Burglary suspect arrested after leaving wallet
DALLAS — Authorities say ateenager who burglarized a Dallaspolice ofﬁcer’s apartment, taking hisservice weapon and ammunition, wasapprehended after he lost his wallet ashe ﬂed.Police reports say two witnesseschased 18-year-old Adrian Jimmersonwhen he was seen Feb. 13 carrying apillowcase full of items. The suspectdropped the pillowcase as he jumped afence, but his pants ripped and his wal-let fell to the ground. Aschool identi-fication card also was found.Jimmerson was arrested the next day.He was being held Tuesday at theDallas County jail on a charge of bur-glary of a habitation, with a bond of $10,000. Aphone message left withhis public defender, Frank Douglas,was not immediately returned.
California dog dies of poison owner researched
BLUE LAKE — Sheriff’s ofﬁcials inNorthern California are investigatingthe possibility that a dog was fatallypoisoned because of research its ownerwas conducting.The 10-year-old Labrador mix namedNyxo died earlier this month inHumboldt County after eating red meatlaced with rat poison. The dog’sowner, ecologist Mourad Gabriel, sayshe has been studying the same poisonand its effects on Paciﬁc ﬁshers andnorthern spotted owls.The Humboldt County Sheriff’sOfﬁce has opened an animal crueltyinvestigation. Lt. Wayne Hanson saysinvestigators are considering the pos-sibility that Nyxo was targetedbecause of Gabriel’s research.No other neighbors have reportedusing rat poison or having their ani-mals poisoned, and Gabriel did not letthe dog loose in the neighborhood.A$2,500 reward has been offered forinformation in the case.
Man killed after attacking deputies with bat
SAN LORENZO — Alameda Countysheriff’s ofﬁcials say deputies shotand killed a 61-year-old man after heassaulted paramedics who were tryingto put him in an ambulance then wentafter the deputies with a baseball bat.David Goins was shot at his home inSan Lorenzo late Monday. Firefighters and paramedics werecalled to investigate reports that a res-ident was having a seizure. Goins wasbeing aided by paramedics he becamecombative and ran into the house. Authorities say a deputy opened ﬁreafter a sheriff’s sergeant was hit thebat. The sergeant suffered a bruise onhis arm.Sgt. J.D. Nelson tells the newspaperdeputies had been to the home 19times since 2011 for a variety of rea-sons, including to investigate reportsof domestic violence and public drunk-enness.
Water bottler faces opposition in California
MOUNTSHASTA— Spring waterbottler Crystal Geyser’s plans to tapan aquifer at the base of Mount Shastain far Northern California is runninginto opposition from some residents,environmentalists and NativeAmerican tribes.They say the planned bottling oper-ation in the town of Mount Shasta inSiskiyou County could deplete wellsand the aquifer, which feeds the head-waters of the Sacramento River, at atime of extreme drought in California. Crystal Geyser says the concerns areoverblown. The company plans to usea plant that was built by Coca-Cola tobottle water for Dannon. Crystal Geyser CEO Doug MacLeansaid that Crystal Geyser will use half the water that Coca-Cola used, andthere is plenty of available water.But people in the town of about3,400 say the county is not thorough-ly studying the possible impacts of the project.“This is the same aquifer that thehomeowners who live nearby share,”Vicki Gold, a member of a citizensgroup opposed to the project, told thenewspaper.
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This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
During World War II, U.S. strategicbombers began raiding German air-craft manufacturing centers in a seriesof attacks that became known as “BigWeek.”
“I’ve always believed in the adage that the secret of eternal youth is arrested development.”
— Alice Roosevelt Longworth,former ﬁrst daughter (born 1884,died this date in 1980)
Actor SidneyPoitier is 87.Newspaperheiress PatriciaHearst is 60.
A worker prepares part of a carnival ﬂoat at the Mangueira Samba School in preparation for the annual carnival parade inRio de Janeiro,Brazil.
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, President George Washington signed an act creat-ing the U.S. Post Ofﬁce.
the Supreme Court ruled that no state legislaturecould annul the judgments or determine the jurisdictions of federal courts.
, William Wallace Lincoln, the 11-year-old son of President Abraham Lincoln and ﬁrst lady Mary Todd Lincoln,died at the White House, apparently of typhoid fever.
, President Theodore Roosevelt signed an immigra-tion act which excluded “idiots, imbeciles, feebleminded per-sons, epileptics, insane persons” from being admitted to theUnited States.
, Congress proposed the 21st Amendment to theU.S. Constitution to repeal Prohibition.
Anthony Eden resigned as British foreign secre-tary following Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain’s deci-sion to negotiate with Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.
, the U.S. Supreme Court, in United States v.Rabinowitz, ruled 5-3 that authorities making a lawful arrestdid not need a warrant to search and seize evidence in an areathat was in the “immediate and complete control” of the sus-pect.
, astronaut John Glenn became the ﬁrst American toorbit the Earth as he flew aboard Project Mercury’sFriendship 7 spacecraft.
the National Emergency Warning Center inColorado erroneously ordered U.S. radio and TVstations off the air; some stations heeded the alert, which was not liftedfor about 40 minutes.
a bomb left by Unabomber Ted Kaczynski explod-ed behind a computer store in Salt Lake City, seriously injur-ing store owner Gary Wright. Soviet authorities releasedJewish activist Josef Begun.
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Unscramble these four Jumbles,one letter to each square,to form four ordinary words.
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Gloria Vanderbilt is 90. Racing Hall of Famer Bobby Unseris 80. Actress Marj Dusay is 78. Jazz-soul singer NancyWilson is 77. Racing Hall of Famer Roger Penske is 77.Singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie is 73. Hockey Hall-of-Famer Phil Esposito is 72. Movie director Mike Leigh is 71.Actress Brenda Blethyn is 68. Actress Sandy Duncan is 68.Rock musician J. Geils is 68. Actor Peter Strauss is 67. Rocksinger-musician-producer Walter Becker (Steely Dan) is 64.Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is 63. Countrysinger Kathie Baillie is 63. Actor John Voldstad is 63. ActorAnthony Stewart Head is 60.
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