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cops snubbed in cruiser contest - page 3 girls at top of swc 8 33 0 d ru 2 i m , l s3 w en "0 -a : h c z r amherst news-time uj n tn -t 0) i. q sj 31 ro si cic could get power to broker det board would be aimed recruiting new businesses vacant oil iv with city treasurer kathleen litkovitz listening behind, robert dupoo lays out the plan for a cic. belated joke brings donato's gun debacle an woman got pizza pic on her face early last week when late april fools day prank went horribly wrong. six squad cars from rocky river and fairvicw park police department descended shop wcstwood townc center ridge road just befcre 4 p.m. monday evening, after reports that employees had taken hostages inside. officers surrounded building prepared standoff, said lt. terry hudcc. but what they found inside was not-so-funny hoax serious implications bumbling perpetrators. three workers restaurant including 32-ycar-old trinity robinson elyria avenue were fighting inside, wielding first believed real pistol, patrons later told police. man filming incident video recorder caught two shoving each other, one hand, female manager began screaming third worker. manager's three-year-old child sat close by. action, hudec news-times. "one males drew fac handgun. she cheering them on, pretending it real, he said. "she fetched lure him it." their fun cut short. who walked first; ordered show hands, cuffed where revealed all ill-conceived, staged set-up. according statement, "joke" retaliation 1 pulled, arranged camera catch whole thing tape. pistol which closely resembled semi-automatic merely db-gurt, robinson, along 25-year-old dennis zarrelli 28-year-old joshua kenzik lorain, charged misdemeanor count inducing panic. cited continued by jason hawk news-times reporter hopes commercial ventures amherst, council took steps its lands committee meeting night toward creating community improvement corporation. volunteers have been working form 13 advisers more than years, at-largc representative nick brusky. if formally recognized council, given negotiate land sales business deals city's behalf. "i don't sec this as anything good," his colleagues. "not only docs help us good price property, helps control goes property." is brainchild downtown merchant judy rccknagcl, owner mermaid's talc church street. also officer main street, betterment association, design review board. winter, rccknagcl others hired cleveland-based poggcmcycr group paper, developing historical district surrounding nnd organization will tend needs entire city, monday. consultant dupcc described how helped charter similar body wellington, served village administrator until retiring 2005; "we acted team," "the goal common, achieved, enjoys fruits those labors." there fill wellington industrial park, houses stamping co.; whlrlaway corporation, forest technologies, visual products. though some cics dozen second grado students maude neldlng remove trash, debris, dead branches sorvlco project st. joseph school's quest program. time spring cleaning kids may hate rooms, can still eager cleanliness it's cause, grade school proved week. pent-up youthful energy unleashed neiding friday, enrichment volunteered scour grounds, picking up garbage clearing away loose brush celebration earth day. "we're trying accomplish getting many trashes we today," eight-year-old isabella wasem. "paper stuck trees, trash hurt little plants, ' "and sticks," piped friend, nine-year-old rebecca jackson. "hopefully we'll clean before too long." over course hours, kathy loos's classes ran purging glass shards, candy wrappers, spoons, discarded chocolate, lighters, fast food packaging careless polluters. 12 mm jamie's flea market tool vendor killed van crash exiting local mournful atmosphere south saturday, vendors banded together remember own faithfully setting decade. "there's sense loss," lorna balmcrt. "he very nice person, k icasant, always ere early." pulling driveway wednesday afternoon, 87-ycftr-old henry rymont parma almost instantly, 2001 chevy astrovan struck westbound semi-tractor trailer. truck driver, 48-year-old chicago native gustavo morgan, central states trucking co., traveling 40 mph 45 zone, ohio state highway patrol trooper brad fiala. tried hit brakes, couldn't stop time," accident apparently caused failed yield, fiala said, no charges against morgan are expected. "at least yet. go through county prosecutor's office done here," selling old tools between 10 15 balmert, fellow reported finished packing around leaving occurred. "it lot gentleman age load unload everyday. think tired 6 parents hope afterrprom event curb teen drinking so kids, prom coming-of-age, dash rebellion fair share experimentation alcohol, drugs, sex. " providing detour dangerous path mission dedicated parents, busy since september planning after,-prom bash junior high school. "it's safe environment they're not parties, drinking, or hotels," says karen pittak, leader pack organizing annual prom-to-dawn party. "you without drinking." year, 46 percent week' end tatalities among teens united alcohol related, 72 involving 15- 20-year-old drunk mothers driving. overall, about 17 alcohol-related deaths occur people under 20, roughly underage drinkers during season months april, may, june. obvious (alcohol) available kids. want ward off accidents like happened north ridgeville," planner sue cotton, referencing automobile avon lake graduates neil erlenmeyer lee ormston. big pittak have' 17-year-old boys attending friday's prom. expecting 25 adult 5 event. once jhs, allowed leave; keys collected doors duty monitor 200 expected party daybreak. wrong idea. lock-in, lock-down. school, treated carnival games, screen x-box halo tournament, obstacle bungie run, movie room, dj, texas hold 'em, dance revolution, pifiatu, fire pit enclosed open-air court yard. participants expect dig hot "breakfast" pancakes, sausage, hash browns, cereal, rolls, fruit, nachos smoothies, coffee bar. even chocolate fountain. items donated businesses, much event's funding came kresgc drive, has giving every other night's group. tickets sale friday p.m., $10 each. admission includes free t-shirt, 7
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-05-03|
|Date of Original||2006-05-03|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-05-03|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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