Oak Hill City Hall security cameras stolen 7/12/18

Date: 7/12/2018 Time: 0842   Invest Asgn:   
Header: LARCENY   Location: 240 CUMMINGS STREET OH   Business Name: Nancy Cumming Park 

Date: 7/12/2018 Time: 0842   Invest Asgn:   
Header: LARCENY   Location: 240 CUMMINGS STREET OH   Business Name: Nancy Cumming Park 

On 07/12/2018 at 0842 hours, Deputy Lococo responded to Oak Hill City Hall in reference to a theft investigation. Upon arrival, Deputy Lococo made contact with Terry Payne (R1), who works for the city. R-1 told Deputy Lococo sometime between 07-09-2018 at 1420 and 07-12-2018 at 1025, S-1 entered Nancy Cumming Park, cutting the wires of the security cameras then stealing all 4 cameras. The total loss to the city park was 294.72. Case is continued.



News of Record for Friday, July 13, 2018 Volusia

News of Record for Friday, July 13, 2018

COUNTY JAIL DOCKET (The following people were booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail on felony charges yet to be proven in court.):

excerpts follow:

 Brian R. Kenyon Jr, 31, Lakeland, video voyeurism;

Quade L. Eubanks, 20, South Daytona, possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia;

Billie A. Carter, 19, Port Orange, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance (3), possession of paraphernalia;

Amber M. Taynor, 24, Port Orange, possession of heroin, possession of paraphernalia, grand theft, court violation

Stuart Aviles, 56, DeLand, corruption by threat against public official, trespassing on property other than a structure or conveyance;

Joshua D. Winzens, 28, South Daytona, burglary of a conveyance, grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, operating a vehicle while driver’s license is suspended, canceled or revoked

John M. Wilhite, 56, Port Orange, battery second offense, violation of condition of pretrial release;

complete list at http://www.news-journalonline.com/news/20180713/news-of-record-for-friday-july-13-2018

Experimental new format for Hank’s social media

My web site, http://www.portorangebolo.com will contain a radio log up in the Tweets section up on top of the web page.

Political and other items will be published as a post on http://www.portorangebolo.com below the Tweets.

References to new posts on http://www.portorangebolo.com will be carried on my Twitter account (port orange new @poimages) as well as my face book page, port orange area news.

I will give this a try and see how it works out. — hank

posted 531pm 7 13 18 friday

depression often presented as “anger turned inward”

…. I’m going to call that pain depression, because depression, particularly in men (and children), often presents as anger. In fact, depression more generally has been described as “anger turned inward,” and though you’re the target of your son’s outbursts, I imagine that his self-directed anger—his critical inner voice—is even harsher than what he hurls your way…


at https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2018/06/dear-therapist-son-financial-support/563747/?utm_source=atltw

U.S Cavalry – compassion to Indians – Movie

see movie trailer at bottom of this web page – Not everyone in the Cavalry wanted to keep the Indians off their land. Following orders predicament — hank springer

….Set in 1887, the film recounts the defiant migration of 300 Cheyennes from their reservation in Oklahoma territory to their original home in Wyoming…..

John Ford’s last western film, Cheyenne Autumn was allegedly produced to compensate for the hundreds of Native Americans who had bitten the dust in Ford’s earlier films (that was the director’s story, anyway). Set in 1887, the film recounts the defiant migration of 300 Cheyennes from their reservation in Oklahoma territory to their original home in Wyoming. They have done this at the behest of chiefs Little Wolf (Ricardo Montalban) and Dull Knife (Gilbert Roland), peaceful souls who have been driven to desperate measures because the US government has ignored their pleas for food and shelter. Since the Cheyennes’ trek is in defiance of their treaty, Captain Thomas Archer (Richard Widmark), who agrees with the Indians in principle, reluctantly leads his troops in pursuit of the tribe. While there was never any intention to shed blood, the white press finds it politically expedient to distort the Cheyennes’ action into a declaration of war. Thanks to the cruelties of such chauvinistic whites as Captain Oscar Wessels (Karl Malden), the Cheyennes are forced to defend themselves–and whenever Indians take arms against whites in the 1880s, it’s usually misrepresented as a massacre. Only the intervention of US secretary of the interior Carl Schurz (Edward G. Robinson) prevents the hostilities from erupting into wholesale bloodshed. Based on a novel by Mari Sandoz, Cheyenne Autumn is a cinematic elegy–not only for the beleaguered Cheyennes, but for John Ford’s fifty years in pictures. It is weakest when arbitrarily throwing in a wearisome romance between Richard Widmark and pacifistic schoolmarm Carroll Baker, who out of sympathy for the Indians has joined them in their 1500-mile westward journey. When the Warner Bros. people decided that the film ran too long, they chopped out the wholly unnecessary but very funny episode involving a poker-obsessed Wyatt Earp (James Stewart). Contrary to popular belief, this episode was included in the earliest non-roadshow prints of Cheyenne Autumn; the scene was excised only when the film went into its second and third runs in 1966 (it has since been restored) – https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/cheyenne_autumn/

see movie trailer at https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/cheyenne_autumn/

My HOA is in litigation with a resident of the community

A resident in my HOA who is a defendant in HOA litigation which is aimed at forcing him and his father to sell their home has submitted a comment which he hopes I as editor would publish. Mostly, the comment reviews his recollection of the time line and details of the issues which started some years ago. As much as I would like to publish his comment, I am not going to do so, out of caution to not hinder the judicial review which is slated to happen in a court of law.  Lawyers are fully involved for the plaintiff and the defendant.

— sincerely and honestly — hank springer, editor – posted 1045am 6 29 18 friday.

All the news that’s not fit to print – 6 28 18

The last two days of news has affected me.  Trying to follow the law on illegal immigration when using  the kids as pawns. Congress grilling Rostein, both parties using information or the lack of it for political advantage for the next election. And then the shooting of news paper reporters because of some grudge held since 2012?

I asked my daughter yesterday if she noticed all the bad things coming out in the news which go back to around 2013? Around that year in my HOA some bad deceit,,  conflicts between two neighbors got my HOA board involved in litigation to kick a 90 yr. old veteran out of his retirement home because some people on the board named his son as a nuisance. This litigation is still going on and the next court date is July 3, 2018.

I may feel better tomorrow  morning.  If not, I will tell my readers that I am starting a vacation from referencing all the news.  I think l will know if I need a vacation by tomorrow morning when I wake up.  Maybe a little change in scenery will be good for me. Maybe I will go down to the beach, set up an umbrella and read a book.

I have the feeling that this thing with Trump might start a civil war.  What was that I heard in the 1960s? — was it” I understand their anger”. I sense that there is a feeling around that people don;;t have control of their lives, or if everything is going alright, that could change overnight. With all the infinite, haphazard complexities of life, maybe due to advances in technology which have jumped too far ahead of our human evolution , there is a feeling of anxiousness, frustration, and anger. Maybe the saying has some validity — “ignorance is bliss”.

Going to sleep on it and see how I feel tomorrow. I am ok, but tonight feeling down, because I see TOO MUCH negative news. I understand that good news now a days only means that people are doing what they are suppose to do,

Sorry for the rant.  Maybe letting it out will do some good for me, but I go to sleep now generally disgusted with the news. I always have been a news junkie, but maybe now a lot of us are getting too much news.  I feel guilty tonight that I have felt delight in referencing  the news, sharing the news, and it might be dawning on me, that we cant handle the truth., or at least all this information.

I;ll get back to you tomorrow. Good night –  hank

posted 1057pm 6 28 18 thursday