Up next on News 7-
President Clinton calls on America to support sending U-S troops to
It's confirmed. A Hollins College student was murdered- before her body
was burned in an arson.
Plus the man who confessed to killing a model may be connected to another
And Robin with the much colder forecast.
News 7 is next.
President Clinton calls it the right thing to do.
He went on radio and TV tonight to make the case for sending American
troops to Bosnia.
Authorities have confirmed the woman found burned in her Fairfax County
home Thursday WAS a Hollins College Student.
Autopsy results also show Ann Harper was stabbed to death.
We'll have reaction.
Plus California investigators are trying to figure out if photographer
Charles Rathbun is connected to the murder of yet another model.
Join us for News 7 at eleven.
President Clinton is calling it the right thing to do.
He went on the air tonight to convince you and all other Americans that U-S
troops should go to Bosnia.
As Regina Blakely reports, the President admitted the troops would face
SUPER=01-Sen. Robert Dole/(R) Majority Leader; 1:20
SUPER=01-Regina Blakely/CBS News; 1:29
OUT Q=at the White House."
((SAYING U.S. MILITARY PARTICIPATION IS NOT ABOUT FIGHTING A WAR BUT
SECURING PEACE.. PRESIDENT CLINTON SAID NOWHERE IS THE NEED FOR AMERICAN
LEADERSHIP MORE STARK AND IMMEDIATE THAN IN BONSIA.
In fulfilling this mission we will have the chance to help stop the killing of
innocent civilians, and especially children, and at the same time bring
stability to central europe, a region of the world that is vital to our
BEFORE APPROVING ANY DEPLOYMENT
THE PRESIDENT SAID THE MISSION MUST BE CLEARLY DEFINED... WITH GOALS TO BE
ACHEIVED IN ABOUT ONE YEAR. RISKS MUST BE MINIMIZED.. WITH AN AMERICAN IN
CHARGE AND OVERWHELMING POWER TO RESPOND.
BUT BOSNIA IS ANYTHING BUT RISK FREE.. THE PRESIDENT SAID CASULATIES ARE
INEVITABLE.. AND GAVE THIS WARNING TO THOSE WHO WOULD TRY TO UPEND THE PEACE
PRESIDENT CLINTON: I assume full responsibility for any harm that may come to
them. But anyone
contemplating any action that would endanger our troops should know this:
america protects it's own. anyone who takes on our troops will suffer the
consequences. We will fight fire with fire and then some.
FOLLOWING THE SPEECH, SENATE MAJORITY LEADER BOB DOLE SAID HE WANTS TO
SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT.
SEN. BOB DOLE/R-KS:i told him if you can't persuade the american people you
can't persuade congress. This is an easy no vote.
STANDUP REGINA BLAKELY/WHITE HOUSE:
But the reality is the president is commander in chief. he meets with
congressional leaders tommorrow aand administration officials will be on the
hill to answer questions. but at this point it appears as if u.s. troops could
be heading to bosnia by next week. rb, cbs news, at the white house.))
Sixth District Congressman Bob Goodlatte isn't supporting President
Clinton's decision, but he will support the American Troops.
Goodlatte had lunch today with members of Roanoke City Council, and
discussed a variety of topics including the situation in Bosnia.
IN Q=I've always
((CONGRESSMAN BOB GOODLATTE: I'VE ALWAYS HAD GRAVE CONCERNS ABOUT HIM DOING
THAT. I FELT THAT THE APPROACH THAT HAS BEEN TAKEN IN BOSNIA HAS BEEN WRONG FOR
A LONG TIME. ))
OUT Q=a long time
Goodlatte says he's pleased about the Bosnian peace agreement, but isn't
sure how effective it'll be.
He says the large number of Serb protestors will put American lives in
The Hollins College community is in shock after learning a student was
murdered in her Fairfax county home over Thanksgiving.
Authorities are investigating Ann Harper's death as both a case of homicide
Kimberly McBroom has the story.
IN Q=Ann Harper was only
SUPER=03-Fairfax Co./November 23, 1995; :08
SUPER=01-Linda Steele/Director of College Relations; :18
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :31
SUPER=01-Miranda Mattson/Hollins Sophomore; :39
OUT Q=McBroom, News 7
((Ann Harper was only 20 years old, a junior at Hollins College when she was
killed early Thanksgiving morning.
Police say Harper was stabbed to death in her home-- which was later set on
There is no known suspect at this time-- and those who knew her say she was
((LINDA STEELE/DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE RELATIONS: MANY STUDENTS KNEW HER. SHE WAS
VERY ACTIVE IN THE CHOIR, IN THE RELIGIOUS LIFE ASSOCIATION, IN THE CREATIVE
WRITING PROGRAM, IN THE MUSIC PROGRAM. AND MANY OF THE STUDENTS WHO KNEW HER
ARE VERY, VERY UPSET.))
While upsetting to the entire college community, Harper's untimely death is
also making her fellow students more aware of their own mortality.
((MIRANDA MATTSON/HOLLINS SOPHOMORE: I MEAN, YOU THINK EVERYONE'S GOING TO
LIVE UNTIL THEY DIE OF OLD AGE. BUT WHEN THINGS LIKE THIS HAPPEN, I THINK A
LOT OF PEOPLE RE-DO THEIR LIVES. THEY START LIVING FOR THE DAY AND START TO
SEIZE THE MOMENTS BECAUSE NOBODY KNOWS HOW LONG THEY HAVE.))
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: SINCE HOLLINS COLLEGE IS SUCH A CLOSE- KNIT
COMMUNITY, PEOPLE HERE SAY THERE'S A LOT OF SUPPORT TO GET THEM THROUGH THIS.
A MEMORIAL SERVICE HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR ANN HARPER WEDNESDAY IN DUPONT
Halifax County authorities say the alleged gunman in a fatal shooting
turned himself in at the scene.
The shooting happened at the Village Apartments in the Sinai (Sigh-Nee-Eye)
section of the county at around 10- last night.
Authorities say 21- year old Damon Lamont Crews was shot with a handgun.
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Police arrested 18- year old Tywan Otey Brown-
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IN Q=After the
((DEP. S. T. MOSER/HALIFAX CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: AFTER THE VICTIM WAS TAKEN TO
THE HOSPITAL, THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUED. THE SUSPECT AND HIS FATHER COME OUT
AND STOPPED THE POLICE AS THEY WERE LEAVING THE VILLAGE AND HE WANTED TO TURN
HIMSELF IN AND TALK ABOUT IT. ))
SUPER=01-Dep. S. T. Moser/Halifax Co. Sheriff's Dept.; :00
OUT Q=about it.
Authorities say the shooting stemmed from an argument.
Brown is in the Halifax County jail.
Someone was stealing things from a comatose patient's room at Burrell
(Burle) Nursing Center during the Summer.
So they installed a hidden camera to catch the culprit.
Instead, they caught James Gary NOW-lin in the act of fondling the patient.
Instead of providing physical therapy, the 40-year old occupational
therapist stole the patient's dignity. The day after the surveillance
camera was put in place- -Nowlin went into the 19-year old woman's room and
sexually molested her.
Though she is unable to speak, the prosecutor says the victim does have some
sense of her surroundings at times.
((ALICE EKIRCH/PROSECUTOR: SO IT MAY WELL HAVE BEEN DURING THE TIMES THAT THE
DEFENDANT WAS ABUSING THE VICTIM SHE WAS AWARE OF WHAT WAS GOING ON BUT WAS
UNABLE TO SPEAK OUT AGAINST WHAT WAS HAPPENING TO HER. ))
OUT Q=happening to her.
NOW-lin did not contest the charges against him.
He sat quietly in court today, while the judge watched the videotape.
Nowlin faces up to ten years in prison when he's sentenced for attempted
aggravated sexual battery.
A second chance for the Smart Road--
Last week, the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors voted against
rezoning land for the road-- but now, it's reconsidering.
IN Q=Basically, we passed
((HENRY JABLONSKI/MONTGOMERY CO. SUPERVISOR: BASICALLY, WE PASSED A RESOLUTION
RECONSIDERING THE ACTION WE'D TAKEN ONE WEEK AGO AND RESCINDING THAT ACTION.
SUBSEQUENTLY, THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT WITHDREW THEIR APPLICATION FOR THE SMART
HIGHWAY AT THIS TIME. ))
SUPER=01-Henry Jablonski/Montgomery Co. Supervisor;
OUT Q=at this time
But V-DOT is expected to re- submit its application.
In the meantime, the board of supervisors says it needs more information
about the project-- and that suits Virginia Tech officials just fine.
IN Q=I'm delighted
((PAUL TORGERSEN/VA TECH PRESIDENT: I'M DELIGHTED AGAIN THAT THEY WOULD SEEK
MORE INFORMATION TO MAKE A MORE INFORMED DECISION, AND I THINK THEY'RE TO BE
COMMENDED FOR STANDING UP AND SAYING WE HAVE HAD SOME SECOND THOUGHTS, WE NEED
MORE INFORMATION TO MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION. ))
SUPER=01-Paul Torgersen/VA Tech President;
OUT Q=informed decision (second one)
The board's action also establishes a committee to decide what kind of
information is needed-- it's expected to report back to the board December
HARD MUSIC UNDER
Coming up on News-7, an eyewitness helps authorities with a Henry County
And the photographer who confessed to murdering a model continues to
maintain it was an accident.
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Henry County authorities have found a missing link in their murder
This afternoon, police questioned an eyewitness in what appears to be the
county's most recent murder.
Authorities believe 33- year old Richard Scott Powell of Eden, North
Carolina was shot inside his pick- up early Saturday morning in Sandy Level.
Police say a wounded Powell and his passenger then fled to Rockingham
County, North Carolina.
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A passer-by discovered Powell slumped over dead in his truck along Route
7-70 later that day.
Authorities hope now that they've located Powell's passenger, they'll be able
to confirm what happened.
IN Q=Our investigation
((SGT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT. OUR INVESTIGATION REVEALS THAT
THE VICTIM CAME HERE WITH A COMPANION PULLED IN, AND THAT THE OCCUPANTS OF THE
MOTOR VEHICLE WERE IN THE PROCESS OF MAKING A DRUG TRANSACTION OR PURCHASE
HERE AND THAT A YOUNG BLACK MALE WHO WAS TALKING WITH THEM, REACHED INTO THE
VEHICLE AND ATTEMPTED TO RIP THEM OFF BY TAKING MONEY FROM THE OCCUPANTS AND
SHORTLY AFTER THAT GUNFIRE ERUPTED NEAR THE HOME TO THE LEFT OF US HERE. ))
SUPER=01-Sgt. Kimmy Nester/Henry Co. Sheriff's Dept.
OUT Q=left of us here.
Police DO have suspects, but have NOT made an arrest.
The photographer who confessed to
killing model Linda Sobek may be connected to yet another murder.
38 year old Charles Rathbun pleaded innocent this afternoon to charges he
He contends he accidentally ran over the model with a car, then panicked
and buried her.
But the coroner's office says the Sobek's injuries were inconsistent with
Meanwhile investigators are also trying to determine if Rathbun is
connected in any way to the unsolved murder three years ago of another model
who was also found in the Angeles Forest.
The family of a black man killed in Pittsburgh- says it's pleased two
white police officers face homicide charges.
But Johnny Gammage's mom says the other three officers involved should
also face murder charges.
The District Attorney charged a third officer with involuntary
manslaughter and two others will not be charged.
Gammage died last month after he was stopped by police.
((PAM WILLIAMS/SISTER: POLICE OFFICERS ARE HERE TO PROTECT AND SERVE NOT TO
KILL SOMEONE FOR A TRAFFIC STOP.))
((RAY SEALS/COUSIN: UNFORTUNATLEY I THINK MOST PEOPLE WANT ALL FIVE TO GO TO
PRISON BUT I THINK WE NEED THSE OFFICERS TO TESTIFY AGAINST THESE OTHER
OFFICERS BECAUSE THEY'RE THE ONLY TRUE EYEWITNESSES SO I THINK IT WAS ANOTHER
BIG STEP TODAY.))
SUPER=01-Pam Williams/Victim's Sister;
SUPER=01-Ray Seals/Victim's Cousin; 05
OUT Q=BIG STEP TODAY.
Two autopsies determined Gammage died of suffocation.
The memory of a Danville man who was killed by a Richmond police officer in
August has motivated his family to the streets.
Marco Loney was shot in the back, and his family says they can't forget.
The Loney family and its supporters protested outside Richmond's City
Council meeting tonight.
Loney's mother Phyllis says her son's three year old child is the reason for
a wrongful death suit against the police officer.
IN Q=Of course the civil
((PHYLLIS LONEY/MARCO'S MOTHER: OF COURSE THE CIVIL SUIT WILL MAKE SURE MY
GRANDSON WILL HAVE A HAPPY LIFE. IT WON'T BRING HIM BACK... SURRENDERING.))
SUPER=01-Phyllis Loney/Marco's Mother;
The officer who fatally shot Marco Loney was cleared of wrongdoing by a
Loney's relatives say they reject the grand jury's findings and would like
to see the officer prosecuted and fired.
SOFT MUSIC UNDER
When we return, police warn Christmas shoppers to stay alert,
and Newt Gingrich ends months of speculation - making a decision about a run
for the presidency.
House speaker Newt Gingrich will not run for President.
Gingrich says his job as Speaker is challenging-
With that, he made it official.
He will not seek the Republican nomination.
((NEWT GINGRICH/HOUSE SPEAKER: WE DECIDED WE WOULD EXPLICITELY, DEFINITELY
CLOSE THE DOORS SO THERE'S NO MORE SPECULATION. I WILL NOT RUN NEXT YEAR FOR
PRESIDENT. MY INTENT IS TO RUN FOR RE-ELECTION TO THE HOUSE AND HOPEFULLY BE
SUPER=01-Newt Gingrich/(R) House Speaker;
OUT Q=BE SPEAKER AGAIN."
The frontrunner in the Republican bid-- Bob Dole the Senate Majority
Governor George Allen isn't saying much about an allegation that his
administration doled out computers to classrooms based on politics instead of
Allen turned a pre- election negative into a positive in September,
by announcing that state layoffs had freed up hundreds of computers for
The Virginian-Pilot reported last week that the first round of computers
went to schools where Republican incumbent Senators -- like Roanoke's Brandon
Bell -- were in tight races for re-election.
IN Q=How they were
((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: HOW THEY WERE DISTRIBUTED WAS LEFT TO BE DETERMINED AS I
UNDERSTOOD IT BY THE FOLKS WHO HAD THEM, AND THE SECRETARY OF ADMINISTRATION.
AND CLEARLY THEY WERE GOING TO SCHOOLS, AND I CERTAINLY HOPE THEY COORDINATED
IT TO THE EXTENT THEY COULD WITH THE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS.))
OUT Q=local school districts.
When asked whether he was concerned that the computers did NOT all end up at
the neediest schools, Allen said "there are more needs than there are computers
The Governor made NO comments about the political implications of where the
computers ended up.
It's going to be a tough job market in the months ahead.
That according to the latest survey by Manpower Incorporated.
The survey says in the Roanoke Valley, 10-percent of employers expect to
hire and 13-percent plan on cutting back.
In greater Lynchburg, 16-percent hope to add staff, and six-percent plan on
SOT NOON AIR CHECK 12:22:07
IN Q=In Lynchburg
((ANN WARD/MANPOWER INC.: IN LYNCHBURG, THEY'RE SAYING THEY'RE GONNA BE GOOD
IN CONSTRUCTION AND THIS IS REAL STRANGE FOR THIS TIME OF THE YEAR BECAUSE OF
THE WEATHER. AND THEY ALSO SAY THAT THEY'RE GONNA BE GOOD IN FINANCE,
INSURANCE, AND SOME OF THE SERVICE TYPE JOBS.))
OUT Q=service type jobs.
Manpower says even though things sound better in Lynchburg, its hiring pace
will actually be slower than a year ago.
Both metro areas are following a nationwide slowdown in hiring.
Hoop highlights from Radford and UVa tonight as both the Cavs and HIghlanders
pick up wins.
Plus a Bath County player wins PIoneer district player of the year honors,
and Tech talks about the bowl situation.
After we check the scoreboard.
IN Q=FIRST SCORE
OUT Q=..LAST SCORE
TAKE A BREAK
The Virginia Cavalier warmed up for their Wednesday night battle in the Great
8 with Kansas by beating William & Mary last night at University Hall 87-to-58.
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But this one was tight in the first half as Shaka Arnold hits the hoop for
William and Mary to put the Tribe in front by 7 in the opening half.
In fact things wouldn't turn around until 7 foot 4 inch Chase Matheny came in
and rejected two shots on this sequence.
He had 6 rejections for the game.
The Cavs would finally pick up the pace, as Scott Johnson leads the break, to
Jamal Robinson to Curtis Staples for the fingeroll layin and UVa is on top
40-to-27 at halftime.
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Norman Nolan and the Cavs inside game would take over in the second half and
UVa moves to 2-and-oh with the 87-to-58 win.
After dumping Tennessee-Martin on Saturday, the Radford Highlanders stepped
out of the Division 1 ranks last night to host Division 3 member Davis & Elkins
at the Dedmon Center.
SUPER=03-Radford/Senators vs. Highlanders;
The Highlanders stepped onto the court hoping to give Ron Bradley career
win number 170.
A 21 point run in the first half sealed the outcome early. Corey Reed
finishes off the break with the short pullup.
The Senators tried to keep things respectable. Amrit Rayfield finds Taylor
Johnson who scores off the glass.
But Bradley's bunch was never really challenged in this one. Eric Parker
misses the short jumper but Mike Pete-in elevates and throws down the rebound.
Then watch Anthony Walker make the move in traffic and score 2 of his 15
SUPER=33-Davis & Elkins/=49/Radford/=94;
points on the night as the Highlanders win by their largest margin of victory
since the'85-'86 season, 94 to 49. Radford travels to Lexington to battle VMI
Tonight VMI and W&L faceoff for the first time in 54 years, and you can watch
the game right here on your hometown station begining at 7:30.
The two teams only other meeting was in the southern conference and despite
being only a 100 yards apart, they have never played in Lexington.
((BART BELLAIRS/VMI HEAD COACH:))
((CAM DYER/WASHINGTON & LEE FORWARD:))
SUPER=01-Bart Bellairs/VMI Head Coach; :00
SUPER=01-Cam Dyer/Washington & Lee Forward; :31
OUT Q=...GOOD RIVALRY."
The postseason playoffs continue this week for high school football.
It's state semi-final weekend and one area team will have to play its home
game on the road.
SUPER=03-Hot Springs; :00
Bath County hosts Appalachia Saturday, but the game venue has been shifted to
Alleghany high school, because the Chargers field in Hot Springs does not meet
all of the necessary Virginia High School requirements to host a final four
Despite that mild setback, the Chargers did get some good news yesterday as
senior running back Jamie Carroll was named the Pioneer District's offensive
player of the year.
Carroll rushed for 12 hundred yards this season and more than 3000 for his
((STEVE ISAACS/BATH COUNTY HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Steve Isaacs/Bath County Head Coach; :00
OUT Q=...VERY DESERVING."
More postseason accolades last night for Tiki Barber.
The UVa tailback is a (----------------)
finalist for Doak Walker " National Running back Award"
The former Cave Spring Knight carried the ball 265 times this season and
picked up a school record 13 hundred and 97 yards and 14 touchdowns.
There are seven others gunning for the award including Warrick Dunn and Eddie
And last night, Virginia Tech's Cornell Brown was named one of the five
finalists for the Charlotte Touchdown Club's defensive player of the year
Both awards will be named on December 4th.
In one other UVa football note, there is still no word on whether or not
Cavalier kicker Rafael Garcia will be with the team for the December 30th Peach
Garcia was arrested and charged with Driving under the influence early Friday
morning around 2:30am in Danville.
The 21 year old, former exchange student at GW, who is originally from
Barcelona, did not appear at his arraignment today in General District court
as a January 4th court date to hear the charges was set.
Rafael's 20 field goals this season are a UVa school record.
Still to come tonight Frank Beamer and Dave Braine talks about MIami and
the bowl situation
as the Hokies deflect the Hurricane rumblings and hold out hope for a bowl of
The Hokies have been working the phone today trying to find out where they
stand in the minds of the Bowl folks.
SUPER=03-Orange Bowl/This Past Weekend; :00
Miami's win over Syracuse increased the Hurricanes chances of an Orange
Bowl berth, but Braine remains positive about a Hokie Alliance bid in the
IN Q=I do not
((I DO NOT THINK THE ALLIANCE BOWL IS OUT OF THE QUESTION. I FEEL MORE
COMFORTABLE ABOUT THE ALLIANCE BOWL TODAY THAN I DID THIS MORNING, BECAUSE
THINGS HAVE TRANSPIRED AND YOU'RE GOING TO HEAR A FEW STORIES COMING OUT OF
MIAMI WITH IT, PROBABLY IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS. SOME PROBABLY ARE TRUE, AND SOME
OF THEM PROBABLY ARE NOT TRUE. I JUST DON'T KNOW, BUT MY FEELING IS THINGS ARE
PRETTY GOOD RIGHT NOW. SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS ALWAYS. WE WON'T KNOW ANYTHING
DEFINITE UNTIL SUNDAY AFTERNOON.))
SUPER=01-Dave Braine/Va.Tech Athletic Director; :00
OUT Q=...sunday afternoon"
Tech beat Miami this year, but, today, a Hurricane player referred to Tech
as a third rate team that played an easy schedule.
IN Q=Not only
((NOT ONLY DID THEY INSULT US, BUT I THINK THE REAL QUESTION IS HOW DOES THE
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA LIKE BEING CALLED LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR. THEY SAID
WE DIDN'T PLAY ANYONE EXCEPT LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR. I THOUGHT VIRGINIA
WAS A PRETTY GOOD FOOTBALL TEAM. HAPPENED TO BEAT FLORIDA STATE. I DON'T PAY
MUCH ATTENTION TO THOSE REMARKS. I'VE BEEN PROUD OF OUR PLAYERS.))
SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Va. Tech Head Coach; :00
OUT Q=...our players
Former Washington Redskins great Art Monk is officially back in the NFL.
SUPER=03-Carlisle, PA/1991; :00
The Philadelphia Eagles signed the 37 year old Monk to a free agent contract
today good through the end of the season.
The 37-year old holds the N-F-L record for career receptions. He spent last
season with the New York Jets after playing in Washington for 14
Holiday shopping can be fun if it's done safely.
According to crime prevention experts, while shoppers are preying on
products, Criminals are preying on them.
Police say when shopping don't carry a lot of cash or credit cards.
And they also advise NOT to shop alone.
IN Q=Things like traveling
((TOM KINCAID/ROANOKE CO. POLICE: THINGS LIKE TRAVELING WITH COMPANIONS AND
SHOPPING WITH FRIENDS INSTEAD OF BEING ALONE. MOST CRIMINALS LIKE TO FIND
SOMEONE THAT'S BY THEMSELF TO TARGET AS THE VICTIM. THINGS LIKE NOT LEAVING
PROPERTY UNATTENDED IN YOUR CAR. IF YOU ARE DOING YOUR SHOPPING MAKE SURE YOU
KEEP YOUR PURCHASES WITH YOU. DON'T GO BACK OUT TO THE CAR AND PUT THEM IN THE
CAR WHERE A WOULD BE CRIMINAL COULD BE WORKING THROUGH THE PARKING LOT LOOKING
SUPER=01-Tom Kincaid/Roanoke Co. Police;
OUT Q=looking for stuff.
Kincaid says if you are robbed it's better NOT to resist.
IN Q=Don't resist give.
((DON'T RESIST GIVE THEM THE MONEY AND JUST CALL THE POLICE AFTERWARDS AND
WE'LL SEE IF WE CAN LOCATE THEM AFTER THE FACT. WHATEVER MONEY YOU HAVE OR
PERSONAL PROPERTY IS NOT WORTH YOU GETTING HURT.))
OUT Q=you getting hurt.
Kincaid also says don't leave packages or other valuables in the car while
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