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If we held elections every year, we'd get a lot more money!!
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And for a differing view...the largest public works project since the federal highway system...and they aren't sure why elementary kids improved but high schoolers didn't. Except they suspect it's because the younger teachers were attracted to the new elementary schools. http://newscenter.berkeley.edu/2012/08/14/la-unif...
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I didn't even see Jesus on the far right at a first glance! Great observation!
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Why would anyone want to actually investigate something by checking facts? It is so much easier to just press "share" or "forward" and keep spreading those rumors and lies. Or for some of the "trolls" - more fun to just say outrageous things to get a reaction.
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1 year, 5 months ago by Bob Gough

Isaiah Murray has additional cases pending in Adams County for a weapons offense, fleeing and aggravated DUI in addition to the aggravated battery to a minor and failure to register as a sex offender

 

On April 25, the Adams County Sheriff’s Office investigated a report of battery to a minor. A warrant was subsequently issued for Isaiah Murray’s arrest on Aggravated Battery to a Minor charges.

Murray, 32, is also a registered sexual predator. Officers made multiple attempts to make contact with Murray at his registered address.

ASCO, in cooperation with the US Marshals (USMS) Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force (GLRFTF), aggressively pursued the warrant arrest.

On 5/2/13, Murray was arrested in the 4000 block W 14th Chicago, IL by members of the USMS GLRFTF after a failed attempt to flee from the arrest.

On 5/3/13, a warrant for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender was issued.

Murray, whose last address is listed as Coatsburg, has additional cases pending in Adams County for a weapons offense, fleeing, and aggravated DUI in addition to the aggravated battery to a minor and failure to register as a sex offender.

 


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