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August 5th, 2014
Deborah Purifoy, who had sued the city of Bauxite, Bauxite Mayor Johnny McMahan and police officials, says she is disappointed that the court recently dismissed her suit.
In Purifoy's suit, she alleged that she was mistreated in 2010 when Michael Turner, who was working as a Bauxite police officer, responded to a disturbance at the home of Gary and Peggy Hula, who were neighbors of Purifoy.
Benton Police Department
â€¢A man on Burton Street reported damage to the glass storm door at the front of his home.
â€¢A women at America's Best Inn reported the theft of a phone.
â€¢Robert Warford of Benton was arrested for shoplifting at Walmart.
â€¢A woman on Henry Street reported her mobile home had been broken into and several items were stolen including a television set, her wedding rings, a window air conditioner, and approximately $100 in quarters.
â€¢A woman on Huntley Road reported that someone deliberately broke the rear window of her vehicle.
NEW YORK â€” Batman creator Bob Kane's own copies of the Caped Crusader's earliest appearances are going up for auction.
ComicConnect is selling Kane's file copies of Detective Comics Nos. 27 through 45 and Batman Nos. 1 through 3. The auction house declined to put an estimate on their value, saying such items rarely come up for sale.
The comics come from the collection of Hollywood screenwriter Bob Underwood.
The sale also has a nearly mint copy of the first Incredible Hulk comic book. The 1962 issue is one of four copies known to exist. It could bring $300,000.