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Denison ZBA approves variance for storage building, wood shop | Herald Democrat

— Investigators in Harrisburg want to know who vandalized several items at the Township Park. Officials say late Friday or early Saturday, the vandals cut wire in light poles, spray painted profane graffiti on a storage shed, concession stand, and dugouts. They also destroyed a new picnic table and dumped it in a lagoon. The Park District says in all, the vandals caused some $5,000 in damage.
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North Vernon man faces drug, theft charges | Local News – WLKY Home

Munson. Aguilar said he is in the process of building a 420-square-foot storage building near the edge of his property to replace an older storage shed. Aguilar said he didnt check the size comparison between the two buildings, and the new structure is too close to the edge of the property line to meet the citys ordinance for side yards, which requires a minimum of three feet. Aguilar requested a variance of six inches to the side yard. Due to the pitch of the building, Aguilar also requested a variance of three feet to the citys height ordinance, which allows for a maximum of 12 feet for a one-story accessory building. In its second request of the meeting, the Board approved a request for variance to the citys ordinance regarding metal accessory buildings being used as garages for a property located at 725 E. Woodard.
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Covered with bruises, choked three times – Hungry Horse News: Hungry Horse News

A man found inside was told to clean up litter around the vehicle. 9:11 a.m. A caller on 12th Ave. West in Columbia Falls reported that a woman there was covered in bruises following a physical disturbance one day earlier.
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Lowell man sentenced to four years in kidnapping – Sentinel & Enterprise

Related Pair charged in connection with… Anthony Herr is charged with manufacturing meth and possession of stolen property. After getting a tip, police searched his home and found a large amount of stolen hand and power tools. The property is believed to be worth several thousand dollars. Officers also found an active meth lab in a nearby storage shed. Herr is also a suspect in four business burglaries.
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12, 2012 assault. Lowell Superior Court Judge Heidi Brieger on Thursday sentenced Fitzpatrick to serve four years in state prison followed by three years probation with conditions that he stay away from the victim and her family, remain drug and alcohol free, undergo random screenings, and enter and complete a program for batterers, according to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. At Fitzpatrick’s Lowell District Court arraignment in December 2012, prosecutor Rachel Perlman said Lowell police responded to a call from the victim alleging an assault.
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