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CHAPEL RIDGE CHAPEL VIEW
Pig fetuses impaled on cars as prank
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Several members of an lowa high schools swim team were suspended after
they impaled fetal pigs on 15 car antennas and smeared crawfish on hoods
and windshields in a rival school’s parking lot.
Roosevelt High School swim coach Steve Teter said members of his team
carried out the pig caper in retaliation for Dowling Catholic High School swimmers
lobbing snowballs at them at an earlier swim meet.
“You could smell the formaldehyde from a block away,” Dowling Assistant Principal
Ron Meyers said.
The pigs likely were stolen from a biology- lab, but pig fetuses aren’t labeled at the
school and no inventory is kept, so science teachers “can’t be sure” of their origin.
NOTED. An obstetrician saved his family of
seven from a fire destroying their home, deliv
ered a baby while the house was still aflame and
then got busted for building violations.
The 37-year-old awoke around 3 a.m. to a
smoke detector. He got his family to safety and
then was paged to deliver an infant about 6 a.m.
Inspectors called to the fire later cited the doc
tor for a discrepancy in plumbing plans.
Ballroom dance lessons:
Attendees will leam the basics of
ballroom dancing as well as two
dances. Lessons are free and no part
ner or experience is necessary.
Time: 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Location: Women's Gym behind
Interest meeting: Alpha Epsilon
Delta will have a spring interest
meeting for anyone who is interested
in joining the club or wants to get
more information. The meeting is
mandatory for anyone who wants to
pledge this spring.
Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: Chapman Hall, Room 201
Diaspora discussion: Derek
Penslar, a Jewish history professor at
the University of Toronto, will discuss
the Jewish diaspora in a program
titled "Israel and the Diaspora:
Convergence or Rupture."
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Sonja Haynes Stone
Center Theater and Auditorium
Theatre production: Naomi
Wallace's "The Trestle at Pope Lick
Creek" will host its last performance.
QUOTED. “The F-word isn’t what it used
Pennsylvania attorney*Keith Williams, who
argued against the vulgarity of the expletive after
his client had been charged with disorderly con
duct for writing the word on the memo line of a
check he used to pay a $5 parking ticket.
The man, 45-year-old David Binner. offered a
written apology, and the charges were dropped.
The show is performed by the UNC
Advanced Showcase in association
with New York City's Ground UP
Time: 8:15 p.m.
Location: Bingham Hall
Town Council meeting: The
Chapel Hill Town Council will hold
a business meeting to discuss a
possible extension of the Northern
Area moratorium, among other
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Council Chamber, Town
Networking meeting: The Chapel
Hill Public Library will host a net
working meeting for mothers in
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Downstairs meeting
room, Chapel Hill Public Library
Interest meeting: Engineers
Without Borders will hold an interest
meeting and discuss a joint UNC and
Duke project that addresses inad
equate water supplies in Northern
Tune: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: Michael Hooker Research
Center, Room 001
Incarcerated women program:
Female panelists who have spent
time in jail will examine the chal
lenges facing incarcerated women
and the effects of the criminal justice
system on women inmates.
Time: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location: Sonja Haynes Stone Center,
Hitchcock Multipurpose Room
N.C. Farmworkers discussion:
The January meeting of the League
of Women Voters of Orange-Durham
Chatham will feature Melinda Wiggins,
executive director of Student Action
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: Hargraves Community
Center, 216 N. Roberson St.
To make a calendar submission,
or e-mail Deputy Managing Editor
Rachel Ullrich at dthcalendardgmail.
com. Events will be published in the
newspaper on the day and the day
before they take place and will be
posted online when received.
Submissions must be sent in by
noon the preceding publication date.
■ Someone made off with about
$lO9 worth of Budweiser 12-packs
from a grocery store by “rolling it
out of the business in a cart at a
high rate of speed," according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
The theft took place at 10:15
p.m. Saturday at the Harris Teeter
at 1800 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd., reports state.
■ Gordon Joseph Keil. 39, of
Hillsborough, was arrested at 5 a.m.
Saturday at 1312 Fordham Blvd. on
more than 120 felony drug charges,
according to Chapel Hill police
Keil was arrested on one count
each of maintaining a home for
drug use. possession with intent to
sell or distribute marijuana, pos
session of cocaine, possession of a
schedule IV controlled substance
and possession of marijuana, all
felonies, reports state.
He was charged with 118 felony
counts of possession with intent
to sell or distribute a schedule IV
controlled substance and two mis
demeanors for possession of drug
paraphernalia, according to reports.
Keil had 88 grams of marijuana,
8 grams of non-' crack" cocaine. 118
doses of one depressant and one dose
of another depressant reports state.
Keil is being held in Orange
Counts- Jail in lieu of $50,000 bond
Expert tips: Know your buses
From attempting to find a place to stay after a night out
on Franklin Street to trying to get to Southpoint, it’s
important to know the transportation options on cam
pus. Although it’s easy to become bogged down by the various
bussing options around Chapel Hill, to know where to go to
find the routes can be a helpful tool.
■ Ride Safe: The Safe Ride
operates from 11 p.m. to 2:30
a.m. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. It has four routes, the
TANARUS, J. V and G. Students can go
and click on “Bus Routes” to
find which one to catch.
■ Use noncampus buses:
For $2 a ride, Triangle Transit
Authority buses are available
during the week every hour and
a half at various bus stops on
campus. Check out ridetta.org
to find out where to catch a ride.
■ Ride to the mall: TTA
buses have a loop that takes
students from campus to
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is set to appear in District Court in
Hillsborough today, reports state.
■ T\vo people were arrested after
Chapel Hill police executed a search
warrant at 1018 Louis Armstrong
Court at 5 am. Friday, according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
Isaac Chezare Yarborough, 23, of
Asheboro. is in Orange County Jail
in lieu of $600,000 bond, accord
ing to reports.
Yarborough is a felony fugitive
from Tennessee, which accounts
for $500,000 of the bond, accord
ing to reports.
The remaining SIOO,OOO stems
from felony charges of maintaining
a dwelling for drug use. possession
of a schedule I controlled substance,
manufacturing a schedule I con
trolled substance, possession with
intent to sell or distribute a schedule
I controlled substance and posses
sion with intent to sell or distribute
marijuana and misdemeanor charg
es for marijuana and paraphernalia
possession, reports state.
Yarborough was found with 22
doses of Ecstasy and 23.1 grams
of marijuana and is set to appear
today in court of first appearance in
Hillsborough, along with Meleasha
Micole Holt, 24, who is charged
with maintaining a house for drug
use and was released on $1,500
unsecured bail, reports state.
Southpoint mall during the
■ Take the P2P: The point
to-point buses operate seven
days a week from 7 p.m. to
3 a_m. Buses arrive at stops
every 15 minutes, but students
can also dial 962-PTOP and
request a ride or find out when
the next bus will arrive at any
■ Take the next bus:
Students can use ne7ctbus.com,
which operates with Chapel
Hill TYansit. It has live updates
of when the buses will arrive as
well as a live map of all Chapel
Hill Transit routes.
Compiled by Seth Wright