Shots were fired, but no one was injured and the carjacking was unsuccessful.The charges say that Jeffries fired a round into the roof of the car when the car’s 83 year old owner tried to wrestle the gun away from him. Jeffries had the gun pointed at the man’s wife, who he’s been married to for 54 years.After that, Jeffries, was taken into custody behind the strip mall as he tried to run away.Peckman later died from his injuries at an area hospital.Police said that Peckman worked at the apartment complex that Jeffries was spotted at earlier.They say they don’t know exactly when they crossed paths, but don’t believe they knew one another before the shooting happened.Prosecutors requested a bond of $250,000 for Jeffries.The fatal shooting was the first in Blue Springs this year.On Friday, KCTV5 News learned more about Peckman after a friend and coworker shared his memories of him.He had worked at the apartment complex for 24 years doing contract work.would certainly give you the shirt off his back, but he would also be the type that would follow back up a week later and see how it fit,” said Frank Oguin, who worked with him for the past three years.saw him as an inspiration,” he said. “He was kind of a mentor to me.
The petition specifically describes that racially biased taunts were made by the Fairview crowd and that is why Spencer confronted a parent.3/19/2008 12:37:16 PMBoulder_native, have you had your bran flakes and prune juice this morning?Okay, maybe these kids will wait to get into CU before they skip class and smoke pot. .3/19/2008 12:42:57 PMI had Spencer as a coach at BHS back in the day when he was a volunteer.
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Yeah, I agree on the Browns. On paper atleast, they look like they might do some damage this year. Their defense was playing better last year, they got a good coach and they have a few offensive weapons so they might let it rip. SPEAKER’S BIOGRAPHY: Bob Tippee is Editor of Oil Gas Journal, a weekly trade magazine, and its web site, Oil Gas Journal Online. Since joining the Journal in 1977, he has written on all aspects of the international petroleum industry, with special interest in economics, energy policy, geophysics, and the Middle East. He also has won the Cicero Speechwriting Award and is the 2010 recipient of American Business Medias Crain Award.