Cops: Missing Shed Stolen By Former Son-in-law

The shed was found in the possession of Robert Luise , police said. Luise is the complainant’s former son-in-law, according to police, and the broken safe belonged to him. Luise, 41, of Halley Avenue, maintained the shed is his. He was charged with sixth-degree larceny and released on a promise to appear march 15 in Bridgeport Superior Court. He was also warned against dumping items onto other people’s property.
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Building a garden shed

Building a garden shed

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Rubbermaid Garden Sheds the Gardening Storage Solution

A fire burns at a chemical storage shed at a small airport used by cropdusting planes in Northwood, Iowa

The job could be done much more quickly with a more dedicated workforce. That said, the process was mostly enjoyable. Our son, who was three at the time, helped out and it made for a great father-son activity.
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Building a garden shed

Building a garden shed

The need was driven by the combination of my wife, Colleen’s love of gardening and the growing list of backyard toys that comes from having a young child, Graham, who is now six. We already had a shed; one of those metal things that was old when we moved into our Uxbridge house 10 years earlier. The doors wouldn’t slide properly and I was tired of banging my head every time I wrestled a garden tool from the jumble in the corner. So three years ago, we looked at many options (there are lots of good ones out there) before deciding to build. In the end, my desire to build something myself was a driving force. This is not a decision to be taken lightly.
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