The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 26, 1998 · Page 12
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

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12A THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1998 Man kills self after confessing to murders PUBLIC AUCTION URGENT DISPOSAL BLHLCUBOM70701672 I GROSS WT.: 12,329 LBS. - FOREIGN PORT OF LADING: MUMBAI 72297 CARRIER: NOL-RISSO - RELEASED 81697 NEW YORK CARGO CONSISTING OF 34 BALES PLUS ADDITIONS HANDMADE ORIENTAL CARPETS and RUGS ORDERED LIQUIDATED BY CONSIGNEES TO MEET IMPENDING BILLS OF EXCHANGE. U.S. GOV'T CUSTOMS CLEARED, CERTIFIED HANDMADE IN HIGH VALUE KNOTTED SILKS AND WOOLS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH U.S. GOV'T REGULATIONS EACH CARPET WILL BE LABELED WITH COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND FIBER CONTENT. ALL IMPORT DUTIES, TAXES AND FREIGHT PAID. . GOODS RELEASED ONLY FOR IMMEDIATE DISPOSAL, PAYMENT AND REMOVAL ONE DAY ONLY Sunday, March 29th A Jacksonville security guard locks himself in a bathroom while being interviewed by deputies mmwrntm p www wm wm - clip-N-SAVE iwhwuhhh I Bv Don at in a Your Car. Boat or House to I gle, Lancaster said. A preliminary autopsy showed he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Beagle had a concealed weapon permit but deputies never checked him for weapons Tuesday because he voluntarily talked to police, Gronikowski said. A blast of buckshot knocked Hill out of his deer stand in the Osceola National Forest. Five days later, Wood was shot in the back as he waited along a deer trail in the Camp Blanding Wildlife Management Area. Transferred for Convenience to: OMNI WEST PALM BEACH HOTEL 1 601 Belvedere Head, Wert Palm Beach, Across from Airport The Aleph Institute! I cdcc WF'VE UFT PET. ANY The Associated Press MIDDLEBURG A man suspected of killing two hunters in the woods in 1993 shot himself to death in a sheriffs station bathroom after a nine-hour standoff during which he slid his confession under the door. ! The body of Jimmie Ray Beagle, 40, was found early Wednesday in the toilet of the substation, AUCTION 2:00 P.M. BALES OPENED FOR INSPECTION 1:00 P.M. ' Terms: Visa, MC, AMEX, Cash, Check with I.D., 10 Buyer's Premium Packing and forwarding facllltlaa avallaMa lor thOM wtahlno to ra-aroort thatr rum. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This moat unuaual aat of clrcumatancaa creates a unlqus opportunity for IrWiewwi, niwmmxvtw, wan ruwut, iv VULWW XirtjrTHMV TWW MCI UnUSUW, Iv rtri TOWING THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES! CONDITION s The Full Value of Your Vehicle is Tax Deductible J 5 1 1 -800-546-A UTO(2836) ! FLUc.AU234,AB144. new ana antiqu, aim ana wow unvmai cwtwib ana rugs. AUCTIOr INTERNATIONAL AUCTIONEERS OF RARE ORIENTAL CARPETS. itsandruas. AUCTIONEER: where a poster on the wall offers a $42,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the hunt ers killer. "We are convinced today that Jimmie Ray Beagle committed both of these violent crimes and !we are convinced that he acted alone and robbery was the mo o tive," said Clay County Sheriff Scott Lancaster. S .The slayings of Don Hill, 63, and Gregory Allan Wood, 35, both of Orange Park, had gener ated fear of all strangers in the north Florida woodlands popular .with hunters, hikers and camp- prs. Each was shot at close range and their wallets were stolen. ! "I cannot tell you why in five-day period in (November) 1993 Jimmie Ray Beagle decided to kill two innocent hunters and fob them," Lancaster said. Investigators began pursuing the case in earnest last August when a gun stolen from the hunters turned up in a pawnshop just south of here, in Palatka. They traced the weapon through i4 transactions to determine that Beagle was the prime suspect, Lancaster said. J He was interviewed three times before Tuesday's 90-minute round of questioning, in which he gave inconsistent ac-tounts. j "It is hard to remember lies," said Sgt. Wes Gronikowski. j Beagle, who worked as a private security guard for Wacken-hut Security in Jacksonville, was given permission to go to the pathroom and when he did not return after 10 minutes, deputies went to check on him. ! When he refused to come out, Lt. Jimm Redmond kicked in the , w door and found a .357-caliber Magnum aimed at his forehead, Lancaster said. i Redmond shut the door and Beagle did not fire. ! At one point during the nine-hour standoff, Beagle slid a piece of paper under the door on which he confessed to the killings. ! Negotiators tried to talk him but of the toilet before tear gas was released into the air ducts. In response, Beagle fired several shots through the wooden door and a SWAT team returned fire, Gronikowski said, j None of their shots hit Bea 2 Judge stays execution of Florida killer With 31 convenient BellSouth Mobility Store locations. the Associated Press I TOPEKA, Kan. A federal judge granted a reprieve Wednesday to Daniel Remeta, who was scheduled to die in Florida's electric chair next week for one murder in a three-state killing spree 13 years ago. Remeta, who once said he "just liked to kill people," faced electrocution Tuesday in Florida in the 1985 shooting of Mehrle HI ALE AH 305-556-4849 1295 W. 49th St. AVENTURA 305-682-8000 20335 Biscayne Blvd. DORAL 305-593-1180 9573 NW 41st St. FLAGLER PARK 305-261-1338 8279 W. Flagler St. MIAMI LAKES 305-622-6300 5600 NW 167th St. MIAMI BEACH 305-534-7323 339 41st St. MIAMI 305-350-2527 550 Brickell Ave. CORAL REEF 305-259-6566 13777 SW 152nd St. KENDALL 305-273-5120 8941 SW 107th Ave. MILLER SQUARE 305-388-8308 13874 SW 56th St. CORAL GABLES 305-445-5335 2299 Ponce de Leon Blvd. S U N I L A N D 305-259-4393 11525 S. Dixie Hwy. HOMESTEAD 305-245-9495 825 N. Homestead Blvd. MARATHON 800-772-KEYS 9713 Overseas Hwy. KEY WEST 305-296-5007 1117 Key Plaza 1 V R O BEACH 561-567-1375 2176 58th Ave. 17 2 ROYA I PAIM BEACH 561-753-8586 10123 Southern Blvd. 18 D WEST PALM BEACH 561-478-7344 1889 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. 19 4 WEST BOY N TON BEACH 561-732-1114 149N Congress Ave. 20 5 GREEN ACRES 561-964-7207 6722 Forest Hill Blvd. I EAST BOYNTON BEACH 561-732-1495 1602 Federal Hwy. '22 7 D EIR AY BEACH 561-272-3811 1000 Linton Blvd. 23 I BOCA RATON 561-451-0400 9834 Glades Rd. 24 f CORAL SPRINGS 954-753-4422 2204 University Dr. (g) FT. LAUDERDALE 954-776-3952 6311 N. Andrews Ave. II DEERFIELD BEACH 954-421-1503 27 S Federal Hwy. 27 12 POMPANO FASHION M A 1 1-K I OS K 954-943-1811 1400 NE 23rd St. IS DAVIE 954-473-4004 2056 S. University Dr. 2 14 HOLLYWOOD 954-981-7090 5043 Sheridan St. j) 15 EAST FT. LAUDERDALE 954-537-6001 1525 N Federal Hwy Chet Keeder, bU, a convenience store clerk in Ocala. U.S. District Judge Dale Saffels stayed the execution indefinitely, giving Remeta time to have the Kansas Court of Appeals consider his appeal on two of W PEMBROKE PINES 954-431-4434 18275 Pines Blvd. :r j Bring This Coupon To Any J BellSouth Mobility Store On Friday, ' , Saturday, or Sunday To Receive Q Sales & Service Center All locations open 7 days a week, even on Sunday More phones More service plans Call toll-free 930-1106 BELLSOUTH Mobility' Count On It. Offer valid on March 27, 28. and 29. 1998 only at participating BellSouth Mobility locations. Limit one coupon per person. Not good on previous purchases. Offer not available in conjunction with other accessory discounts. BellSouth Mobility employees, authorized agents, representatives, dealers, retailers and resellers and their personnel are not eligible to participate in promotion Coupon has no cash value Reproductions of coupon will not be accepted No ramchecks Customer will be responsible for applicable saies tax. Note to salesperson enter P1 line type for discount. $10 I I i I three Kansas murder convictions. His attorney filed an appeal in October with the Kansas appellate court but it has not yet been set for hearing. "After considering the nature of the claims and the relevant case law, the court concludes petitioner has made a sufficient showing to warrant a stay to permit due consideration of his claims of unconstitutional convictions," Saffels wrote in his order. The federal judge said he concluded Remeta's appeal "should not be dismissed based upon (his) failure to exhaust state court remedies." The Kansas Attorney Generate Office, working with the Florida Attorney General's Office, filed an immediate appeal with the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver in an attempt to get the execution back on track. Remeta was scheduled to be tLe fourth Florida inmate executed in nine davs after a yearlong lu3. ' , : i. ' . Off Any Accessory J Purchase Of $25 Or More. FrVid:r 3 i- irp"f 7"!

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