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I was just gonna say! It was posted online before the crime happened! That's some good reporting! lol
The roaming Goddess ? It's a maricle !!!! Funny , was that the Greek Goddess of snatch ? I wonder if they catch this ?
wow!!! you people really need to get a life if you got nothing better to do than to point out the register's mis prints. think about that for a few, turn off the computer, and talk to real human beings face to face
Do not have computer
Accurate reporting lends to credibility
Face 2 face does not alter the error
Your opinion is valued
Thank you for sharing
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I'm honored. You were my inspiration Rick.
Maybe she took a walk with the guy who shot the drug guy
By Morning Journal Staffnews@MorningJournal.com
PERKINS TOWNSHIP — Police are looking for a man accused of injuring a senior citizen in a road rage attack.
Witnesses reported a man in a white van stop after the senior citizen pulled over Feb. 12 at 1:30 p.m. near the 1300 block of Strub Road. The suspect got out of his van and assaulted the senior citizen who received several injuries. The suspect is described as a man in his early 30s wearing a blue shirt, dark short hair, muscular-stocky build, driving a white delivery type van. The last four numbers on the Ohio plate are “8990,” the beginning of the plate is unknown. The vehicle was last seen eastbound on SR 6 as one of the witnesses tried to follow after the suspect fled. Possible lettering on the van could be “avol group” or something close to this.
If you have information, contact the Perkins Detective Bureau at (419) 627-0824
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