Thunday, April It, 118^
Page 12 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada
McDonalds robbed at gunpoint
Police blotter His weapon was described as a small black A search of the area proved unsuccessf\il.
board approves McDonalds restaurant in Henderson was
robbed of an unknown amount of money dur-
steel semi-automatic handgun with brown
wood grips, similar to a .32 or .25 caliber
Raven Arms weapon, according to reports. Boulder man arrested for second DUI
ing mid-morning hours last Thursday, ac- Harold Richard Dolph, 34, of Boulder City
The suspect apparently carried the weapon
.r applications cording to Henderson police reports.
A white, male adult, approximately 30 in his right-side waistband, then moved it to
his front pocket for the robbery. Witnesses
was arrested March 29 by Henderso[n police
for his second driving under the influence
The ' .1
charitable sohcitatibns were
years old, had been loitering inside the
store's customer - counter area when he ap- said the suspect used his left hand extensively, charge within one year.
According to reports, Dolph was driving ;
approved by the Board at its Regular Meeting proached an employee and asked for the Latent prints and a composite drawing
have been acquired by Henderson police, and weaving within his traffic lane, south- ^.
of April 5. manager. bound on Boulder Highway, when a traffic t
American Legion Baseball Team - To conduct When the manager spoke to the suspect, the according to reports, and investigation con-
a raffle for a trip and also sell ad«sp,ace on a robber told the manager he had a gun and tinues. stop occurred.
promotional team poster to raise funds for the Woman mugged in casino restroom Dolph was convicted of his first charge
requested "all the money" be put into a blue
expenses of the American Legion Baseball A robbery occurred at a downtown casino June 7,1983 in Las Vegas Municipal Court.
pillow case the suspect gave to the manager
Team; from 4/5/84 through 5/31/84. The manager then emptied one of the cash in the early morning hours April 1. Nabb in Jail on sex charges
Disabled American Veterans, Black Moun- registers and gave the bag to the robber when A 55-year-oId female resident, who had The Henderson Police Department, acting
tain Chapter 12 - To sell "Forget-me-Not" the suspect fled on foot, easterly toward Har- been gambling in the club earlier in the pursuant to felony warrant for three counts
flowers by general contacts to raise funds to aid evening, entered the bathroom. of statutory sexual seduction and three
needy veterans and their families; from 4/23/84 ris Street.
The suspect was described as six-foot, At this point, a Mexican male adult, 5'10", counts of lewdness with a minor, arrested
through 4/29/84; one-inch tall with a heavy build, weighing 195 medium build, mid 20's, stubble beard, Harold Woodson Nabb, 36, at his residence at
Robert tajHor PTA,- To conduct a school stringy long hair, wearing a black jacket and 115 Fir Street, April 5.
carnival and raffle to help raise funds for the pounds with a small pot belly, brown hair,
trimmed and clean-cut with a bruise under blue Levis, entered the bathroom and struck This arrest ends a two-month investigation
purchase of educational equipment for the in which a 15-year-old female was the victim.
his left eye. He was wearing blue jeans, a long the victim causing minor injury.
* school; from 4/5/84 through 5/5/84. Nabb is currently detained in Henderson
Boys & Girls Club of Henderson - To conduct sleeved light brown shirt, a sweater with a The suspect removed approximately $975
white strip and thongs. from the victim's purse and fled. jail on $75,000 bail.
the annual Century Club Drive and also conduct
a raffle to raise funds for the continued supp<)rt
of programs and services at the Boys & Girls
Club; from 4/16/84 through 7/16/84;
National Multiple Sclerosis Society - To solicit
donations from door-to-door in conjunction with
the JayCee Women to raise funds for patient
services for people with M.S. in Southern
Nevada; from 4/4/84 through 4/15/84;
PAT CLARK PONTIACS'
Henderson Aerials Gymnastic Team - To
solicit pledges for gym tricks to be performed to
raise funds for the gym team's expenses; from
4/11/84 through 4/27/84.
In addition, the following charitable solicita-
tions were approved by the board in prior
months and are still in effect:
111 A HI I DON'T MISS OUT
Fay Galloway PTO - To conduct a raffle by
selling tickets door-to-door to raise funds for the
purchase of school equipment and supplies; BUY OR LEASE! BUY OR LEASE!
from 3/15/84 through 5/15/84; .X
Kiwanis Club of Henderson - To conduct the
Kiwanis' annual peanut drive to raise funds for
their various community service projects; from
^^'^ '84 PONTIAC 1000 84 PONTIi
3/15/64 through 6/15/84;
Varsity Scout Troop #6355 - To paint house
numbers on residential street curbs to raise
funds for scouting expenses; - from 3/15/84
C.T. Sewell PTA - To conduct a school
catQiyal and raffle to raise funds for school
equipment and teaching aids; from 3/1/84
St. Peters Youth Group - To conduct a raffle
for a grandfather's clock to raise funds for youth
CASH PRICE 5810 CASH PRICE.
group activities and charitable community
projects; from 3/5/84 through 5/5/84;
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American Cancer Society - To solicit by Pat Clark Pontlac. On Approved Credit. «7844
paid by Pat Clarlt Pontiac. On Approved Credit. «7832
donations from door-to-door via neighborhood
representatives to raise funds for the support of
the society's research, educational and rehabili-
,^ '84 PONTIAC BONNEVfLLE
tation programs; from 4/4/84 through 4/22/84;
Betty Honn's Animal Adoptions, Inc. -
To conduct a raffle, mail soUfitation and
various other fund-raising activities to raise
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funds for the construction of a dormitory and for
repair expenses; from 3/19/84 through
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Henderson Emblem Club - To conduct a raffle
for a cash prize and sell luau dinner tickets to
raise funds for various charitable donations by
the Emblem Club; from 3/1/84 through 5/5/84;
Henderson Chamber of Commerce - To solicit
funds through general contacts and by mail to ^d. '84 PONTIAC FIERO^
help cover the cost of the 1984 Industrial Days
events; from 1/30/84 through 4/29/84.
Any other solicitors for a charitable Come In
organization are operating without the benefit And
of a permit and should be reported immediately
to the Henderson Police Department at
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