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Exercise class: The Cornucopia
House Cancer Support Center will
I present qigong class.
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: Cornucopia House Cancer
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Tutoring opportunity: The Elliot
Woods Tutoring Program will drive
a group of students to the Church
of Reconciliation to tutor area
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: Presbyterian Campus
Ministry building, 110 Henderson St.
Book Club: The Contemporary
Fiction Club will talk about ‘Suite
Francaise," Irene Nemirovsky s novel
from the 19405.
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Cartboro Cybrary
School update: The Orange
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Central and Hillsborough elemen
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FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Police have arrested a Rutherfordton, N.C.,
man who told supermarket workers for four
months that he was a sheriff s deputy.
Aaron Melton tipped off Ingles and Bi-Lo
employees when he couldn’t provide information about
his supposed squad that he should have known.
“Melton said that he did not know' it was a crime and
that he thought it sounded better than telling the ladies
that he was a plumber,” a police press release stated.
NOTED. A Swedish uni
versity received $590,000
to research the quantity- and
potency of greenhouse gases
released when cows burp.
Cattle release methane, a
gas scientists believe contrib
utes to global wanning, when
they digest their food.
Cows in the study will have
different diets and wear a collar
to measure the methane.
■ Police responded to an inci
dent of assault with a deadly weap
on at 173 E. Franklin St. at 2:27
a.m. Sunday, according to Chapel
Hill Police reports.
A Wilmington man was struck
with a pocket knife on his chin,
Reports state that Austin Hunter
Thomas, a 21-year-old Concord
resident, was found armed with a
knife and was arrested for assault
with a deadly weapon and inflict
ing injury, a misdemeanor charge.
Daniel Zachary Thore, a 23-year
old Concord resident and UNC-
Charlottc student, was arrested
on a felony charge of possession
of schedule II drugs and a misde
meanor charge of possession of an
open container, reports state.
Thomas and Thore were pro
cessed and secured at Orange
County Jail in lieu of SI,OOO bail
each, reports state.
Both are scheduled to appear
in court today in Hillsborough,
■ Police responded to a bomb
threat at the 1800 Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd. Harris Teeter at 2:03
(Ebr Sailii Sar Hrei
QUOTED. ‘She told me that
if she were a single woman, she
would not care if she went to
jail for the rest of her life before
she would give the dog back.'
The attorney for Texas
mayor Grace Saenz-Lopez,
who allegedly faked a neigh
bor’s dog’s death so she could
She renamed the dog to
Panchito from Puddles.
p.m. Saturday, according to Chapel
Hill Police reports.
An unknown suspect called in
the bomb threat reports state.
■ Police responded to an
incident of fighting at 2:23 a.m.
Monday, according to Chapel Hill
Reports state that the subjects
physically fought each other at 223
E. Rosemary St.
■ Police responded to an inci
dent of breaking and entering by
force at 6:15 p.m. Sunday, accord
ing to Chapel Hill Police reports.
A suspect attempted to open
the door using bodily force at an
apartment at 708 Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd., causing damage to
the front door estimated at S3OO,
■ An incident of larceny by
shoplifting was reported at 6:45
p.m. Sunday at Whole Foods
Market, according to Chapel Hill
The suspect left the 81 S. Elliot
Road store without paying for
items, reports state.