Aiken Standard in Aiken, South-Carolina
3 Jun 2015

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3 Jun 2015

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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Aiken, South CarolinaOlder americans buried by housing debt by Paul Wiseman associated press Washington . Al and Saundra Karp have found an unconventional Way to raise Money and help save their Miami area Home from foreclosure they re lining up gigs for their family jazz band. They enjoy performing. But it Isnit exactly How Al an 86-year old korean War vet or Saundra 76, had expected to spend their retirement. Of All the financial threats fac ing americans of retirement age outliving savings falling for scams paying for Long term care housing Isnit supposed to be one. But after a Home Price collapse the worst recession since the 1930s and some calamitous decisions to turn Homes into Cash machines millions of them Are straining to make House pay ments. The consequences can be severe. Retirees who use retirement Money to pay housing costs can face disaster if their health deteriorates or their savings run Short. They re More Likely to need help from the government charities or their children. Or they must keep working deep into retirement. Its a big problem coming off the housing Bubble says Cary Sternberg who advises seniors on housing issues in the villages a Florida retirement Community. A growing number of seniors Are struggling with what to do about their Home and their mortgage and their retirement. The baby Boom generation was already facing a retirement crunch Over the past two de Cades employers have largely eliminated traditional pensions forcing workers to manage their retirement savings. Many Boom ers did not save enough invested badly or raided their retirement accounts. In Las vegas Janet Snyder struggling with a financial Burden left by her late husband is Brac ing for what happens if her Lender proceeds with plans to evict her from her Home in july. Ill live on the streets i guess she says ruefully contemplating homelessness at age 74. The consumer financial Protection bureaus office for older americans says 30 percent of homeowners 65 and older 6.5 million people were paying a mortgage in 2013, up from 22 percent in 2001. Federal Reserve numbers show the share of peo ple 75 and older carrying Home Loans jumped from 8 percent in 2001 to 21 percent in 2011. Cyan wooo Magenta Paoo yellow Poao Black 012908 according to Aiken county sheriffs office a Warrenville woman was arrested for disorderly con duct monday when she was found passed out in the Bushes on Augusta Road. A Beech Island Man was detained monday for shoplifting items from a store on Sand bar ferry Road. A North Augusta Man reported monday the Back door to his Allway drive House had been tampered with. No items were reported missing. A Beech Island Man reported monday the Back door of his Home on Neo drive had been broken into and items had been taken. An Aiken woman reported monday a log had been taken off her vehicle on Iris Lane. A Langley Man reported monday that Flowers on his mothers grave at Chaffee Street had been moved to an other Headstone nearby. A North Augusta Man reported monday his spotlight was stolen off his vehicle parked on Belvedere Clearwater Road. A Vaucluse Man reported monday his vehicle had been stolen from his property on Lott Street. A Batesburg Man reported monday 56 feet of fencing had been stolen from his property at Kirkland Street. A Warrenville Man reported monday his cholesterol medi cation had been stolen from his Home on Pine log Road. An Aiken Man reported Mon Day two vehicles on his prop erty on Vaucluse Road had been broken into and items were missing. A North Augusta Man reported monday his Utility trailer had been stolen from his prop erty on Todd Avenue. A North Augusta Man re ported monday his vehicle on Edgefield Road had been broken into. An Aiken Man reported monday his vehicle tag had been removed from his car on Shaws Fork Road. A Wagener Man reported monday a trailer had been re moved from his property on buckboard Road. According to Aiken depart ment of Public safety a woman reported tuesday her sex had been sending threaten ing messages and phone Calls to her at Richland Avenue. A Man reported monday a 42-Inch cd to had been taken from his Home on Vincent Avenue. Officers responded to a Bur Glar alarm monday at a Home on Dupree place. A Man on scene said he was looking after the House while the owner was on vacation in Canada. Police contacted the Homeowner who said the Man was not allowed at the residence. A Man reported monday someone broke the window to his Van parked on George Street. A juvenile reported saturday her phone was missing on rut land drive. Blotter by will Whaley a preschooler injured in a Beech Island bus wreck last wednesday is still recover ing. Michayla Browns condition is considered fair Accord ing to Arthur Takahashi me Dia relations coordinator for Georgia regents University. Her condition is still the same he said. Highway patrol Lance Cpl. Judd Jones said investigators determined a tractor trailer travelling South collided with the bus travelling North on Beech Island Avenue near Scarborough drive last wednesday at about 7 . The wreck killed 4-year old Greendale student Kyrie Henry immediately Accord ing to Jones. The bus Driver Barbara Jones was taken to Gru but her condition is still unknown according to Taka Hashi. According to Jones the investigation is continuing and no new updates Are available. Aiken county Coroner Tim Carlton said the cellphone record of Jones and the video footage from the bus will be pulled but there is no exact Date set to when that will be. Will Whaley is the crime and court reporter for the Aiken Standard. He is a of Fayette Alabama and graduated from the University of North Ala Bama in Florence Alabama with a degree in journalism. Preschooler in bus wreck still recovering by will Whaley a weekend Graniteville shooting that landed one Man in the Hospital is still under investigation. The victims name is still being withheld until the condition of the mans medical status is released according to Aiken county sheriffs of fice capt. Eric Abdullah. Aiken county sheriffs deputies responded to the 100 Block of Laurel Avenue in Graniteville on saturday morning at 1 55 . They found a Black male who had been shot multiple times in the right shoulder the left forearm and the abdominal area according to reports. The Man was transported to Georgia regents medical Center. The complainant told Dis Patch that two Black males with dreadlocks and Wear ing dark clothing came into the victims Home through the window on the Back Side of the residence and shot him police said. Suspects Are still being sought by deputies. Anyone with information is asked to Call the Aiken county sheriffs office at 803-646-6811 or crime stoppers at 888-274 6372. Cops shooting still under investigation aggressive dogs were trapped by Aiken county animal control and Aiken department of Public safety officers in hitch cock Woods on sunday after re ports of joggers being attacked. Officers responded to South Boundary Avenue at 7 06 . Where the Hitchcock Woods superintendent stated multiple dogs in the Sand River area around the horse show grounds had aggressively chased joggers according to reports. The superintendent told officers the dogs had been at the area for the past few months but this was the first report of them chasing people. Traps were placed and two dogs were found later police said. Officers said the dogs were acting aggressively trying to bite on the traps and trying to come toward the officer Accord ing to reports. Neither dog was wearing a Collar or had a microchip. They were transported to the Aiken Spca and neither dog was tested for rabies because of no known bite cases with humans or Domestic animals police said. Dog attacks reported in Hitchcock Woods a suspicious fire that broke out Early tuesday morning is under investigation in Graniteville according to Aiken county sheriffs office capt. Eric Abdullah. A fire at the Al Camaron Feliz mexican restaurant 406 main st., was reported at around 1 . And the fire was extinguished in 25 min utes police said. According to firefighters on the scene the fire did not spread to any surrounding buildings but did severely damage the restaurant according to police. The cause is not known at this time but firefighters did report nobody was in the building and no injuries occurred police said. The Aiken Standard will have More information As the Story develops. Police investigating suspicious fire crime news in Brief a photo Alan Diaz Larry Karp top poses with his parents Al Karp left and Saun dra at their Home in North Miami Beach Florida. The Trio per forms old standards locally As the Karp family to ease stress and help raise Money to save their Home from foreclosure. Online for an extended ver Sion of this Story go to these Are the bookings recorded for the Doris c. Gravat detention Center for june 1, 2015. Some of the people listed May not have actually spent time in jail if they posted Bond and were released. Although those listed have been arrested and charged that does not mean they have been found guilty. All bookings May be viewed online by visiting and clicking on the crime Tab. Eric Brandon Adams 36 malicious injury to animals or property less than $2,000 Melissa Renee Ingram 31 violation of conditions of probation supervision posses Sion of other controlled sub stance first offence shoplifting less than $2,000, failure to comply trespassing after notice Rosevelt Carter 61 As Sault and Battery third degree malicious injury to animals or property $1,000 or less Johnnie Dwayne Bland 46 operating an uninsured vehicle commitment driving under suspension commitment Amber Marie Bradshaw 27 disorderly conduct Gross intoxication Joseph Veasey Crymes 53 Public drunk Tyrone Leon Morris 30 failure to pay child support Bradley Dale Mason 36 driving under suspension fifth offence Bench warrant uninsured motor vehicle Bench War rant use of a License for vehicle other than intended Bench War rant operating an unregistered vehicle Bench warrant Demontay Markeith Payne 25 hold for safekeeping for Barnwell county Reihn Dracon Jennings 24 criminal Domestic violence first offence false information to police fire driving under suspension first offence John Edward Phillips 35 unlawful Possession of a pistol simple larceny larceny affixing fraudulent product code first offence unlawful Possession of a pistol Macy k. 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