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Officer saves man from flaming bed
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A Kansas Crty. Kan., police sergeant saved a driver's life overnight when he
stopped a car dragging a mattress on fire down Seventh Street.
About 3:30 a.m.. the officer said he saw a station wagon dragging a
mattress engulfed in flames. He used the squad car's loud speaker to try
to get the driver's attention, but the driver didn't initially stop.
The car finally stopped near North Seventh Street and Stewart Avenue, just before
the car burst into flames.
Police said the fire started after the car drove over a mattress, which got caught
on the underside of the car. The springs inside the mattress started sparking from
friction with the pavement sparking a massive engine fire.
NOTED A police officer wen: to the home of a
Washington mar. who had filed a complaint about
a neighbor s cat and smelled marijuana.
A drug task force returned with a search
warrant last weekend and found 84 plants in
a raid on the mans home.
Police Chief Came Green said the man has
now learned to be careful what he complains
Exhibit reception There will be a
special reception for the 'Through
a Global Lens' photography exhibit
that showcases students' photo
graphs from their public health
experiences abroad The reception
will include food from Tandoor
Restaurant and an Internationa craft
Tune 5 p.m to 7 p.m
Location Michael Hooke' Atrium
Political rally There will be a rally
including singer Lee Greenwood to
support Fred Smith, who is running
Time: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location Ramada Inn ana
Convention Cente' Burlington
Film screening Tne film 'De Nad*'
wil De shown in conjunction witr
a presentation by Lupe Huitron on
conditions for migrant farm labor
ers as part of National Farmworne'
Awareness Week Call Sam
Wurzeimann at 923-3048 for more
Time: 7:30 p.m
Location Student Union Auditorium
QUOTED ‘The custom here is for dead
people to be dressed in suits, in nice clothes
that look presentable. This guy was in everyday
clothes that were wrinkled and dirty '
A Madrid. Spain, police official after dis
covering a burglar inside a funeral home lying
on a table in a glassed-in chamber used for
viewings of deceased people dunng wakes.
The pari or said there is no cash kept on site.
Music and film discussion
Songwriter ana musician T Bone
Burnett, the Grammy Award-winning
producer/composer of '0 Brothe'
Where Art Thou,' will give a talk
about the music business Following
this discussion, the Oscar-wtnmng
screenwriter of 'Thelma and Louise,’
Cailie Khoun. will spear about the
film industry The event is free and
open to the public
Time 11 a.m to 1 p.m
Location 'Peasants Family Assembly
Room, Wilson Library
Pig pickin' Pi Beta Phi and Sigma
Alpha Epsilon will be having a pig
pickin' to support First Book Come
enjoy the food and listen to music
by Captain Morgan and the Clam
Summers Tickets are S7 in advance
and SE at the event Contact Pi
Beta Phi or Sigma Aipha Epsilon for
Time 1 p.m to fc p.m
Location Fraternity Court
Open mic night: Join ESTEEM
for a ladies' open mic mght that
will feature spoken word, poetry,
song ana dance. Performances from
campus groups and the community
will pay tnbute to women Everyone
can come, refreshments will be
se r ved and admission is S2 Contact
:aiyssaOeman.unc.edu for more
Time T p.m. to 9 p.m.
Location Campus V Parior
Charity ball The School of Public
Health and the School of Social
Work are hosting their fourth annual
Chanty Bali All students of the
schools are invited and may bring
guests Tickets are available before
the dance in the Atrium for S7 and
at The door for SI 0.
Time 8 p.m
Location Michael Hooker Researcr
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The North Carolina softball team split its doubleheader
with East Carolina, taking the first game 3-2 before
dropping the tail end to the Pirates 3-1 Wednesday at
Anderson Stadium. The Tar Heels are 33-7-1 on the season.
Visit www.dailvtarheel.com for story
■ A Greensboro man was
arrested at 3:09 a.m. Tuesday at
200 Brookstone Drive for drunk
driving, according to Chapel Hill
Eric Meade-Alien Cannon.
27, faces misdemeanor charges
of driving while under the influ
ence and driving without a driv
er's license, according to police
He refused the Intoxilyzer and
was released on written promise
to appear in court May 13, reports
■ A Hwy. 54 Bypass apart
ment was broken into through
an unlocked sliding glass door at
12:55 p.m. Monday, according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
A Time Warner router, valued
at SSO. and a Linksys modem, also
valued at SSO. were reported sto
len from the apartment according
■ A bike was reported stolen
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from a back porch on Lindsay
Street at 5:35 p.m. Monday,
according to Chapel Hill police
The Trek 3500 bike is valued at
$350. according to reports.
■ Breaking and entering and
larceny from a vehicle were report
ed after someone punched out a
vehicle's locks and then stole stereo
equipment at 8:12 am. Monday at
an Ephesus Church Road apart
ment parking lot, according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
A total of SB9O in damage to
various vehicle parts was report
ed. Radio and stereo equipment
valued at $620 were also report
ed stolen, according to police
■ An iPod, valued at S4OO,
was reported stolen from a 2004
silver Cadillac CTS at 6:24 p.m.
Monday at 500 Weaver Dairy
Road, according to Chapel Hill