Daily Archives: February 21, 2015
Pre-Oscar Meal at Mel’s Diner, located in Reno, Nevada (Tomorrow! Sunday Night, February 22, 2015) “Barnum and Dailey presents…”
As it may turn out, Reno may be the hot ticket location before the Oscar Award Show and all the red carpet E! interviews in real-time this Sunday from Hollywood.
Come check out all the celebrities in Northern Nevada – like the service and hostess staff at Mel’s.
Come early, stay late, casual attire will be OK 2, eat it all, and better leave a big tip…
D. A. D. Publishing & Associates
[ for musement only ]
ASSUMED VAGRANT DUMPED OFF IN DOWNTOWN RENO [What a Strange Way to ‘Rid’ the Community of Homelessness!]
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Minden, Nevada (February 21, 2015) – ASSUMED VAGRANT DUMPED OFF IN DOWNTOWN RENO – A senior single white male was transported by private Douglas County van after dark Friday night and abandoned in neighboring Washoe County. Despite being in need of medical care, the man was left without financial resources at the Amtrak train station at closing time.
Many local residents of Douglas County, Nevada, report that being homeless is a crime punishable by time in jail, fines, and extradition to either Reno or Carson County. Appearing to be a vagrant and not having a home or motel room places international visitors and American citizens at-risk.
The Douglas County Sheriffs Office was contacted but did not comment why one officer last Wednesday ordered the local visitor to “get out of town” in front of the County Social Services Office, located on Cemetery Lane.
The alleged suspect checked into Reno’s Renown Medical Center at 2:00 a.m., was first discharged around 2:30 a.m., returned to the emergency room later in the morning and was released at 11:30 a.m. PST.
The victim reports that during his 14 day stay in the “twin towns” of Minden and Gardnerville, he was questioned by 15 county sheriff deputies.
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