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July 1, 1995 | Associated Press
Several men chased down a suspected purse snatcher, then choked and beat him until he had no pulse. The man, whose name was not known, was in critical condition Friday. Police were investigating whether excessive force was used to subdue him. Witnesses said the suspect knocked a woman down and grabbed her purse Thursday in a grocery store parking lot.
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July 1, 1995 | Associated Press
Several men chased down a suspected purse snatcher, then choked and beat him until he had no pulse. The man, whose name was not known, was in critical condition Friday. Police were investigating whether excessive force was used to subdue him. Witnesses said the suspect knocked a woman down and grabbed her purse Thursday in a grocery store parking lot.
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December 6, 1991
Two former University of Kansas students were arrested in Lawrence, Kan., in connection with the theft of more than $14,000 in cash and property from the Central Missouri State basketball team. Investigators obtained a search warrant after receiving a tip that one of the suspects might have some of the property that was taken from the locker room during the second half of a game between Kansas and Central Missouri State.
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December 6, 1991
Two former University of Kansas students were arrested in Lawrence, Kan., in connection with the theft of more than $14,000 in cash and property from the Central Missouri State basketball team. Investigators obtained a search warrant after receiving a tip that one of the suspects might have some of the property that was taken from the locker room during the second half of a game between Kansas and Central Missouri State.
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December 1, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Central Missouri State basketball team received a rude surprise after an 83-54 loss at No. 12 Kansas. When the team returned to their locker room in Allen Fieldhouse after the game at Lawrence, Kan., they discovered their belongings had been ransacked. Cash, jewelry, traveling bags and some clothing had been stolen, team officials said.
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November 20, 1991 | Associated Press
Lou Holtz says he wants to finish his coaching career at Notre Dame. Wheelock Whitney, part owner of the Minnesota Vikings, hopes to change his mind. "Lou is No. 1 on my list," Whitney said. "He's a friend of mine, he's a terrific competitor and I'm for him. . . . I think he's ready to take one more coaching job in his career, and he would like to have one more shot in the NFL. I think he deserves it and I'd like to see that shot come with the Minnesota Vikings."
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February 18, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A holdup man known as the Bicycle Bandit was sentenced in Platte City to life in prison plus 102 years after being convicted on evidence that included a $1 bill on which he had scrawled a description of one of the heists. Miguel Vaca, 45, was found guilty in December of three armed robberies in Kansas City in 2002 -- at a nail salon, at another business and at an apartment where a 13-year-old girl's birthday party was taking place.
SPORTS
December 1, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Central Missouri State basketball team received a rude surprise after an 83-54 loss at No. 12 Kansas. When the team returned to their locker room in Allen Fieldhouse after the game at Lawrence, Kan., they discovered their belongings had been ransacked. Cash, jewelry, traveling bags and some clothing had been stolen, team officials said.
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November 20, 1991 | Associated Press
Lou Holtz says he wants to finish his coaching career at Notre Dame. Wheelock Whitney, part owner of the Minnesota Vikings, hopes to change his mind. "Lou is No. 1 on my list," Whitney said. "He's a friend of mine, he's a terrific competitor and I'm for him. . . . I think he's ready to take one more coaching job in his career, and he would like to have one more shot in the NFL. I think he deserves it and I'd like to see that shot come with the Minnesota Vikings."
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