Thurman Too Salty, Supervisor Says

Police calls down 3.3% in first half of 2014 – The Observer Group

The board took no action on Eddys motion. Eddy and fellow board member Daniel Smith began their terms in January and ran on the same ballot line as former Supervisor John Haskell, whom Wood defeated in his bid to return to office. When contacted on Thursday, Eddy disputed Woods contention the town would be fined if it failed to meet a specific deadline. We need to show progress, but theres no specific date as her letter pronounced to do a completion of the salt shed, he said.
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In June, police arrested 25-year-old Daniel Lee Upton, who allegedly confessed to a string of incidents in which he broke into condo storage sheds and stole bicycles throughout Longboat Key and Holmes Beach. Those incidents helped drive up larcenies substantially. Otherwise, in these mid-year reports, our crimes are pretty static, Cumming said. The highest percentage of service calls fell under the category of fire department assistance, with a total of 623 calls during the first half of 2014, a 23.5% decrease over last year. Burglar alarm responses were up 15.1%, with 428 this year, compared with 372 in 2013. The first six months included 84 burglary and larceny cases, up 42.9% from last year. All traffic-related activity, including accidents and stops were up to 842 for 2014, a 26.6% increase that police attribute to the license-camera system that began operating last August.
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4, to paint a portion of the new 100-foot by 16-foot community mural on the storage sheds of Cellar Lumber, 137 E. College Ave., which run along the east side of the Westerville Bikeway just south of College. The mural is a collaborative project among the city, the Franklin County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board and the art organization ALTernative.
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“It sounded like thunder coming down the river. Me and my friend had to scramble up a cliff to get out of the way of it.” He and 12 other hikers huddled together and called 911. When the operator asked for a cross street they had to explain that they were in the forest.
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