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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - January 24, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana M V 141 TRIBUNE 50 cents Kokomo resident admits to shooting By MIKE FLETCHER Tribune staff writer A Kokomo man was arrested Sunday after he admitted shoot ing another man in the face and Greg 266 Road 400 was listed in stable condi tion at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center suffering from gunshot wounds to the face and according to the According to a press release by Larkin FourkiUer of the Koko mo Police Charles 1500 Wi Mark land Lot 97 was arrested at the Kokomo Police Department on a Class D felony criminal reck lessness after the Officers responded to 1500 Markland Lot 108 at Sunday in regards to a When officers arrived they found Riley in the As police were on the Stubble field approached the officers and told them he was involved in the An investigation revealed that around 3 Riley had gone to Stubblefields residence and knocked on the Stubblefield answered the door and words were exchanged between the At one Riley broke the door glass separating the two men and struck Stubblefield in the according to Police took him into custody and transported him to the Koko mo Police Department where he was placed under fte was also treated for small cuts and lac erations to the face resulting from the police Stubblefield then told police that Riley had attempted to gain entry into his Stubblefield Kokomo police Rick Nutt leads Charles from a trailer at 1500 Markland after he was arrested following a shooting i Tribune photo by Tim Bath stated he fired two rounds from a caliber revolver striking Riley in the face and police Riley their began the trailer and Stubblefield fired another round at but didnt hit Riley ran to Lot 108 where police conducted a search of Stubbie rfields trailer aridlbcatedHtems in connection with the It was also learned that the weapon used had been reported stolen pn according to the Detectives are cur rently reviewing the which remains under Anyone with information con cerning this case should contact FourkiUer at Michael Holsapple at Officer Michael Banush at 456 or the KPD Hotline at 864 Fundraising effort in the air Aim is to save 17 planes at air park and museum ByLISAFIPPS Tribune staff writer GRISSOM AIR FORCE The fundraising effort to save 17 planes at the Grissom Park and museum is finally off the The Howard County Conven tion Visitors Commission has reaffirmed its donation of to People Rescuing Our Planes the Grissom Air Park Preservation The owners of the the United States Air Force Museum at WrightPatterson Air Field in recently agreed to let the planes remain at Grissom after the base is realigned as a reservist As part of the the museums the Heritage Museum must raise by April 1 and have plans for the museum developed before the base is In making this the Howard County Convention Visitors Commission challenged other civic organizations and busi nesses to do tne In the commission specifi cally challenged the Chambers of Commerce in Logans port and Peru to match the If those organizations accept the the Heritage Museum Foundation will have nearly a third of the amount it Peggy director of the said that it is impor tant to help the museum project considering Grissom is a major tourism draw to this Visitors who travel to see the museum will spend the night in Kokomo and dine at local thereby generating revenue for the The Heritage Museum Founda tion Saturday launched the aggressive cam The campaign will target veter ans service womens school industries and A number of other planes locat ed at Grissom date from the Cold War era and from the Vietnam and Desert Storm con If the money is not the planes will be removed and shipped to museums and air parks in other according to the Air Foster case may go to jury today There is a chance that the case of Larry who is accused of misappropriating funds associat ed with a Job Training Partnership Act program at KoxomoCenter could go to the jury That was the indication Special Judge Douglas Morton gave the jury about when he recessed the case for the week Attorney William Beck II was expected to continue his defense of Foster in Howard Circuit Court It was not clear how many witnesses Beck planned to The defense will be followed by closing arguments from Prosecu tor James Andrews and Morton will then give final instructions to the composed of three men and three It will then be up to the jury to decide Fosters Andrews rested the states case after four days of testimo Prosecutors maintain that Fos 500 Road 2782 misap propriated about in Job Training Partnership Act funds during the summer of He is charged with four counts of one count of inducing or causing theft and one count of ghost all Class D He is also charged with one Class A misdemeanorcount of official On the jury heard from Foster and an attorney from Lebanon who to testify in Fosters Although he admitted some mis takes during his former role as KokomoCenters director of vocational and adult Foster maintained his Andrews and Chief Deputy Prosecutor Ronald Byal have accused Foster of white collar crime in his former job and dur ing the administration of a JTPA Among other prosecu tors allege Foster failed to meet terms of the JTPA grant by failing to provide teaching activities for youth in the receiving to which he was not entitled and allowing his former secretary to receive pay for a twoweek vacation to which she was not mother LOS ANGELES AP Cheri Villaire couldnt shake the TV image of a woman camping under sheets of plastic a dayrold so she and her husband set out to help the new But first they had to find We were lucky with the fires and the sp we thought wed help Marty Villaire Touring the National Guard tents in the mornings 40degree the Villaires didnt find trje whose name was unknown to but they did give refugees toys and the Villaires tried Valley Presbyterian where TV crews said they might find the No at a refugee camp in Reseda they found Conception Cervantes hud dled under plastic sheeting with her first bundled in layers blankets a tiny 21 gave birth Thursday by Friday was Jiv ing the fearful pf the after shocks that also her from returning She declined the offer oflhe Villages accept to buy milk and God is helping all Qf us Inside Local Boulevard School has a new Page Style Travel agents receive a com mission from airlines for the passengers they Does that system of payment affect the service agents provide the traveler or is the customer receiving a valuable service compliments of the airlines Page Sports Western gets the first shot at state champion Kokomo in the JHSAA Girls Basketball Page Also inside Classified News of SjUNTED WITH my INK Decision on skater put on hold Newspaper says authorities have enough evidence to arrest Harding AP The Figure Skating Association wants some hard facts about Tonya Harding and the attack on her Nancy before deciding whether she competes in the Winter Were waiting for law enforce ment officials to get the correct Figure Skating Association spokeswoman Kristin Matta said And the Olympic Commit tee is waiting for the figure skat ing association to Its in their back spokesman Mike Moran A grand jury investigation was to resume Four people have been charged with conspiring to club Kerrigan on the knee 6 in Detroit Hardings Jeff Gillooly her onetime Shawn Eckardt the alleged hit Shane and the alleged driver of the getaway Derrick The attack kept Kerrigan out of the national figure skating cham which Harding went on the Both skaters were given spots on the Olympic Harding hasnt been charged and denies any Eckhardt has accused her of helping plan cover up the The citing unidenti fied reported today that authorities think they have enough evidence to arrest Hard but dont want to charge her until theyre sure theyve got a watertight According to the much of the case against Harding is based on statements from three of the four men Hardings Robert did not immediately respond to messages requesting comment that The Associated Press left on answering machines at his home and office early The grand jury has until 3 to issue its report three days after the USFSA must name its fig ure team and nine days before the Olympics begin in Lille While the skating associations code of ethics allows it to remove someone for statements or considered detrimental to the welfare of figure its 45 members are waiting for concrete like the grand jury before Matta The Oregonian report ed that Harding approached two men about bumping off her husband last summer because she suspected him of stealing her Settlement near in Jackson case LA Times claims deal could be between million and million Times LOS ANGELES Lawyers for MjchsfMackspn and a bpy who claims the pop star sexually him were clpse tp settling law the Lop reported Attorneys hpped the settlement M deal that could be between million and fie newspar citing unnamed sources it described as Michael Jackson has denied No criminal charges have been TWO criminal investigations into the boys molestation allegations are and it is unclear how tjjey would be influenced by a Legal experts told the Times that written agreement could pre vent inifc 14yearold from testify jng at a criminal New Yprk Post columnist Cindy Adams said today that the supposed settle ment would be for with an initial cash payment of million going to the boys father and the remainder channeled into a trust fund for the She also cited unnamed Time magazine also reported the figure as in an agreement in which Jackson would maintain his innocence and the boy would not talk about the Rumors of a settlement also sur faced in where a tabloid reported Jackson had agreed to pay million to the Phone messages left Sunday night for Larry the boy s and Howard an attorney representing were not The civil trial was set to begin u
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