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Arcadia Police Blotters

For the period of Sunday, September 13, through Saturday, September 19, the Police Department responded to 1,041 calls for service of which 127 required formal investigations. The following is a summary report of the major incidents handled by the Department during this period.

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We Need to Dump Our Owner Financed Note!

If you see tornado clouds forming on the horizon, chances are you’re going to grab a flashlight and a box of crackers, (and some wine and cheese to go with) and head for the cellar.  That is, unless you’re like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, who peddles along absolutely clueless, but with a nice…

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The Art Of Hanging…Art

Hanging art is the final touch, the last piece of a puzzle to making a room beautiful. And it is, well, an art form. It can also be the most difficult and frustrating part of decorating. But with a few simple pointers, and lots of daring creativity, you can feel confident to pick up that…

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Indecent Exposure

“Get your clothes on, Ethel!”  I’m wanting to say that line came from a song inspired by the streaking culture in the ’70s. I’m sure many people were offended by the 500 nude participants at the University of Maryland in 1973 that started the whole phenomenon, and the rash of streaking incidents that followed. In…

Crime

Arcadia Police Blotters

For the period of Sunday, September 6, through Saturday, September 12, the Police Department responded to 902 calls for service of which 143 required formal investigations. The following is a summary report of the major incidents handled by the Department during this period.

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Collecting Shells before a Tsunami

I’ve never witnessed a tsunami first hand, but I’ve been told that before the devastating wall of water devours everything in its path, like a hungry sea beast charging in for a glorious feast, there are a few moments in time that seem quite magical to the innocent and unsuspecting. The water line temporarily recedes,…

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Collecting Shells before a Tsunami

I’ve never witnessed a tsunami first hand, but I’ve been told that before the devastating wall of water devours everything in its path, like a hungry sea beast charging in for a glorious feast, there are a few moments in time that seem quite magical to the innocent and unsuspecting. The water line temporarily recedes,…

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With Summer Behind Us, Time To Get Organized

Summer is over, the kids are back in school, and life seems to have suddenly gone into overdrive as calendars quickly fill up with the kids’ activities and fall events. A house that was once efficient and organized in the lull of the summer months can at once become cluttered and disorganized. It’s not an…

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With Summer Behind Us, Time To Get Organized

Summer is over, the kids are back in school, and life seems to have suddenly gone into overdrive as calendars quickly fill up with the kids’ activities and fall events. A house that was once efficient and organized in the lull of the summer months can at once become cluttered and disorganized. It’s not an…

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Arcadia’s First Avenue Citibank Robbed

Citibank in Arcadia was robbed Tuesday of approximately $7000.00 The robbery took place at around 11 a.m. when two suspects demanded cash via a handwritten note. Arcadia police reported the suspects as two black male adults who were wearing hooded sweats at the time of the robbery. No other information was immediately available. Check arcadiaweely.com…

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