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arilyn Bilpuch, a 1950 alumna of UNC, volunteersin the Charles Kuralt Learning Center on the sec-ond floor of Carroll Hall. The room contains theactual furniture of Kuralt, a well-known CBS journalist anda former editor of The Daily Tar Heel.
Someone was grabbed and hitat 10:48 p.m. Monday at 1301 MartinLuther King Jr. Blvd., according toChapel Hill police reports.
Someone broke a windowand entered an abandoned build-ing at 2:31 p.m. Monday at 412-DCaldwell St., according to ChapelHill police reports.Damages to the window totaled$200, reports state.
Someone stole $455 of prop-erty from a car between 6:15 p.m.Sunday and 11:38 a.m. Monday at5639 Old Durham Road, accord-ing to Chapel Hill police reports.The stolen items included a carstereo, 12-inch box speakers, anamplifier and an MP3 player.
Someone stole an iPhone at afraternity party between 1 a.m. and2 a.m. Sunday at the Beta ThetaPi house at 114 S. Columbia St.,according to Chapel Hill policereports.
A Chapel Hill woman wasarrested for misdemeanor profan-ity on a public highway at 2:47p.m. Monday on the 100 block of North Columbia Street, accordingto Chapel Hill police reports.Samantha Jones Elabanjo, 43, was released on a written prom-ise to appear in court in March,reports state.
Two people were arrested formisdemeanor larceny for steal-ing meat at 2:31 p.m. Friday fromthe Food Lion at 104 N.C. Hwy.54, according to Carrboro policereports.Tobias Alexander, 34, andDarren Dante Townes, 40, enteredthe store and concealed meat insidetheir clothing, reports state.They were taken to the mag-istrate’s office and delivered toOrange County Jail, reports state.
Htoo Kyaw, 40, was charged with misdemeanor assault with adeadly weapon Sunday at 306 EstesDrive Extension in Carrboro, accord-ing to Carrboro police reports.
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. A New Jersey man was arrestedafter stealing items from a police station andtrying to sell them in a Taco Bell drive-thru. Anthony Williams, 41, strolled into policeheadquarters past an unmanned counter andswiped a police radio, a computer monitor anda sergeant’s attache case, police said. A TacoBell customer recognized the items Williams was peddling and called 911.
. “The dogs can urinate and def-ecate. But they can’t copulate or impregnate.”— Dexter Blanch, a Louisiana dog breederand creator of the Pet Anti Breeding System, acomplex eight-buckle chastity belt for dogs.The system is an alternative for owners whodon’t want to have their pets spayed or neu-tered. Dogs that can’t seem to say no won’t behurt by trying to get around the rigging.
ew York is living up to its nickname as “The City that Never Sleeps.” About 70 percent of New Yorkers have heard their neighbors hav-ing sex, according to a recent poll by brickunderground.com, a site forhomeowners.The most common complaint was a thumping sound, followed by moaning,screaming and “other” sounds.“I heard everything!” one frustrated woman wrote on a Brooklyn blog. “I hate to be a buzzkill, but if they really feel the need to explore their sexual needs in public,they should at least try to keep it on the low.” A fifth of those surveyed said the noises actually turned them on.
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