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We're ticked off at ignorant and inconsiderate pet owners. The county does have a leash law requiring pets to be controlled by their owners at all times. The law doesn't make exceptions to how cute or how smart your pet is. If pet owners do not follow the...
The following items were taken from Arlington Heights and Buffalo Grove police records. Arlington Heights Theft • Police reported thefts March 2 at the Panera Bread, 5 W. Rand Road, and Portillo's, 806 W. Dundee Road. Unknown offenders...
Going back 25 years, mobile phones, as they were called in those days, were the size of small briefcases, and were prohibitively expensive and impractical for the average person. In those days, police officers communicated mainly by radio dispatch and...
Tags: Media Industry
Have you killed a cell phone? We've all heard stories about shattered screens and other damage. Now a Roanoke company is expanding the first aid it offers. Lee Hartman and Sons has serviced audio and video equipment for years, but residents of the...
Tags: First Aid
FloriDUHDeputies said the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office 911 dispatchers have received more than 1,200 calls from an unregistered cell phone. That averages to about 27 calls a day. Despite not having a working phone number or being associated with a...
AREA 1 Doriane Circle: Petty theft was reported in the 6500 block at 9:22 a.m. Friday. The caller reported that their license plates were stolen from their Nissan Versa. Heil Avenue: A burglary was reported in the 5200 block at 10:34 a.m. Friday. The...
Tags: Abusive Behavior, Theft, Xbox 360
Cellphones, for many people, have morphed into an extra appendage, always within reach except for that time you accidentally left it at home and suffered a minor panic attack. Our constant connectedness has its benefits — it's hard to imagine a...
BRANSON, Mo. -- As the winter storm season continues, the Branson Fire Department would like to remind Branson residents and businesses to register for the BransonAlerts emergency notification system. BransonALERTS provides emergency and other critical...
Tribune reporterA Chicago man was sentenced to 50 years in prison for trying to kill a man who he suspected of stealing a cell phone after a party in the North Lawndale neighborhood, prosecutors said today. Frank Jemison was convicted of the Sept. 14, 2008 shooting of a...
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