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2Hometown News – PORT ST. LUCIE – www.HometownNewsOL.comFriday, September 5, 2014Make sure to follow the rules of the InternetLogging on to the internet for the firsttime can be very confusing. There isa whole new vocabulary to learnand a new set of guidelines to follow.If you don’t follow these guidelines, youmay find your e mail box filled with somevery nasty messages called flames. Theguidelines I’m speaking of are known as“netiquette” and are an important part ofparticipating in the online community.For starters, let’s go over some basicemail etiquette. Email messages are quickto bang out and send instantly with theclick of a button, this makes them especially susceptible to bad grammar, lousyspelling and poor content. Remember,humor and sarcasm can easily get lost ina medium like email and can result insome pretty rude messages being sent.Take your time with your message andif you are trying to be funny or sarcastic,COMPUTE THISSEAN MCCARTHYuse a “smiley” or “emoticon”. These are little faces created with the characters onthe keyboard, and when looked at withyour head tilted to the left, look like littlefacial expressions.For example, :) is your basic smiley, :(is the same guy only in a bad mood, thisemoticon is a wink ;) and this :’( emoticonis crying. Emoticons can be used to putthe emotion back into a message that’sbecome sterile and mechanical. Using anemoticon can be essential to let youremail recipient know when you are “justkidding.”If you have a wordprocessor or emailclient with a spellchecker, use it whenyou compose your message. Also, watch out forthe “caps lock” buttonon your keyboard. TYPING IN ALL CAPITALLETTERS IS CONSIDERED SHOUTING ANDSHOULD BE AVOIDED!!I’ve heard the argument that typing in allcaps makes it easier to read but if youhave trouble seeing when you are typingyour message, there are other ways toincrease the font size. 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4Hometown News – PORT ST. LUCIE – www.HometownNewsOL.comFriday, September 5, 2014Labor Day festivitiesBass Pro Shop’s 2014 Labor Day Festival in St. Lucie West onSaturday, August 30, honors hometown heroes, encouragingveterans, armed forces, firefighters, paramedics, police, andteachers to participate in drawings for a 50 gift certificate,Yeti cooler and Maui Jim Sunglasses. Activities were providedfor kids, as well as food sampling and ice cream.Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerSevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerFort Pierce residents Slonne and Soren Heyer, 4 and 5, work on their projectsat the art table.102950Fort Pierce residents Brandon Burton and 3 year old Delilah Garrison worktogether in search of the prize winning duck with a star.James L. Strawn, D.D.S.772-460-9889787668Call Now to Schedule Your FREE,No Obligation Consultation1998 E-35015 Passenger, LOW MILESFull & Partial DentureSame Day Repairs & RelinesDenture Laboratory on Premises Mini Implants For Denture RetentionCustom Designed Dentures at Affordable Prices2006 GMC SierraQuad Cab 4WDVisit us at our new location!2006 GMC YukonDenali AWD2011 GMC Acadia DenaliLoaded2002 Toyota Camry4 CYL2005 Toyota SequoiaSharpwww.ralphsplacehere.com7876675052 South 25th Street Ft. Pierce, FL 34981NOW OPEN - Consignments & ResaleRebuild Your Credit, Guaranteed ApprovalPurple Hanger Re-Sale ShopFun Accessories, Fashion & Handcrafted Jewelry & Baby GiftsKids sizes 0 to 14Ladies sizes 0 to 4x5OFFAny Purchase 00of 25 or MoreExp. Date 9/30/14Tropical Shoppes654 SW PSL Blvd., Port St. Lucie772-380-5848www.purplehangerre-saleshopllc.us PurpleHangerResaleShop@gmail.com102630Scrubs Bathing SuitsPlus Sizes MaternityKids School Clothes
Friday, September 5, 20145Hometown News – PORT ST. LUCIE – www.HometownNewsOL.comPolice reportEditor’s note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees arepresumed innocent unless or untilproven guilty in a court of law.Port St. Lucie PoliceDepartment Kevin Allen Johnson, 20, 121 CastanaCourt, Port St. Lucie, was charged with robberywith a firearm, aggravated battery causinggreat bodily harm or disability, aggravatedassault with deadly weapon without intent tokill, burglary with assault or battery, possessionof a controlled substance and smuggling contraband into a detention facility. Daniel Francis Montalbano, 22, 4151 S.W.106th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, was chargedwith violation of condition of release. Robert D. Laughery, 51, 2079 New YorkStreet, Port St. Lucie, was charged with robbery with a firearm and felony battery ordomestic battery by strangulation. David James Rosso, 49, 3398 S.W. EscaroleStreet, Port St. Lucie, was charged with batteryand obstructing justice. Nicole Marie Paino, 25, 1550 S.W. Iffla Ave.,Port St. Lucie, was charged with grand theftand fraud or swindle to obtain property under 20,000. Erin Michelle Nowacki, 21, 1620 S.E. TiffanyClub Place, Port St. Lucie, was charged withgrand theft and fraud or swindle to obtain property under 20,000. Alford Daniel Avriett, 21, 610 N. 23rd Street,was charged with burglary of a dwelling with anassault or battery. Rosa Gabriela Ambriz, 18, 425 S.E. VeradaAve., Port St. Lucie, was charged with thirddegree grand theft and criminal use of personalidentification information. Edward Thomas Termini, 25, 1690 S.W.Tivan Port St. Lucie, was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card. Kenneth Todd Dugmore, 43, 478 N.E. Stillwater Cove, Port St. Lucie, was charged withthird degree grand theft. Gilbert Samuel Feinberg, 52, 2062 S.E.Erwin Road, Port St. Lucie, was charged withaggravated assault with deadly weapon withoutintent to kill and burglary of an occupieddwelling, unarmed. David Frederick Dickeson, 62, 2401 BarberLane, Port St. Lucie, was charged with possession of obscene material with depiction of childsexual conduct, and electronic transmission ofchild pornography. Andrew Carl Melchert, 31, 619 Ash Street,Port St. Lucie, was charged with two counts ofsale or delivery of heroin. Thaddeus Timothy Cherwin, 61, 8199 Blackbead Court, Port St. Lucie, was charged withaggravated assault with deadly weapon withoutintent to kill. Zachary Suhr, 38, 159 S.W. Peacock Blvd.,Port St. Lucie, was charged with aggravatedbattery on a person over the age of 65. Daniel Allen Farmer, 25, 353 JohnstonStreet, Fort Pierce, was charged with possession of controlled substance without prescription. David Bobby Little, 51, 1549 Croquet St.,Port St. Lucie, was charged with crime againstperson, specifically a criminal at that couldcause death and aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent to kill. Donna Ann Corsello, 31, 1994 S.E. SeamistStreet, Port St. Lucie, was charged with sixcounts of delivery or sale of opium and fourcounts of unauthorized use of a two-way deviceto facilitate a felony. Bernard Kweka Bentsil, 33, 100 S.W. ToddAve., Port St. Lucie, was charged with thirddegree grand theft. De-Quay Roberts, 18, 2554 S.E. Robin circle, Port St. Lucie, was charged with unarmedburglary of an unoccupied conveyance.St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office Matthew Playford, 29, 141 S.E. LakehurstDrive, Port St. Lucie, was charged with burglaryof an occupied dwelling and obstruction ofmeans of protection or communication. Waltessia Leechelle Thomas, 25, 701 North32nd Street, Fort pierce, was charged withaggravated battery. Jake Ryan Smith, 25, 10 harbors Isle Drive,East 102, was charged with robbery by suddensnatching. Jermaine Nicholas Taylor, 23, 1727 VillageBlvd., West Palm Beach, was charged with violation of probation. Johnisha L.V. Walters, 20, 4825 PoseidonPlace, Lake Worth, was charged with possession of oxycodone sale or delivery of oxycodone. Christopher Brandon, Laguerre, 25, 586222nd Street, Vero Beach, was charged withsale or delivery of cocaine, possession ofcocaine and unlawful use of a two-way communication device. Bryan William Martin, 50, 261 S.E. OakridgeDrive, Port St. Lucie, was charged with felonypossession of cannabis, possession of drugparaphernalia and cultivation of cannabis. Jerome Myron Johnson, 19, 608 N.W. 18thAve., Okeechobee, was charged with carryinga concealed weapon. Chase Weeks, 19, 608 N.W. 15th Street,Okeechobee, was charged with possession ofmarijuana over 20 grams. Maurice W. Missick, 43, 1580 W. 10th, WestPalm Beach, was charged with unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure. Ralph F. Scoleri, 38, 2362 S.E. Manor Ave.,Port St. Lucie, was charged with amended violation of probation, resisting an officer with violence. Charles Lynn Spiva, 19, 504 N.W. 4th Street,Okeechobee, was charged with grand theft of amotor vehicle. Jermaine Durrell Baggett, 42, 1604-A Ave.K, Fort Pierce, was charged with possession ofa weapon or ammo by a convicted felon,cocaine possession with intent to sell, manufacture or deliver. Bobby Eugene Ashley, 25, 426 N. 19thStreet, Fort Pierce, was charged with fleeing oreluding police with disregard to safety to per-sons or property. Poindexter Eugene Weathers, 28, 906 N.22nd Street, Apt. B, was charged with possession of cocaine. Willie Lee Mitz, 46, 2733 Niagra Ave., FortPierce, was charged with five counts of givingfalse information wo a pawnbroker and fivecounts of dealing in stolen property. Jason Floyd Smith, 33, 9820 S.W. ScoryLane, Stuart, was charged with violation of probation. Aaron Stephon Finley, 25, 1405 citrus Ave.,Fort Pierce, was charged with possession ofcocaine, sale or delivery of cocaine and unlawful use of a two-way communication device. Donald Ray Mills, 58, 716 Citrus Ave, (lastknown address) Fort Pierce, was charged withpossession of cocaine with intent to sell. Douglas Coasey, 56, 112 Ave. D, FortPierce, was charged with cocaine possession. Melanie Lynn Hess, 45, 9125 Orange Ave.,Fort Pierce was charged with obtaining orattempting to obtain a controlled substance byfraud. Darrel Brunson, 31, 815 S. 13th Street, FortPierce, was charged with violation of probation. Jason Jamell James, 26, 515 S. 17th Street,Fort Pierce, was charged with driving with asuspended license. Courtney Ann Goodman Meloy, 26, 4265Marilyn Drive, Lake Worth, was charged withviolation of probation. 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VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, SEPT. 5, 2014 PORT ST. LUCIE WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM PAGE 6Rants & RavesElection day supportGot something to say?Email the Hometown Rants & Raves email@example.com call (772) 465-5504.Commenters are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy.Human nature says people cravebeing noticed. For the first time in theirlives, the people in Ferguson, Missourihave had the world’s attention. Takeaway the T.V. cameras. When the publicity stops the riots will lose their meaning, agitators like Sharpton will loseinterest and the issue will disappear.Facts are stubborn thingsThisWeek’sPrizeWIN 300IMy106637Does anyone remember DetectiveMelvin Santiago? He was a Jersey Citypolice officer who was shot to deathjust a month ago, on July13th. Santiago was white. His killer,Lawrence Campbell, was black.Does anyone recall Obama appearingbefore national television and callingfor justice for Officer Santiago’s family?Does anyone recall Eric Holder rushing to Jersey City to see that justice wasTHIS WEEK’S LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLETHERE WAS NO WINNER FOR LAST WEEK.THIS WEEK’S PRIZE IS WORTH 300!Is this your license plate number? Go to thenearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!STOP BY ANY OFFICE OR CALL!!!VOLUSIA CO.386-322-5900BREVARD CO.321-242-1013INDIAN RIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656done? How about Officer Jeffrey Westerfield? He was aGary, Indiana police officer who wasshot to death last month on July 6.Westerfield was white. His killer, CarlLeEllis Blount, Jr. was black. Wherewas Obama? Where was Holder? OrOfficer Perry Renn? He was an Indianapolis police officer who was shot todeath just last month on July 5, the daybefore Officer Westerfield was killed.Officer Renn was white. His killer,Major Davis, was black. I don’t recallany mention by Obama about theuntimely death of Officer Renn. And, Idoubt that Eric Holder rushed to Indianapolis to make sure justice wasdone. Or, maybe I just missed it.Vermillion Parish Deputy SheriffAllen Bares was gunned down by twomen just last June 23rd in Louisiana.Deputy Bares was white. His twokillers, Quintlan Richard and BaylonTaylor, were black. Was Obama outraged?Did Eric Holder rush toLouisiana to make sure that the familyof Deputy Bares found justice?In Killeen, TX, Detective CharlesDinwiddie of the Killeen PoliceDepartment was murdered by MarvinLewis Guy, a black male. Officer Dinwiddie was white. This happened onMay 11, just over two months ago. Idon’t even recall seeing anything aboutthat on the news. Certainly, the whitecitizens in Killeen didn’t take to thestreets to loot and burn businesses.Again, I don’t recall any mention byObama or Holder. Then, there is Officer Kevin Jordan of the Griffin, GeorgiaPolice Department. He was gunneddown just two months ago on May 31.Officer Jordan was black. His killer,Michael Bowman, was white. This wasa white man murdering a black policeofficer. Where wasJesse Jackson? Where was “The Reverend” Al Sharpton? Was there lootingand burning on the streets of Griffin,Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographerSt. Lucie Firefighters Dylan Seifert of Stuart, Josh Kurth of Fort Pierce, MattResch of Port St. Lucie, and Jeff Garvey of Fort Pierce holds signs at Precinct26, the Port St. Lucie Community Center, on Tuesday, August 26.Georgia? No. In fact, I don’t recallhearing about this one in the news, aswell. Why? You can draw your ownconclusions. Over the past 60 days,there have been five reported deaths ofpolice officers by gunshot in the US.Of those, four were white officers whowere murdered by black men. Blackscomplain that white officers threatenblack men more aggressively on thestreet. You can draw your own conclusions on that one, as well.Not so much a ‘Rant or aRave,’ perhaps a coupleobservationsThe intersection of 53rd Street andU.S. 1 has been a topic of discussionrecently. The speed limit set on U.S. 1North of the 53rd Street traffic signal isflowing at the rate of 55mph. Thespeed limit set on US 1, south of the53rd Street traffic signal, is a muchmore reasonable 45mph.I havenoticed that because of the ‘width’ ofthe intersection (four lanes), attempting to turn left from U.S. 1 ?onto 53rdStreet, heading West, is always a challenge. Not to mention trying to cycleor as a pedestrian walk across U.S. 1without having to sprint!I do not look forward to the eventual addition of yet another traffic signalat the intersection of 53rd Street andthe Indian River Blvd (bypass). Thefuture traffic load will require a saferway of exiting Indian River Blvd onto53rd, particularly heading West. Within 1 mile there are already three trafficsignals in that particular area of 53rdStreet. Do we want a 4th traffic signalin that already frustrating area? Trafficcircles (Roundabouts) have theiropponents but yet there are just asmany supporters (come on, comeforth!). If it hasn’t been thought outalready, I sure hope there has beensome consideration for a traffic circleat this intersection. If future development (retail, housing and hotels) doescome to the area, we will only haveworsening traffic flow issues. It wouldbe an enhancement for Grand Harbor,it could possibly be a fuel saver andmake for a more pleasurable experience for those visiting our beaches. Ihave seen an increasing number oftraffic circles in communities recentlyvisited, they could be on to somethingSee RANTS, page 9Voted # 1 Community Newspaper inAmerica in 2005, 2006, 2007.One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003.Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C.,5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. 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