On the Clock2/13/2013
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THAT’S A KICK IN THE SHINS
Police were transporting a man to Broadlawns Medical Center around 3 p.m. on Feb. 3 to be treated for mental health issues. While being processed, the man began yelling at the officers. He jumped from his wheel chair and landed on the floor and started flopping around. Officers ordered him to get up off the floor, but he refused. They tried to pick him up and he started kicking them in the shins.
MUST’VE BEEN EXPENSIVE TAPE
Police were called to Menards, 6000 S.E. 14th St. on a theft report just after 4 p.m. on Feb. 4. A 17-year-old male had stuffed a roll of frog tape down the front of his pants and went to the cash register to purchase other items but not the tape. He then headed toward the door where he was met by security. He shoved the employee and ran out of the store. But he was then detained by another employee.
ROBBED BY A 4TH-GRADER?
The victim arrived home from work at 5:45 p.m. on Feb. 4 to find his home had been broken into. The front door was unlocked but shut. There were many items missing including a checkbook, World Series of Poker ring, laser pen cat toy (which had been given as a gift), an older Blackberry and about $10 in change. Other items stolen from the other rooms include a Cardinal baseball player bobble head and a backgammon board game. CV