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I’m bob schaper in for matt templeman. The lane county sheriff’s office says 42 year old robert martinez junior was armed when a deputy approached the stolen vehicle he was in. They say martinez got out and wouldn’t cooperate and the deputy fired.
“This is a historic deployment,” said Col. Tye R. Wallace, 31st MEU Commanding Officer. And manager of the Vineland Cooperative Company Ltd. Was instantly killed and his car absolutely demolished when extra No. 678, a work train in charge of engineer Cardwell and conductor Nopper, struck him at the first Grand Trunk level crossing west of Vineland.
“After a series of discussions over the past several weeks, Andy and I both came to the conclusion that it was in our mutual interest to part ways,” Dartmouth Director of Athletics and Recreation Harry Sheehy said. “These situations are never easy, but in the end we agreed that a change would be best for the lacrosse program and for Andy. I want to thank Andy for 10 years of dedicated service to Dartmouth and the men’s lacrosse program.