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Police: Vandal Set Fire That Destroyed School Storage Sheds

So one of the deputies offered to give him a ride to Le Sueur so he could use a restroom and get something to eat. The deputy asked to look through Zegiel’s backpack to make sure he didn’t have any weapons. He reported finding frozen salmon filets and vegetables, beer, and a blue and white model car. The deputy said he thought that was odd, but nothing Zegiel had was illegal so he returned the backpack and gave him a ride north. At about 8 a.m. July 25 a resident called to report the burglary of two storage sheds.
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The vandal set fire to the two storage sheds, which were built by students at a cost of $5,000 to $6,000 each, Midway ISD Superintendent Dr. George Kazanas said. Police described the suspect as a tall white male with tattoos who was wearing a sleeveless black T-shirt known as a wife beater, and a ball cap. The fire was reported at around 4:40 a.m. Thursday at the Midway ISD FFA Agricultural Science Instructional Facility at 10401 Panther Way. Flames engulfed the sheds when the first crew arrived, Assistant Waco Fire Chief Patrick Kerwin said.
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Charles, and perhaps he didnt know what kind of snake it was. There have been plenty of cases of snakebite death amongst early people in Missouri, back before any state agencies thought to keep records. I would bet that between 1850 and 1950, there were hundreds of deaths, some from cottonmouths, some from rattlesnakes, but many from copperheads. I say that because I talked to many people in the Ozarks, especially in north Arkansas, who knew of someone who died from the bite of a copperhead. Many were children, because they ran around those hills barefoot.
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