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January 8, 2013

Police looking into pair of robberies WARREN — Police here were looking for suspects in two unrelated robberies at different stores Sunday. Shortly after 3 p.m....

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Billdog

Jan-09-13 1:33 PM

I never blamed ANYBODY but me for my addiction. Most people go to casino's and don't give every penny they have, most people drink alcohol and are not alcoholics, most people use prescription drugs with out becoming addicts. So, way should those (the majority) not be allowed to enjoy them selves in an activity because a few don't know limits?

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Billdog

Jan-09-13 1:01 PM

22 years drug free for me Zenieth. Alcoholics would be alcoholics if it weren't for the alcohol producers? No body makes anybody go to the casino.

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Zenieth

Jan-08-13 2:26 PM

Obviously you've never had an addiction have you dog? It doesn't have anything to do with another individual aiding in your problem. The fact is, is there weren't casinos there wouldn't be gamblers, period ... So, what's your point? Stupidity effects every single addict and it doesn't matter who they are .....

Just my opinion based on what I have experienced in my lifetime ........

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Zenieth

Jan-08-13 1:52 PM

The demise continues with masked men and gun inflicted thefts. This will only worsen as the drug issues continue to grip the area. Stay tuned as there will be much more to follow.

Gamblers looking for some "holiday luck" lost their money anyway. This was NOT a wonderful idea to begin with. How many more people will suffer from this get rich quick addiction? The families, children will be the biggest victims ..... shame on you Ohio.

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Billdog

Jan-08-13 1:42 PM

Nobody makes gamblers gamble anymore than somebody forces junkies to take drugs or drunks to drink alcohol. If somebody is stupid enough to give their money away it's their problem.

I wonder what Mr. Leach was in prison for in the first place? I'm sure there is victim out there should take him to civil court and take his new found wealth.

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Zenieth

Jan-08-13 7:23 AM

The demise continues with masked men and gun inflicted thefts. This will only worsen as the drug issues continue to grip the area. Stay tuned as there will be much more to follow.

Gamblers looking for some "holiday luck" lost their money anyway. This was NOT a wonderful idea to begin with. How many more people will suffer from this get rich quick addiction? The families, children will be the biggest victims ..... shame on you Ohio.

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