March 2013
Missoula Independent;3/14/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p12
The article offers world news briefs as of March 14-21, 2013. University of Louisville police accused Terry J. Davis, a resident of Louisville, of shoplifting after surveillance video cameras from the university bookstore. An employee of a school in Texas was shot with bullet in his leg due to mechanical malfunction. Rodney Dwayne Valentine, a prisoner in Rockingham County, North Carolina jail, was trespassed and rearrested by the deputies of the jail after he refused to leave the jail.


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