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cops make drug bust - paqp liti lnfttl 1 amher news-tim 5 x c o r; m p w ro the hu he fights beast page st ik! when he's pedaling, competition doesn't even stand just half a chance by jason hawk news-times reporter it's not joey sosinski's fault that biggest and strongest. but eight-year-old jugger naut couldn't be happier after flexing his muscle winning against contenders at back-to-back tractor pedal-pulls. "i achieved my goal," said 140-pound powers elementary school student, who won first place both lorain county fair milan mellon festival "it made me happy." sosinski there was no training, weight lifting, strategy involved in dual wins, simple brutal task of pitting leg muscles 40 other contenders. "it's like riding bike," said. "the difference is comes up behind you." perched atop thrce-foot-long miniature tractor, contest ants pulled skid-like wagons with six-foot frames, weighted rear. wagon's front, metal plate created ground drag increases every added pound tugged 68 pounds nearly body to win top prize seven cat egory. fair's 20-foot course, managed pull octagon fighter zapped new tasers get use professional ' became intoxicated aggres sive downed amherst police last week officers used low-voltage tascr gun subdue htm. on sunday, sept. 5, before a.m., patrolmen michael taliano devin small, assisted auxiliary offi cer charles ingersoll, responded south lake street residence remove unwanted male. homeowners warned larry flynn, 4860 hollyvicw dr., vermilion, fighting very confrontational, according report filed later day. arrival, saw 36-ycar-old originally australia, front porch residence, beating lotto tax odds still lottery winnings will taxed arc four three, unless minority city council members can last-minute coup wooing rogue vote. under city's elected representatives locked opposition proposal, which resurfaced as resumed regular meetings follow ing an 1-week summer absence. at-largc joseph gambish nick brusky, support from ward one representa tive terry traster, have consistent ly pitted themselves pro poncnts legislation would ticat taxable income. trio failed kill item 3-4 vote 7 finance committee meeting, remaining ed cowger, mark costilow, jennifer wasilk, william vanderwydcn successfully entire distance, mak cut into three-way off. weight, door yelling "at lungs," report. small approached flynn via sidewalk while ingersoll rounded cloned un him behind. time, allegedly threat ened him, using profanity, their tasers, striking suspect twice. initially stunned, yet able break free taser probes con tinue aggressive behavior, sustained jast continued 12 revived ; favor it pushed die issue floor witli 4-3 decision. costilow reported fruitless discussions legal advi sors revealed amherst's govern ment claim nings deduction its forms. commission spokes person also told precedents exist $600 or more, least 300 times more than wagered, treasurer kathleen litkovitz january proposed taxing lot tery money euclid capitalize resident rebecca jcmison's $162 million mcgamillions jackpot. officials cash-strapped had insufficient laws n books cash $ l4 windfall winnings. , called her proposal "closing loophole" code, cited example 2 straincd-tu fall inch short completing second length, njnncr-up missed 3 that's story (she's sticking it) kids love time public library spring street. sessions begin oct. 4, two options offered: toddler timo (registration required) for two- three-year-olds accom panying adult. this program 13 designed child adult attend together. registration started monday ends 25. are available: 1:15 p.m., wednesday 10;15 11:15 a.m. thursday 6:30 p.m. parents notified phone 27. friends family storytimes (no pre-reglstratlon forfamilles rnore, find convenient way participate fa, storytfme. ses sions mondays, beginning get, .11:15 a.mt. tuesdays, begfnning register day attended. break-in fails aft tipster alerts burglars bungled early morning thursday, pulling down swarm heads they tried gam entrance wyvilps marathon gas station cleveland avenue. approximately informed sus picious males were attempt enter building downtown district's five points intersection. because robbery timed night shift cers going off duty day-shift arriv north station, full compliment descended scene. detail captain dennis scgcr, sgt. cawthon, dan makruski, devon troy donaldson, mike roscbcck, harold white. scgcr discovered skateboard smash through window, causing $86 damages. checked building's interior, found 19-ycar-oltl luke berncr 13385ftnfford road, obcrlin, hiding register, sitting bthmw rittpmfe?ra! vmi ym berner crouched hands fold head face. immediately ordered turn around. taken cus tody without incident charged felony count breaking ing. attempted take cigarettes station. tie theft didn't successful getaway. witness alerted seeing another male walking dark colored bicycle away wyvill's marathon, heading cast toward lincoln mathew hlner following tip, tracked 19-year-old matt miner 148 axtcl street, amherst, where arrested com plicity. hincr has previous viction underage sumption alcohol. men jail bonds $3,500 each. only posted bail. entered plea guilty answer plicity charge pretrial hearing obcrlin municipal court friday. slated appear 8:30 morning. admits: fun i nervous security doors closed me. all, i'm good whitc collar citizen who's never think about being bars. fact bars some impenetrable steel comfort lt. kucirck ushered hold-, cell wednesday. clean enough eat back there," detective jasinski joked minutes earlier, trust me, recent state award won, hilton. hand-shaped stains cinder-block walls fin gerprint ink, bare rooms furnished fire- eroof mattresses narrow uilt-in concrete bends, stainless toilets sinks. detoxification luxury others do padded material slightly softer concrete. "we're too interested in. keeping pretty crimi nals," segcr. "there's reason end our jail, sight-seeing tour." keep facility professional. kucirek been years, tills earned honors ohio inspectors. earlier month, department rehabilitation correction gave 100 percent rating based a' june 22 inspection. bureau detention inspector joel commins jails area. till inn oraili" mnrlrc nnnttin,. year zero violations in- . long joined force 1988, may work harder ensure record
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-09-15|
|Date of Original||2004-09-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-09-15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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