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  • Suspects sought in Hobson City shooting
  • Suspect arrested in Oxford Robbery
  • Tomatoes pulled from shelves


Suspects sought in Hobson City shooting                       

A Hobson City man is recovering today from a gunshot wound to the leg after being shot early Monday morning during an attempted armed robbery. Police reports  said the man's girlfriend was attacked by four armed men around 3 a.m. Monday morning when she went out to their car to get something. The attackers, wearing red shirts and bandanas over their faces, entered the residence, holding the woman at gunpoint. The man threw a fish bowl at the attackers and was shot in the upper thigh at which time the attackers fled the scene.



Suspect arrested in Oxford Robbery 

Police in Oxford are searching for suspects who robbed an Oxford convenience store Wednesday night. Police say that a hooded and gloved man armed with a small handgun reportedly entered the Chevron station in the 1800 block of Barry Street forcing the clerk to lie on the floor behind the counter as he took two cases of cigarettes and cash from the register. No customers were in the store during the robbery, and the clerk was not injured. Police said they are reviewing footage from the store's security cameras and are seeking a suspect.  


Tomatoes pulled from shelves 

A nationwide salmonellosis outbreak linked to certain raw tomatoes has some fast-food restaurants serving tomato-free hamburgers and other dishes.  At least one grocery store has pulled some tomatoes from its produce department and another food supplier said it was suspending shipments of the suspect tomatoes at least temporarily.  Health officials say that An outbreak of salmonella poisoning linked to uncooked tomatoes has been reported in 16 states, and the Food and Drug Administration has recommended that consumers not eat tomatoes unless they are from certain “safe areas.” The tomatoes that are believed to have caused the outbreak are certain raw red Roma, raw red plum, raw red round and products that contain those type tomatoes. The FDA reports that Since mid-April there have been 145 reported cases of salmonellosis in 16 states, including 23 hospitalizations. Cherry tomatoes, grape tomatoes and tomatoes sold with the vines still attached or home-grown tomatoes are not affected by the FDA warning.  One food supplier, said his company has not been contacted by the FDA but that it would suspend shipments of the possibly affected tomatoes for a day while it gets additional information from the U.S. Department of Agriculture as to the origin of the problem. Several fast-food restaurants contacted, including Subway, McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s and Taco Bell, said they are not serving tomatoes because of the FDA warning that was issued.


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