NOVEMBER 25, 2011
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Shopping season begins NEWS
BY NICK C. TONKIN
DAILY SOUND CORRESPONDENT
No rain is expected on Black Friday, so it will be dry and warmer for all those shoppers hoping to get a jump start on their holiday shopping. High pressure and the offshore flow should take control of our weather this weekend, bringing us a warm and dry forecast.
Mostly Sunny, Windy 70° Saturday
Above Avg. Temps 44/74°
Sunny & Warm 51/76°
Sunny & Warm 46/74°
Sunny & Warm 45/73°
NEWS IN BRIEF
Giffords serves Thanksgiving meal
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords served a Thanksgiving meal on Thursday to Air Force personnel in her first constituent event since she was shot in the head in January, her office said. Giffords dished out turkey with tongs as she stood between Brigadier General Jon Norman and her husband Mark Kelly, said Giffords' spokesman Mark Kimble. The event at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base was expected to draw more than 400 people, mostly U.S. Air Force personnel, retired service members and their families. Giffords was shot on January 8 at an event for constituents at a Tucson supermarket. College dropout Jared Loughner has been charged in the shooting spree that killed six people and wounded 13, including Giffords. She is living in Houston, where she is receiving therapy. She arrived in Tucson on Tuesday to spend the holiday with friends and family.
AT&T braces for deal collapse
AT&T said it would take a $4 billion charge in case its takeover of T-Mobile USA fails, reflecting the dwindling chances for the deal seen as job-destroying by powerful political opponents. The telecommunications group and T-Mobile owner Deutsche Telekom, said they would continue to pursue anti-trust approval for the $39 billion takeover from the U.S. Department of Justice, but withdrew for now applications to the industry regulator. "AT&T Inc and Deutsche Telekom AG are continuing to pursue the sale of Deutsche Telekom's U.S. wireless assets to AT&T," they said in a statement on Thursday, the Thanksgiving Day holiday in the United States. AT&T declined to comment on the timing of the announcement beyond the statement.
Freed US student’s family thankful
Joy Sweeney's Thanksgiving wishes were granted in a predawn email on Thursday notifying her that her son and two other American students arrested on suspicion of throwing gasoline bombs in Egypt would be freed. Sweeney said she was notified by email at 5:30 a.m. CST that Egyptian authorities would not appeal a judge's release order for her son Derrik Sweeney, 19 as well as Gregory Porter, 19, and Luke Gates, 21. They were detained this week during the protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square. "I've gone from the low lows to the high highs," she said in a telephone interview with Reuters from the family's home in Jefferson City, Missouri. "Oh my God, I'm absolutely ecstatic to have this news on Thanksgiving. He won't be home today but he'll be home soon," said Sweeney, who owns an art gallery and is executive director of Council for Drug Free Youth, a non-profit organization.
At Sears in La Cumbre Plaza, the doors opened at 4 a.m. Must be Black Friday. It’s the official beginning to the Christmas shopping season. Tens-of-thousands of shoppers will hit Santa Barbara stores today looking for a great deal. The National Retail Federation put last year’s sales estimates at $45 billion across the nation. Just about every major shopping center gets packed with people looking for bargains. Even though the official rush begins the day after Thanksgiving, stores seem to be opening up earlier and earlier in the week to capitalize on the shopping interest. Acacia Stowe at Volcom said Black Friday is one of the busiest days of the year. It marks the kickoff of the holiday shopping season and the clothing retailer keeps every staff member on hand to deal with the hordes of bargain hunters. “It’s the [people] who come out for sales and our regulars,” Stowe said. “And we have tons of regulars.” Santa Barbara’s earliest starters are Macy’s both downtown and La Cumbre Plaza, and Best Buy in Goleta, which opened doors at midnight. Best Buy has its “Doorbusters,” limited quantity items of almost any kind of electronic, from digital cameras to laptop computers. Some items require tickets, which were handed out up to two hours before the store opens. Every department of Macy’s seems to have at least one item marked “clearance” with a percentages ranging from 20-50 slashed. Jackets, sweaters, scarves, and other winter wear seem to be the most common, though handbags and boots are also available. Sears starts a little later at 4 a.m. but boasts a more extensive electronic section than its closest La Cumbre rival Macy’s. Sears continues the trend but throws in its extensive appliance and electronic sections and brings out a few unexpected products like kits for brewing beer at home and movie-theater style popcorn poppers. Of course it’s not limited to the big stores either. Volcom has its own offerings, such as 20 percent discounts as well as gifts with certain purchases. There are also some local places that enjoy their own preopening followers.
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John LaPointe at the Yes Store, located this year on State Street across from Paseo Nuevo, said the seasonal cooperative gift gallery has its own modest but dedicated following that shows up before opening. Offering jewelry, pottery, art, and other items from local artists, he said many families have made the store a tradition. “Our Black Friday is more of a ‘Grey Friday,’” LaPointe said. “It’s lot more warm Clint Coulter, currently working at As Seen On TV, is a La Cumbre Plaza veteran, having held jobs at Kay Bee Toys, and Hallmark. He said the plaza gets packed on Black Friday, security doubles its staff for the day. “It gets busy to the point where you have to drive 15 minutes around trying to find a parking spot,” Coulter said. Some people opt to avoid the crowds and go digital. While still a tiny fraction of the Black Friday sales, Debbie Kuehl and Jill Means both prefer to avoid the crowds and instead poke around the online deals before spending the Friday with friends and family. “Braving the crowds? No thanks,” Means said. “Time with family is what I do.”
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Custodian allegedly steals food; man arrested for bothering boys BY NICK C. TONKIN
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Nov. 21, 4:10 p.m.: A woman allegedly fought with Ralph’s security after they stopped her for stealing alcohol. A security agent allegedly saw the woman take a bottle of alcohol off the shelf and leave without paying for it. When security tried to detain the 21-year-old woman, she began to fight to get away, punching one agent in the chest, then biting her finger, and scratching her hand. A search of the woman’s handbag found additional stolen cosmetics and food that totaled almost $200. Police arrested her for burglary and battery and booked her into county jail on $20,000 bail. Nov. 21, 5:15 p.m.: Littering allegedly got a 60-year-old man arrested for stealing newspapers. An officer stopped the man on the 800 block of East Mason Street after seeing him litter. A background check found an outstanding warrant for the man’s arrest. While searching the man, the officer found 10 pieces of metal the size and shape of a quarter. After questioning, the man said he used the fake “quarters” to get newspapers out of the machines. He admitted to using them 3 times. He was arrested for the warrant and possessing tools used for theft and booked into county jail without bail. Nov. 19, 1 a.m.: An Oxnard man allegedly tried to break open the front window of Joe’s Café. The head of security at Joe’s allegedly saw the man go to the front and pick up one of the metal poles used to hold up ropes for the patron lines. He then allegedly threw the pole into one of the front windows, scratching the glass and knocking the wooden frame loose, causing about $2,000 worth of damage. Security detained him until police arrived and arrested him for felony vandalism and booked him into county jail on $20,000 bail.
Nov. 18, 4:30 p.m.: Surveillance footage caught a Santa
Barbara City College custodian stealing food from the snack shop. A supervisor started noticing items such as candy, soda, and frozen hamburgers, going missing since the fall and went to review security footage. One tape allegedly showed the custodian taking a soda can and slipping it in his pocket. Another allegedly showed him putting a bag of frozen fish inside another bag and then taking a six-pack of soda. The 49-year-old man admitted he’d stolen a loaf of bread once. He was arrested for two counts of burglary and booked into county jail on $20,000 bail.
Nov. 18, 6:05 p.m.: Officers arrested a man for allegedly harassing a group of boys. The 29-year-old man allegedly followed the boys into a residence on the 100 block of West Ortega after watching them play outside. He told them they were “cute”. The mother came in and told the man to leave. He didn’t and said he needed some advice but walked out when the mother’s roommate came in. Police found the man standing by a parked car outside. He told them he worked for a moving company and was there to give a quote. No resident reported moving. A background check revealed the man was on parole for drug charges. He was arrested for burglary, annoying a minor, and a parole violation and booked into county jail.
Nov. 18, 6:13 p.m.: Police arrested a man for allegedly cursing and throwing an apple at McDonald’s employees. The 51-year-old man allegedly came into the restaurant and started cursing at employees. The manager asked the man to leave when a patron walked out. The man then allegedly went into the restroom and refused to come out until police arrived. The manager reported that the man had been in three times that week, cursed at employees, challenged them to fights, and threw an apple at one of them. The man claimed he threw the apple “playfully” at the employee. Police arrested him for trespassing and challenging See CRIME BLOTTER, page 9
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Nov. 17, 11 a.m.: An officer arrested two women for allegedly using stolen credit card numbers and drug possession. The officer had been told a stolen credit card number had been used to make purchases in Camarillo and that the 39-year-old woman
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