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comets have smart start - page 6 amherst news cityr taylor says brunkhorst paid $607,378 to avoid years-long legal match v by jason hawk news-times reporter for some jackson street residents, it's a huge personal victory after rf battle. "we're going get bridge," chirped bobbie miller on monday learning there will be no prolonged trial against the engineers and builders who allegedly mishandled construction of bridge more than four years ago. city leaders signed off "you're always disappointed with bottom dollar figure. you'd like more, " said council president john dietrich. fees already surpassing $58,000, building costs jumping as much percent year, clear-cut court horizon, all psychological baggage, mayor david he was willing cut his losses take settlement offer negotiated mediation between lawyer dennis o'toolc brunkhorst's insurance company. "we felt this sound business decision," said, though hardly received $2 million it looking recover through litigation. tins process continued shootings, stabbings, drugs are too common in lorain. what does increased crime mean amherst's future? casual concern about vio lent coming from lorain is quickly turning alarm wake year's sixth homicide last week. wednesday night, 15-year-old samarrie soler shot head stray bul let she sat watching televi sion her e. 30th living room. fourth killing 2005 "dirty 30," area south lorain, where res drug dealers gang sudden escalation shootings stabbings their many ties trade shaking up local police, feel they losing battle keep dan gerous elements seeping into amherst, police chief lonnie dillon. felony crimes boomed past 18 months, made mantra "make so inhospitable criminals that don't even want come here," captain seger told previous interviews. now dillon feels despite best efforts two busted big marijuana, nana mm michael bartm eache $607378 late friday afternoon engineering port clinton ruined structure, which spans norfolk & southern railroad tracks near nordson depot. "i'm happy, ecstatic," news-times. "i care how money thcygot, just done over with." mounting attorney's simply not anywhere. 2 vastly arrests flooding municipal system arc'slow ly war. winning. we're still we would be," friday, "maybe part reason man power. you proac tive approach, less oppor tunity . , look michml stump neighbor three-year-old cassidy morning. grandparents, ted fytie bridge's mangled mouth. reports illuminates problem: 90 commit well 50 major misdemeanors, confirmed. among prominent prob lems tunneling ot mar ijuana cocaine enm inals attracted smaller force, said. think' problem people who. live here know decent community areas larger depart ments do," "right or wrong, perception better chance getting caught here." arc stretched, too. felonious assaults were 16 2004. 195 recorded rapes jumped 82 'percent. also 24 increase burglaries arsons se.yen homicides (a north, just-two 2002, i .thq .city! o68 ,000 pago 12 two, possible traffickers called "relative small fries game" large amounts cocaine, sus pected heroin at motel week since pleaded guilty to, an extensive list charges. 1 officers kurt otfilstrom jacob perez .were north leavitt road inn wednesday, aug, 24, around a.m,, front desk atten dant complained number entering exiting room 154. registered occupant, barber. 25, biggs grafton t, answered (-airl helped run fair peers closed-off entrance bobbi miuaivrgfftt 383 adrian llndsey lindsey charged robbery 19-ycur-old accused shooting home 15'year-old girl watched television has history' violence too, say. lindsey, herbert drive prime suspect, march 26 armed motel-6 road, according reports, .,tf.m. morning, balogh plage 8 halt? stash "everywhere looked;, yyet'just kept gn finding drjigb ftfaid arresting officer oehlstrom, door. few minutes, calling himself robert t. bryan staggered out restroom flushed redifuce' bags under eyes, polios report, oehlstrom described him being "extremely hyperactive" appeared influence drugs. while talking io tim menl.j street, directly next christina low, lynne cheravitch, erica bentley, sara gossos share quiet study hall first day back steele high school wednesday. nervous time, seniors admit kids five days ofchool time logged, but 9:45 a.trl. one ago senior ericft bentley quietly dreading class. usually pretty good math, i'm worried calculus," confided suffering anxieties during first-period hall. "it sounds scary." friends gosses, low enduring same'long, hard wait wound slow start. j-.".--. later identified 26-year-old of.woqdward avenue could sit continually twitched, oehutrom said.' ' polica checked (or other tenants discovered u amount green leafy sub stance b? mari juana floating inside u) toilet. moment's silence, pad f o r h c ru n x m ti ie 4 w ro tn s3 d voice anger everyone thrilled prospect having new improved bridge, especially lives its shadow. hoping leave alone put walkway kids," sislow, 390 ill-fated bridge. lived house 38 years, attorney help stop reconstruction, morning had been reached lawyers engineering. recovering cancer survivor, fight way terrified impact property value. sec waste terrible my house," "it's fair." when replaccd.a sevcn-foot-tall retaining wall dominate view stressful yet, schol arships college applica tions," gosses girls gpas ranging 3.5 3.9 wrestling jitters sort poten tial post-graduation destina tions. right now, juggling uncertain futures, ohio state, bowling green, wesleyan, baldwin-wallace, university cincinnati, university, central florida plate them. they're trying desperate surmount financial moun tains wallets emptied barber claimed suspect ed his, reports. further search revealed moro suspected ashtray toilet's tank. total roughly 40 ginms marijuana recovered scene, use, cons say found clear plastic bag room's garbage can, and'a white powdery substance (about grams cocaine) location spoon pair shorts. behind ,tte toilet, perei 21 cm pg j ....... t
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-08-31|
|Date of Original||2005-08-31|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-08-31|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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