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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Anderson, Indiana Bye Bye Barry after a 6-10 season Barry Switzer decided to step Down As head coach of the faltering Dallas cowboys. Page b2 sister act twins Cindy Fox and Wendy Otto travelling to Cancun for martial arts Competition. Page a3 directing indians Anderson High school coach Ron Hecklinski s no. 3 team defeats Noblesville Alexandria loses. Page Bashe Herald bulletin Anderson. Indian saturday january to 1998 50 cents the owners of the Meadows Mobile Home Park have been battling with the state for years Over sewage problems. Now they be decided to close the Anderson Park leaving residents wondering where live after March i. A a it a the first time we be Ever been homeless. It will be Tough to find a place because we have no Money a we live from week to Tammy Santiago closing the Park by Ken de la Bastide staff reporter Anderson a Tammy Santiago will find herself in an unenviable firs time predicament March i. A a it a the first time we be Ever been homeless a an emotional Santiago said Friday. Santiago has lived in the Meadows Mobile Home Park on county Road 375n for 25 years. The Parks owners David and Teresa Eisenbise have decided to close the troubled facility As a result of an ongoing Legal Battle with the Indiana Board of health Over sewage problems. A i Hope someone will buy it Quot said Santiago who lives in the trailer with her two children. A we have nowhere else to go. A a in a very upset Quot she said. A it will be Tough to find a place because we have no Money a we live from week to week. The one thing i know is that there Are not Many spaces available in other Parks and they wont take a trailer this Yolanda Puente and her daughter Courtney Are in the same position. A a in a very upset Quot she said. A a in be looked into relocating but the other Parks won t take trailers this Jeff Brown a 10-year resident said he was not surprised by the letter from the owners. A i expected it a he said. A a it a like any business. You can to keep taking the Money out of it without reinvesting Brown intends to move by March i even if the Park gets new owners a a in a in a better position than most others a he said. Quot my trailer was purchased in 1991. I feel sorry for the targeted for closure Meadows Mobile Home Park on county Road 375n is slated to close March 1. The Parks owners David and Teresa Eisenbise have been battling with the state. Teresa Barttrum photo other people with the older Dave Van mater who is Teresa Eisenbise a father believes a new owner will take Over the Park. He speculated residents will have to pay for improvements through an increase in the lot fee. He said he has heard the monthly rent will increase from $95 to $125. Scott Ritchie said residents would have to be willing to pay for repairs to the septic system that have troubled the Park for years. A there has been poor management Here since Day one a Ritchie said. A poor business decisions were made i went without water for two months last summer. A the problem is not going to just go Madison circuit judge Fred Spencer found David Eisenbise in contempt of court for violating an april agreement he struck with Linda Lasley Deputy attorney for the Indiana attorney general a office. Eisen Bise who a training to be a truck Driver was sentenced to 90 Days by Spencer but did not turn himself in on the Day he was ordered to do so. The judgment stipulated the Parks septic tank be pumped As much As necessary to keep sewage off the grounds. It required Eisenbise either to submit plans to tap into the City of Andersons sewage system in 60 Days or design plans for a new septic system within 30days. Woman a hours of terror end by Ron Wilkins staff reporter Anderson a an 85-year-old woman spent the Early morning hours Friday hoping shed still be alive when the Sun came up and praying the intruder in her House would be gone. David Lee Woodfork. 25, Anderson had forced his Way into the woman s House in the 2400 Block of West 12th Street police said. A the somehow got his Way into the Back of the House a the woman said Friday night. A it was about 12 30. And i was going to bed. I was just in Shock to see somebody in my House. I said a what Are you doing Here he said the come Here to kill a the woman who police believe is not Woodforks first victim watched helplessly As he rifled through her papers ransacked her House and finally demanded Money. A the battered me around quite a bit Quot she said. A i was just so upset i could hardly _ he knocked her to the floor and stood on her hands the victim said. A it was so irrational a she said of his behaviour. Woodfork then stole her car keys tied the woman up and started the car police and the victim said. With the car running outside he came Back inside and took a videocassette player and a compact disc player. A the saw that i had loosened the rope around my hands so he tied them up tighter a she said. She said she feared the Man would throw her in the trunk but he left instead. A i finally wiggled my Way out of that rope and called 911,�?� she said. A i could hardly speak but they had my about the time police were taking the woman s information they got into a Brief Chase with Woodfork in the woman a car. But he ran from the car and police lost him until around 8 15 . Friday. Uniformed officers who have been tracking Woodfork As a suspect in other recent burglaries and robberies figured out he might be at a House in the 2000 Block of Nichol Avenue which is where they found him. He voluntarily went w Ith police to the station but did not cooperate after that police said. He was jailed on charges of burglary robbery criminal confinement and intimidation. A we think we re going to be Able to solve a lot of cases a Anderson assistant police chief Steve Guthrie said describe i was just in Shock to see somebody in my House. I said a what Are you doing Here a he said a in be come Here to kill a elderly victim ing Woodfork As one who preyed on the sides with schools in test dispute by Ken de la Bastide staff reporter Anderson a the Anderson Community schools has won a second court Battle upholding the systems drug testing policy for students. Madison Superior court 3 judge Thomas Newman or. On Friday denied a request from the Indiana civil liberties Union on behalf of seventh grader Daryl Grubbs for a preliminary injunction allowing him to return to East Side Middle school in tuesday. Grubbs was suspended for three co defendant says Story was lie prosecutor dismisses accusation about detective the waiting game Daryl Grubbs and his parents Jane and Terry wait outside Superior court 3 Friday. John p. Cleary photo take the test results in a five Day sus Days in december for fighting and was suspended for five Days last tuesday for failing to take a drug test. Acs has a policy that any student suspended for three Days or More must submit to a urine drug test before being readmitted. Refusal to pension. The Clu has two cases pending contending the policy violates students constitutional rights against please see judge / a4 a a by Michelle Staley staff reporter Anderson a flushed with tears Mikkel Shannon Kendall wiped his face with the Palms of his hands. A i did t see Chad Marcum hit anybody Quot Kendall testified. A the did t kill nobody. That a what s been eating me up the lies i Kendall testified he was protecting himself when he implicated Marcum in the murder of Jack Freeman Skinner la and the attempted murder of James Stephen Fosnot. A i was scared a Kendall said. A a. I was still trying to look out for the 21-year-old Anderson Man testified Madison county detective Samuel e. Hanna instructed him to Tell the Story police wanted to hear. A the said if you scratch my Back. Ill scratch yours a Kendall said. Despite his Assurance the incident was an Accident Kendall said Hanna informed him. A a a we know the truth and we want to hear it. A a the a a truth police wanted to hear was Marcum used a pipe to beat Fosnot and Skinner and Fosnot a 1986 Mazda 626 was driven to the scene. Quot that a what he wanted me to say Quot Kendall testified. A i made All kinds of different Madison county prosecutor Rodney Cummings pointed out Kendall claimed Hanna coerced him to Tell a lie in the second interview in october after Kendall had already told police Marcum beat the men during a july interview. Quot the reason Why it does t make sense is because you re in Cummings said. Please see accused / a4 a a afternoon dispute Friday in circuit court included a heated confrontation Between judge Fred Spencer and Public defender Montague Oliver followed by an order from sheriff Scott Mellinger to take Oliver into custody after a Deputy was almost struck by a pen tossed by the attorney. Page a4 Good morning i Index a business a9 local a3 classified b6 lotteries a2 comics b4 movies a7 editorial a8 police a2 lifestyles a6 sports by forecast High Low 32 it blustery cold Complete Outlook. Page Bio car instructors course Friday january 16, 8 .-3 . This is an american heart association course that prepares students to instruct the hear Saver course paediatric life support Cour bred healthcare provider course. For More information please Call 646-5145. Ifcic inside today 9/883 00001 quijote in quijote a history must speak for itself. A historian is Content if he has been Able to shed More a William l. Shirer Laval Mother pleads guilty to stabbing teacher at Elwood elementary school. Page a3 lifestyles Daybreak offers Relief for senior citizen patients and their caregivers. Page a6 nation / world Cher remembers sex husbands weird haircut during Bonous funeral. Page is Indiana online circulation 6404848 classified advertising 640-4825 display advertising 6404853 general news tips 6404800

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