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July 20, 2000     The Tuskegee News
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Page A-7, The Tuskegee News, July 20, 2000 is a summary of activities by the Tuskegee for July 7-13, 2000. 7 a.m.--Property damage on Brothers Drive. a.m.--Derrick Love was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and harassment. p.m.--Burglary and theft of property on Street. p.m.--Criminal trespass on Nixon Street. P.m.--Burglary and theft of property on Street. p.m.--Lost property on Water Street. p.m.--Thet~ of property on South Main Street. p.m.--Burglary on Drakeford Avenue. • m.--Assault on White Street. P.m.--Down power line on White Street. a.m.--Criminal trespass on Williams Street. a.m.--Theft of property on West Lee Street. a.m.--Theft of property on Gautier Street. P.m.--Christopher C. Caldwell was arrested on writ for disorderly conduct. July 9 • 12:25 a.m.--Domestic violence/assault on Hanna ' Street. • 1:20 a.m.--Jeffery C. Gillis was arrested on charge of menacing. • 9:30 a.m.--Theft of property at Marable Court. • 2:50 p.m.--Theft of property on South Elm Street. • 5:11 p.m.--Vehicle damage on Southmont Drive. • 5:15 p.m.--Criminal mischief on Thomas Street. July 10 • 3:34 a.m.--Harassment on Benner Avenue. • 4:35 a.m.--Harassment on Cole Street. • 7:25 a.m.--Diane Cox was arrested on charge of harassment. • 8:53 a.m.--Theft of property on Benner Avenue. • 1:20 p.m.--Civil matter on Highway 80 East. • 1:58 p.m.--Harassment on Ashdale Road. • 3:23 p.m.--Drug overdose on Crawford Street. • 4:25 p.m.--Harassment on Chappelle Drive. • 5:15 p.m.--Criminal mischief on Pruitt Street. July 11 • 12:32 p.m.--Theft of property on Gautier Street. • 1:10 p.m.--Johnny Crayton was arrested on charge of drix, mg while license suspended. • 2 p.m.--Harassment on South School Street. July 12 • 12 midnight--Theft of preperty on Old Montgomery Road. • 1:45 a.m.--Harassment at A&E Trailer Park. • 2:30 a.m.--Burglary on North Oak Street. • i0 a.m.--Criminal mischief on Martin Luther King Highway. • 12 noon--Margie Hall was arrested on charge of reckless endangerment. • 12:25 p.m.--Theft of service on Old Montgomery •Road. • 12:30 p.m.--Criminal mischief on Benner Road. • 2:15 p.m.--Kenneth Harris was arrested on charges of driving while license suspended and criminal tres- pass. • 3:05 p.m.--Disorderly conduct on West Lee Street. • 3:45 p.m.--Harold Martin was arrested on charges of public intoxication and DUI. • 7:40 p.m.--Harassment at Tuskegee Y.M.C.A. • 10 p.m.--Eric Adams was arrested on charge of harassment. July 13 • 7:05 a.m.--Harassment on West Lee Street. • 7:35 a.m.--Michelle Alexander was arrested on charge of having no driver's license. • 7:55 a.m.--Vehicle damage on Highway 80/Stevens Street. • 8 a.m.--Theft of property on Railroad Avenue. • 11:20 a.m.--Jerome Ligon was arrested on writ charging possession of marijuana. • 2:07 p.m.-Criminal mischief on Clark Avenue. • 5:40 p.m.--Property damage on Washington Avenue. • 6 p.m.--Eddie Oliver was arrested on charges of improper tag and disorderly conduct. • 6 p.m.--Meshack Tarver was arrested on charge of no driver's license. ETHER LIKE FAMILY The Johnson Family ding Irom left to right, Tommie L. Johnson. Candidate. C. Andrette B. Johnson, wife, larrhad C. Johnson. son, Jhamal D. son. Seated from left to right, Mrs. Bertha Johnson Brown, mother of the candidate, and Dr. Clement A. Bronson. father- of the candidate. leader can be effective without being accountable to the people he serves. We can bring our together like "Family" if our leader keeps "Service and Fairness to all Citizens" as the primary Js. We must listen to all citizens and ensure that all neighborhoods have a voice in our city Just like in my own family, we will share ideas and make decisions based on what is for all the citizens of Tuskegee." VOTE Tommie L. Johnson Mayor City of Tuskegee- August 22nd Paid Political Ad by Tomrnl’ t. Johnson, 213 S. Church St.. Tuske~-’. At 36083 Legal Notice Legal Notice If You Have or Had a Life Insurance Policy of $2000 or Less, a Burial Policy, a Health Policy, or a Similar Type of Insurance Policy From: Equitable Life Gulf Life Home Beneficial Life Home States Life Independent Life Interstate Life Knight's Life Life and Casualty Insurance Co. 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