Video: Armed Robbers Storm Detroit Hair And Nail Salon – Wxyz.com

Nail-gun suicide prompted when thefts to pay IRS were discovered – The Denver Post

Both men are White or Hispanic. One has gray-colored gloves with black trim. Both could be from the area. Tips that lead to an arrest could result in a reward. Gutierrez says they need to be caught before someone gets hurt and adds, “The round was fired in the direction of children, it could have easily ricocheted and struck somebody.” If you have any information, you’re asked to contact the 4th precinct. Either call (313) 596-5440 or (313) 596-5420. Copyright 2014 Scripps Media, Inc.
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And it’s gone. It’s gone, says Taylor Kumpe. The tools taken total about $7,000. They include: -Nail guns and brad nail gun -Battery operated drills -Back pack style leaf blower -Reels of electrical wire These were tools used every day, at the five facilities the center operates. The center carries out its own maintenance, to fix windows, doors, or whatever needs repair.
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Tools Stolen in Women’s Shelter Break-In – KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Talley said he chose suicide when his thefts were discovered by Title Resource Guarantee Company in Texas, for whom he sold title insurance policies. “I have ruined my reputation and rather than being in jail with no way for my family to provide for itself I have decided to take my life,” the note says. Richard Talley made a last-minute switch in beneficiary to his wife just before he died on Feb. 4 in the garage of the family’s house on the western edge of Cherry Creek State Park. At issue is whether the insurance pay out belongs to Talley’s widow or to his company, which paid the premiums and was the policy’s previous beneficiary, according to court records.
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