Police Briefs

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Posted on Sep 14 2000

Worker attacks colleague

An angry garment factory worker attacked her co-worker after she found out that there was no more rice left for her at the kitchen for breakfast.

Police arrested Zheny Lu Li, 28, an employee of Mariana Fashions, after she assaulted another worker Tuesday around 8:00 a.m., according to DPS spokesperson Rose Ada.

Investigation showed that Ms. Li went to work to get her breakfast but was disappointed to find out that the cafeteria had ran out of rice. Instead of thanking a fellow worker for offering her food, Ms. Li took a knife and attacked the employee.

She has been charged with assault and arrested by the police.

14-year-old arrested for
marijuana possession

Police arrested a 14-year-old male student of Hopwood Junior High for possession of marijuana Tuesday afternoon. Three students from Marianas High School were also arrested on the same day at around 2:00 p.m. for possession of tobacco.

They were all brought to the Criminal Investigation Juvenile Section for questioning.

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