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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - August 2, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioCollections vol. 71. No. 30 two sections 18 pages wednesday aug. 2, 1989officer cracks the Case three year Hunt lands safecracker at the Small businesses a Hall said. A pm thews said head cased the Greenhi Iga a compte of team before he it in a amp a of fms in jump ski i used a credit card to slip the lock the office door and. Then just Flipp Greenhills patrolman Thomas Hall a a feels a lot like a Canadian Mounty. He grocery the Arst am Matt. Finally got his Man. Canato the wore and asked mme it took Hall three years and countless where the restroom was. Matthews hours of frustrating persistent in came Hacka second time asking for vesti gation but he finally has Harold of Matthews right where he wants him behind bars facing three felony counts office and Trimpe of Safe cracking grand theft and a. Breaking and entering Greenhills patrolman Thomas Matthews 60. A sometime Kentucky Hafl cd a de the Book on Matthews resident got $3,000 from the Greenhills accomplice last week after a Iga store when he and an accomplice dogged the year Pursuit. Han said simply flipped the dial of the store s even though Matthews is wanted in Safe and made off with the Cash and a i Tennessee and Missouri for similar fistful of checks shortly before 7 . Probably a Mieyer me on dec. 4,19%. The of Ikye if convicted on the Hall was aboard the Queen Mary in Greenhills charges. California when the theft took place. His a amp be should be a warning to three Days later Back from vacation be was walking along Sharon Road picking up and piecing together both township officer went to Covington the checks and the crime. A we went to the address of the Man a the two men were spotted coining the car was registered to and hauled out of the office at Iga a Hall said this Guy out of the Bathtub. It was the a they ran out jumped in a car and wrong Guy a Hall said drove North on Winton Road and then it was the beginning of a paper Chase turned on Sharon. They were ripping that wound through nearly a dozen up the checks and tossing them out the states As Hall collected reams of window As they teletype computer printouts and in based on the information Hall got Tell gence information on Matthews from checking the License plate of the every time and there were plenty of car he and a now retired Springfield times that Hal thought he had found Matthews it turned out to be a the wrong a i became obsessed with this Man because he was so Clever and so very very Slick a Hall said. A the was using aliases and stolen in Early 1987, Clermont county caled Hal that they had Matthews. Hal said he went a roaring Over there Only to find Fri fingerprints did no to match. They had Matthews brother instead. Please see Safe All Usa Sou of amp toes staff Greenhills patrolman Thomas Hall returns to the scene of the crime Attar a three year Pursuit to find the two Man who Mada off with $3,000 from this Safe at the Iga store in the Greenhills shopping Cantar. With both Man now behind bars Hall can close the books on the most challenging Case of his eight year career with the Greenhills Force. A police assign officer to High school Unno to Rico Iran Futura to Alana the other five teens involved in the in which in the past has been be Klupt Tupi a a Volt Tululu v Lulu ill cadent were fined and released on with both Greenhills and Forest briefly ice Cream social its ice Cream time at it. Healthy museum and Tol House. Its on saturday aug. 5, from 4 to 7 . At the museum 1s44 Mcmann ave., it. Healthy. Both the museum and Tol House will be open. A notarized Kathy lives Forest Park Day Council clerk has received her notary License and will offer notary services to Al City residents at no charge. Notary services Are available during business hours at City Hall. Cal 596-5300 for More information. A school registration registration for new North College Hill students Wil be held at the school a chid Wil attend at the following times a elementary kindergarten through Grade six from 8 to 11a.m. And 1 to 4 . Aug. 8 and 9 a Junior and senior High grades seven through 12 from 9 . To 3 . Aug. 14 parents should bring a copy of the child a birth certificate and immunization record proof of residence in the North College Hill school District custody papers if needed proof of Grade level and courses taken if in High school. A hymn sing the annual hymn ring sponsored by the it. Healthy ecumenical Council has been rescheduled for sunday aug. 6, at 7 . Rain cancelled the singing at it. Healthy Park july 2. If rain comes the second time the hymn sing Wil be at Epworth United methodist Church 7612 Perry. For More information Cal 521-2254. Greenhills police and school officials Wil be working together this school year to prevent the kind of incident that left one student with minor Stab wounds last March. When school resumes this fal sgt. Larry Zettler Wil begin spending More time at the school. A sergeant Zettler Wil be a resource officer for the High school next school year which Means hell be on rite a considerable amount of time to assist in whatever programs deemed necessary to prevent other incidents of this kind a said Greenhills police chief Donald Slaughter. It took the police department four months to get six convictions in the six arrests they made following the March 2 stabbing at Greenhills High school a 14-year-old boy confessed to stabbing a 17-year-old student and Wil he confined for one year at the department of youth services in ride a Long Way Home just another Challenge for this student Najy Sqq a pest May in the Middle of by Heidi Fallon the staff reporter Ned a 26-mile Uphill climb through the big Horn mountains Wasny to when Brad Weltzien told his parents the toughest part. Brad said the he was coming Home from College for roughest part was a couple of Days the summer they were they admit after that stretch when his body Fel the shocked. Effects of the climb. It Wasny to when he was coming or a a that a when we took a Day even Why. E was How. The threesome camped along Road Brad arrived at his Finneytown sides in campgrounds and City Parks Home last week after peddling almost most of the Way. They cooked a lot of 2,000 Miles from the University of Mon the time Over a Camp stove dining on Tana on his Mountain bicycle. He and delicacies like Spaghetti and burritos two friends cycled from Missoula Hiey met a a lot of Friendly people mont., to their Home in traverse City along the Way including some South mich., in 25 Days. Dakota College students and total a when he told his plans we were strangers who cheered their ascent in shocked a Gary Weltzien said. A then Yellowstone. We calmed Down a Little bit. Brad is the a they passed us on our Way up and kind of kid who a always been Advent then stopped at the top and applauded tiresome and doing new things. We got and took our picture when we made it tired of worrying a Long time up a Brad said. A it was kind of a a briefly is compiled by news editor Gary Presley Brad Weltzien managed to make an adventure out of coming from school for the summer. Rather than driving or flying Brad and two friends cycled 1,900 Miles. Brad does no to see his 1,900-mile trek As an ordeal or even much of a Challenge. It was simply something he wanted to try. Like skydiving. Brad sent his parents a detailed map of his route and called them about once a week. Once he made it to Michigan be came Home via a car but that turned out be More of a hassle. A they had car trouble and were stranded in Toledo for a Day a his Mother Bev said. Said found it a bit a Muring that he could make it All the Way to Michigan without trouble but hit a Snag when it came to making the shortest leg of the trip by car. Stashing Only two changes of clothes a spare inner tube and the Barest of camping essentials in saddlebags. Brad leu in rain and Hall a it was not a Good Start a he said

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