Police Blotter: Rack Tumbles Onto Infiniti

Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Robin Cordle
Robin Cordle

A Geraldine, Ala., man said his 2012 Infiniti M37 suffered $2,000 in damage when a newstand rack tumbled against it while parked downtown.

The luxury car was on Broad Street near Blue Water Grille.

Chris Guice said it was a "Homes and Real Estate" box.

Police said the wind was a possible factor.

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Managers at Sticky Fingers at Hamilton Place say they want Robin Cordle to stay away from the restaurant.

Police said she was again seen panhandling at Hamilton Place Boulevard.

She was cited to court.

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Ronita Bush of Patten Towers said she is fed up with the antics of Lashonda.

She said she stands outside her room and says, "I'm going to beat your a--."

Ms. Bush said it usually happens very early in the morning.

Lashonda denies the charge, saying Ms. Bush just doesn't like her.


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