Student grifter back behind bars in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA— Aformer collegestudent convicted of stealing the identi-ties of neighbors and friends hasreturned to federal custody inPhiladelphia to face a probation viola-tion charge that could send her back toprison.The Philadelphia Inquirer said a mag-istrate ordered Monday that 28-year-oldJocelyn Kirsch remain jailed until a fed-eral court decides whether a recentshoplifting conviction violates theterms of her post-sentence court super-vision.Ahearing is set for April 29.Kirsch was sentenced to one year in jail after being convicted in January of two felony burglary counts inCalifornia.That conviction comes six years afterKirsch, then a Drexel University stu-dent, was sentenced to ﬁve years in fed-eral prison for a $100,000 identity theftspree with then-boyfriend andUniversity of Pennsylvania graduateEdward Anderton.
Stowaway teen stirs concern about airport security
SAN JOSE — A16-year-old boyscrambled over an airport fence, crosseda tarmac and climbed into a jetliner’swheel well, then ﬂew for ﬁve freezinghours to Hawaii — a misadventure thatstirred concern about possible weakspots in the security system that pro-tects the nation’s airline ﬂeet.The boy, who lives in Santa Clara andattends a local high school, hopped outof the wheel well of a Boeing 767 on theMaui airport tarmac Sunday. Authoritiesfound him wandering around the airportgrounds with no identiﬁcation. He wasquestioned by the FBI and taken byambulance to a hospital, where he wasfound to be unharmed.FBI spokesman Tom Simon inHonolulu said the teen did not rememberthe ﬂight from San Jose.It was not immediately clear how theboy stayed alive in the unpressurizedspace, where temperatures at cruisingaltitude can fall well below zero and theair is too thin for humans to stay con-scious. An FAAstudy of stowawaysfound that some went into a hiberna-tion-like state.On Monday, authorities tried to deter-mine how the boy slipped through mul-tiple layers of security, including wide-ranging video surveillance, Germanshepherds and Segway-riding policeofﬁcers.Security footage from the San Joseairport veriﬁed that the boy climbed afence and crossed a runway to get toHawaiian Airlines Flight 45 on Sundaymorning, Simon said.That airport, in the heart of SiliconValley, is surrounded by fences,although many sections do not havebarbed wire and could easily be scaled.The boy climbed over during thenight, “under the cover of darkness,”San Jose airport spokeswomanRosemary Barnes said Monday.Hours later, surveillance video atKahului Airport showed the boy gettingout of the wheel well after landing,according to a statement from Hawaii’sDepartment of Transportation. Thevideo was not released due to the ongo-ing investigation.
At least 12 arrested at San Francisco 4/20 party
SAN FRANCISCO — At least a dozenpeople were arrested, most of them fac-ing possible felony charges, during anannual, unsanctioned 4/20 marijuanacelebration in San Francisco, policesaid Monday.About nine people potentially facefelonies, including two accused of pos-sessing and carrying a loaded and con-cealed handgun during Sunday’s gather-ing at Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park,said Sgt. Danielle Newman, a policespokeswoman. There were also multiple arrests forpossessing and selling marijuana oropiates, and numerous other citations,Newman said. Ofﬁcers also responded tofour medical calls, including a seizureand an overdose, she added. No deathswere reported.City ofﬁcials estimated that about15,000 people attended the of thenation’s largest gatherings for the unof-ﬁcial April 20 pot holiday, held coinci-dentally this year on Easter Sunday.
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Actor Ryan Stiles is55.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
Congress authorized the use of thephrase “In God We Trust” on U.S.coins.
“Life is one long process of getting tired.”
— Samuel Butler,British author (1835-1902)
Actor Jack Nicholson is 77.Actress MichelleRyan is 30.
Meb Keﬂezighi of the U.S.reacts after winning the men’s division of the 118th running of the Boston Marathon in Boston.
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, the Oklahoma Land Rush began at noon as thou-sands of homesteaders staked claims.
, the United States Chamber of Commerce had itsbeginnings with a National Commercial Conference held inWashington, D.C.
the United States, Britain and Japan signed theLondon Naval Treaty, which regulated submarine warfare andlimited shipbuilding.
45 workers were killed in a coal mine explosionat Keen Mountain in Buchanan County, Va.
, during World War II, U.S. forces began invadingJapanese-held New Guinea with amphibious landings atHollandia and Aitape.
an atomic test in Nevada became the ﬁrst nuclearexplosion shown on live network television as a 31-kilo-ton bomb was dropped from a B-50 Superfortress.
the publicly televised sessions of the SenateArmy-McCarthy hearings began.
, President Lyndon B. Johnson opened the NewYork World’s Fair.
, millions of Americans concerned about the envi-ronment observed the ﬁrst “Earth Day.”
, the West German news magazine Stern announcedthe discovery of 60 volumes of personal diaries purportedlywritten by Adolf Hitler; however, the diaries turned out to bea hoax.
, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum was dedi-cated in Washington, D.C., to honor victims of Nazi exter-mination.
, Richard M. Nixon, the 37th president of theUnited States, died at a New York hospital four days after suf-fering a stroke; he was 81.
Ten years ago
: Army Ranger Pat Tillman, who’d traded ina multi-million-dollar NFLcontract to serve in Afghanistan,was killed by friendly ﬁre; he was 27.
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(Answers tomorrow)GRIME IGLOO HURRAYKARATEYesterday’sJumbles:Answer:The barbershop had been in his family for years andit was his turn to run it...It was his —“HAIR-ITAGE”Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, assuggested by the above cartoon.
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Actor George Cole is 89. Actress Charlotte Rae is 88.Actress Estelle Harris is 86. Singer Glen Campbell is 78.Singer Mel Carter is 71. Author Janet Evanovich is 71.Country singer Cleve Francis is 69. Movie director JohnWaters is 68. Singer Peter Frampton is 64. Rock singer-musi-cian Paul Carrack (Mike and the Mechanics; Squeeze) is 63.Actor Joseph Bottoms is 60. Baseball manager TerryFrancona is 55. Comedian Byron Allen is 53. Actor ChrisMakepeace is 50. Rock musician Fletcher Dragge is 48. ActorJeffrey Dean Morgan is 48. Actress Sheryl Lee is 47. Actress-talk show host Sherri Shepherd is 47.
The Daily Derby race winners areSolid Gold,No.11,in ﬁrst place;Money Bags,No.11,in secondplace;and Big Ben,No.4,in third place.The racetime was clocked at 1:40.62.
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