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Woman in custody after allegedly assaulting officer

A 26-year-old woman was in police custody this morning after she allegedly assaulted a uniformed law enforcement officer in the Alapai area just after midnight.

The unidentified officer suffered bodily injury at 12:05 a.m., police said. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of first-degree assault against a law enforcement officer.

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  • “allegedly assualting officer”
    “harrassing employees”

    Oh for Gawd’s sake. The first two headlines on the main page and both contain egregious spelling errors. It’s “assaulted” and “harassing”. Please. These are high school newspaper errors.

    • All you people need to quit with the complaining about typo and spelling errors. If the meaning is clear, what difference does it really make? We’re not in grade school taking a class in English, writing, or spelling.

      Remember, when you type on a computer keyboard, tablets, or phones, it’s easy for the computer/tablet/phone not to take the stroke. It’s also easy to inadvertently hit the adjacent key.

        • “To err is human” Personnaly commit many myself especially when using my I-pad or the mini-pad. Also have a habit of omitting articles and connectives and even sentence structure. Can blame age as I’m 91 this last June.. See omitted “my”!

      • One way it makes a difference is that people who have never met a writer will make judgements about the writer’s character and intelligence based upon the information available. In this case, it’s how the writer uses the written language. These judgements also may be extended to the organization as a whole. When one’s livelihood depends on use of language it would seem prudent to pay attention. Of course we live in an era where folks behave as if they believe that spell check is equivalent to editing.

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