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Saturday, February 24, 2024

Summerfield woman reports gun safe, television stolen in burglary

A gun safe and television were reportedly stolen from a woman’s home in Summerfield.

A Marion County sheriff’s deputy responded to a  residence located on SE 87 Court in reference to a residential burglary and grand theft, according to an incident report. Upon arrival, the deputy made contact with the victim who advised that between 4 a.m. on Monday and 1 p.m. on Tuesday, someone broke into her residence and stole two items. The victim stated she was in the process of moving and when she left Monday, her gun safe and television were in the residence. When she returned to the residence on Tuesday, both items were gone. The estimated loss for both items is $950, the report stated.

The victim showed the deputy where the unknown suspect attempted to pry the back door open, causing approximately $50 in damages. She then directed the deputy to an open window that had been locked when the victim left on Monday.

We should not vote for anyone spreading Russian propaganda

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Poinciana woman contends we should not vote for anyone for re-election that has knowingly spread Russian propaganda in the halls of our government.

Please reconsider closing down Texas Hold’ em poker games

A Village of Marsh Bend resident is hoping officials in The Villages will reconsider its decision to shut down Texas Hold’em games.

Ralph is embarrassing himself in rants about Trump

A Village of Piedmont resident fears that frequent letter writer Ralph Bennett is embarrassing himself in his rants about former President Trump.

Shocked to see bumper sticker at Lake Sumter Landing

A Haciendas of Mission Hills resident writes that he was shocked to see a bumper sticker at Lake Sumter Landing.

Don’t take poker away from residents who need it most

A Village of Calumet Grove resident, in a Letter to the Editor, is pleading with officials in The Villages to restore the poker games that mean so much to residents.