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January 30, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Former Indianapolis Colt nose tackle Harvey Armstrong was released from the Indianapolis jail after posting $3,500 bail. He was arrested for sexual battery, criminal confinement and battery after allegedly assaulting a longtime acquaintance last weekend.
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January 30, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Former Indianapolis Colt nose tackle Harvey Armstrong was released from the Indianapolis jail after posting $3,500 bail. He was arrested for sexual battery, criminal confinement and battery after allegedly assaulting a longtime acquaintance last weekend.
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June 16, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Indianapolis Colt nose tackle Harvey Armstrong was arrested at his home in Indianapolis on charges of domestic battery and disorderly conduct, police said. Armstrong, 31, was arrested about 4:10 a.m. Saturday after a woman identifying herself as Armstrong's girlfriend called the Marion County Sheriff's Department to his home. The woman told deputies she had been struck twice and that Armstrong was carrying a handgun, a sheriff's department spokesman said.
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June 16, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Indianapolis Colt nose tackle Harvey Armstrong was arrested at his home in Indianapolis on charges of domestic battery and disorderly conduct, police said. Armstrong, 31, was arrested about 4:10 a.m. Saturday after a woman identifying herself as Armstrong's girlfriend called the Marion County Sheriff's Department to his home. The woman told deputies she had been struck twice and that Armstrong was carrying a handgun, a sheriff's department spokesman said.
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July 20, 1991 | Associated Press
Two days after team doctors for the San Francisco 49ers banned left tackle Bubba Paris from practice because of a high cholesterol count and poor conditioning, his replacement, Roy Foster suffered an injured left shoulder during practice. Second-year 49er tackle Frank Pollack is suffering back spasms and is unable to practice. Free agent tackle Ricky Siglar was taken off the field Friday because of a sore right knee.
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May 20, 1992 | SHAV GLICK
President Tony George of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway offered new incentives for time trials this year with bonus prizes for the fastest qualifiers on the second, third and fourth days. Pole sitter Roberto Guerrero received $145,000 from PPG for his first-day speed of 232.482 m.p.h. Jim Crawford, Mike Groff and Jimmy Vasser earned an expected $25,000 for being fastest qualifier on the second, third and fourth days, respectively.
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November 16, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Before the game, Indianapolis Coach Ron Meyer was almost afraid to say what he thought. After Eric Dickerson rushed for 154 yards and Dean Biasucci kicked four field goals as the Colts overpowered the Miami Dolphins, 40-21, Meyer spoke his mind. "I felt that if we could beat Miami, it would mark the resurgence of the Colts," said Meyer, who has led Indianapolis to 8 victories in 12 games since replacing Rod Dowhower late last season.
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November 14, 1988 | From Associated Press
Harvey Armstrong reached up Sunday and swatted away a potential overtime with the Green Bay Packers, preserving the Indianapolis Colts' 5-game winning streak. Armstrong batted down a pass by Packer quarterback Don Majkowski on the final play of the game from the Colts' 2-yard line and Indianapolis held on for a 20-13 victory. "The quarterback rolled to my left and I just mirrored his movement," said Armstrong, a 6-foot-3 defensive lineman, who also recovered a fumble and made 2 sacks.
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August 21, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
The Buffalo Bills sent wide receiver Preston Dennard, a former Ram, to the Green Bay Packers Tuesday and acquired defensive end Don Smith from the Atlanta Falcons in separate trades as NFL teams cut down to the 60-player limit. The teams must reduce to 50 by next Tuesday and to the final 45 on Sept. 2. Dennard, 29, an eight-year NFL veteran, was traded to the Packers for an undisclosed draft choice.
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July 19, 2003 | Rob Fernas, Times Staff Writer
On a typical day in the United States, 8,200 women are battered, 2,345 are raped and 11 are murdered. According to statistics also compiled by law enforcement agencies, domestic violence is the leading cause of serious injury to women ages 18-49, and murder is the leading cause of death for pregnant women in this country.
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