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Subject:Re: Arthur Comings & the Police Beat From:"Lori A. Moreland" <lamorela -at- CLE -dot- AB -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 28 Jul 1994 09:31:05 -0400
I live in a suburb of Cleveland (not as bad as it sounds; they're finishing
framing on the rock -n- roll hall of fame today). North Royalton (where I live)
hardly seems like it's a part of Cuyahoga County (of which Cleveland is the
county seat). It's lush, green and lovely. Ohio seems to reach its peak in
But enough about that. You mentioned the police beat, which cracks me up,
because I always read it in the bi-weekly rag, the *Royalton Recorder*. The
Recorder picks up stuff the Plain Dealer would never carry-- eggs at buildings,
teenagers at the mall, whatever.
My husband & I have been following for months the tale of the recalcitrant
shoppers at Food-4-Less. Seems they're always getting busted for stealing
breath mints & aspirin.
lori Moreland -at- cle -dot- ab -dot- com