask friends Parenting magazine. responsibility for a week at a time and takes you file your return. AP
FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
mall business owners
are getting some
reminders this month
owners whose cash
lose their sense of urgency as
time passes and another
calamity doesn't occur, said
that the forces of nature can Loretta Worters, a vice presi-
threaten a company's sur- flow is strained by dent at the Insurance
vival. And that they need to the recession might Information Institute, an indus-
be sure their businesses are try organization. So they cut
well protected against a vari-
decide to cut back on back on their coverage.
ety of disasters. disaster insurance or “People kind of forget and
A storm in the Northeast eliminate it say, 'it's not going to happen
caused flood and wind dam- again,''' Worters said.
age and left thousands of altogether.
businesses without power. THE BARE BONES --
Meanwhile, residents of the skip the insurance. MAYBE TOO BARE?
Upper Midwest prepared for Data from the insurance A small business should at
the possibility that the Red industry shows that the reces- the least consider getting the
River would spill over its sion has made business owners most basic coverage, known
banks as it did last year. An more reluctant to buy cover- as a business owner's policy,
earthquake in the Los age. A survey commissioned or BOP. A BOP generally has
Angeles area brought back by the Council of Insurance property insurance, liability
memories of how vulnerable Agents & Brokers found that protection and business inter-
companies can be to such commercial property and casu- ruption insurance, which can
natural disasters. alty insurance premiums fell be critical when a company
But business owners nearly 6 percent in the fourth is dealing with the fallout
whose cash flow is strained quarter from the previous three from a disaster.
by the recession might months. That's a sign of falling But a BOP, or for that
decide to cut back on disas- demand -- premiums were matter, a standard property
ter insurance or eliminate it being lowered to encourage and casualty policy, won't
altogether. Faced with mak- businesses to buy. protect businesses from dam-
ing their payroll or preparing Some owners decide to age due to disasters like
for a disaster that may never gamble on being uninsured or floods, earthquakes and land-
happen, many owners decide underinsured. Others who buy
to take their chances and insurance after a disaster often Continued on Page 32
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KNUCKLEHEAD HITS ROCK BOTTOM BY CHEATING ON SANDRA
It wasn’t exactly an upbeat week in celebrity
gossip. Early in the week, when the weekly tabloids
hit newsstands, InTouch caught the world’s atten-
tion with a headline announcing that Sandra
Bullock’s husband, West Coast Choppers owner
Jesse James, had an eleven-month affair with a tat-
too model named Michelle McGee.
We didn’t know if we should believe the story –
after all, hadn’t they seemed like a picture-perfect
couple when she so endearingly
accepted her Oscar a couple
weeks ago? – but Sandra all but
confirmed it when she backed
out of the UK premiere of The
Blind Side at the last minute,
vaguely citing personal reasons.
Later, we heard she’d moved
out of the couple’s shared home.
That’s plenty confirmation right
Jesse knew he picked the
wrong week to have a scandal
SASHA like this break; Sandra’s always
PASULKA been America’s Sweetheart, but
she’s riding high on the coun-
try’s undying devotion follow-
ing her Oscar win.
Attempting to salvage his career and reputation,
especially after photos of McGee modeling as a
neo-Nazi surfaced, he issued a solemn apology.
"This has caused my wife and kids pain and embar-
rassment beyond comprehension," he said. "I am
truly very sorry for the grief I have caused them."
The hubbub over The Jesse James Affair
eclipsed the funeral of Corey Haim, the eighties
heartthrob who died suddenly the previous week.
His best friend and co-star, Corey Felman,
declined to attend his funeral, claiming that he did-
n’t want to cause a media frenzy. He certainly could
have made an appearance; all eyes were on
Sandra’s cheating hubby anyway.
It was a rough week to be Tiger Woods, too.
The parade of women looking to sell him out for
the cheater that he is continued, with the lovely
Joslyn James launching a website dedicated to the
not-so-chivalrous texts he’d sent her over the
course of their affair. The site only shows Tiger’s
end of the text conversations – but they certain-
ly imply Joslyn’s end wasn’t so ladylike. What
do you have to lose at this point, Tiger? I dare
you buy SextingTigerWoods.com and let us know
exactly what the women had to say during all these
nasty text convos. Two can play at this game, right?
Lastly, is everyone excited for the premiere of
the new Dancing with the Stars season on Monday
night? Will the country be rooting for Kate
Gosselin? When you love to hate someone, do you
vote to keep her on a television show? Or will she
be the first one out the door? We’ll soon find out!
Sasha Pasulka is the managing editor of Evil
Beet Gossip, your daily source of celeb gossip and
snarky wit. Check us out at WOODS BULLOCK
www.EvilBeetGossip.com. JOSLYN JAMES
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THE GOSSELIN SAGA
While it remains to be seen whether or not
Kate Gosselin can waltz, she can certainly tap
Kate looked sullen and disconcerted --
Whoopi called her out without saying a word,
Around questions. which spoke volumes.
She debuts her moves on ABC's "Dancing Her over exposure will certainly be her
With the Stars," and in preparation she guest- undoing.
hosted on "The View" last week. With all the Internet buzz, tabloid reports
Where she said "ummm." and entertainment television shows talking
A lot. about her diva attitude, there may be some
Not much else. false accusations but then again, where there's
I say "like" more than I should, but I'm not smoke, there's fire.
trying to be a talk show host. There are two sides to Kate Gosselin that
When the other hosts included many people seem to notice but net-
Kate in the conversation, she works fail to mention.
showed amazing dodge and When she's on a PR campaign, she's
avoid maneuvers. all smiles and cackles.
Which is a far cry from her When she's photographed out in
usual seek and destroy tactics. public, she has this snarl set on her
When Joy Behar asked Kate face like everything smells like poop.
the question, "Jon is paying Is it just me or was she the most
child support, isn't he?"
Kate refused to answer in
MOLLY unanimated, unwarm, unnatural charac-
ter on that panel?
any way but with passive DAVIS She does not engage the guest and
aggressive posturing and tried looks out of her league; strong confi-
(not so deftly) to steer the discussion dent women seem to intimidate her; without
to, "so, as we were talking about" as if someone to bully she's completely out of her
to change the subject. element.
Joy B. didn't seem impressed with I keep hoping a trap door opens up under-
the snub, and Kate, of course, left the neath her chair.
impression that Jon was doing nothing I breathlessly await "Dancing" to see if she
to help monetarily. has two left feet.
Grudgingly, Kate did admit to one Who knows?
week of Jon being with the kids while She may have been practicing in the new
she was in L.A., but again, with a dance studio ABC built for her -- in her
shrug of the shoulders, left Wernersville home.
the impression he was just I would stake a whole lot of money
in and out on his own that the kids have never once been
schedule otherwise - and allowed down in mommy's "New
not contributing very Dance Studio" at home to watch
much as a parent. her gangly legs stumble across the
Leave it to Whoopi newly-laid parquet flooring.
Goldberg to put Kate in I'd also lay odds that this dance
her place. contest is so rigged right now that
When the discussion of Kate stays on to the bitter end in
divorce rate and problems an effort for ABC to continue the
with couples having multi- charade.
ples came up, Whoopi shot a Once the show is over, will
death look at Kate, and held it ABC remove the dance floor from
long enough that you could have her house or will Kate ask them to
heard a pin drop in the audience. install a pole?
We didn't get a shot of Kate's
reaction, but this was
early on and I think
it set the tone of
the whole show
as far as Kate Kate’s dancing partner
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WHEN DISASTER STRIKES
Continued from Page 27
slides. A business needs to purchase coverage for those
Some of the bad weather covered by the BOP includes
wind, rain, lightning and snow. If a hurricane tears a hole
in your building's roof and rain comes in, regular insur-
NEWTON-JOHN TO VISIT WEST CHESTER FOR SPECIAL CONFERENCE
ance should cover the damage. But if water from a flood
pours into your ground floor, you won't be covered with-
out separate flood insurance.
Award-winning musician and If you run a company out of your home, be aware that
actress Olivia Newton-John is com-
ing to the area for a two-day event
that promotes health, wellness and
AT A GLANCE a standard homeowners or renters policy may not cover
damage to your business equipment. The more complex
your home-based business is, the more likely you'll need
environmental conservation. Legendary Singer and a separate business policy.
“Olivia: Voices For Healing ... actress Olivia Newton-John It's a good idea to learn about insurance and then
Our Planet ... Ourselves” takes will give the keynote address assess your needs before you contact a broker. You want
place March 26 and 27 at West at “Olivia: Voices for Healing ... to be sure you're not buying too little, or that you don't
Chester University. Our Planet ... Ourselves” well- end up buying something you don't need.
Best known for her role of ness/environmental conference The National Association of Insurance Commissioners,
at West Chester University, which represents state insurance officials, has a primer on
"Sandy" in "Grease," opposite John West Chester, Friday, March small business insurance, called Insure U for Small
Travolta, she's sold more than 50 26. Business, on its Web site at
million albums, is a four-time Tickets: $25. www.insureuonline.org/smallbusiness.
Grammy Award winner and has had -- The Insurance
five No. 1 hits. She also will perform at the Information Institute
Newton-John, 61, a breast cancer conference, Saturday, March also has information on
survivor, learned on her journey 27. its site, www.iii.org.
that supporting one’s mind and spir- Tickets: $50- $100. You can learn more
it was just as important as support- Conference tickets: $65, about flood insurance
ing one’s body and began sharing professionals; $35 general from the government
her experience with the rest of the admission; & $25, West Web site www.floods-
Chester University students. mart.gov. Some flood
world. insurance may also
The event is a benefit for the cover landslides.
ACEER Foundation (Amazon Concert Hall. Beyond the right
Center for Environmental The proceeds will further the kinds of insurance,
Education and Research), the environmental conservation mission Worters noted that com-
College of Health Sciences Annual of the ACEER Foundation, an panies need to buy the
Integrative Health Conference and Cancer. organization that has touched the right amount of cover-
Masters of Public Health (MPH) On Saturday, March 27, Olivia lives of over one million individu- age. Accurate financial
with Integrative Health Track and will join a notable assembly of can- als worldwide; advance the educa- records need to be kept to
the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and cer experts for sessions on integra- tional and research mission of the help owners determine how much to buy. An accountant
Wellness Centre Appeal. tive approaches to cancer preven- College of Health Science's pro- can help with crunching the numbers.
The event kicks off Friday tion and treatment for clinicians and gram in integrative health; and help
evening, March 26, with the WHY BUSINESS INTERRUPTION
the community. Following a gala build the first integrative cancer INSURANCE MATTERS
keynote address of the college's dinner with Olivia and her husband, treatment and wellness center in Some owners might opt for cheaper commercial prop-
11th Integrative Health Conference: John Easterling, Olivia will perform Australia. erty and casualty insurance rather than the BOP, and not
Integrative Strategies for Breast a concert at the Emilie K. Asplundh -- Molly Davis pay for business interruption insurance. That decision
could prove fatal if disaster strikes your company -- or
one of your suppliers.
Business interruption insurance pays a company's
operating expenses, including payroll, when it is shut
down. The business interruption doesn't have to be the
result of a natural disaster. A power outage that sidelines
a company is also covered by a business interruption pol-
Without this insurance, many companies are forced to
lay off workers, or they can go broke trying to meet debt
payments with no revenue coming in.
Hair Studio If running your business is dependent on another com-
pany's being able to operate, you should consider contin-
gent business interruption insurance. Let's say a supplier
of a key component used in your manufacturing process
can't operate because its premises were damaged in a hur-
ricane, and you can't turn out your products until that
company is back in business. Contingent business inter-
Organic Salon ruption insurance should cover your expenses.
“If you don't have that, your business could really suf-
fer,'' Worters said.
Organic Perms, color, skin care & hair products
Appointments Necessary - No Walk-ins Companies in certain industries need to get specialized
insurance for some of their potential losses. For example,
Men, Women & Children those in the restaurant or food service businesses, who
could lose thousands of dollars of inventory in a power
outage. They need polices that cover food spoilage.
Worters noted that standard insurance will cover food
spoilage only if there was property damage -- for exam-
717-866-4814 ple, a restaurant was hit by a hurricane. Spoilage due to a
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POLICE: MAN BREAKS INTO GARAGE, DAMAGES ITEMS 3 VEHICLES IN CHAIN-REACTION ACCIDENT POLICE: TEEN BEATS UP VICTIM AFTER GYM CLASS
A man busted into a garage and damaged items on the Vehicles driven by Claudette Weitzel, 69, of Camp A 18-year-old Orwigsburg man beat a juvenile in the lock-
100 block of Sadsbury Avenue in Sadsbury Township in Hill, Ana Fajardo, 36, of Columbia, and Sharon er room after gym class at Blue Mountain High School in
January, state police at Lancaster said. Nicholas Peters, 24, Benyou, 46, of New Cumberland, were involved in a North Manheim Township on March 16, state police at
of Gap, was charged with burglary, trespass and criminal chain-reaction accident on Route 581 in Lemoyne, Schuylkill Haven said. Cody Meyer shoved the victim into
mischief on March 18, state police said. The victim is Billie the lockers and belted the victim several times in the face,
Cumberland County, on March 18, state police at causing bruising, state police said.
Stanley, of Cochranville, state police said. Harrisburg said. Nobody was injured. Meyer faces a simple assault charge, state police said.
HAD CRACK PIPE
A man was busted with
a crack pipe and cocaine
after being stopped by an
officer at Ash Court and
Thompson Place Alley in
SERIAL GRAFFITI GOONS STRIKE Graffiti goons went on a rampage in Kennett
BUILDERS SHOW TO HIT EXPO CENTER
Square on March 15, police said.
Coatesville on March 16, According to police, the jerks attacked:
city police said. • A vehicle parked in the 100 block of East State
Pierce Miller, of Street
Downingtown, had a Builders show to hit Expo center Kocher. "You have your choice of
Are you a do-it-your-self-er? talking to the experts right at their • Two buildings on the 100 block West Maple Alley
strong odor of alcohol • An electrical box on the 100 block of East Maple
coming from his breath Then you should check out The booth, or attend one of our many semi-
39th Annual Lebanon Valley Home nars. It is also a wonderful venue for Alley
with blood-shot, glassy • A garage on in the 300 block of East Maple Alley
yes, police said. Builders Show and Garden Fair on comparative shopping as the various
March 23-27 at the Lebanon Expo competing businesses are all in one • A fence on the 100 block of North Willow Street
Miller was charged • The rear of a building on the 200 block of West State
with possession of a con- Center. location. Visitors find the right
Presented by the Lebanon County designs at the right price." Street
trolled substance, posses- • A sign and electrical box on the 100 block of
sion of drug parapherna- Home Builders Association, the The right price is also found at
Expo will be filled with hundreds the Consignment Auction that the Scarlett Alley
lia and public drunken- • The rear of a building on the 500 block of South
ness, police said. of displays and demonstra- show sponsors on Saturday
tions offering the latest Morning at 8 a.m. Union Street.
in home and yard "Builders and retailers On March 14, punks spray-painted graffiti on a build-
ANNVILLE ACCIDENT related products, bring their unused or over- ing on the 100 block of West State Street, police said.
INJURES TWO services and stocked products to be auc-
Two people were taken improvements, tioned," added Kocher. DORKS SMASH MAILBOX
to Good Samaritan seminars, contests "In addition, the Losers smashed a mailbox, pulled it from the ground
Hospital in Lebanon after for kids, as well general public and placed it in the victim's garage on Pennswood
a two-vehicle accident in as innovative ideas all in one location can bring gently Drive in Wallace Township between March 13 and 14,
front of the Hess Express for the public to shop and compare. used or new con- state police at Embreeville said. The victim is Andrew
on East Main and Spruce According to Frank Kocher, execu- struction items." Habig, 23, of Glenmore. Anybody with information is
streets in Annville on tive director of the Lebanon County The products and services exhibiting asked to contact the state police at (484) 340-3241.
March 15, township Builders Association that puts on the at the Home Show include: remodel-
police said. show, the show has expanded to utilize ers, homebuilders, custom cabinets,
Vehicles driven by
Dale Hemperly, 79, of
the entire Expo space.
"This is the second year for the
kitchens & baths, chimneys, wood
stoves, sunrooms, awnings and decks, • PANTHER MARTIN • MEPPS
• CP SWING • BARKLEY POWERBAIT • EAGLE CLAW
• ROOSTERTAIL • TROUT MAGNET • CP SWING • MEPPS
Annville, and Josh Wolfe, Garden Faire and with the excellent duct and vent maintenance, storage
33, of Annville, were response from visitors and participants, buildings, heating and cooling servic-
involved in the accident, it has expanded to include a larger sec- es, windows, doors and siding, home
police said. Two people tion of the South Hall," Kocher said. décor, water treatment systems, banks
suffered minor injuries. "In addition, we have added heavy and mortgage companies, home light-
landscaping equipment and tractors to
another hall and expanded the seminar
ing systems, security systems, financial
planners, building supplies, insulation,
energy management companies and
SPINS OUT, HITS TREE The Lebanon County Builders more.
A 2006 Pontiac Vibe Show, in its 39th year, brings together The $4 admission fee benefits the
driven by Rachel over 120 exhibits displaying the latest Lebanon County Builders Association
Zimmerman, 30, of Tower in home improvement, decorating, and Scholarship Fund. The Fund provides
City, lost control on a landscaping ideas. awards to students and apprentices in
curve, spun out and The Garden Fair, in its second year, the industry or related businesses. The
slammed into a tree on is a hall filled with complete land- hours for the show are Tuesday, March
Route 209 in Frailey scapes, lightscapes, hardscapes, blos- 23 through Thursday, March 25, from
Township on March 17, soming flowers, waterfalls and water 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday, noon to 9
state police at Schuylkill gardens. p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Haven said. Nobody was "This show offers the do-it-yourself- For more information or the schedule
injured. er lots of ideas, products, and is great of seminars, please visit the Web site at PA FISHING LICENSE
for comparative shopping," said www.lebcobuilders.com.
• Live Bait • Night Crawlers
• Red Worms
SUSPECT HAD POT
Rojelio Martinez Jr.
was arrested for DUI
LEGENDARY CONSUMER ADVOCATE DIES AT 80
AP -- Herbert S. Denenberg, a former missioner from 1971 to 1974, helping to rev-
•Meal, Butter & Wax Worms
• Fat Head Minnows
after being stopped for Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner who olutionize the auto-insurance industry by
faulty taillight on Route became a well-known consumer advocate, has championing the "no-fault'' concept. SPECIAL HOURS:
died. He was 80. He was later appointed to the Public Friday, April 2 - 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
82 in West Brandywine Saturday, April 3 - 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.
That's according to a statement from Utilities Commission, but left state govern-
Township on March 9, Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Joel ment in 1975.
state police at Ario, who called Denenberg ``a true consumer He then spent more than two decades as a
26 W. Main Ave. • Myerstown
Martinez also had mar-
Denenberg on March 18 died at his home
television commentator and consumer
reporter. He is survived by his wife, Naomi, 717-866-5574
ijuana and drug parapher-
MIKE’S SALMON EGGS
in Wayne. The cause was not released. two brothers and a sister. Funeral services will
nalia, state police said. Denenberg served as state insurance com- be private.
PA G E 3 3 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
CREEPS TAKE CHAINSAWS FROM HOUSE
POLICE: VEHICLE HITS DITCH AFTER DRIVER FALLS ASLEEP
A 26-year-old Hamburg woman March 18, state police said. 45 feet before striking a ditch, state
Creeps swiped two chainsaws after entering an
abandoned house through an unlocked door on Detrick
Avenue in Tower City between Dec. 1 and March 20,
fell asleep at the wheel on Hex Sara Ruppert's 2007 Chevrolet police said. Ruppert freed herself and state police at Schuylkill Haven said.
Highway near Tilden Township on Cobalt traveled off the roadway about was taken to Reading Hospital. The victim is Denise Beck, 53, of Tower City, state
MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI
Damien Getsey, 20, of
Phoenixville, was charged
with DUI after a traffic
accident on the 1100
ARGUMENT TURNS INTO FIGHT
block of Spring City
Road in East Pikeland
Township on March 18,
An argument between neighbors escalated into a VEHICLE CRACK UP
fight on Fairview Road in East Nantmeal Township
on Feb. 26, state police at Embreeville said. SLUGS SWIPE STEREO
SPEAKERS FROM TRUNK Vehicles driven by
Kristen Gordon-Watson, 60, and Brian Cox, 40, suf- Kylee Helton, 17, of
Slugs swiped stereo
FACES MORE SEX CHARGES
fered minor injuries after the confrontation between Campbelltown, and
each other, and both were charged with harassment, speakers from the trunk
of a vehicle parked on the Stephanie Peters, 38, of
state police said. Palmyra, were involved
600 block of West State AP -- A former janitor at Downingtown West High
Street in Kennett Square in an accident at Locust
School already facing charges he had sex with a student
RETIRED MINISTER GETS between Feb. 21 and
March 9, police said.
is facing a new round of charges related to a pair of 15-
and Main streets in
Palmyra on March 16,
MOLESTING 20 years
8-20AYEARS FOR will spend eight toBOYS
Joseph Nicholson, 24, was arraigned on March 14 Nobody was injured.
AP -- retired minister POLICE: GAP MAN on charges including indecent assault and corruption of
Helton was cited with
in prison for molesting two teenage boys. ARRESTED FOR DUI Authorities say Nicholson kissed and touched one girl
a stop sign violation,
Dennis Spangler, 64, was sentenced on March 17after Gordon Lewis, 53, of police said.
and told her and another girl he wanted to have sex with
pleading guilty to indecent assault, indecent exposure Gap, was arrested for DUI them.
and other offenses earlier this month in Lancaster
after a traffic stop on Route Nicholson was charged last month with having sex POLICE: WANTED MAN
30 at Hoffmeier Road in
Police say Spangler had sexual contact with the teens Salisbury Township on
with another 15-year-old girl. He faces charges includ-
ing aggravated indecent assault and statutory sexual
SNARED AFTER STOP
between 2007 and 2009 at his Manheim Township home March 15, state police at A man wanted in
assault in that case. Florida for a probation
and the Lancaster Airport, where he was a flight instruc- Lancaster said. Nicholson's attorney, John L. Lachall, declined com-
tor. violation was nabbed in
ment on the latest charges. Brecknock Township on
Spangler retired from the United Methodist Church in
2007. He surrendered his ministerial credentials after POLICE: WOMAN March 16, state police at
charges were filed last September. CHARGED WITH DUI
Susan Clower, 27, of DEATH-ROW INMATE CHANGES Lancaster said.
Willie Sloan, of
Tallahassee, Fla., was
MIND, DOESN’T WANT TO DIE
Strasburg, was charged
POLICE: COATESVILLE MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI with DUI after a traffic captured after the vehicle
Kevin McGovern, 31, of Coatesville, was arrested stop on Belmont Road in he was driving was pulled
AP -- A man convicted of the rape and murder of a young
for DUI after being stopped for an expired registration Paradise on March 18, mother more than two decades ago in Lancaster County has over for motor carrier
on Route 322 in East Bradford Township on March 6, state police at Lancaster once again changed his mind about being executed and has inspection, state police
state police at Embreeville said. said. decided that he wants to continue his appeals. said.
Orlando Baez, 48, has been on death row since he was con-
victed of stabbing, beating and strangling 22-year-old Janice
"Sissy'' Williams in January 1987. He has always maintained
POLICE: COATESVILLE MAN
EASTER SUNDAY BUFFET
that another man was responsible, but last fall said he was in ARRESTED FOR DUI
poor health and tired of the legal process and prison and want- Michael Cummings,
ed to be put to death. 31, of Coatesville, was
Defense attorneys suggested that his decisions could have arrested for DUI after a
been affected by the autoimmune disorder lupus and pain med- traffic stop on Telegraph
AT EAGLES BANQUET HALL
ication, but Baez said he was of sound mind and didn't want to
fight the case any more. Road in West Bradford
On March 13, however, he said he had changed his mind Township on March 19,
and wanted to continue his appeals. state police at
116 N. 8th Street • Lebanon, Pa. 17046 "I no longer want to be executed,'' he told Judge Howard
Knisely in Lancaster County Court.
"You understand that you either win or you'll be executed?''
EASTER SUNDAY Deputy Attorney General Christopher Carusone asked Baez.
"I'm not afraid of either one,'' Baez said. "I died 19 years ON RAPHO TWP.
11 a.m.-2 p.m. ago.'' Vehicles driven by
In 2008, Baez also asked to be executed but later changed Rose Suarez-Negron, 47,
ALL YOU CAN EAT BUFFET INCLUDES his mind.
Lancaster police said Baez stabbed Williams more than 100
of Lebanon, and Judith
• Turkey, Ham, Beef & Baked Fish times before walking out, leaving her two small children alone Cupernall, 58, of
• Soup & Salad Bar • Hot Vegetable Bar in the apartment with their mother's mutilated body. The crime Manheim, were involved
• Dairy Beverage Bar was discovered when drivers saw the children standing outside in an accident in Rapho
in their pajamas and called police. Township on March 17,
Reservations requested for groups over 8 people $14: 13 years old & up Five years ago, the state Supreme Court sent the case back state police at Ephrata
(11 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. times available) $ 9: 7 to 12 years old • Free: 6 and under to Lancaster County to decide whether Baez should have said.
another hearing. Knisely ordered that a hearing be scheduled
717-269-3077 All prices include tax & gratuity
within a month to hear testimony from defense witnesses.
Nobody was injured.
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Goons stole a white
2000 Ford truck from
the parking lot on the
200 block of East
Swedesford Road in
Wayne on March 13,
The victim was inside
Five Guys Burgers when
the jerks swiped the truck
that contained expensive
paintball gear and two cell
phones, police said.
VEHICLES CRACK UP
IN EDEN TWP.
Vehicles driven by
Tiffany Girosso, 22, of
Nottingham, and Manolo
Acuna-Romero, 23, of
involved in an accident
on Carmargo Road in
Eden Township on March
13, state police at
Nobody was injured.
A 2001 Jeep Cherokee
driven by Stacie Rigby,
31, of Strasburg, and a
1994 Oldsmobile driven
by Michael Rapp Jr., 33,
of Lancaster, were
involved in an accident
on Harristown road in
Paradise Township on
March 15, state police at
Nobody was injured.
VEHICLE SLAMS INTO
MAILBOXES, UTILITY POLE
A vehicle driven by
Justin Nickle, 23, of
Strasburg, hit two mail-
boxes and a utility pole
during an accident on
Village Road in Strasburg
on March 10, state police
at Lancaster said.
Nobody was injured.
Creeps busted two mir-
rors and cracked the front
windshield of a vehicle
that was parked on the
300 block of East South
Street in Kennett Square
on March 5, police said.
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AUTHORITIES SEIZE 300 POUNDS OF POT
AP -- Authorities in Berks County seized about 300
pounds of marijuana disguised as a shipment of home
Paso, Texas, that the drug shipment was on its way.
Pennsylvania authorities tracked the shipment to a
The marijuana was disguised in boxes of ceramic tiles
and hidden inside shipping pallets of wallpaper and other
improvement supplies. self-storage unit in Shillington. They arrested 30-year- home improvement supplies. It's worth an estimated $1.3
Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett said old Billy Robles, of Reading, on March 11 when he million. Robles is charged with possession with intent to
Berks County police were tipped by authorities in El signed for it. deliver marijuana, conspiracy and other offenses.
MOM GETS JAMES RHOADES
AP -- A Coatesville
mother charged with hid-
ing evidence in the murder
and dismemberment case
against her son has been
sentenced to six months in
Cynthia Graves, 51,
entered an Alford plea to
charges of tampering with NATALEE HOLLOWAY
evidence and hindering
prosecution, meaning she COUPLE: ARUBA
did not admit any wrong-
doing but acknowledged PHOTO SHOWS
that prosecutors would
likely win a conviction.
Graves' attorney said A Lancaster County cou-
she contended she did not ple believes an underwater
know her son was being snapshot they took off the
investigated in the case. coast of Aruba reveals
Authorities alleged that human remains on the ocean
Graves tried to hide the floor.
The photo taken by John
vehicle of her son, and Patti Muldowney of
Laquanta Chapman, by Manheim last fall has been
driving it to New Jersey turned over to the FBI, the
and leaving it there. He is Intelligencer
charged in the October Journal/Lancaster New Era
2008 disappearance of 16- reported.
year-old Aaron Turner, Patti Muldowney took the
who authorities allege was shot while snorkeling near
shot and dismembered and the Caribbean island. Only
his remains left along the later did the couple notice
one photo shows what could
IN LAWMAKER’S DEATH
road in trash bags for be a human corpse or skele-
John Muldowney says he
POLICE: THIEF has a gut feeling it may be
Natalee Holloway, the
Alabama honors student
REPLACED AP -- A jury on March 15 acquitted a man of greater than 0.3 percent and DUI-incapable of safe driv- who disappeared in Aruba
nearly five years ago.
STOLENthief who stole
AP -- A
WHEELS vehicular homicide while driving drunk in a 2008
crash that killed a state lawmaker.
Jurors in Stroudsburg decided that Thomas Senavitis
Senavitis, who has already spent nine months in jail,
could get up to two years on the reckless endangerment POLICE: W.C. MAN
the wheels off a car was was highly intoxicated but did not cause the crash on charge, according to his attorney. Bail was denied pend- ARRESTED FOR DUI
nice enough to replace state Route 209 in the Poconos that killed state Sen. ing sentencing. James Fanfera, 24, of West
them -- albeit with worn James Rhoades and seriously injured his wife. The auto mechanic showed no emotion as the verdict Chester, was arrested for DUI
tires, police said. Prosecutors alleged Senavitis, 46, had a blood-alco- was read, and he did not comment to reporters as he was after a traffic stop at routes 30
The thief broke a car hol level more than four times the legal limit for driving led out of the courtroom. His wife, Dolores Senavitis, 45, and 113 in Downingtown on
window overnight on and his pickup truck crossed a center line and hit told reporters that the family was gratified by the verdict March 18, state police at
March 14 and stole the Rhoades' Cadillac sedan. but that her husband would appeal the convictions. Embreeville said.
car's stereo and GPS unit Senavitis' attorney insisted that it was Rhoades who "I'm happy about what happened,'' she said. "I'm sur-
along with the wheels, caused the crash by veering into the defendant's lane to prised there was a nice, fair jury and they actually paid POLICE: WOMAN
Lancaster police said. The
thief took the time to
avoid a minivan parked on the side of the road. He also
questioned the reliability of the blood test performed on
attention to what was going on.''
Mary Edith Rhoades, who was seriously injured in
FACES DUI CHARGE
Megan Musselman, 25, of
replace the pilfered rims his client. the crash, thanked the jury and said her family accepted Downingtown, was faces a
with other wheels and four Senavitis was acquitted of homicide by vehicle while the verdict in a difficult case. DUI charge after a traffic
worn tires. driving under the influence, aggravated assault while "No matter what happened, my husband, their dad stop on Route 3 in West
Police estimate the loss DUI and vehicular homicide. He was convicted of reck- and Poppa wasn't coming back, and nothing would Goshen on March 9, state
at $850. less endangerment, driving with a blood-alcohol level of change anything,'' she said. police at Embreeville said.
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1865 Horseshoe Pike
Annville, PA • (Rt. 322)
between Fontana & Campbelltown
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POLICE: BOYS CITED FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING JERK STEALS JEWELRY
Two 17-year-old boys from St. David’s and Berwyn, POLICE: WOMAN CITED FOR PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS A thug stole several items -- including jewelry --
were cited for underage drinking after a traffic stop on Melinda Capriolo, 48, of Devon, was cited for from a residence on the 700 block of Hickory Lane in
Route 252 in Paoli, police said. public drunkenness after an incident on East Berwyn on March 8, police said.
The boys were passengers in the vehicle that was Conestoga Road in Devon on March 8, police said. The creep busted a window latch to the laundry
pulled over for operating without tail lights, police room, entered the residence and rummaged through
said. dresser drawers and jewelry boxes, police said.
LOSER TRIES TO USE
CREDIT CARD NUMBER
A jerk tried to use a
Wayne resident’s credit
card number to make an
online purchase, police
said. The victim received
a confirmation message
concerning the delivery
of a package that was
intended for an individual
unknown to the victim,
CREEP STEALS $$$ FROM GOOD SAMARITAN
A creep scammed a Good Samaritan out relative was stranded in London, police said. tional money, police said. The victim was suspi-
The credit card is in
the victim’s possession,
of $2,300 recently. The creepy message requested for a wire cious and called the relative who was in Chicago, police said.
The victim, a Paoli resident, received an transfer for help, police said. police said. The relative’s e-mail was hacked
urgent e-mail from somebody believed to be a After sending $2,300 via Western Union, the and about 160 people received similar e-mail POLICE: MAN WROTE
relative in Chicago, and the e-mail stated the victim received a second e-mail, asking for addi- request, police said. BAD CHECK
A man wrote a bad
check worth $900 to
POLICE: MAN Woodward Landscape
Supply in East Pikeland
Township, police said. An
Suspects distracted a woman and pilfered a wallet
BUSTED WITH POT
A suspect gave police a bogus name and was
arrest warrant has been
issued for William Lawler,
whose last known address
busted with 35.6 grams of was Spring City, police
from her purse in the Trader Joe’s in the Gateway
marijuana during a traffic said. Anybody with infor-
Shopping Center on the 100 block of East Swedesford mation on Lawler’s where-
Road on March 8, police said. stop at Valley Road in Coatesville
on Feb. 25, city police said. abouts is asked to contact
The victim’s zippered purse was on the top level of police at (610) 935-0606.
her shopping cart when a black female engaged in a con- Wendell Wesley was pulled over
versation in the frozen food aisle, police said. because his vehicle went through a
The female is about 5-foot-4, 35 to 45 years old with stop sign, police said. CREEPY LOSERS STEAL
long-braided hair below her shoulders, police said. Wesley initially identified COINS FROM RESIDENCE
When the victim turned around, she noticed a male himself as "John Griffey," police said. Creeps stole coins
and female standing in the handle area of her cart and Wesley had a DUI-related suspended from a residence on the
the purse was unzipped, police said. license, police said. 500 block of Gregory
The black male is described to be about 5-8, 35 years The marijuana was found in a backpack Lane in Berwyn, police
old with medium build, and the second female was that was on the passenger side of the vehicle, said.
about 5-5 and wore a hat or hair wrap, police said. police said.
POLICE: MAN CITED FOR
MACK TRUCK, LOWLIFES SMASH
POLICE: I.D. VEHICLE COLLIDE WINDSHIELD TROOPERS BAG DUI SUSPECTS PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS
Joseph Sweeney, 44, of
THIEVES A Mack Truck driven by
Steven Frey, 63, of
Bozos smashed the rear
windshield of a vehicle DURING CRACKDOWN Wayne, was cited for
public drunkenness after
Thugs withdrew about
Narvon, and a 1996
Chevrolet Cavalier driven
by Christopher Moran, 48,
parked on the 500 block of
South Broad Street in
Kennett Square on March 4,
Troopers arrested five suspects for DUI during a
checkpoint on Route 30 in Paradise Township recently,
an incident at the
Strafford Train Station in
police said. state police at Lancaster said. Wayne on March 6,
$1,000 from a Wayne man’s of Coatesville, were police said.
involved in an accident on One suspect was arrested for possession of a small
bank account recently, amount of marijuana, state police said.
police said. Birdell Road in Honey KNUCKLEHEADS
The jerks took the Brook Township on Feb.
STEAL SATELLITE RADIO
A separate roving detail bagged three DUI suspects, PUNKS WRAPPED
two of them being drug related, state police said.
money from ATM machines
in Bensalem and
26, state police at
Slugs swiped a Sirius VEHICLE WITH PLASTIC
satellite radio receiver from Punks wrapped a
Philadelphia by using the Nobody was injured. a vehicle parked on the 100 VEHICLES CRACK UP IN EAST WHITELAND woman’s vehicle with
victim’s debit card informa- block of Scarlett Alley in Vehicles driven by Thomas Regan, 64, of West plastic on the unit block
tion, police said.
The victim’s debit card
POLICE: MAN ARRESTED Kennett Square on March 3,
Chester, and John Tomas, 55, of Downingtown, were
involved in an accident on Route 202 in East
of Salem Way in Malvern
was still in his possession FOR PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS Whiteland Township on March 4, state police at
on March 6, police said.
when the thefts occurred, Andrew Steele 22, of HOODLUMS TAKE Embreeville said. Tomas and his passenger, Johnalyn
police said. Landenberg, was arrested
VIDEO GAMES Toms, 41, of Downingtown, had minor injuries and GOONS GRAB GPS
for public drunkenness
KNUCKLEHEADS after an incident in New Losers stole several xBox were taken to Paoli Hospital, state police said. UNIT FROM VEHICLE
Garden on Feb. 28, police games from a residence on Goons grabbed a GPS
STEAL iPOD said. Police were called the 200 block of East VEHICLES COLLIDE IN WEST NANTMEAL unit from a vehicle
Punks pilfered an iPod Cypress Street in Kennett A vehicle driven by a Honey Brook girl and Cynthia parked on the 300 block
about a person yelling Square on March 3, police
from a location on the 100 Stewart, 51, of Mohnton, were involved in an accident of South Union Street in
block of Race Street in obscenities in the 8900 said. The games were sitting
Kennett Square on Feb. 24, block of Gap Newport on top of the console before on Route 82 in West Nantmeal Township on March 3, Kennett Square on March
police said. Pike, officials said. the theft. state police at Embreeville said. 5, police said.
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IT’S STREAK VS. CAREER ON WRESTLING’S BIGGEST STAGE
The celebrities at WrestleMania the wrestlers are the stars. XVII, XX, XXI and III as one of the WWE Championship at Summer Slam
XXVI are the wrestlers. And that’s a Shawn Michaels. Undertaker. John best in WWE (World Wrestling against Bret "The Hitman" Hart, whose
good thing. Cena. Batista. Edge. Chris Jericho. Entertainment) history. The level of suc- character was a villain in the United
Celebrities can add to the And, yes, even Bret "The cess will be determined by the wrestlers States (and a hero in Canada). Michaels
excitement and interest level, Hitman" Hart. in the ring. Just the way it should be. was the guest referee. After Hart spit on
but often they are a distraction. The focus on the wrestlers The following is a preview of him, Michaels tried to hit his storyline
If the focus is on the celebrities and the wrestling has resulted WrestleMania XXVI: and real-life rival with a chair, only to
instead of how the celebrities in storylines that make sense strike the Undertaker instead, costing
can enhance the event – for and an excellent build-up for MATCHES him the championship. Two months
example, the outstanding use of these matches. The other later, Michaels faced the Undertaker in
(as of Sun., March 21)
Mike Tyson enhanced the main important element this year is the first Hell in a Cell match. Michaels
event of WrestleMania XIV – there is real doubt about who SHAWN MICHAELS vs. UNDERTAKER was victorious when Kane, in his debut
then the celebrities can detract
from the quality of
ERIC will win many of these match-
es. The element of surprise
Michaels’ career vs.
Undertaker’s undefeated streak
as the Undertaker’s brother, tore the
door off the cage and cost Undertaker
WrestleMania rather than add FISHER adds to the feelings of intrigue A rematch from last year’s classic
WrestleMania XXV confrontation,
to it. and suspense necessary for Undertaker and Michaels continued to
At this Sunday’s WrestleMania (7 truly great professional wrestling. which was won by the Undertaker. excel in the WWE, although Michaels
p.m., pay-per-view) from the University WrestleMania XXVI has the potential History: The rivalry between these missed several years due to a back
of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., to earn a place alongside WrestleManias all-time greats goes back to Aug. 3,
1997. Undertaker was defending his Continued on next page
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PREDICTION: Could Michaels’ sto-
Continued from previous page
injury. Although they both remained at
AT A GLANCE ried career truly be over? Maybe it
means nothing, but DX won the tag
the top of the WWE, the paths of these team championships in December in San
future Hall of Famers rarely crossed – Antonio, Michaels’ hometown. In hind-
with the notable exception of a tremen- sight, winning a final championship in
dous extended two-man ending to the his hometown may have been an omen
2007 Royal Rumble. Until last year. that Michaels is retiring. Without relying
Michaels challenged Undertaker to a on any inside knowledge, I predict that
match at WrestleMania XXV, claiming Undertaker extends his streak to 18-0,
he was going to end the Undertaker’s sending "Mr. WrestleMania," as
legendary undefeated streak at the Michaels is known, off into the sunset
biggest annual event. with one more outstanding
The WrestleMania XXV match WrestleMania moment as he bids an
between Michaels and the Undertaker emotional farewell to the WWE and its
WHAT: WrestleMania XXVI • WHEN: 7 p.m., March 28 fans.
surpassed all expectations. In an other- WHERE: The University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
wise mediocre WrestleMania, this match TV: Pay-per-view.
carried the card. There were moments BRET HART vs. VINCE MCMAHON
when you were certain Michaels was title shot, then he should earn it by win- If Michaels loses, then his career is over. (No holds barred)
going to win; there were moments when ning the Royal Rumble. But Michaels In a fantastic response, Michaels said, This match is the perfect example of
you were certain the Undertaker was failed to win the Rumble. A distraught "You don’t get it. If I can’t beat you at why you never say never in professional
going to win. In the end, the Undertaker Michaels then lost a series of matches, WrestleMania, I have no career." wrestling.
prevailed in one of the greatest including losing the tag teams titles with Undertaker and Michaels have History: Bret Hart is one of the most
WrestleMania matches in history, his Degeneration X partner Triple H. sparred back and forth – verbally, physi- honored and revered wrestlers in WWE
improving his WrestleMania record to When the Undertaker turned down cally and psychologically – in this beau- history. He learned the trade wrestling
17-0. Michaels’ challenge again, Michaels got tifully executed storyline. Which will for his father, Stu Hart, in his Calgary-
STORYLINE: The loss to the revenge by interfering in an elimination end, Undertaker’s streak or Michaels’ based Stampede Wrestling. He joined
Undertaker at last year’s WrestleMania chamber match in February, costing the career? Fans will be on the edge of their the WWE in 1984, kicking around the
has been eating away at Michaels. He Undertaker the World Championship. seats Sunday waiting to find out, and bottom of the card and the mid-card for
became obsessed with avenging that Undertaker then told Michaels he would that’s proof that pro wrestling at its a couple years as he honed his skills and
loss. Michaels challenged the face him at WrestleMania, but Michaels finest features simple storylines centered his reputation. In 1986, he joined Jim
Undertaker, who told him if he wanted a would have to put his career on the line. around what happens in the ring. "The Anvil" Neidhart (his brother-in-
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SHAWN MICHAELS’ CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
OCT. 27, 1992: Wins Hart to win the WWE Championship Series in the infamous "Montreal
Intercontinental Championship by in an Iron Man Match at screwjob," arguably the most contro-
defeating the British Bulldog WrestleMania XII in Anaheim, Calif. versial match in wrestling history
JUNE 6, 1993: Defeats former tag- JAN. 17, 1997: Regains WWE NOV. 17, 2002: Defeats Triple H to
team partner Marty Janetty to regain Championship by defeating Sycho win the World Championship
the Intercontinental Championship Sid at the Royal Rumble in San JAN. 29, 2007: Teams with John
OCT. 28, 1994: Teams with Diesel Antonio, Texas Cena to defeat Randy Orton and
(Kevin Nash) to defeat the MAY 25, 1997: Teams with Stone Edge for the WWE Tag Team
Headshrinkers to win the WWE Tag Cold Steve Austin to defeat Owen Championships
Team Championship. Hart and Davey Boy Smith for the MARCH 30, 2008: Defeats Ric
JULY 23, 1995: Defeats Jeff Jarrett Tag Team Championships. Flair at WrestleMania XXIV in Flair’s
to win the Intercontinental OCT. 5, 1997: Defeats the "retirement" match
Championship. Undertaker – with help from Kane, DEC. 13, 2009: Teams with
SEPT. 24, 1995: Teams with Diesel who was making his debut – in the Triple H to defeat Big Show and
to defeat Owen Hart and Yokozuna to first Hell in a Cell match Chris Jericho for the unified World
win the Tag Teacm Championships. NOV. 9, 1997: Defeats Bret Hart for Tag Team Championships.
MARCH 31, 1996: Defeats Bret the WWE Championship at Survivor -- Eric Fisher
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law) and manager Jimmy Hart in forming then a broadcaster, started to call Hart Cold Steve Austin, Vader and the
the Hart Foundation. Neidhart provided "The Excellence of Execution" out of Undertaker (the previous three in a four-
the muscle; Hart provided the technical respect for his wrestling ability. Hart way match for the title) and, finally, the
skill. They became one of the top tag lived up to that moniker by defeating Mr. Undertaker. Hart also put in stellar per-
teams in an excellent tag team era, win- Perfect Curt Hennig in a mat classic at formances in losses to his younger broth-
ning the tag team championships from the Summer Slam in 1991. Other great er Owen at WrestleMania X and Shawn
British Bulldogs on Jan. 26, 1987, then Intercontinental matches included regain- Michaels in an Iron Man match at
winning tag team gold again in 1990, this ing the belt from Roddy Piper at WrestleMania XII. Hart described himself
time as "good guys" against WrestleMania VIII and losing the belt to as "The best there is, the best there was,
Demolition at Summer Davey Boy Smith (the British Bulldog) and the best there ever will be," and he
Slam. in another all-time classic match seemed determined to prove it every
Although Hart and from Wembley Stadium in London. match.
Neidhart formed a Hart broke through to win the The final chapter – or so it seemed – in
terrific team, it was WWE Championship from Ric Hart’s WWE career came when, with the
clear that "The Clair on Oct. 12, 1992, in apparent blessing of Vince McMahon,
Hitman" was Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the Hart was going to leave WWE for rival
breaking out same city in which Hart made his WCW (World Championship Wrestling).
into a solo star. professional debut on May 2, Hart was willing to lose the champi-
WWE legend 1978. He won the WWE onship, but didn’t want to lose it in
Gorilla Championship four more times,
Monsoon, defeating Yokozuna, Diesel, Stone Continued on next page
THE UNDERTAKER’S BRET HART’S WWE CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
JAN. 26, 1987: Wins WWE Canada, to win the WWE champi-
’MANIA STREAK Tag Team Championship with
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart,
onship for the first time.
MARCH 20, 1994: Regains
Record: 17-0 defeating the British Bulldogs. WWE Championship by defeating
WRESTLEMANIA VII: Jimmy AUG. 27, 1990: Hart Yokozuna at WrestleMania X in
Snuka Foundation (Hart and Madison Square Garden (after
VIII: Jake "The Snake" Roberts Neidhart) defeat losing to his brother, Owen, in a
IX: Giant Gonzalez Demolition in 2-out-of-3 classic match in the night’s open-
XI: King Kong Bundy falls match at Summer ing match)
XII: Diesel Slam in the Spectrum to NOV. 19, 1995: Defeats Diesel
XIII: Sycho Sid win the Tag Team (Kevin Nash) to win the WWE
XIV: Kane Championships. Championship at Survivor Series
XV: Big Boss Man (Hell in a AUG. 26, 1991: Wins in Landover, Md.
Cell) Intercontinental FEB. 16, 1997: Wins WWE
XVII: Triple H Championship by Championship by surviving a four-
XVIII: Ric Flair
XIX: Big Show and A-Train defeating "Mr. Perfect" way match with Stone Cold Steve
XX: Kane Curt Hennig in a classic Austin, Vader and the Undertaker
XXI: Randy Orton match at Summer Slam in in Chatanooga, Tenn.
XXII: Mark Henry (casket Madison Square Garden. AUG. 3, 1997: Wins WWE
match) APRIL 5, 1992: Wins Championship for the fifth time by
XXIII: Batista (won World Intercontinental Championship by defeating the Undertaker at
Championship) defeating Roddy Piper at Summer Slam in East Rutherford,
XXIV: Edge (won World WrestleMania VIII in Indianapolis. N.J. (with Shawn Michaels as the
Championship) OCT. 12, 1992: Defeats Ric Flair guest referee)
XXV: Shawn Michaels in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, -- Eric Fisher
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Continued from previous page at WrestleMania. Hart, however, removed his cast, the feud: Cena has had great difficulty against "The
revealing that the injury was a set-up to sucker Animal," giving Batista a psychological edge.
Montreal to Shawn Michaels, a real life rival whom McMahon into accepting the match. PREDICTION: Cena finally overcomes Batista,
Hart didn’t respect because Michaels had given up PREDICTION: Hart, who suffered a stroke in 2002, winning the WWE championship. A possible swerve
titles rather than lose them in the ring on more than one is no longer the technical marvel he once was in the involves Cena getting involved in the Bret Hart-Vince
occasion. Consequently, McMahon deceived Hart into ring. However, his interviews indicate that he may still McMahon match, causing McMahon to cheat Cena out
thinking his match with Michaels in Montreal (Nov. 9, be a master at ring psychology. Expect a physical of the championship.
1997) would end in disqualification, but McMahon match that isn’t a technical masterpiece, yet keeps the
called for the bell as soon as Michaels put Hart in the crowd at a frenzied pitch. It ends with Hart putting
sharpshooter, Hart’s own move, making Michaels the McMahon in the sharpshooter, finally EDGE vs. CHRIS JERICHO
winner. In the aftermath, Hart spit on McMahon at getting his revenge after more than (World Championship)
ringside and, after showering, knocked McMahon off 12 long years. Another simple formula for a potentially terrific
his feet with a punch that left McMahon bruised and match. Edge and Jericho, two of the most charismatic
wobbly. and obnoxious wrestlers, won the unified WWE Tag
STORYLINE: Bret Hart returned to the WWE this JOHN CENA vs. BATISTA Team Championship last June. Shortly thereafter,
year to "bury the hatchet" and put the Montreal (WWE Championship) Edge tore an Achilles’ tendon. Jericho got a new
screwjob behind him. In a surreal scene, Hart and This match pits two of the partner (Big Show) and proceeded to verbally
Michaels made up and exchanged a heartfelt hug on WWE’s biggest stars against tear down Edge, who was expected to be side-
RAW. McMahon, however, again deceived Hart. He one another. The storyline is lined through WrestleMania. Edge made a sur-
pretended to bury the hatchet, then stabbed Hart in the that Batista is jealous that Cena, prising return at the Royal Rumble, winning the
back. McMahon has with his movies, CDs and popu- event and earning a shot at whichever champi-
also had Batista lar merchandise, has become the onship he chose at WrestleMania. These two
attack Hart, inter- face of the WWE. are golden on the microphone and excellent
twining the Cena- The motivation from Cena’s in the ring.
Batista and Hart- standpoint is that after he won the PREDICTION: Edge seems
McMahon story- WWE title in a brutal elimination poised to defeat Jericho and
lines. Finally, with chamber match last month, he was win the championship, but I
Hart hobbled by a forced to defend the title immedi- don’t see both Cena and
broken leg sus- ately against a fresh and Edge prevailing.
tained in a car acci- rested Batista, who cap- Only one of them
dent caught on tured the champi- will leave
tape, McMahon onship. Batista has WrestleMania
accepts Hart’s physically brutal- with a title.
chal- ized Cena several
lenge for times, adding an
a match additional layer to
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match. Rhodes will side with Orton, maybe with the other matches, this one feels sort of thrown together
TRIPLE H VS. SHEAMUS Rhodes getting the pin on DiBiase, leaving Orton a bad at the last minute as a way to get these four wrestlers
During last month’s elimination chamber match, guy and turning DiBiase into a good guy. on the card.
which was eventually won by John Cena, Triple H PREDICTION: Miz and Big Show retain their
pinned Sheamus, ending his first WWE Championship titles.
reign. Sheamus has attacked Triple H several times MONEY IN THE BANK LADDER MATCH
since then. (Participants: Christian, Kane, Shelton
PREDICTION: Sheamus needs this win more than Benjamin, Evan Bourne, MVP, Dolph Ziggler, C.M. PUNK vs. REY MYSTERIO
Triple H. Sheamus in an upset. Drew McIntyre, Matt Hardy, Jack Swagger) (Street fight)
The winner is the wrestler who can climb the ladder The slow build to this matchup has featured, with
and get the briefcase hanging above the ring. The brief- apologies to Bret Hart, excellent execution. The feud
RANDY ORTON vs. TED DIBIASE vs. CODY RHODES case contains a contract enabling the winner to chal- started with Mysterio pinning Punk during an elimina-
(Triple threat match) lenge for either the WWE or World Championship any tion chamber match in February, costing Punk a chance
The storyline in this match is that time during the next 12 months. The problem is there to win the World Championship.
Orton took younger wrestlers Rhodes are eight other competitors – willing to use ladders as Mysterio then distracted Punk during his Money in
and DiBiase under his wing in a weapons – standing in the way. Past winners include the Bank qualifying match against Shelton Benjamin,
wrestling stable consisting of Edge and C.M. Punk, both of whom used the contract costing him an opportunity to win Money in the Bank
second- and third-generation to win world titles. for a third time. Punk has responded by assaulting
professional wrestlers. PREDICTION: McIntyre is Mr. McMahon’s Mysterio, with the help of henchman Luke Gallows,
Legacy, as the group was anointed one in the storyline, but McIntyre isn’t ready several times on Smackdown and, on one occasion, ter-
called, paid dividends, with to challenge for the big titles – yet. Christian would rorizing Mysterio and his family on his daughter’s
Orton winning the WWE be fantastic with the championship contract, birthday.
Championship and Rhodes and especially if his old tag-team partner Edge The final twist to this match came Friday,
DiBiase winning tag-team gold. wins the World Championship. My choice when Punk and Serena helped Gallows
However, the relationships have is Christian. defeat Mysterio, causing the added stip-
frayed, with the final straw com- ulation that if Punk wins Sunday,
ing in last month’s elimination Mysterio must join Punk’s "Straight
chamber, when DiBiase took a JOHN MORRISON & R-TRUTH Edge Society."
metal pipe slipped into the cage by
Rhodes and used it on Orton, whom vs. THE MIZ & THE BIG SHOW PREDICTION: The logical
(Unified World Tag Team choice is for Mysterio to win. But
he pinned. Since that time, Rhodes there’s something intriguing about
and DiBiase have been at odds with Championship)
The intriguing part of Mysterio being forced to join
Orton. Punk’s Straight Edge Society.
A key element of the storyline is this match is that The
Miz and John Punk wins in an excellent match.
how well Rhodes and DiBiase
will work together this Morrison used to
Sunday. form a terrific
PREDICTION: I tag team. In con-
smell a swerve in this trast to most of
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HART vs. AUSTIN
THE MATCHES THAT MADE ’MANIA WRESTLING’S SUPER BOWL
ne year ago, I selected the top 25 (bad guy/good guy) turn. By the end of this Undertaker top it this year?
WrestleMania matches. Last year’s match, the fans are vociferously booing Hart 4. KURT ANGLE vs. SHAWN
instant classic between the and wildly cheering for Austin. Hart and MICHAELS (XXI, Los Angeles): Another
Undertaker and Shawn Michaels (No. 3) Austin use their actions to tell a story, which great example of story-telling in the ring. An
forced me to revise the list. is what professional wrestling is all about. amazing match.
The list is subjective. It could change from 2. RANDY SAVAGE vs. RICKY 5. TLC (XVII, Houston): Edge and
month to month. One week from now, per- STEAMBOAT (III, Pontiac, Mich.): An all- Christian, Matt and Jeff Hardy, and D-Von
haps with a new addition or two from time classic that still holds up after all these and Bubba Ray Dudley brought the house
WrestleMania XXVI, it could change again. years. down with this innovative Tables, Ladders
In one man’s opinion, these are the top 26 3. UNDERTAKER vs. SHAWN and Chairs match. (You thought TLC stood
WrestleMania matches of all-time: MICHAELS (XXV, Houston): An outstand- for Tender Loving Care?)
ERIC 1. BRET HART vs. STEVE AUSTIN
(XIII, Chicago): An outstanding brawl fea-
ing match featuring two of the all-time best,
this breaks into the top 5 WrestleMania
6. HULK HOGAN vs. ANDRE THE
GIANT (III, Pontiac, Mich.): The match that
FISHER turing a perfectly executed double heel/face matches of all-time. Can Michaels and arguably sold the most tickets in wrestling
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history. Not a technical masterpiece, but match that might bring a tear to your CHRIS BENOIT VS. HHH (XX, match featuring a surprising ending.
the magnitude of this match earns it a eye. N.Y.): As good a triple-threat match as This is the best of the Austin-Rock
top-10 ranking. 10. BRET HART vs. OWEN you’ll ever see. This match may have WrestleMania encounters, all of which
7. KURT ANGLE vs. BROCK HART (X, N.Y.): The Hart brothers put ranked higher on this list except the feel- were good.
LESNAR (XIX, Seattle): Two former on a wrestling clinic in the opening good moment of seeing Benoit finally 15. HULK HOGAN vs. ULTIMATE
NCAA wrestling champions battle it out match of WrestleMania X. Perfect exe- win the world title is spoiled by the WARRIOR (VI, Toronto): An exciting
in this tremendous WWE championship cution, with younger brother Owen knowledge that Benoit kills himself and match in which Hogan passes the torch
match. Lesnar is the current Ultimate pulling off the upset of Bret, who won his family a few years later. to the Warrior.
Fighting heavyweight champion. the world title later that night. 13. BRET HART vs. SHAWN 16. MONEY IN THE BANK
8. SHAWN MICHAELS vs. 11. SHAWN MICHAELS vs. MICHAELS (XII, Anaheim): What do LADDER MATCH (XXI, Los
RAZOR RAMON (X, N.Y.): Michaels CHRIS JERICHO (XIX, Seattle): An you do with two of the best wrestlers of Angeles): This ranks at the top of the
and Ramon brought ladder matches to often-overlooked match because no title all-time? Give them an hour to entertain now-annual MITB WrestleMania match-
the masses with this dramatic confronta- was on the line and it is on the same the fans on your biggest show of the es because it was so innovative.
tion. card as Angle vs. Lesnar and Steve year. An excellent iron man match 17. THE ROCK vs. HULK
9. SHAWN MICHAELS vs. RIC Austin vs. The Rock (which turns out to between two real-life rivals. HOGAN (XVIII, Toronto): The emotion
FLAIR (XXIV, Orlando): Flair’s retire- be Austin’s final match). 14. THE ROCK vs. STEVE
ment match. An incredibly emotional 12. SHAWN MICHAELS vs. AUSTIN (XVII, Houston): A terrific Continued on next page
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INDUCTEES INTO THE WWE HALL OF FAME
STU HART: The patriarch of the famous Hart "MILLION DOLLAR MAN" TED DIBIASE: WENDI RICHTER: A two-time WWE Women’s
Family. Father of Bret and Own Hart and grandfather Ted DiBiase was a terrific second-generation wrestler, Champion, Richter defeated the Fabulous Moolah,
of current WWE wrestlers David Hart Smith and as fans of the old UWF (Universal Wrestling ending her 28-year title reign, at 1984’s The Brawl to
Natalya. Ran Stampede Wrestling, based in Calgary, Federation) can attest, but his popularity reached new End It All, which was broadcast on MTV. This event,
for nearly 40 years. Best-known for the many heights in 1987 when he was transformed into "The along with Richter’s association with rock star Cyndi
wrestlers he trained in "The Dungeon" in the base- Million Dollar Man." The Million Dollar Man’s Lauper, set the stage for the "Rock ’n Wrestling
ment of the Hart’s home in Calgary. Died, Oct. 16, mantra was "everybody has a price," which he proved Connection" and the first WrestleMania.
2003. by paying Andre the Giant to win the WWE
Championship then hand it over to him, a title change MAURICE "MAD DOG" VACHON: Known for
GORGEOUS GEORGE: Born George Wagner, not recognized by the WWE. He is the father of his brutal and unorthodox brawling, Vachon had his
he reincarnated himself as Gorgeous George, and the WWE superstar Ted DiBiase. greatest success in the Midwest-based AWA. During a
professional wrestling world was never the same. WWE pay-per-view event in May of 1996, Diesel
With his platinum blond hair, fancy robes and servant ANTONIO INOKI: The WWE goes international took the retired Vachon’s prosthetic leg and he and
spraying perfume, the flamboyant Gorgeous George by honoring this legendary Japanese wrestler and pro- Shawn Michaels hit each other with it during their
melded perfectly with the new phenomenon of home moter. Inoki founded New Japan Pro Wrestling, WWE Championship match.
television during the 1940s and ‘50s. Muhammad Ali where he was both a successful promoter and beloved (Highlights from the WWE Hall of Fame
has credited Gorgeous George with influencing his champion. Inoki is best-known in the United States Ceremony, which takes place Saturday night at the
promotional style. Wagner died in 1963. for his wrestler vs. boxer match with Muhammad Ali Dodge Theater in Phoenix, Ariz., can be seen the
on June 26, 1976. same night at 11 p.m. on USA Network.)
Continued from previous page
in this match is absolutely incredible. The crowd makes this
match, but Hogan and Rock deserve tons of credit for adjust-
PIPER & ORNDORFF vs. HOGAN & MR. T
ing to the crowd’s reaction and turning this into a memorable The first WrestleMania
18. EDGE vs. UNDERTAKER (XXIV, Orlando):
Another great match between two of the best. Undertaker
improved his unblemished WrestleMania record to 16-0.
19. KURT ANGLE vs. CHRIS BENOIT (XVII,
Houston): Another match that sometimes gets overlooked
because of the other great matches on the same card. This is
another wrestling clinic.
20. RIC FLAIR vs. RANDY SAVAGE (VIII,
Indianapolis): The build-up to this match, with Flair implying
he had a prior relationship with Savage’s girlfriend, Miss
Elizabeth, was pure gold. Manager Bobby "The Brain"
Heenan and Executive assistant Curt "Mr. Perfect" Hennig
added immensely to the story-telling, and Flair and Savage
delivered in the ring.
21. EDGE vs. MICK FOLEY (XXII, Chicago): Edge
helps Foley attain his "WrestleMania moment" with this fan-
tastic hardcore match.
22. RANDY SAVAGE vs. ULTIMATE WARRIOR (VII,
Los Angeles): A terrific "retirement" match with an emotion-
al post-match surprise.
23. HULK HOGAN/MR. T vs. RODDY PIPER/PAUL
ORNDORFF (I, N.Y.): The match that launched the
WrestleMania rocket ship. Without the success of this match,
WrestleMania may have been a one-year venture.
24. RODDY PIPER vs. BRET HART (VIII,
Indianapolis): A wonderful match between friends, with
Piper (now a good guy) fighting his bad-guy demons as well
as fighting Hart.
25. STEVE AUSTIN vs. SHAWN MICHAELS (Mike
Tyson is referee) (XIV, Boston): The build-up for this
match, with tension between Austin and Tyson (and Vince
McMahon), was fantastic. Michaels, who has been accused of
using injuries as excuses to avoid losing titles in the ring,
deserves credit for fighting through back problems that would
sideline him for the next four years to put on this tremendous
26. CHRIS JERICHO VS. CHRISTIAN (XX, N.Y.): An
undercard match that mixes terrific technical wrestling with
HONORABLE MENTION: 20-man Battle Royal featur-
ing NFL players (II, Chicago); the British Bulldogs vs. Greg
Valentine/Brutus Beefcake (II, Chicago); Hulk Hogan vs.
Randy Savage (V, Atlantic City); Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel
(XI, Hartford); Triangle Ladder Match (XVI, Anaheim);
Undertaker vs. HHH (XVII, Houston); Eddie Guerrero vs.
Kurt Angle (XX, N.Y.); Randy Orton/Batista/Ric Flair vs. The © 2010 World Wrestling Entertainment,
Inc. All rights reserved.
Rock/Mick Foley (XX, N.Y.); John Cena vs. HHH (XXII,
Chicago); Undertaker vs. Batista (XXIII, Pontiac, Mich.)
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IT’S TIME FOR
GET A LIFE!
Ahh, the month of March is upon us. Time for the
anticipation for the upcoming baseball season to reach its
peak, for sports fans to pack sports bars and
watch as work productivity dips and college
basketball excitement rises. Also for the
WWF, WWE, WCW or whatever acronym the
applauded for cultivating a fanbase who either is of the
average age that leaves them too young to order pay-per-
view without parental consent, while others
gather their six packs of Natural Light and
gather in the clubhouse of the neighborhood
mobile home community to view the event,
TO DO SOMETHING
Why do people watch overhyped steroid popping oiled
up actors ‘competing’ in bout after bout of staged compe-
tition where the outcome is unknown only to the viewer?
Sorry, it’s just not my cup of tea.
Enjoy your male soap opera that is inferior to “The
Sopranos,” “Entourage” or “Seinfeld” in every way possi-
wrestling entertainment company is going by and still turns in a profitable business year in ble when it comes to entertainment. While you’re wasting
these days, it’s also time for Wrestlemania. and year out. your time and money, I’ll be the guy catching the elite
As a sports purist, fan of the ball and stick The whole premise of the event oozes of eight of the NCAA tournament and grabbing a beer at an
sports, which offer competition in it’s truest overcompensation for shortcomings. The All-American sports bar, enjoying honest, wholesome and
sense, WrestleMania isn’t even a blip on the radar character actors masquerading as athletes take competitive basketball action.
screen. more steroids than Barry Bonds, Mark Oh, and don’t mind me, I’ll probably be laughing at
To the tighty-whitey wearing, parents’ base- McGwire and Sammy Sosa combined. you and your mullet while you gaze up at the screen at a
ment dwelling, video-game playing and At least that’s how they appear. The fans scantily clad woman you could have found for free online
Doritos eating, teenage or teenage at heart fan-
base of pro wrestling though, this is their MATT are overzealous hillbillies sporting car-
toonized T-shirts featuring their favorite stars,
somewhere. Then I’ll probably make jokes at your
expense while you cheer as if the outcome of what your
Super Bowl. LOMBARDO
However, to the rest of us rational souls liv-
and the rings are rigged to exaggerate the
sound and appearance of each jump, fall or
watching isn’t already known to anyone but you. Nothing
personal, though, it’s not your fault you never grew up.
ing in a world where outcomes of our games are never swan dive from the ropes. ---
openly pre-determined, scripted and packaged neatly The question that I have regarding this event is, how did Matt Lombardo hosts a nightly sports talk radio
inside a pay-per-view box, this event means less than our society get reduced to the point that we will pay $39.95 to Monday-Friday from 5-6pm. Tune in at 1520 AM
nothing. watch scantily clad women walk around the ring, or get into WCHE and www.wche1520.com and give Matt a call at
Vince McMahon though should be commended and screaming matches that escalate into undercard fights? (610)701-9243.
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A dog caused an accident in Heidelberg Township, Two face charges after an incident at the Metro Bank Thugs stole a red MTD snowblower from a storage
Lebanon County on March 9, poliice said. in Palmyra, police said. Daisy Singh, 36, of Middletown, area on a property on North Mechanic Street in Bethel
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HIT-RUN VEHICLE STRIKES POSTS, GOES THROUGH FIELD WOMAN FIRES BLOCK THROUGH WINDOW GOONS GRAB GIRL’S iPOD
A vehicle went struck a fence post, went through a A woman tossed a block of wood through a glass
window on the 4000 block of Horseshoe Pike in Punks stole a girl's iPod from her locker at
farmer's field and hit another fence post before re- Clairmont Middle School in Fulton Township on
entering Edison Road in Strasburg Township on March Honey Brook on March 7, state police at Embreeville
said. March 8, state police at Lancaster said.
9, state police at Lancaster said. Anybody with information is asked to contact the
The vehicle, which lost control on a curve before the The suspect, Amber Walsh, 21, of Honey Brook,
faces a criminal mischief charge, state police said. state police at (717) 299-7650.
accident, fled the scene, state police said.
BOY FIRES HANDGUN
A wanted man was
snared after a traffic stop
on the 100 block of East
Linden Street in Kennett
Square on March 7,
A boy fired a handgun 20 to 30 times in the woods 19, was a passenger in the
POLICE: MAN CITED
and near a residence on Icedale Road in Honey vehicle and was detained
Brook on March 8, state police at Embreeville said.
Three boys, all white, wandered through the woods FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING for an outstanding bench
A 20-year-old King of warrant, police said.
and near the home, state police said.
Prussia man was cited for Hernandez was released
One of them brought out a handgun and randomly underage drinking after being to a constable for trans-
fired shots into the ground and at trees, state police said. stopped for speeding on Route port to Chester County
When resident Karl Meyer approached the juveniles, 30 in West Whiteland
Township on March 4, state prison, police said.
SPILL ONTO RAMP
the boys fled into the woods toward Birdell Road, state police at Embreeville said. The The driver of the vehi-
police said. man had a bottle of Tequila on cle, a 17-year-old Kennett
Nothing was damaged on Meyer's property. the front seat, state police said. Square boy, was cited for
Anybody with information is asked to contact the violating curfew.
About 40,000 pounds of aluminum spilled onto the
state police at (484) 340-3241. POLICE: PAOLI MAN road, shutting down an interstate ramp for more than
CHARGED WITH DUI three hours. POLICE: MAN STOLE WALLET,
52, of Paoli, was charged
A 2007 Peterbuilt truck driven by Knute Murray, 48,
of Norristown, lost conrol on a curve and eventually
USES CREDIT CARD
Jeffrey Brandon Wood,
with DUI after a traffic stop
on March 2, Downingtown landed on its side -- spilling the aluminum -- on the ramp 26, stole a wallet and
police said. of Interstate 81 to Interstate 83 in Lower Paxton used the victim's credit
Township, Dauphin county, on March 11, state police at card at various locations
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Luxury Rental Apartment Suites Murray climbed out of the wreckage uninjured.
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schools and home centers. vehicle on the 100 block of A vehicle driven by John Softchin, 22, of Atglen, hit a icy Owen Wood, 47, of
Located in the desir- East Lancaster Avenue in patch, lost control and slammed into a utility pole on Route 372 Nottingham, state police
able Cornwall-Lebanon Downingtown on March 2, in Sadsbury Township on March 5, state police at Lancaster said.
School District. The police said. said. Softchin suffered a minor injury, state police said.
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EGG GOONS BOZOS DAMAGE MAILBOX, STEAL SIGN
ATTACK RESIDENCE Jerks damaged a mailbox and stole a Prudential
Thugs threw eggs at a for-sale sign in front of a residence on Walnut Run
residence on the 1200 Road in Strasburg on Feb. 27, state police at
block of Brentford Lane in Lancaster said.
Malvern on March 5, The victim is Sandra Addis, 69, of Willow Street,
police said. police said.
GERMAN SHEPHERDS SEVERELY INJURE DOG
Two German Shepherds attacked a at Embreeville said.
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Golden Retriever and chomped on a While trying to rescue Buddy, Mary
woman’s hand while she was trying to Bush, 49, of West Chester, was bit in the
save the dog, state police said. hand, state police said.
The German Shepherds severely The owner of the German Shepherds,
injured the dog, Buddy, during the inci- Jervis Marshall, 53, of West Chester, was
dent on the 1600 block of Glenside Road cited under the dog law for dangerous dog
in West Bradford on Feb. 23, state police and confinement of dogs, state police said.
CREEPS TRIED TO USE
Thugs tried to use a Paoli
ACCIDENT SENDS YEAR MAKE MODEL STOCK MILES PRICE
DRIVERS TO HOSPS
resident’s credit card infor- 2007 Buell XB12R Firebolt 37197 2,220 $6,499
mation over the Internet 2006 Buell XB12X Ulysses 37229 26,748 $6,599
recently, police said. 2007 Buell XB9R Firebolt 37431 9,564 $5,925
Two drivers were sent to nearby hospitals after an 2005 HD V-Rod VRSCE 37394 22,806 $13,400
LOSERS STEAL $$$ accident on Route 322 in Honey Brook on March 1, 2007
Shadow Spirit 750
Shadow Aero 750
FROM ACCOUNT state police at Embreeville said. 2007 Honda Shadow Sabre 1100 37475 2,590 $5,800
Creeps made unautho- Vehicles driven by Constance Trent, 74, of Honey 2006 Honda Shadow Sabre 1100 37435 15,954 $5,595
rized withdrawals from a Brook, and Roxanne Burdett, 33, of Narvon, were 2005 Honda Shadow Spirit 1100 37397 8,445 $5,399
Wayne resident’s bank involved in the accident, state police said. 2007 Honda VTX 1300R 37297 7,850 $6,800
account, police said. The Trent was taken to Brandywine Hospital for a minor 2008 Kawasaki Meanstreak 1600 37265 1,635 $7,995
debit card was still in the injury. Burdett suffered minor injuries and was trans- 2007 Kawasaki Meanstreak 1600 37322 2,429 $7,250
ported to Ephrata Hospital, state police said. 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 500R 37228 2,136 $3,599
victim’s possession, police 2005 Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R 37198 7,796 $5,999
said. 2003 Kawasaki Ninja ZX7R 37468 7,779 $4,350
POLICE: WOMAN ARRESTED FOR DRUG POSSESSION 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Classic 37403 8,943 $6,950
POLICE: MAN ARRESTED Cassandra Leidy, 20, of Kinzers, was arrested for drug 1997
FOR PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS possession at a sobriety checkpoint on the 3400 block of
Route 30 in Paradise Township on March 6, state police at 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 37244 7,280 $4,995
Filemon Cruz, 58, of Lancaster said. 2008 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 LT 37446 3,676 $6,550
Toughkenamon, was 2008 Suzuki Bandit 1250 37401 3,733 $6,925
arrested for public drunk- 2008 Suzuki Boulevard S50 37458 780 $4,850
enness after an incident in POLICE: MAN ARRESTED AFTER STOP 2005 Suzuki Boulevard S83 Blvd 37380 3,656 $5,299
New Garden on Feb. 20, Kevin Finnie, 25, of Lancaster, was arrested for DUI 2007 Suzuki GSXR 600 37433 2,482 $6,225
police said. after a traffic stop on Pine Creek Drive and Simmontown 1996 Suzuki Intruder 800 37472 7,523 $2,250
Road in Sadsbury Township on March 5, state police at 2007 Triumph Speedmaster 37469 3,755 $5,450
Police were called to 2003 Victory Vegas 37476 3,487 $7,550
the area for a man lying in Lancaster said.
2007 Yamaha Majesty 400 37373 6,957 $4,495
the road in the area of 2005 Yamaha Road Star 1700 37429 8,985 $6,875
Newark and Hillendale LOWLIFES MADE $2,400 IN CREDIT CARD CHARGES 2005 Yamaha Road Star Silverado 37405 18,779 $7,950
roads, officials said. Creeps made $2,400 of charges on a Devon resident’s 2008 Yamaha Road Star Warrior 37457 7,556 $9,250
credit card, police said. The victim also received a bank 2003 Yamaha Road Star Warrior 37200 18,704 $5,750
2006 Yamaha Stratoliner Midnight 37430 12,619 $9,995
POLICE: AVONDALE notice regarding unpaid debt of about $700, police said.
2005 Yamaha V-Max 1200 37384 8,358 $6,850
MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI POLICE: TEENS CITED FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING
2007 Yamaha V-Star 1100 Classic 37336 532 $6,650
Jose Moreno-Medina, 2009 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Tour 37449 1,587 $9,925
Harrison Troy, 18, and a 17-year-old Malvern girl were 2006 Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic 37364 7,128 $4,250
18, of Avondale, was cited for underage drinking after an incident on the 500
arrested and charged with 2007 Yamaha V-Star 650 Clsc 37418 1,897 $4,550
block of South Union Street in Kennett Square on Feb. 27, 2007 Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom 37416 9,259 $4,250
DUI after a one-vehicle police said. 2008 Yamaha V-Star Classic 1100 37372 4,596 $7,250
accident on the 400 block 2005 Yamaha V-Star Silverado 1100 37444 1,3715 $5,850
of Church Road in New 2007 Yamaha XT225 37221 6,250 $2,500
Garden Township on Feb. POLICE: BOY VIOLATED CURFEW 2006 Yamaha YZF R1 37231 8,317 $7,199
26, police said. A 15-year-old Kennett Square boy was cited for violating 2007 Yamaha YZF600R 37437 4,280 $4,650
curfew on the 200 block of South Walnut Street in Kennett
Square on Feb. 26, police said.
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EGG GOONS ATTACK VEHICLES SLUGS SWIPE CYCLE BOZOS BASHED MAILBOXES
Fools fired eggs at vehicles on the 700 block of Creeps stole a white 1999 Kawasaki KX100 on Slugs smashed mailboxes on Ridge Road in Leacock
Maple Street in Honey Brook between Feb. 26 and 27, Laurel Road in Newlin Township between Feb. 23 Township between March 2 and 3, state police at
state police at Embreeville said. and 24, state police at Embreeville said. The victim Lancaster said. The victims are H. Hoover, 73, of
The victims are Donald Piersol Jr., 64, and Wanda is Mark Lee, 47, of Coatesville, state police said. Gordonville, and Mary Esh, 24, of Gordonville, state
Piersol, state police said. Anybody with information is asked to contact the police said. Anybody with information is asked to con-
state police at (484) 340-3241. tact the state police at (717) 299-7650.
OFFICIALS: MAN FLED FROM POLICE
300 GALLONS OF FUEL
Goons stole 300 gallons
of fuel from a tank at the
Gap Auction on Mine Road
A man fled from a traffic stop in his vehicle Lancaster City police assisted in arresting Luis eral charges, including fleeing and eluding a police in Salisbury Township
on Lime and Green streets in Lancaster on Rivera-Perez, officials said. Rivera-Perez, who officer, recklessly endangering another person, between Jan. 15 and March
March 3, state police at Lancaster said. was stopped for an expired inspection, faces sev- false ID to law enforcement, state police said. 1, state police at Lancaster
BOZOS BREAK SUSPECT HAD POT
A 34-year-old West
Chester woman was
AUTHORITIES: MAN POLICE: MAN
ARRESTED FOR DUI
arrested for DUI and pos-
session of a small amount
of marijuana, state police
at Embreeville said.
A Pottstown man exposed his genitals to a resident on
33, of Wilmington, Del.,
was arrested for DUI after
an accident on Route 322 in
West Bradford Township on
March 2, state police at
Thugs busted into the Brandywine Pharmacy on Tatum Hawkins was the 3300 block of St. Peter's Road in Warwick Township Embreeville said.
Conestoga Avenue in Honey Brook on March 1, state stopped at a checkpoint in June, state police at Embreeville said.
police at Embreevile said. Gregory Braccia loitered around an apartment build-
One inside, the jerks opened cabinet drawers behind
on Route 322 in West
Bradford Township on ing, peering through windows and talking to residents, POLICE: TEEN CITED
the counter and left through the rear supply door, state Feb. 19, and a strong state police said. FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING
police said. Nothing was reported missing. odor of marijuana Braccia then exposed himself to a 41-year-old man A 19-year-old
The alarm sounded after the burglars made their emanated out of the vehi- before fleeing in a dark sedan, state police said. Downingtown man was
forced entry, state police said. After an investigation, Braccia was identified and cited for underage drinking
cle, state police said. after an incident on the
Anybody with information is asked to contact the Hawkins was charged, charged with indecent exposure, state police said. Horseshoe Pike in Honey
state police at (484) 340-3241. state police said. Brook on March 3, state
VEHICLE SPINS OUT, HITS MAILBOX police at Embreeville said.
A vehicle driven by Rachel Oswald, 19, of
Birdsboro, lost control on the snow-covered Route 322, VEHICLE SIDESWIPES
In large print at: www.NAOG.ws/pc
spun out and struck a mailbox in Honey Brook on Feb.
26, state police at Embreeville said.
An unknown vehicle side-
Northampton Assembly of God Nobody was injured. swiped a vehicle driven by
3449 Cherryville Rd., Northampton • Sun. 10:45 am & 6 pm; Wed. 7:30 pm Paul Flynn, 42, of Coatesville,
Daniel E. Lundmark • pastor@NAOG.ws • 610-262-5645 POLICE: NEW HOLLAND MAN CHARGED WITH DUI and kept going on
Marshallton Thorndale Road
Cesar Mares, 25, of New Holland, was charged for in West Bradford Township
Then Jesus Came! DUI after being stopped at a checkpoint on Route 322 on March 3, state police at
in West Bradford Township on Feb. 20, state police at Embreeville said. Flynn and
There was such a good response to last week’s “When Jesus Comes” col- Embreeville said. his passenger, a 14-year-old
umn that I decided to preach Sunday on the title of that song “Then Jesus Mares also was cited for driving under suspension, Coatesville girl, were not
Came!” I mentioned that there was great spiritual darkness in Israel, but state police said. injured, state police said.
“Then Jesus Came!” He came, “That it might be fulfilled which was spoken
by Esaias the prophet, saying…The people which sat in darkness saw great VEHICLES COLLIDE
light; and to them which sat in the region and shadow of death light is POLICE: MAN VIOLATED ORDER
sprung up” (Matthew 4:14-16). Sin, disease, and bondage to Satan saturat- Reinaldo Perez, 41, of New Providence, violated a IN WALLACE TWP.
protection from abuse order during an incident on Vehicles driven by Susan
ed society, but then Jesus came and read Isaiah’s prophecy, “The Spirit of Nace, 56, of Spring City, and
the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to Locust Lane in Providence Township on Feb. 25, state
police at Lancaster said. Timothy Butler, 44, of Atglen,
the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliver- The victim was Anastasia Perez, 44, of New were involved in an accident
ance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liber- Providence, police said.
on Fairview Road in Wallace
ty them that are bruised.” Then Jesus proclaimed, “This day is this scrip- Township on Feb. 26, state
ture fulfilled in your ears” (Luke 4:18, 21). “And great multitudes police at Embreeville said.
came…lame, blind, dumb, maimed, and many others…and he healed them” BOX TRUCK STRIKES SUV Nobody was injured.
(Matthew 15:30). A box truck slid off Route 272 and slammed into a
In Mark 9:14-27 we read of a father whose son was possessed by a demon Land Rover SUV that was stuck in a snow bank in East POLICE: EPHRATA MAN
that tried to kill him repeatedly by throwing him into the fire and water. Then Drumore Township, police said. CHARGED WITH DUI
Jesus came and set the son free! Michael Nagle, 34, of
A man was full of leprosy and consequently a hopeless outcast of society. VEHICLES CRACK UP IN EAST DRUMORE Ephrata, was charged with
DUI after a traffic violation
Then Jesus came “and touched him…And immediately the leprosy A 1999 Ford Ranger and a 1992 Honda Sedan were
on Route 322 in Honey
departed from him” (Luke 5:12-13). involved in an accident on Route 272 in East Drumore Brook on Feb. 19, state
Zacchaeus, a rich tax collector for Rome, was a lonely man hated by the Township on Feb. 26, state police at Lancaster said. police at Embreeville said.
Jews and a man with deep spiritual needs. Then Jesus Came! Zacchaeus
discovered that Jesus knew his name and everything about him resulting SUSPECT ILLEGALLY USES WOMAN’S BON-TON CARD POLICE: W.C. MAN
in the conviction and repentance of his sins, and a changed life.” A suspect gained access to the 34-year-old Martic
The last verse of this song, “Then Jesus Came,” says, “So, men, today, Township woman's Bon-Ton card and used to go on a
ARRESTED AFTER CRASH
have found the Savior able. They could not conquer passion, lust and sin. Sarai Garcia, 26, of West
shopping spree on Feb. 2, state police at Lancaster Chester, was arrested for DUI
Their broken hearts had left them sad and lonely, Then Jesus came and said. after a one-vehicle crash on
dwelt, Himself, within.” Have you found it so? The suspect charged a total of $509.94 at a Bon-Ton Route 322 at Romig Road in
Note: Hear this “Then Jesus Came!” message at: www.naog.ws/sermons.htm store in Eddystone, police said. West Bradford on Feb. 11,
state police said.
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ROLE REVERSAL WITH CHINA
he fortunes of the United States and ance the budget. Many of Nixon’s successors do
China have changed dramatically since
1972. In that year, the United States,
OUR VIEW not seem to care about a balanced budget, or at
least some semblance of one.
although bogged down by the Vietnam War, tionship between the two countries today is that As the United States has increasingly spent
boasted the most powerful economy in the roles have been reversed. China’s economy in money it does not have, China has positioned
world. China, which had just experienced 1972 was perhaps the most poorly run in the itself as the United States’ creditor. As a result,
mass upheaval, was one of the poorest coun- world. China was under the rule of Mao Zedong, China is now lecturing the United States on how
tries in the world. who caused famines, destitution and mass social to pursue sound economic policy. Such a situa-
Today, China is our creditor and is lec- dislocation and death through his policies. In tion seemed unthinkable during Nixon’s journey,
turing us on how to run our economy. going to China, Nixon represented a country although Nixon himself often predicted that
Unfortunately, the Chinese are right. where the economy, although it had problems, China one day would be an economic giant.
In 1972, President Nixon went to ran smoothly and orderly. The United States was The latest Chinese criticism directed at us is
China and began the process of end- a model for other countries to follow. not to let our deficit get further out of control.
ing the diplomatic freeze between Since Nixon’s visit, China has kept its author- The Democrats in Congress should heed this
the two countries that began at itarian rule but abandoned Mao’s economic poli- warning as they seek to massively expand the
the start of the Cold War. The cies. It has gone from a communist dictatorship budget deficit through new health-care, environ-
United States and China estab- to a capitalist one. mental and other programs. Perhaps the best
lished official diplomatic rela- The United States, on the other hand, has question is not whether they have enough votes
tions several years later under consistently ignored sound economics and spent to pass these measures, but instead whether the
President Carter. money that it does not have. Nixon wanted to Chinese financial institutions will want to fund
The most striking difference spur employment, but his measures to do so them. Congress must remember that we are no
between Nixon’s visit to China and the rela- were relatively small, and he also wanted to bal- longer spending our own money.
WITH THE NCAA TOURNEY, EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
Villanova fans, don’t despair. I know you feel better? Even the Temple loss didn’t
you’re dealing with an NCAA upset hang- take some of the sting out of your defeat?
over, but it could be worse. Let me try again to make you feel better
You could be Kansas fans. by continuing to point out the misery of oth-
The second-seeded Wildcats’ loss wasn’t ers. For example, imagine if you were one
completely unexpected. Yes, they were sup- There aren't many things Jimmie the Roush Fenway Racing trio of of the poor saps who selected Kansas and
posed to beat 10th-seeded St. Mary’s, but Johnson hasn't accomplished dur- Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth and Carl Villanova for your Final Four.
Villanova has been struggling for the past ing his stellar career. But on Sunday Edwards to move ahead of Busch What? You are one of those people and
month. The Wildcats lost five of their final he did something he had never and Johnson. you’re a Villanova fan? Well … never mind.
seven games entering the NCAA tourna- done before: win at Bristol. The question was whether CHALK IT UP TO THE EXPERTS:
ment, then needed overtime and several for- Johnson picked up the 50th Cup Johnson and Busch had enough Speaking of unpredictability and NCAA
tuitous calls by the referees to pull out an Series victory of his career Sunday time left in the race to take advan- brackets, it’s time to chastise the so-called
opening-round victory in the Food City 500. He seemed tage of their four new tires. It didn't college basketball experts for their selec-
over 15th-seeded more excited, though, to finally get take Johnson long to provide an tions on Selection Sunday.
Robert Morris. his first victory on the legendary answer. Regardless of what channel you turned
You didn’t need short track. The race restarted with 10 laps to to, these "experts" were almost unanimous
ESP (or ESPN) to The No. 48 was one of the two go. Six laps later, Johnson passed in picking Kansas to win the tournament.
forecast difficulties for best cars all day, but Johnson's vic- Tony Stewart to take the lead. Once OK, I did the same thing. However, at least
the Wildcats in this tory wasn't easy. He and Kurt Busch he had the lead, nobody was going I had the gumption to pick upsets coming
tournament. They were battled near the lead for most of the to catch him. out of the other brackets.
vulnerable against race, but a caution flag inside the Johnson has won three of the A "surprise" pick for most of these guys
teams with strong final 20 laps created a strategical five Cup races this year. He seems was picking one No. 2 seed to reach the
ERIC inside games and,
even though they are
dilemma. intent on destroying any notions Final Four. In many cases, that No. 2 seed
FISHER deep, had become
Busch and Johnson, the top two
cars, took four new tires when they
that success has made him compla-
cent. Geez. Thanks for the "expert" advice.
overly dependent on pitted with 17 laps to go. Many cars, The only hope the other drivers WHO’S THE EXPERT?: By the way,
Scottie Reynolds. If you picked them to however, took just two tires. Taking have is that Johnson is peaking too my wife picked Northern Iowa to defeat
reach the Final Four, you weren’t paying two tires enabled Tony Stewart and early. -- Eric Fisher Kansas. I swear. She even has Northern
attention. Iowa reaching the Final Four.
On the other hand, Kansas was the over- If the Panthers reach the Final Four, I
whelming favorite to win this year’s tourna- to a very good Cornell team that should not throwing an overtime scare into Villanova. might consider letting her write this column
ment. There is a lot of parity, but Kansas have been a No. 12 seed. Any lingering The second day started with Cornell’s every week. Perhaps she could even replace
seemed to be the one team that stood head doubts about the Big Red were erased after upset of fifth-seeded Temple. There weren’t one of the "experts" on CBS or ESPN.
and shoulders above the others. they whipped Wisconsin yesterday to reach any major upsets the rest of the day, but No. LAST, BUT NOT LEAST: After the
Wrong. the Sweet 16. 4 seeds Wisconsin and Purdue had to sweat first round of the NCAA tournament, it was
The Jayhawks bowed out to Northern The loss hurts now. But as time goes by, out nail-biters against Wofford and Siena, fashionable to bash the Big East.
Iowa on Saturday in one of the tournament’s the Owls should eventually take pride in respectively. Georgetown, Notre Dame and Marquette
all-time shockers. Their loss was totally their second straight Atlantic 10 title and Saturday, however, was the day of the suffered upset losses, Villanova struggled,
unexpected. their 29 victories. giant-killers. A No. 1 seed (Kansas), a No. 2 and Louisville was awful against California.
In the NCAA tournament, however, we UNPREDICTABLE: The NCAA tourna- (Villanova) and a No. 3 (New Mexico) all However, Syracuse and West Virginia
should have learned to expect the unexpect- ment is known for its unpredictability. were sent home, with the Wildcats and reached the Sweet 16 rather handily,
ed. That’s one reason the first four days of the Lobos eliminated by teams with double-digit although the Mountaineers survived some
TEMPLE OF DOOM AND GLOOM: tournament are as exciting as any sporting seeds. semi-anxious moments late in Sunday’s vic-
Temple also was a first-round upset victim, event all year. On Sunday, Cornell joined St. Mary’s and tory over Missouri. Pittsburgh’s game hadn’t
but Owls fans shouldn’t feel quite as The upsets started on the first day, when Washington (which beat New Mexico) as ended by deadline for this column, but it’s
gloomy as Villanova fans. third-seeded Georgetown, fourth-seeded double-digit seeds in the Sweet 16. possible the Big East could have three teams
First, not as much was expected of Vanderbilt and sixth-seeded Marquette and POURING SALT INTO THE in the Sweet 16.
Temple as Villanova, which reached the Notre Dame were eliminated. The first day WOUND: Still feeling down, ‘Nova fans? That doesn’t make the conference the Big
Final Four last season. Second, Temple lost started, of course, with Robert Morris Thinking about Kansas losing didn’t make Beast. But it’s not the Big Least, either.
PA G E 5 3 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
The time has come for the Sixers to end this out of the gym with the likes of an up and com- Jordan’s shortcomings and his errors in judg-
charade. It’s time to clean house and start anew. ing Andre Iguodala, Lou Williams and Andre ment by tinkering with his nightly rotation more
Last season General Manager Ed Stefanski Miller leading the charge. By hiring a coach than a 3-year-old with its newest toy on
put the fan base through a musical chairs act fea- who’s offense is predicated on multiple passes, Christmas morning, have led to the decision
turing Doug Collins, Jeff Van Gundy and Avery intricate schemes and deliberate half court play, being made by Ed Snider and company to fire
Johnson, to name a few. Each was brought into Stefanski effectively put the breaks on thorough- him either by the time you read this column or
town for an interview only to be given an breds and proceeded to try and hammer a square by season’s end. That much is for sure. That
Amtrak ticket out in favor of Stefanski’s friend peg down a round hole. much is necessary.
and former coach in New Jersey, Eddie Jordan. Jordan is incompetent as an NBA coach in What isn’t known at this point is the future role
And so, the rapid descent from playoff con- today’s era. He is overmatched and there is no of Stefanski in the organization. Sources claim that
tender to bottom dweller was etched in stone. hiding that fact as even his players have given up his role as general manager will be re-evaluated at
MATT Jordan and his Princeton offense were never a
fit in Philadelphia. Not with a nucleus that’s forte
on him and surrendered the remainder of the sea-
son to collecting performance bonuses and plan-
season’s end. I’m here to advocate that the powers
that be at Comcast-Spectacor go one step further
LOMBARDO the previous two seasons was running opponents ning golf outings. There is no hiding these facts. and gut this franchise with one fell swoop.
While Jordan’s coaching mistakes have been
egregious at every corner, he is not the lone wolf
responsible for the 76ers current malaise with little
hope for the future. Stefanski needs to be held
accountable for the errors of his ways since taking
this position, as well. Stefanski awarded Iguodala a
$90 million extension, ignoring the fact that he is a
terrible 3-point shooter despite his best efforts to
prove himself as one every night.
It also was Stefanski who signed Elton Brand
to a max contract two seasons ago despite
injuries and age already beginning to drag on his
career. And lets not forget that it was Jordan who
elected not to trade Samuel Dalembert and
Iguodala at the deadline for even a hint of salary
THE MATT LOMBARDO SHOW
In the NBA teams must get bad in order to get
good. The draft lottery system favors teams who
finish with sub par records and trim pay roll for
the short-term, and stock up on youthful talent in
hopes for long term prolonged success. Thanks
THE FASTEST HOUR IN SPORTS RADIO • WEEKDAYS at 5 p.m. to both Jordan and Stefanski, the Sixers are stuck
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The Matt Lombardo Show features high awful enough to garner a top selection in the
energy, passionate and fast-paced sports talk draft. What’s worse is, thanks to Stefanski’s
from host Matt Lombardo. financial decisions on contracts, the Sixers have
Airing every Monday through Friday no cap room to sign a marquee free agent and
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Show features a unique blend of That is why, it is imperative the 76ers to fire
regional, national and local both the head coach and the general manager. It’s
sports talk as only Lombardo time to move on. Rebuilding in the NBA is a two
can deliver. to three year process that when overseen by
Matt tackles hot but- competent basketball minds can result in the
ton issues facing the construction of dynasties.
Eagles, Phillies, The Sixers don’t have minds capable of
Flyers and Sixers. pulling off that task right now. Until they do, this
The Matt franchise is destined to be mediocre or worse.
Lombardo Show Firing Jordan would be like pealing the band aid
is the authority for off slow, while cleaning house and letting
local high school Stefanski go as well, would be like quickly rip-
sports. Lombardo wel- ping it off and replacing it with a stronger band-
comes national, regional and age.
There is young talent on this team. Jrue
local sports figures as guests and Holliday has shown promise. As has Marreese
takes your phone calls to find the Speights when healthy. The time has come to let
pulse of the Chester County sports fan. the kids play, evaluate the talent on the roster
and then find a general manager and a head
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PA G E 5 4 • M A R C H 2 9 , 2 0 1 0
FUN & GAMES
CROSSWORD: THE 1970s
POLICE: LADY, 74,
1. Prefix for "four"
6. Mature eggs
released at ovulation
9. Aquarium scum
A 74-year-old Palm Coast, Fla., woman punched
13. *Home run hero a deputy in the arm and tried to stab and kick offi-
14. *Elizabeth Taylor cers after she was pulled over for driving 10 miles
did it to Richard Burton over the speed limit, authorities said.
in 1975 Elizabeth Millonig was arrested and charged with
15. Pinocchio became fleeing and eluding a police officer, resisting arrest
"_ ____ live boy" with violence and battery on a law-enforcement offi-
16. *NASA sent one of cer, he Flagler County Sheriff's Office said.
these to Venus and Officials said she was driving 40 miles an hour in
Mercury in the 1970s a 30-mph zone.
17. Hawaiian necklace She was released after posting a $7,500 bond.
18. What someone HUGS BANNED AT SCHOOL: Principal
who is biased does Allison Couch says the hugging was out of control
19. Walks heavily at her southwest Portland, Ore., middle school. So
21. *Reason for oil she banned hugs.
shortage Couch says students at West Sylvan Middle
23. *This men's adorn- School could not pass each other in the hallway
ment widened in the without a hug. The girls were hugging one another
1970s all the time. Kids were late to class because of the
24. Free of impurities hugs.
25. Chips accompani- She says she was prompted to act in late February
ment in part because of a school bus incident that drew
28. Seed cover police. She won't describe what happened, but says
30. "Yes, ______!" or no students were harmed.
"No, ____--!" Also, it appeared to her that some students at the
35. 15th of March, nearly 600-pupil school were hugging others who
May, July or October did not want the sign of affection.
37. Bucolic poem She says her policy may sound unreasonable to
39. *Bob Vila began some outside the school. But if someone had filed
using these on "This suit because of unwanted touching, that would have
Old House" in '79
been a bigger story.
40. This or swim
41. 1950s Rock star AP
43. Little piggies
44. Resembling a cone
46. Sound of pain SUDOKU
47. Volcano in Sicily
48. Inflammation of the
50. Word of mouth
52. "___ it isn't so"
53. *Cheap Trick lyric:
"I ____ you to ____ me"
55. "Fee ___ Fo Fum" plate 22. *___ Fields 45. Classic foreign film
57. *Type of accident 2. Some only hear Cookies, launched in "______ Paradiso"
at Three Mile Island what they want to hear late '70s 49. One is black and
61. Artilleryman 3. *When not at full 24. Layered wood one is red
64. Poppy seed deriva- speed, Secretariat did 25. *"Saturday Night 51. Join together
tive this Fever" music 54. Deteriorate
65. Pooh's wise friend 4. *One of George 26. Dostoevsky's "The 56. One who is related
67. *_____ Wojtyla, Lucas' automatons _____" on the mother's side
aka Pope John Paul II 5. Deficiency of red 27. 100 _____ equal 1 57. Groove at ends of
69. Panna _____, blood cells markka in Finland a bow and end of arrow
dessert 6. Plural of #65 Across 29. The same, legal 58. Second word of a
70. *Billy ___ Williams 7. Victory sign citation fairytale?
as Bingo Long 8. Farewell in Paris 31. Memorization by 59. Make a reference
71. Rival of Carthage 9. A particular region repetition 60. Plucked string
72. *Wounded ____, 10. *Producer of "All in 32. *1977 mini-series instrument
site of another infamous the Family" and hit 61. *This Campbell hit
standoff "Maude" 33. Helen in Russia big with "Rhinestone
73. Poetic "even" 11. *Pre-Eagles, Joe 34. English homework? Cowboy"
74. _____ cypress, Walsh was in the James 36. Short play 62. *"Layla" performer
popular in home decor ____ 38. A person with a 63. *Type of pet fad
12. In addition long nose? 66. Itty-bitty
DOWN 15. Even though 42. State of complete 68. Put in horizontal
1. Gregory Hines' shoe 20. State of danger confusion position
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ARIES (MARCH 21 -
APRIL 20): It's obvious that
something isn't right. This
used to be simple but all of a
sudden it's too complicated
or too much.
TAURUS (APRIL 21 -
MAY 20): You can't pretend
this doesn't bother you. The
problem is; if you show any
sign that you're ticked off
about it you will fall into a
GEMINI (MAY 21 -
JUNE 20): You keep
rewinding back to the begin-
ning of the same old thing.
Grinding your axe and using
the past as an excuse for all
kinds of inappropriate
behavior will only go so far
with those who have to put
up with it.
CANCER (JUNE 21 -
Whatever isn't working
can't be blamed entirely on
externals; you made this
bed. Your current situation
would make more sense if
SATURDAY, MARCH 27 • 1-3 p.m.
you could own up to the fact
that blind faith made it hard FEATURING:
to see the truth.
LEO (JULY 21 - AUG.
20): In order to know what A LIVE CALL-IN FROM
to keep and what to throw
away you need to figure out
what matters to you.
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