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Officers responded to a fire alarm just before 9 p.m. on Feb. 20 to the 500 block of Fifth Avenue. Inside the apartment, they found a deceased man sitting in a recliner in the living room. The chair that appeared to have been burned. The apartment had been partially burned and had water damage but didn’t appear to be in disorder.




The victim received a text from his mom at 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 20 telling him that his PS3 and four games were missing from where they had been left on his couch. He told police that the front door was always left unlocked because the door jamb was broken and that his roommate has friends come over frequently, one of whom is a drug user who could have come back and taken it.



Police responded to an accident at the intersection of Indianola Avenue and Hartford around 2:30 a.m. on Feb. 19. One of the drivers appeared to be asleep as they approached the car. When the police officers told him to turn the car off he did. Then he jumped in the back seat hysterical and screaming. The officers told him to get out of the car. He jumped back into the front seat, turned the engine back on and began to rev it. He then put the van into gear, and it lurched forward a foot or two. An officer broke the passenger side window, put the van into park, turned it off and grabbed the keys. Orville continued to scream hysterically. Officers pulled him from the van and put him on the ground. He fought them while they handcuffed him. He continued to kick at the officers and scream while handcuffed on the ground. He was arrested for interference with official acts and assault on a police officer. CV

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