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Monday, February 10, 2014

Suspect shoots himself in the groin

Associated Press

PORTLAND, Ore. — Police in Portland, Ore., say a man suspected of shooting a neighbor shot himself in the groin while trying to leave the scene of the crime.

Sgt. Pete Simpson tells The Oregonian the 40-year-old man’s wound is “consistent with somebody putting a gun in his pants.”

The initial shooting happened Tuesday night during an apparent robbery attempt a downtown apartment building near Portland State University.

The 32-year-old man who was shot ran to a grocery store for help. He was later taken to the hospital with a leg wound.

Police say that as the suspect left the scene, he accidentally shot himself in the testicles.

The alleged gunman is being treated for the self-inflicted gunshot wound.

There’s no word from police on any criminal charges.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

$43,000 found in donated clothing

MONROE, Mich.  — Workers going through donated clothing at a Michigan thrift store turned up more than $43,000 in the pockets of suits and a robe.

Goodwill manager Tyler Gedelian tells The Monroe Evening News   that he sometimes finds loose change clothing, but nothing like what happened Wednesday at the Monroe store. Stuffed in envelopes in the pockets were tidy stacks of $100 bills.

The 29-year-old called police, who tracked down the man who donated the clothes. The newspaper reports that person was cleaning out an elderly relative's closet and took the clothes to Goodwill; he didn't know there might be money hidden in them.

Goodwill job coach Laura Pietscher was helping Gedelian sort the clothes at the time of the discovery. Gedelian says his biggest concern was finding the rightful owner.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Trainee masturbated on train, woman says

Associated Press

FAIRFIELD, Conn.   — Metro-North Railroad says an employee has been arrested on a charge of
public indecency following a complaint from a passenger on a train from New York City to

Manny Ramos, an engineer trainee, was arrested by Metro-North police on Tuesday morning
after a female passenger said he was masturbating.

Metro-North spokeswoman Meredith Daniels said the 34-year-old Ramos of Brooklyn, N.Y., fled
the train when it stopped at Fairfield. She says he was apprehended on a nearby street and
identified by the passenger.

It was not immediately known if he is represented by a lawyer. Bridgeport Superior Court
says he was taken into custody by Fairfield police, who did not immediately return a call
seeking information.

Ramos was suspended without pay.

Daniels said the woman was alone and was resting or possibly asleep.