Mint Hill Police need help locating owners for found property

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Mint Hill Police is trying to return found property to its rightful owners.  The propertyTechnician, Detective Sgt Moberg, is asking anyone who may have lost any of the following items to contact her at (704) 545-1085.  You must be able to give specific information about the items, such as brands, model numbers, serial numbers, colors,  distinguishing marks, etc. in order to claim the items.  The list below details the types of items that have been found and turned into police:

Various hand tools (non-powered and power)
CD players
Backpacks
Guitars
Bicycles

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Joe Cox is ready to lead Georgia

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And according to this AP story, the former Independence High School star is not going to do it quietly.

“I like being vocal,” he said. “I like being loud. That’s just how I play and hopefully if I can transfer that to just a couple other people on the team it could spread like wildfire.  I always looked to Brett Favre and how he played and how he went crazy on the field and that’s just the type of guy I want to be when I play.”

Cox has played three years behind starting QB Matthew Stafford. But Stafford is off to the NFL, and Cox will get a chance his senior season to lead a talented Georgia Bulldogs to a national championship.

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Mint Hill area lottery winners

The N.C. Educational Lottery announced today that three people from this area won significant amounts of cash in the lottery this week. Kebrab Gebrehiwot of Mint Hill won $5,000 in the “$130 Million Blockbuster”; Johnnie Mae Young of Charlotte won $10,000 in the “$200,000 Jackpot”; and Donald Camden of Indian Trail won $5,000 in “Extreme Green.” Congratulations!

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Myrick introduces amendment to prevent job outsourcing

From Myrick’s Washington office:

[singlepic=273,220,140,,right]US Representative Sue Myrick (NC-09) will introduce an amendment today that would prevent any company that receives funds as part of the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP) from outsourcing any new customer service or call center jobs to a foreign-based company.
“If companies benefit from significant taxpayer funding, they should make every effort to hire American workers. I am not aware of any companies that have received funds that have entered into new contracts with foreign-based customer service centers, but I do know that our constituents have a great deal of skepticism about the program and how their money has been spent,” Rep. Myrick said. Continue reading

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