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An officer will speak with Loss Prevention as there is a possible suspect. When he got the car home, he found paperwork in it indicating it belonged to another person at another New Hampshire address. The officer drove the suspect home, where he was released to his parents. Five officers were dispatched to the scene where they spoke with the two men. The officer said there was no damage. There did not appear to be any structural damage to the building — just some brick work — but the building inspector will contact the sergeant to discuss it. The operator was unhurt, but her vehicle had to be towed. An officer verified, a few minutes later, that the correct VIN belonged to a Ford Explorer that was last registered in Essex in 2011. Saturday. He told the officer that the key had broken off in the lock, so he was cutting the lock off to get into his storage unit. Police arrested Dennis Njoki, 24, 5 Dyer Court, Apt. Simone Legget, 20, of 28 William St. , Lynn, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and with texting while driving. Police ran the VIN in Massachusetts and New Hampshire and had no match. The caller was unsure whether the Abbott Street house was in Peabody or Salem. When she and her husband went to the door, the person took off and ran down the street. The officer got a name from some equipment that was at the storage unit and was able to track down and speak with the owner, who drives a blue Ford F150 pickup. Police responded, at 2:50 p. m. , to Derby Square for three disorderly people. The officer gained access to the residence and determined the woman was suffering from a possible overdose. Police, fire and ambulance were dispatched. Police took the female operator of the Subaru into custody. An officer reported, at 4:10 a. m. , Saturday, that he had driven by the location and all was in order. An officer contacted the company, which said the men will return and put back the two rails that fell out of the fence. They speculated that person may have bought it, never registered it, and later sold it to the second New Hampshire seller who never registered it either, before selling it to the caller. She said she will dispose of it. From 9:20 to about 10:15 a. m. , officers were sent to multiple locations around town where they removed signs that were in violations of city ordinances from utility poles. Officers were called to Stop & Shop, 301 Newbury St. , at 3:25 p. m. , for two male shoplifters. The fight was broken up. A patrolman responded to Hyde Street, at 9:40 p. m. , for a report of people lighting fireworks. Police were called to Waldron Court again for the machine that supposedly repels teens by emitting a high-pitched noise. Officers were sent to Coco Key Water Park, 51 Village Road, at 6:20 p. m. , for a report of people fighting. The officer on scene reported there was a utility pole down with live wires plus damage to a traffic light. Police were dispatched, at 5:10 a. m. , to Motel 6, 65 Newbury St. , to serve two warrants. A Doaks Road caller advised police, at 11:45 a. m. , that a blue four-door station wagon had just pulled into the lot. The warrants were served in hand to a 31-year-old Dorchester man and a 30-year-old Quincy woman, both of whom were arrested. Officers were sent to Summer Street, at 6:50 p. m. , for a possible break and entry to a garage. Police responded, at 12:25 p. m. , to the Sunglass Hut, at the Northshore Mall, for a report of a shoplifter. Police were sent to Econo Lodge, 152 Endicott St. , at 11:30 a. m. for a woman who was refusing to check out. Loss Prevention at Shaw’s Supermarket, 210 Andover St. , notified police, at 6:10 p. m. , of a shoplifting that took place an hour before, and suspects are no longer on the premises. Police responded, at 6:30 p. m. , to Putnam Street for an attempted break and entry. Police were called to Angenica Terrace, at 3:20 a. m. , for a woman who says she was awakened by an unknown person who was banging on the front door. Police were dispatched, at 9:35 a. m. , to Sewall Street, for a suspicious person. The caller said a Subaru smashed into another car and tried to leave the scene but the car was too damaged. Officers and firefighters responded to the vicinity of Bridge and Washington streets, at 7:15 p. m. for a motor vehicle on fire. An officer was sent to Columbia Road, at 10 p. m. , after a caller reported seeing sawhorses in the road. Police were called to a Washington Street shop, at 4:40 p. m. , for a shoplifter. An officer checked and reported that the woman’s car was in the driveway, but there was no answer at the residence. The report of a shoplifting brought an officer to the 100 block of North Street, at 2:35 p. m. Marblehead. The suspect, whose identity is known, will be issued a summons for shoplifting merchandise valued at greater than $250. A caller reported, just before 2 p. m. , that someone had entered her car while it was parked at Latitude Sports Club, 194... Police were sent to Walgreen’s, 35 Main St. , at 12:30 p. m. , after the building was hit by a 2007 red Ford Fusion, driven by a Peabody woman. A Jersey Street woman notified police, anonymously, that she was concerned about an unsupervised prom after-party that was being planned. Police responded, at 8:50 p. m. , to Tedesco and Maple streets, for a two-car crash involving a brown 2015 Subaru XCountry and a black 2004 Acura TSX. The report of a larceny brought police to a Leavitt Street address, at noon. Officers were dispatched, at 8:15 a. m. , to a Garden Street address for a non-domestic dispute between a man and a woman. Police went to Newbury Street, at 6 p. m. , after a driver called to say they had just hit a deer. Police were called to a Beacon Street address, at 12:45 p. m. , after a construction truck hit a fence. A caller notified Essex Regional Dispatch, at 3:45 p. m. , of a hit-and-run accident after which the reporting party followed the other car to Fountain and Pierpont streets. Police, fire and ambulance responded, at 9 a. m. , to Tedesco Street, for a man who collapsed while mowing his lawn. A woman called police, at 6:20 p. m. , to report that she had been unable to contact her sister for an abnormally long period of time after having the phone go silent while the two were talking. A Waldron Court resident called police, at 6:30 p. m. , to report that the house directly behind hers has a device on its back porch that makes a noise which is supposed to keep teens away. Police went to Paddy Kelley’s, 154 Washington St. , at 7:30 p. m. , when the staff reported that, after a disturbance, a man was refusing to leave the premises. Police stopped a vehicle, at 1:45 p. m. , on the 200 block of Lynn Street, and arrested the operator. Police were dispatched, at 11:55 a. m. , to Lowell Street and Priscilla Lane, for a motor vehicle with possible injuries. The store has been hit several times in the past by the same person involving medications in excess of $500. A Butternut Avenue resident reported to police, at 6:20 p. m. , that his wallet had been stolen from his vehicle sometime overnight. A Bartholomew Street woman notified police, at 8:20 a. m. , of an unclaimed piece of luggage she said had been in her driveway for three days. New Hampshire State Police said they have nothing reported stolen and no Ford Escapes registered to the person whose paperwork was found. A Kirkland Road resident called police at 1 a. m. , to express his disapproval of a neighbor who smokes in his car and leaves his cigarette butts in the street. A Gregory Street resident reported to police, at 11:10 p. m. that he had bought a Ford Escape in New Hampshire, via Craigslist, and he now believes it may be stolen. The officer reported the machine is definitely on again, so he is going over to the residence and have them do something about it. The parents were not home, but the daughter unplugged the machine again and said she will convey to her parents that... Police will issue a court summons to a 64-year-old Peabody man on charges of leaving the scene of a property damage accident and operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license. A Commercial Street woman called police, at 2:20 p. m. , to report that she had found a man wearing a sweat suit lying in her backyard. An officer went to the address, checked out the device, and confirmed that it is painful to listen to. The residents of the home were out, and the officer requested permission to go up on the deck and see if he can shut it off. The suspect, described as a very tall, heavy-set woman wearing a white shirt, jeans and her hair in a bun, stole an item valued at $220. Police were unable to locate the woman. Police responded, between 6:40 and 7:20 a. m. , for reports of vehicle break-ins on Buffum Street, North Street, School Street, and Symonds Street. The vehicle, a white 2016 Cadillac SRX, driven by an elderly Lynnfield man, was towed, and the man was transported to Salem Hospital. A caller told police, at 6:35 p. m. , that her son’s bicycle was just stolen from Tedeschi’s, 598 Lowell St. A caller advised police, at 7:10 p. m. , of having been assaulted earlier at a service at St. John’s Church, 17 Chestnut St. Police were... Source: www.salemnews.com
Cheltenham Township police briefs: Week of May 21 - Montgomery Newspapers
THEFT >> A Renova laptop was reported stolen at 7 p. m. May 12 from the locker room at Fitness 19, 8080 Old York Road, police said. RETAIL THEFT >> Latara Howell, 45, of Philadelphia, was cited for retail theft at 6:55 p. m. May 11 after taking $66. 93 in goods from Burlington Coat Factory, 2471 Cheltenham Ave. VANDALISM >> A vehicle parked in the 200 block of Berkeley Road, was found at 8:30 p. m. May 12 with paint thrown on it, police said. FRAUD >> A resident of the 1500 block of Church Road, Wyncote, reported May 9 that a fraudulent check for $300 was cashed on the victim’s bank account, police said. DUI >> Kenneth Strausser, 31, of the 4900 block of Bingham Street, Philadelphia, was charged with driving under the influence following an accident at 4:49 a. m. March 18 at Church and Old York roads, police said. 38-caliber revolver was reported stolen at 12:39 p. m. May 9 from the glove box of a vehicle in the unit block of Asbury Avenue, police said. FRAUD >> A resident reported May 12 that after giving a male claiming to be signing her up for Obamacare personal information, including her Social Security and bank account numbers, she had $150 taken from her bank account and has been receiving... Two other vehicles on the same block were entered overnight, but it was unknown if anything was taken, police said. About $5 in change was taken from an unlocked vehicle in the 300 block of Boyer Road, police said. COUNTERFEIT >> A male who used counterfeit bills to purchase an Apple watch at Target, 2450 Shoppers Lane, attempted to return the watch at 4:52 p. m. May 12, and left the store in a white Dodge Ram, police said. WARRANT >> Mark D. Campbell, 41, of the 4500 block of Cottman Avenue, was taken into custody at 1:31 p. m. May 13 at Cheltenham Avenue and School Lane on an outstanding warrant from Philadelphia Municipal Court on an aggravated assault charge,... ARREST >> John Marsee Jr. , 34, of the 2000 block of Old Bethlehem Pike, Sellersville, was arrested at 1:07 p. m. May 14 in the 2100 block of West Cheltenham Avenue after being found in possession of cocaine and heroin, police said. HIT & RUN >> A vehicle parked in a lot in the 500 block of South Easton Road was found struck by another vehicle at 9:24 p. m. May 14, police said. RETAIL THEFT >> Two Philadelphia girls, ages 13 and 15, were charged with retail theft at 3:56 p. m. May 10 at Target, 2450 Shoppers Lane, police said. THEFT FROM VEHICLE >> Two sets of golf clubs were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 7500 block of Mountain Avenue overnight May 9, police said. RETAIL THEFT >> A black male, 6 feet tall, wearing black pants, a black, hooded sweatshirt and white sneakers removed numerous phones from their security devices at AT&T, 1000 S. Easton Road, at 7:44 p. m. May 8 and fled, police said. VEHICLE ENTERED >> A vehicle in the 7700 block of Woodlawn Avenue was reported at 11:05 a. m. May 8 to have been entered and ransacked, but nothing appeared to be missing, police said. THEFTS FROM VEHICLES >> A phone charger and two cases of beer were taken from an unlocked vehicle in the 300 block of Highland Road overnight May 11, police said. VEHICLE ENTERED >> An unlocked vehicle in the 7600 block of Mountain Avenue was entered overnight May 10, police said. An unlocked vehicle parked in the driveway of the home was entered and loose change taken from it, and a remote garage door opener in the vehicle was used to enter the garage, police said. WARRANT >> William Burns, 27, of the 4400 block of Strahle Street, Philadelphia, was taken into custody at 1:45 p. m. May 9 in the 400 block of West Cheltenham Avenue on an outstanding warrant from Bucks County for felony retail theft, police said. THEFTS FROM VEHICLES >> A wallet with credit cards was taken from an unlocked vehicle in the 100 block of Andrea Road overnight May 7 and the cards were used around 2 a. m. May 8 in Philadelphia, police said. VEHICLE THEFT >> A 2013 black Cadillac SRX, PA license KCL0841, was reported stolen from the driveway of a home in the unit block of Old Cedarbrook Road at 6:19 p. m. May 9, police said. Source: www.montgomerynews.com
Ratings and Review: 2017 Cadillac XT5 is an evolution, not a revolution. - New York Daily News
The result is an EPA combined rating of 21 mpg for all-wheel-drive models. Potholes and road blemishes are no problem for this new chassis, and the XT5 eats up highway miles with ease as a result. There’s also an optional storage management system that works as a sort of fence, and can be moved in various directions to keep your things from sliding all over the rear. The XT5 also offers navigation with traffic assist and satellite radio, not to mention Apple CarPlay and Android Auto if you don’t feel like using the manufacturer’s system. This is likely an anomaly among XT5 models, but it’s not an ideal scenario to have to go without an infotainment system altogether for long periods of time. Over the course of one (admittedly very hot) week with the XT5, the CUE infotainment system malfunctioned regularly, booting up and shutting down every minute or two until it would cease to function altogether, even after turning the car off and... It’s not the most nimble crossover, but the steering is nicely weighted, and easy to turn with just one hand, if you want (though we recommend you keep your hands at 9 and 3 at all times). That’s a whole lot of safety tech for a mid-tier luxury crossover – one that may prove to win over luxury-conscious buyers. The climate controls are separated from the rest and usable with easy toggle switches and flush black buttons, but the volume control remains an infuriating slider that could have been better solved with just a few knobs. What’s wrong with a traditional shifter, Cadillac. In the back, legroom and headroom are improved dramatically from the SRX thanks to the ability to recline and slide the rear seats. When it premiered at the Los Angeles Auto Show last fall, Cadillac’s latest crossover was a bit of a polarizing design. I wish Cadillac had applied the same amount of cushioning to both parts of the seat, but it’s certainly not uncomfortable. Comfort: 8. 0 Rating Front seat comfort is adequate, with the seat bottoms providing tons of cushion and support, but the back and headrest can be board-stiff during extended drives. Thankfully, the seats are adjustable in myriad ways, and the high driving position offers excellent visibility and gives you that priceless feel of control while driving. If Cadillac’s designers had applied the same level of practicality to the rest of the interior, it would be among the best. Ride and Handling: 8. 3 Rating One major highlight of the XT5 is just how comfortable it is to drive, despite riding on large 20-inch wheels. Cadillac claims that everything that looks cut-and-sewn is, in fact, cut-and-sewn, and there’s more leather in here than you might expect from an American car. The grille is a big improvement as well, giving width to a vehicle that is much taller than you’d think, and the new, wreathless Cadillac logo is one of the best iterations in the brand’s history, in my opinion. My XT5 Premium Luxury was equipped with a rear-vision camera, blind spot alert, lane-keep assist, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, a following distance indicator and front automatic braking at low speeds. It seems that with the XT5, Cadillac is content to leave the sports SUV stigma to the Germans, and has focused instead on a smooth steering rack. The toothy front end with full-height LED running lights and an angular design made for one of the more striking debuts at the time, but when you see the XT5 in person, it’s unmistakably an SRX successor. In normal “Tour” mode, the XT5 operates in mostly front-wheel-drive, applying power to the rear wheels if slippage occurs, and as a result, I found that torque steer was prominent when stomping on the throttle and turning immediately. In many other luxury SUVs, cabin storage space falls by the wayside in favor of high design, so it’s refreshing to see Cadillac pay attention to utility while still executing a classy interior. Another drawback of forgoing a turbocharger is fuel economy, though Cadillac is able to salvage some back with the addition of an 8-speed automatic transmission and cylinder deactivation on the highway that lets the XT5 run as a four cylinder. A major highlight of the XT5’s controls, however, is the steering wheel, which features clean and easy plastic buttons that control volume, phone, cruise control, driving assists, and more in a logical format. Cadillac has managed to craft one of the best-looking cabins in the industry, with just the right amount of old-school cool (glossy wood trim) and new-age class (mirror-like screens and buttons) to appeal to almost everyone. Power and Performance: 7. 6 Rating The XT5 utilizes a re-vamped version of Cadillac’s stalwart 3. 6-liter V6, eschewing turbocharged four cylinder engines in favor of a more old-school approach. Controls: 8. 0 Rating Thankfully, the CT6 and XT5 have done away with the massive slab of piano black and chrome that acted as the center stack for recent Cadillacs, but some capacitive touch buttons remain, and they’re still not ideal. 0 Rating While the XT5 is not yet rated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), it does offer an impressive suite of active safety features on the upper trim levels. The XT5 rides on an all-new platform that is front-wheel-drive biased, though all-wheel-drive is available on the Luxury trim and above. Technology: 7. 0 Rating In terms of standard and optional technology, Cadillac is pushing the envelope with the XT5, but what’s less impressive is how it all works – or rather, often fails to work – together. Utility: 8. 0 Rating The 2017 XT5 manages 30 cubic feet of cargo space, which is only an improvement of 0. 2 cubic feet over the outgoing SRX and middle-of-the-road among competitors. Our Recommendation: Overall, Cadillac has managed to create a crossover that will sweep buyers of the old SRX off their feet, but as far as stealing sales from the Germans, the XT5 has a long way to go. It’s an excellent implementation of some of... Source: www.nydailynews.com
2 children, their grandmother killed in Blount County head-on crash with 16-year-old driver05/25/17 ,via AL.com
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Cheltenham Township police briefs: Week of May 2105/21/17 ,via Montgomery Newspapers
RETAIL THEFT >> A black male, 6 feet tall, wearing black pants, a black, hooded sweatshirt and white sneakers removed numerous phones from their security devices at AT&T, 1000 S. Easton Road, at 7:44 p.m. May 8 and fled, police said. ASSAULT >> Taurean
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A Heap of Texas TroubleSourcebooks, Inc.. 2016. ISBN: 9781492638780,1492638781. 352 pages.
(Originally published as The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off.) One woman's quest for chili perfection Carlene Lovell is going to hit her no-good, deadbeat, cheatin' ass, soon-to-be ex-husband where it hurts: at the annual chili cook-off, which he's won for 10 years in a row. To win, though, she'll need more than a little help... Is another man's second chance at love Police Chief Jack Landry has been smitten with Carlene forever. Now that she needs some help keeping the peace (and getting revenge),...
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