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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 21, 1990, Anderson, IndianaSecond front Anderson Herald bulletin police log Trio charged in mall thefts three persons charged i with stealing clothes from Mounds mall thursday afternoon Are in the Madison county detention Center. Anderson police detectives i Keith Copeland and Larry Miller arrested three Indianapolis residents on i interstate 69 South of Catterfield Road at 3 30 . Thursday. John Staller 41, and Vicky Walker 32, were charged with criminal conversion and attempted conversion. Donald Faulk 21, i was charged with i conversion. J Copeland said a Sears Security officer told police i the three suspects were i acting suspiciously. J Copeland said police i watched the three suspects i in the mall then followed i them As they drove onto 1-69 i and headed toward i Indianapolis. The car was j i stopped on the Highway. I As police walked up to the j i suspects car Walker began i i removing Price tags from the i i merchandise according to j i Copeland. J i the clothes had been taken i i from Sears and a store not i i identified. I i Copeland said one of the i three attempted to get a i refund on the clothes at i Sears although he had no i receipt. The other two had i been in the store prior to the i refund request. I police charge the first two j i stole the clothes then gave i them to the third person who i attempted to get a refund. I the refund was refused. I police confiscated i sweaters shorts menus and i women stops jeans and i other clothes from the i suspects. Value of the clothes i was not determined. I Copeland said he arrested i Staller and Walker for i shoplifting in 1987. They were i convicted and sentenced to i one year in jail. I Staller is currently out on i Bond from Marion county. I Walker is out on Bond from i Marion and Johnson i counties. They were charged i with theft in those cases. I Faulk is in probation. I Bond had not been set for i them As of fonday afternoon 13 still remain i in indy Hospital three Madison county i motorists remain in i methodist Hospital i Indianapolis two it the adult i critical care unit following i recent accidents. I the latest victim to be i transported to the i Indianapolis facility us Krista i l. Horn 23, 208 Center St i Frankton i Horn was injured in a one i car Accident thursday i morning on Indiana 128 East i of Frankton. I she apparently fell asleep i at the wheel according to an i Accident report filed by i Madison county police la. I David Eisenbise. He said her i car veered into the oncoming i Lane then Back into a spin i striking a Utility pole i broadside j despite breaking the pole i in two he said. Horn i managed to drive her heavily i damaged Carlo her i Frankton Home i she was transported to i Community Hospital i Anderson and from there to i methodist where she is listed i in satisfactory condition. A Anthony d to mine 22, i 1816 w ninth St., was listed i in serious condition Friday i according to a Hospital i spokesman. I homme was injured when i his motorcycle struck the i Side of an Anderson police i patrol car making a it urn i on Nichol Avenue Early i tuesday. I a Raymond e. Bourff. 69, i it. 6, Alexandria remains in i critical condition. I he was injured in a head i on collision april 13 at 10 37 i a m on Indiana 28. I both routine and Bourff i were transported to i methodist by lifeline i in our past Confidence in our future saturday april 21,1990 a-3 people ii the Street what Are you doing in regard to Earth Day in of f pfc in. In i it i Par my i Walter Lemons Anderson a i m not doing anything special other than just knowing its happening. In be read articles about it everybody is paying attention to recycling. I done to think Indiana has any Laws pertaining to recycling. The Only Law i know of is you can to bring in trash from other states. They ought to enforce More Laws. That would be better than trying to recognize an Earth Day and asking people to recognize ill Barbara Jackson Anderson a i done to even know what its All about. Ill work my regular Job at City Hall. I have my own ideas and in a not even sure that a John Hadley Anderson a i done to have anything special planned for Earth Day. It is effective. It makes people aware of conservation. My family is doing a number of things and not just because of Earth Day. We save aluminium cans and we try to segregate our trash. In a thinking of buying a Lawnmower that chops the grass up real Fine so you done to have to bag it. We try to buy soft drinks in aluminium cans and certain kinds of plastic containers.1 Betty Gillespie Anderson a i work with girl scouts in wooded areas. They learn what can be recycled and we get them to think about recycling. I done to know if we re doing anything special for Earth Charles h. Pugh Anderson a pm not doing anything special for in i participate in recycling. I take aluminium cans and things like that to a place on 29th Street Freida Mcminds Anderson a not really other than just picking things up. If in Mon the sidewalk and Chew gum 111 try to hang on to the paper. There a four of us who attend Mcl together at the mall and Well talk about Earth Day. We discuss those help from a Friend Bryan Phillips wields the umbrella to shelter fellow a senior puss Whitener from fridays downpour As they make their Way across the a Campus. Brian Drumm photo Spencer denies dismissal of thakkarr a abortion charge by Ken de la Bastide he staff writer a Madison county judge Friday denied a motion filed on behalf of beleaguered Frankton physician or. Pravin Thakkar to have a charge of performing an illegal abortion dismissed. Madison circuit judge Fredrick Spencer denied the motion filed by thakkar1 s attorneys Jeff Lockwood James voyles and Dennis Zahn to dismiss the charge filed on the complaint of Anderson resident Carmen christens Hertzinger. Hertzinger maintains Thakkar impregnated her and then performed an illegal abortion at his residence oct. 28,1983. Lockwood maintained at a March 28 hearing that because Hertzinger notified two health professionals of the alleged illegal abortion in 1984, the statute of limitations for the filing of charges had expired. Madison county prosecutor William f. Lawler or. Said police agencies did no to learn of the alleged incident until feb. 3,1989. In issuing his decision Spencer said Hertzinger testified at the March 28 hearing that Thakkar threatened her with bodily harm if she disclosed the allegations that led to the criminal complaint. A the court accepts this testimony As True As there is no contrary evidence in the record a Spencer wrote. Spencer wrote in his decision that the Issue was complicated by the testimony of Hertz Ger that she relayed the allegations to both her psychiatrist and a psychiatric social worker. Quot it is Clear that if these disclosures had been made to a police officer the statute of limitations would have run a a Spencer ruled. A in this Case the court is not persuaded that the disclosure of the allegations against the defendant to two health care professionals serves to cause the statute of limitations to run and thus make dismissal of the charge in making his ruling Spencer delayed any further proceedings in the Thakkar Case for 30 Days to allow the defendant to file an Appeal with the Indiana court of appeals. I a it is a very interesting decision and an interesting Point of Law Quot Lockwood said following the ruling. A the ruling raises the prospects that a statute of limitations never runs out because of a threat of bodily harm. Ii Quot the alleged incident was reportedly disclosed to two people who should have reported it Quot he said. A there is no Case Law in Indiana dealing with the effect of the threat of bodily harm on the statute of Lockwood said no decision has been reached on whether or not an Appeal will be filed with the state appellate court a we done to have to file an Appeal at this time a he said. A we could preserve the record and Appeal the decision following a trial the state would have had to file an Appeal if the decision was reversed or the Case would have been Board of zoning appeals oks 78 retirement condominiums by Dave Stafford he staff writer a development of 78 far East Side retirement condominiums was approved thursday by the Madison county Bank announces closing of Hartman Road Branch by Steve Leer k b staff writer Madison county Bank a Trust is closing its Anderson Branch office in May Bank executive vice president Michael c. Shepherd said Friday. Shepherd said the Branch office 525 e. Hartman Road will close at 6 Friday May 18. He said the Banks main office at 408 e Mam St., Chesterfield will remain open for business transactions a it was just a business decision Quot Shepherd said of the Pend my Branch closing a a it a not been a profitable entity for the Hartman Road office has been in operation since 1980. Two years ago it eliminated saturday Dave through service. Shepherd said no employees elks Lodge 772 participates in Indianapolis March panel the Anderson chapter of the International benevolent protective order of elks will participate in a statewide panel discussion and March in Indianapolis sunday. Youths and parents from Andersons Elk Lodge 772 and a newly formed youth group from Fine tree Village will Jom in the second in a series of a Days of Awakening Quot workshops in Indianapolis. State youth director Thomas Jackson estimated As Many As 60 to 70 people could represent Anderson in the events slated to begin in India Napolis with a March at 1 30 . From Bertha Ross Park at 37001 Lifton St. To the fall Creek Myca a panel discussion will begin at 3 30 . At the fall Creek y Mca. Planners of the events said the goal is not Only to convince the Young that education is essential against drug and alcohol abuse but also to get adults to improve listening skills and become positive role models for children. _ Anderson has been chosen for a similar future event. Jackson said local speakers slated at the discussion sunday include Johnny Wilson i eater Center director Kiera Carter Carter electric co. Adair Gibbs Law local 662 civil rights committee member and Ike weath Erly. Wilson boys and girls club director. Other speakers planning to attend the event include Ann Heller co chairperson of the governors task Force for a drug free Indiana and Indianapolis mayor William Llu nut. Will lose their jobs As a result of the closing. All will be moved to the main office. Burness hours at the main office include 9 a in. To 5 . Monday through thursday 9 a m. To 6 Friday and in veep service from 9 a m. To noon saturday. Shepherd said comments regarding the closing should be directed to the Bank president . Box 66, Chesterfield i rid 46017, by april 90 the Branch closing is not related to the Bank s pending Sale to first citizens ban corp of Indiana. Shepherd said. He said the Sale a has not been consummated earlier this month first citizens announced it would Purchase Madison county Bank a Trust subject to negotiation of a definitive agreement and approval by Madison county Bank shareholders and state and Federal regulatory authorities under terms of the agreement. Madison county Bank shareholders Are to receive Cash equal to 122.5 percent of the Bank s share holders equity at closing. First citizens is a publicly held one Bank holding company with assets of $206 million. It conducts business locally through its wholly owned subsidiary. Citizens Bank my co. Madison county Bank has about 850 account holders. The Bank was founded in 1973. Anderson Board of zoning appeals. A a Charleston commons Quot is the name of the development in the 2700-3100 Block of East 10th Street which developers Hope will go Over Well with retirees. A group of four partners called Cornerstone investors limited including Glen Falls of Anderson Hope the project enters construction within the next 60 Days. A this project we feel is the Best use of the property Quot attorney Robert Austin said. A ifs a Community designed to Appeal to people who Are retired Quot Austin said. Included in the site plan approved by the Bra were 39 duplex units each unit containing be tween 900 and 1,200 Square feet. The units Are to be located on 13 wooded and landscaped acres on the South Side of 10th Street East of Panorama shopping Center. Architect John Kane said developers Are a More interested in the Quality of life and the Quality of design than occupant a single Road circles the units development plans show with footpaths throughout the development. An Independent sewer system would be built for the development Ami hooked into the City a sewer system ibises for the condominiums Are expected to be Between $70,000 and $80,000 sirens ambulance Tarmu it Imi w third St. But a Ord and Pearl streets traffic 4 Wpm 1 41 Pun. Accident a 41 . A Sim s. Indiana a. Pendleton. Prison ill i so pm a staler. She scatter yield Bond trouble breathing i so pm a Sii North St. Chesterfield trouble breathing i is a w7 s Nursery Road. Heart attach 10 2b a 107 Nichol ave. Person of in to pm a 13141 Central ave. Injured to fail ii 23 pm a Sii s Jefferson St. Pendle ton. Person ill 11 is pm 3374 s county Road to Pendleton heart attack Friday 3 Ham. A ims Arrow ave. Person 111 a 45 a m a 1708 Jackson by heart attack 10 m am a Stoops aprons Daleville injured it fall 11 00 am a 118 w croup St heart attack. 12 02 p in a Mantee a 2720 Nichol ave traffic Accident 12 to a interstate of southbound at 14 mite Marker. Pendleton traffic Accident is 44 pm a iss e. I Rose St injured in Ina i of pm a 23rd and a Lynn Aneta traffic Accident i 2b pm a nets Pendleton ave. Unknown 1 is a 7 Sun Lane trouble breath my 2 33 pm a Rawlins House. Pendleton electric Shock 2 m p in a 425 s. Main St Lapel heart attack fire v m Sis St Charles St. Budding fire Amie nun fire unit cleared scene at to 07 pm la 34 pm a 2327 Jackson so Auto fire disregard Friday 1 m a in a 1125 w. Ninth so. Gram fire Anderson fire units cleared scene at 2 06 am 2 30 a in a Hio i Oculi is. Investigation Anderson fire units cleared scene at 3 13 a in. 5k a in a 1200 w Cross St. Investigation Anderson fire units cleared scene at s 13 a ill

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