Kinston Free Press in Kinston, North-Carolina 13 Dec 2012
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Kinston Free Press (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Kinston, North Carolina
Thursday december13,2012 Kinston . Soc daily $1.00 sunday s 1 e 18 8 2 local page5i a weekend Page 17 local page2 Union so Dias live scenes Conley lenties Dos ii depict Iii sikhs Lon oilesiis6etthe latest headlines local news updates sports and customers enter and exit Staples on . 70 wednesday. The office Supply store is set to formally close at noon on Jan. 5.Staples dosing Kinston store one of several local businesses to close recently bytes Wolfe staff writer a worldwide corporate reorganization Means one More business shuts its doors in Kinston. On Jan. 5 at noon the Staples on . 70 closes a one of 15 . Locations selected to close under a plan released by Staples on sept. 25. Though the move Means an end for the company a presence in Lenoir county for the foreseeable fun other recent business closings a Jeffrey s Steak amp seafood a medical Center pharmacy a the barn Steakhouse a the nary Ture All current employees Are not necessarily losing their jobs. A we Are making efforts to offer Transfer options to associates who want to remain with the company at other Staples locations a said a Staples statement released wednesday to by Janet s. Carter the free press the free press. A we Hope our customers in this area will continue to shop with us in our Goldsboro or Greensboro locations or online at a along with the american store closures about 45 stores in Europe also face the a. As traffic at Brick and mortar stores Wane along with computer sales. Staples is moving More of its focus to online Mobile and business Staples Page 2 eighteen of sled in Ganges sol releases lists of evidence seized in Barker Case by Wes Wolfe staff writer the state Bureau of investigation released details this week of the items seized from the Home and office of former Kinston City councilman will Barker. Arrested on nov. 29 during the search of his Home. Barker is charged with 10 counts of felony third degree sexual exploitation of a minor. According to documents obtained by the free press investigators found the following at barkers Home a an he elite Book 8730w Laptop with Power Cord from the living room a a Dell dimension 4700 desktop Tower computer from the Bonus room a a Motorola mb853 electrify smartphone from the bathroom a an he Rex removable disk with 320 go capacity from the truck a an office depot cd re disc with 700 my disc from the truck two hours later authorities confiscated a Blackberry curve 8330 smartphone a containing a 4 go Micro secure digital memory card a from barkers office. The items taken from barkers residence Are listed on the evidence form As ski Case items 2-6, and the phone removed from the office is listed As item no. 8. Items no. 1 and 7 Arentt described on the forms. Multiple phone Calls to the ski to clarify the forms contents and assess the Progress of the forensic digital evidence analysis were not returned As of press time. Assistant District attorney Imelda Pate said during barkers first court appearance that a Complete investigation of the digital evidence could take some time. Barker is scheduled to appear in Lenoir county District court on monday. Wes Wolfe can be reached at 252-559-1075 or at Wes. . Follow him on twitter at Wolf reports. Barker tip hotline delivery no. 527-3191 559-1100 m r d i a g of ii p vol. 130 no. 257 a a copyright 2012 Kinston free press co. 252-527-3191 6 53101 00001
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