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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Anderson, Indiana A a Anderson Therald bulletin rih saturday april 28, 1990police fire log stray cigarette starts fire a Freak Accident is being blamed for a fire that forced the temporary closing of the Burger King restaurant on the City s East Side Friday. According to the Anderson fire department units were dispatched to Burger King 925 n. Ind. 9 at 1 45 . The fire was believed to have started when a Motorist driving past the pickup window tossed a cigarette onto the roof. The shingles on the building caught fire. Firefighters were on the scene for about one hour. There was an estimated $1,000 in damage done to the roof and smoke damage to the Interior of the restaurant Young bicyclist injured a 7-year-old Anderson boy is listed in fair condition at St. John s medical Center after the bicycle he was Riding on thursday was hit by a car. Marven d. Lemock 1011 w. 14th St was still in St John s Friday afternoon As a result of the 6 49 . Thursday Accident near the intersection of West 15th Street and Locust Street. According to Anderson police Lemock Rode into the path of a car driven by Johnny d. Nunn 17,1611 Arrow ave., on West 15th Street suspect jailed after escape Jeffrey k. Mitchell 29, Anderson was jailed Early Friday after he allegedly broke into a car in the parking lot of a Southside tavern. Formal charges of theft a class d felony and escape a class c felony were filed against Mitchell following a probable cause hearing Friday. Bond was set at $50,000 and a 15-Day hold was granted to pursue possible probation violation charges. Police were called to the vip lounge on West 53rd Street at 12 43 . When a Patron said someone broke into his car according to Anderson police detective Gilbert Hall. As officers approached the parking lot another car was driving away Hall said. One patrolman followed the car through the Southside area until it stopped near the target department store. After getting a License number the patrolman returned to the tavern to get More information from the alleged victim Hall said. The Man described items taken from his car including a tool Belt and saw before the officer returned to the target store where Mitchell was spotted again Hall added. Mitchell was apprehended a Short distance away with the alleged missing items laying in Clear sight on his car seat according to Hall. Hall said Mitchell was handcuffed and placed in the patrol car before the officer returned to the vip for further investigation. While the investigator was talking to witnesses Mitchell got out of the police car and fled on foot he was apprehended a Block away from his Home.2nd trustee worker slain fort Wayne ind. Apr an employee of the Wayne township trustee s office was found slain in her Home Friday the second homicide to hit that office in less than a year officials said. Dorothy Klug 65, of fort Wayne was found stabbed to death in her blood splattered apartment after a co worker reported that she had not shown up for work. Quot there s blood everywhere Quot said Allen county Coroner Phillip e. O Shaughnessy who examined the body briefly before police technicians started photographing the scene and processing it for evidence. Quot it appeared she died of multiple injuries there was a horrible on june 29, township employee Dawn Cotton was found stabbed to death. Cotton 31, a clerk typist in the township office was stabbed More than 40 times As she Lay in her bed. Police / f ire / courts judge Grants immunity for Muncie Man one defendant was granted immunity and arguments continued Friday to determine whether jurors would be allowed to hear about a contempt of court charge against another defendant during a Madison circuit court drug trial. Judge Fredrick Spencer granted immunity for Warren g. Tutt Muncie to Clear the Way for Deputy prosecutors James Nave and David Gotshall to take depositions during a cocaine conspiracy trial. Tutt who pleaded guilty monday was one of four men charged in connection with an alleged conspiracy to ship cocaine into Anderson from Florida via Federal express. He objected to Nave s request for depositions saying his plea agreement included a Promise that he would not be required to testify against co defendants Anthony and Cedric Smith and Kenneth Hart. After hearing arguments Friday morning from Tutt s actor grass Gres ruin ecology besides being dangerous by Bill Leahy he staff writer at least one Anderson firefighter says he gets a really ugly feeling every time he is called out on a signal 83. He feels this Way because he believes 83s a grass fires a Are deliberately set and because he knows of at least one life lost on an 83. Quot firefighters Are never called until they the grass fires Are raging out of control Quot Sakl . Rosencrans a member of the Public education and relations committee of local 1282, Anderson fire fighters association. Quot every year in the Spring All City and township departments Are run ragged with grass fires Quot Rosencrans said in conjunction with the recent Earth Day Observance. Dry weather and Gusty winds can turn a nuisance into a dangerous and deadly situation. But aside from the dangers of fighting an 83, Rosencrans can enumerate a whole series of ecological consequences arising from a single grass fire. Quot it can hop scotch through Badi Yards and Fields at a High rate of Speed Quot he said. Quot it can race Down a Fence Row out of control burning everything in its and a lot of other things Are lost after the fire is put out the firefighter said the Zinc coating on farm fencing is burned away causing them to rust prematurely. Wooden Fence posts become charred and Burn away at the base causing the Fence to weaken and Sag. The natural cover Burns away leaving the soil open to wind and water erosion. The eroded soil Rich in minerals and in some cases farm chemicals Wash into Waterways choking them with mud. The added mud covers the natural sources of oxygen for fish killing them off or driving them downstream. Springtime nesting areas Are burned away along with them new litters of rabbits squirrels and foxes. Birds lose natural sources of food Weed seeds and insects and move on to other areas. Rosencrans said that before someone strikes a match to Burn off excess grass he should remember the Long term consequences. The action can damage the immediate area and destroy the future environment. Ney John Walsh ii and Nave and Gotshall Spencer granted Tutt immunity from further prosecution based on his testimony and ordered him to respond to questions in depositions. Spencer later ruled in favor of defense attorney Geoffrey Yelton when he asked that jurors not be told that Anthony Smith was handed a 10-year prison sentence for refusing to give handwriting samples for comparison with shipping labels and Money orders confiscated during the investigation. The judge did however say Nave and Gotshall could Tell jurors that Smith refused to give the Sample. Gotshall said Smith s refusal Indianapolis teen shot at High school Indianapolis apr two teen agers were arrested Friday authorities said after a drive by shooting outside an Indianapolis High school left a 17-year-old student hospitalized. Witnesses said two teens in a car pulled up on a drive at Arsenal technical High school just outside an Entrance and began shooting after a verbal confrontation apparently Between rival youth gangs. Quot words were exchanged and one of them turned a gun shot five or times and struck the one boy in the Back Quot said detective Howard Pollard of the Marion county sheriffs department. Charles Garrett jr., 18, of Indianapolis faces charges of assisting a criminal a felony and a 15-year-old juvenile faces a charge of attempted murder Pollard said. Was Quot an indication of consciousness of j the alleged conspiracy reported to police prior to nov 1-via Anonymous Calls to crimes Ftp pers was unveiled when Sofik me wrote the wrong address Mlo a package destined for an Anderson woman s Home Nave said. Madison county and Anderson police detectives John Grant and Brent Faust testified Eri amp a about the interception a al tiie package and subsequent a sept of four men and two women. After they left Anderson municipal Ajr port with the mail. Quot testimony is scheduled i to resume monday with the to expected to last through the week. Order your Patio furniture this prices this season Patio furniture outlet across from South Dale Plaza open . Only 10-�decker s will be closed for invent0ry-Friday, april 27th and monday april 30th 1ft w. 9th so 643-7447 grand jury indicts treasurer Muncie a a three part indictment was unsealed Friday charging Delaware county treasurer Scott a. Hole with arson in connection with a Yorktown fire dec. 30. Bond was set at $10,000 for Hole who faces a felony charge of arson and Misdemeanour charges of criminal trespass and Public intoxication. He is scheduled to appear before Delaware circuit judge Steven r. Caldemeyer at 8 30 . Monday for initial hearing. Re elect Fred Newby for Anderson township trustee paid for by Newby for and. Twp. Trustee Siren ambulance than Day 1 13 . �?711 k. 19th St. Injured til rail. 3 19 . A 23 sky View drive unknown. Chesterfield ambulance. 3 37p.m. A 516central ave., unknown. 3 39 . A 1807 Brown St., person injured in fall. 5 53 . �?1613 si., person ill. 5 55 . A 804 w 12th si., bleeding 8 49 . �?1426 1-ocu.St St., hit by vehicle. 7 42 . �?1611 Arrow ave person 111. 8 22 . A 5611 Catterfield Road pay i Ess unknown. 8 41 . �?801 John St person ill. 8 14 . A 1920 k. 53rd St accidental cutting 10 43 a 2516 Pamela drive trouble breathing Friday 1 49 �?2801 s Kaible ave. Assault. 2 31 .�?221 Woak St. Shooting 2 51 . A 1502v, neither St., assault. 4 00 . A 203 College Parkway severe bleeding. 6 32 . A 583 Broadway Friendship inn person ill 6 39 �?404 w fifth St person ill 9 10 . A 7929 s Broadway unknown Pendleton ambulance 10 53 a 412 w Vineyard St., person unconscious. 10 55 . A 2015 Jackson St., St John s medical arts building possible heart at tack. 11 48 . A 1744 Indiana ave person injured in fall 12 02 a 1815 k. Filth is. Person injured in fall 12 02 a 644 Alexandria Pike Possi ble stroke. 12 41 . A 2407 Flelcher St., person 111. 1 19 pm. A 1632 w ninth St. Possible heart attack. 1 47 . A 640 n. Ind 9, Gene s Root Beer unknown. 1 42 . A 1400 n. Range Ine Road traffic Accident fire Tda Ewul a 10 al Longfellow Plaza. 319 k 12th St., false alarm. 7 . A 1314 Parkway drive investigation. Chesterfield fire units cleared scene at 7 14 . 8 31 . �?2400 Pearl St House ire an Demon fire units cleared scene al 8 59 tkan4ay 12 17 a rolling Ellills convalescent Center 1821 Road false alarm 7 40 . A 2201 Kitchen drive House fire rekindled. Chesterfield ire units cleared scene at 8 22 10 of a 500 Broadway grass fire Kire units cleared scene al 10 15 -12 09 . A 2324 Mounds Road trash fire. Kire units cleared scene at 12 37 12 49 . A 23rd and Brown streets grass fire units cleared scene al 12 57 1 23 pm a Coin Lau Ruff a eighth and main streets in opel. lire units cleared scene at 1 34 1 59 . A k Mart 2828 Broadway false alarm. 2 44 a ism fellow Plaza 319 k 12th St., false alarm. 7 51 . A is. John s medical Center 2015 Jackson St. False alarm 9 04 . A 2219 Fulton St. Trash fire Are units cleared scene al 9 ii Friday 7 29a.m. �?622 Ruddle ave building fire fire units cleared scene al 7 31 . Anderson breakfast Exchange annual t v auction live from the City building on Cable Channel 7 to Benefit the Exchange club Center for the prevention of child abuse and other Exchange club programs sat., 4 to 12 pm sun., 2 to 10 pm items donated include installed running boards concepts in motion Light fixtures qua i tee lighting 1 or. Member fitness Emporium window hug. Set of China Star China Olympus camera dells 1964 Mercury Montclair Jerry Rubenstein Delta faucet plumb rite dinner/1 night stay Holiday inn ladies 10 Speed Bike pay less crib quilt storybook fashions Golf outfit Goehring a Golf Les sons Killbuck Golf games Yule Workmate Bench Carter lumber 20 Gal. Aquarium Lusapet custom framing Pat Newby a Tux rental Ford s big and tall planter Box kit the a exhaust system olives automotive waterbed bedroom one Sawall plumb rite water Heater Carter pm mag. 2 or. Remote when what Oval Mirror Moss Glass disposer May Supply Battery Hadsell tire picture frames Behrens ice Tea pot Hollons Bowling bag Eastside lanes pacer warm up pants tire bal. Amp rotation Don s Amaco food certificates from Long John silvers Bob Evans millies Jim Dandy a Leon s 67 Dinette Good s donuts Good s candies Best Ever Wendy a big top three pigs and much much More 100 s of other items join us this week end Tell a Friend free foot and ankle screening with evaluation and diagnosis of your problems saturday april 28th 8 30-3 30 no appointment necessary Anderson Center for foot amp ankle care 2210 St. Re. 109 across from Mounds mall phone Achilles to podiatry group 649-7878 a Tamia hmm a Milf a a lib my a a a. A a it. I a

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