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32 Years of Imprisonment For Robbery From 3 Dollar Stores

32 Years of Imprisonment For Robbery From 3 Dollar Stores

Cleveland robberyCLEVELAND,OHIO—-A Cleveland man was arrested after posting a Facebook photo of himself holding a stack of money and a handgun following a robbery.

 

He will serve a lengthy prison sentence.

 

US Attorney Justin E.Herdman says this defendant is a predator who pointed a loaded gun at the head of someone just trying to do their job and later on posted a photo on social media, Facebook.

 

 

The accused man named Williams Holmes is 22 years old. He was sentenced to 32 years of imprisonment in the federal jail after he was convicted of three armed robberies of the Cleveland-area Dollar Tree stores.

 

The locations for these three stores are revealed.

 

Investigators say Holmes robbed the Dollar Tree stores located at 12900 Miles Road on May 14, 12900 Miles Road on June 4, and 2892 East 116th Street on June 19.

 

According to court documents during the incident of June 4, William Holmes threatened the employee with the handgun pointed to the employee’s head and took approximately $1.500 from the store.

 

He posted the Facebook photo after the robbery.

 

Trevor Velinor, ATF’s Special Agent in Charge said no one should face the threat of violence through their daily lives.

 

New Cleveland Sign Was Installed Along the Cuyahoga River:New Spot for Tourists

New Cleveland Sign Was Installed Along the Cuyahoga River:New Spot for Tourists

Cleveland New Script Sign installedAnother Cleveland script sign has popped up. Visiting Cleveland? Good news for you! You have one more option of a sixth photo.

 

The newest sign is along the Cuyahoga River at the Foundry on Columbus Road. According to Destination Cleveland’s website, the Cleveland script signs were installed ‘’in picturesque locations’’.

 

It will give locals and visitors beautiful signature photos to share with friends and family on social media.

 

“With the continued popularity of the Cleveland script signs, Destination Cleveland and The Foundry collaborated to install a sixth sign this weekend,” Destination Cleveland said in a news release.

 

“Located along the Cuyahoga River at The Foundry, the sign provides both a tangible Cleveland brand experience to visitors and residents alike and another opportunity for iconic images of Cleveland to be shared throughout the world.”

 

The Foundry cooperated with Destination Cleveland to bring the sign to another spot in the city. The Cleveland skyline serves as the backdrop.

 

Each new sign costs about $40.000, according to Destination Cleveland. The tourism group said the Foundry is paying half of the cost.

 

Tourists are fond of taking pictures of script signs. The script signs have become popular spots for photos among visitors and locals.

 

Want to have a quick picture with the skyline in the background?

 

These locations are good for photo shooting. You can check them out and share the pictures with friends and family.

 

Here they are: Edgewater Park, North Coast Harbor, Tremont and Euclid Beach Park are beloved places to visit and creating some memories with the pictures.

 

There is also one at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Rowers and sailors can also join in the fun, too.

 

It’s time for you to visit Cleveland and join in the fun. Take pictures with 5 iconic Cleveland script signs and don’t forget to share with friends on social media.

 

Two Suspects Were Arrested For The Pistol-Whipping of a 75-Year-old Man

Two Suspects Were Arrested For The Pistol-Whipping of a 75-Year-old Man

Cleveland Two suspects arrestedCleveland, Ohio –Two suspects were arrested for the pistol-whipping of a 75-year-old man on Thursday morning in Cleveland.

 

Cleveland police and the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested 19 years old Jonathon Hill and 17-year old male inside an apartment located at 4700 block of Pearl Road in Cleveland.

 

Police said that the 75-year-old victim was attacked in the parking lot on July 9 around 10 p.m. The parking lot at 17130 Puritas Avenue.

 

Investigation spotted the suspects. In the surveillance video, the suspects were seen entering the parking lot from W.143rd.

 

The suspects attempted to enter several locked vehicles before the victim walked into the parking lot.

 

The victim got pistol-whipped in the face by the suspects when new talked to his car. It left the victim unconscious.

 

After they got the victim knocked out, the suspects stole his car and run away from the parking lot.

 

The police managed to find the robbed vehicle. Hill and Juvenile are now charged with aggravated robbery, kidnapping, felonious assault, as well as grand theft and concealed weapons.

 

Police officers are worried about criminals walking in the streets and the threat coming from them being in freedom.

 

Marshal Pete Elliott said their task force will continue to work hard to get criminals off the streets.

 

He added that the violence like this will not be tolerated in the community.

 

Cleveland Gas Station Owner Got Attacked By a Man With Metal Pipe

Cleveland Gas Station Owner Got Attacked By a Man With Metal Pipe

ohio newsCLEVELAND, OHIO—Police says, a man attacked Cleveland gas station owner with the metal pipe. The owner refused to sell him an alcohol.

 

The incident happened on Saturday at about 4 a.m.at the Marathon Gas station on Fulton Road and Clark Avenue.

 

The accused man named Carlos Pagan is 47. He is being charged with felony assault.

 

Carlos Pagan is being held in the Cuyahoga County Jail on $50.000 bond.

 

The owner of the gas station clears up the circumstances of the incident. He told the police that Pagan walked into the gas station and tried to get an alcohol. He refused to sell an alcohol to him, because of the law that forbids selling alcohol after the legal cutoff time of 1 a.m.

 

After Pagan got rejected by the owner, he furiously rushed into his car to grab a metal pipe, said police.

 

According to the police report, Pagan hit the front door to the store and cracked the glass.

 

The owner of the gas station went outside. He confronted Pagan and Pagan struck him in the left arm with the metal pipe. The latter got knocked to the ground.

 

Police said Pagan hit him repeatedly with the pipe while the owner was on the ground.

 

Pagan jumped into a car and run away. Fortunately, the officer spotted Pagan’s car driving by the store.

 

The officer was able to stop Pagan’s car a few streets down.

 

The police report says a metal pipe was found inside the car.

 

Akron’s Residents Participate in Recreation Programming Through Survey

Akron’s Residents Participate in Recreation Programming Through Survey

Akron's recreational programming

The Akron ’s parks need the help from its residents. That’s why the city is asking residents to give input through an online survey on Akron’s parks to make improvements.

 

The city asks residents to share their knowledge about recreational amenities, as well as their interests and needs. That will help to develop a strategic plan to improve the community, as well as recreational programming.

 

The survey takes only 5-7 minutes to fill in. And most importantly, it’s anonymous.

 

Mayor Dan Horrigan says that public spaces and recreation are sorts of stimulation for neighborhood development.

 

Horrigan is proud of the recreation service that the city provides.

 

Yet, his goal is to evaluate or change the way they provide services and modernize it.

 

The shortest way to is to ask the citizens what they need from the city government. Asking citizens for their opinion is a way to enhance public engagement.

 

Survey reveals the things that need to be added or improved. Moreover, it finds out how much citizens value existing offerings.

 

The question is how to attract new park users. To do that one should know what people enjoy so that the city can better serve them.

 

Recreation Bureau Manager encouraged Akron residents to use their services and to speak up their mind.

 

There are so-called ‘’friend’s groups’’ near each Akron park. They help to keep the parks clean and inviting.

 

There is a partnership between the city and Friends of the Metro Parks. Is there a better way of succeeding than to gather people for the same goal?

 

For better results, the city came up with a study that includes 161 Akron parks. It covers 3804 acres.

 

There is no age discrimination for Akron’s residents.  11 Akron community centers, as well as Balch Street fitness center is for the use of the resident of any age group.

 

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