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Eugene police said a 33-year-old man exposed himself in front of a classroom full of students Tuesday morning.More >>
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A 92-year-old minister is suing the city of Salisbury, saying unreasonable force was used when a police officer tackled him and broke two bones.More >>
police are asking residents to keep their eyes open and doors locked as they
work to solve a series of recent break-ins across the city.
have been over 20 home break-ins reported over the past few days, and police
say the thieves are after anything that can make them quick cash: jewelry,
electronics, even air conditioning units.
take them to a recycling center and get paid for them," said Detective Gerken
of the Toledo Police Department (TPD). "So it's fast, I wouldn't say easy."
said the thieves have also been snatching smaller items like TVs, hand guns,
jewelry, and video game systems. They can sell the items easily to friends or
Smith, however, said the thieves should stay out of her neighborhood and work
hard for what they want instead.
trying to have a safe place to stay, and you know, us neighbors around here, we
kinda look out for each other," Smith said. "We just don't like the stuff that
goes on with the stealing, and the break-ins."