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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Sandusky, Ohio Saturday april 28 Chance of showers this afternoon. A-6. I Sandusky since 1�22 copyright 1990, Sandusky newspapers inc. Sandusky Ohio saturday april 28, 1990 in Amy s memory Huron tree memorializes slain child. A-3. Words can Hurt too Story examines emotional abuse. Coming sunday. Casino reprieve petitioners gain a limited Extension. A-10. Local news edition costs of recycling a owners of a local recycling firm say they will have to charge residents a monthly fee to pick up recyclable items a at their Homes. A-20. Tree lovers a Sandusky officials Honor former forestry dept head by planting a tree in Washington Park As a tribute to him. A-3. Track invite a Seneca East tigers outscore five other teams and record 11 first place finishes in the 25th annual Margaretta invitational track meet. A-12. Boy 12 charged in fraud hacking Grosse Ile Mich. Up a 12-year-old boy a a hacked into the electronic files of try corp., a credit rating giant and lifted credit card numbers which were then posted on computer bulletin boards and widely used for purchases and Telephone Calls police say. The youths Mother said thursday the family was stunned by his arrest. She said the boy spent four to five hours each weeknight and up to 14 hours a Day on weekends at his computer. She said she was pleased her son stayed at Home. A the did no to bother me a she said. A the sat there on his computer. Well i figured computers that a the thing of the Day. A the had numbers i guess. I done to know where he got the numbers from for any hacking she said. State and Federal authorities said the youth who was charged under Michigan Law with computer fraud and Finan a see Hack a-2 creativity on display Register photo a Jackie Hoelzer Sandusky an Art education student at Bowling Green state University was one of three judges for the Sandusky High school creativity expo which opened Friday in the High schools auxiliary gym. The show continues from 6 30 to 8 30 . Today and from 1 to 5 . Sunday. Dan leads to 49-year prison term similar evidence at Issue locally los Angeles up a a Man convicted of raping two women in the first criminal trial in los Angeles county that employed Dan evidence was sentenced Friday to 49 years in state prison. Henry wilds 33, was convicted by a Superior court jury in March on 10 counts of rape robbery forcible Oral copulation and burglary stemming from two attacks in North Hollywood. Jurors said their verdict was based in part on the Dan evidence used to identify wilds As the assailant. The use of Dan a which allows for comparison of an individual a a genetic coding a is at Issue in criminal proceedings of three men charged in the murder of Sandus Kian David Hartlaub. A Federal judge will determine if evidence obtained through a sampling of the suspects Dan can be used in a trial Federal weapons charges. In the los Angeles Case wilds attorney Ralph novotney jr., said his client will Appeal the conviction and sentence on grounds that the Dan evidence was inadmissible. Wilds was convicted of raping and robbing a 30-year-old woman in december 1986 in the underground garage of her apartment and of a similar attack on a 27-year-old woman in february 1987. Without the Dan evidence a which allowed jurors to compare the genetic coding in samples of wilds blood to that of the sperm found in the victims a the jury Foreman said wilds would probably have been found guilty of Only one count of burglary. A the Dan evidence made their Job easier a Deputy District attorney Lisa Kahn said. Kahn said the Case a shows us the Dan evidence can be easily explained to jurors and it should be used when Nec Esary in the Dan or detox ribonucleic acid is found in All human tissue cells and determines each persons unique physical characteristics. Some experts say that except for identical twins no two people have identical Dan codes but other scientists have criticized genetic fingerprinting. Volunteers earn Praise at banquet by Gary j. Fahey staff writer five Erie county residents were selected winners of the 1990 a Penney Golden Rule award Friday afternoon among a Field of 14 finalists in recognition of their Volunteer service to local non profit organizations. The award winners selected from 53 nominees each received an engraved Bronze sculpture and a $1,000 contribution from a Penney to their service oriented organization. They Are now eligible for the National Golden Rule award to be presented in september that carries a $5,000 Grant. Additional certificates and contributions of $250 were presented to the remaining ten finalists. Kay Wright who coordinated the event As the director of the a see award a-7 judge won t reduce Bond in child Case a visiting judge Friday denied motions to reduce the Bond and consolidate the cases of two people charged separately in the january scalding death of a three year old Sandusky boy. James Mcmonagle a Cuya hoga county common pleas judge appointed to hear the cases denied a motion from defense lawyers to reduce the Bonds of Peggy Wassermann and Craig Popke who were indicted feb. 20 in the death of Wassermann a son Michael. The Erie county Coroner ruled that the child died of Burn complications after he came in Contact with scalding water. Police said Popke and Wassermann were engaged to be married and were living at 515 w. Madison St. With the child. Popke was indicted on charges of murder voluntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter. His Bond was continued at $105,000. Wassermann was indicted on a see Bond a-2 fire guts Cleveland steel Mill Cleveland up an intense fire broke out Friday morning at an abandoned steel Mill sending a thick plume of Black smoke Over the downtown area and forcing authorities to close a major Bridge. The fire was reported at 9 30 . At the old Federal american wire and steel co. Mill which was closed in 1986. The building in the City a Flats area on the Western fringe of downtown was being demolished and one report by radio station were said it May have been started by a worker with a cutting Torch. There were no reports of injuries but by late morning the entire Structure was in flames with the top two floors already destroyed. The fire department classified it As four alarm just one step below the highest classification. About one hour after firefighters arrived police closed the nearby Bob Hope memorial Bridge one of the four linking downtown with the City a West Side. Fire officials said they could not guarantee the structural integrity of the Bridge in the event of a major expansion of the fire. Another problem was hundreds of sightseers on the Bridge and bumper to bumper traffic because the smoke was obscuring Drivers vision. Firefighters battled a Blaze in an abandoned Cleveland steel Mill to prevent damage to the nearby Bob Hope memorial Bridge. Miami officer shot after routine Stop North Miami Beach Fla. Up a a metro Dade county police officer was shot in the Throat and killed before Dawn Friday during a shootout with one of three men stopped by the officer and his partner authorities said. The officer identified As Joseph Martin 28, was airlifted to Jackson memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police identified the alleged gunman As Michael Allen grif Fin 20, of North Miami Beach. Griffin who was injured in the incident and hospitalized in Good condition was charged with first degree murder and attempted first degree murder police said. Two other suspects Samuel Geraldo Velez 20, and Jonathan Nicholas 20, both of Miami Beach were arrested and charged with felony first degree murder. Martin was the second Law enforcement officer shot in the Joseph Martin line of duty in As Many Days in the Miami area. On thursday Fri special agent John Richard Davis 39, was grazed by a Bullet during a shootout with drug suspects. Davis was treated and released from a local Hospital. Mother knows Best Bush tells child Broccoli hater Knight Ridder newspapers Boca Raton Fla. President Bush May be the Leader of the free world but he knows better than to mess with someone with real Power a kids mom. In a letter to Bush recently 9-year-old Jeffrey Johnson of Boca Raton Fla., sought the presidents intervention in a Domestic policy matter. Jeffrey pleaded with Bush to help him get out of a requirement set Down by his Mother and enforced by his grandpa rents that he eat his Broccoli. Replied the president not at this juncture. be prudent. After hearing Bush so i am the president and in a not going to eat any More Broccoli speech Jeffrey wrote to the White House on March 26 a a. I would like to Tell you something now i have to eat More Broccoli i am very sorry that my grandparents heard you on television talking about a see Bush a-2 Index classified ads.a-14-18 Horoscope. .a-21 religion. .a-4,5 entertainment ads .a-20 Kaleidoscope. A-8,9 obituaries. .a-6 sports.a-11-14,22 television. .a-20 almanac. .a-6 dear Abby. .a-8 comics. .a-21 weather. .a-6 lottery pick-3. .914 pick-4. .9402

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