TPD Investigating Weekend Auto Burglaries At Multiple Hotels

TUSCALOOSA, AL. — The Tuscaloosa Police Department says more than 20 victims reported auto burglaries at multiple hotels around the city over the weekend.

TPD confirmed to Patch that it began receiving calls Sunday morning from victims claiming their vehicles had been broken into while in hotel parking lots. Instances of auto burglary were reported at Hotel Indigo on Greensboro Avenue, Comfort Inn on Jack Warner Parkway, Microtel Inn on Veterans Memorial Parkway and Hampton Inn on Harper Lee Drive.

Investigators said the burglaries, which involved windows busted out of many of the vehicles, either occurred Saturday night or early into the morning hours Sunday. It is also believed the same person or group of people is responsible.

Items were reportedly stolen from some of the vehicles, while others were rummaged through, with nothing taken.

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What’s The Best Way To Downsize Payments On Multiple Cars?

As Jalopnik’s resident car-buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week we are discussing downsizing payments on multiple cars and buying new cars instead of used while there’s an inflated market for pre-owned vehicles.

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First up, if you have several cars and too much loan debt, what is the best way to manage it?

“I have a 2020 Gladiator that I lease. I have 24 payments left at $650 a month (rolled in equity from trading another lease in too soon). I also have a 2015 Miata – 3 years left at 4.75% – $452 a month – $13500 owed. We just bought a new house and our mortgage payment is significantly higher than it was. I can afford everything, but will have very little left over in reserve.

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Going once, going twice … multiple properties on the auction block | Local Business News

The properties range from the Stoysich House of Sausage 3,000-square-foot building in west Omaha to a 62-acre tract of land in Sarpy County.

In the case of two parcels, one in Bellevue and the other in northwest Omaha, the owner bought them a decade ago for bank branches that never materialized.

A 12-acre site in Bennington was once a developer’s desired spot for a townhouse project, but that plan changed.

Neary said the pandemic has prompted people to reassess many things, and property holdings are no exception. He said most of the sites to be auctioned were slated for commercial development, but the better use today might be residential.

He said this is the first multiple-property auction coordinated by Investors Realty brokers, and it might become an annual event. The auction also will be available online through Proxibid.

11 key developments around the Omaha metro area

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Multiple agencies locate missing 12-year-old Mt. Juliet boy with special needs

MT. JULIET, Tenn. (WKRN) — Mt. Juliet Police have announced that a missing 12-year-old boy with special needs has been found safe with assistance from an MNPD helicopter, Airport Police and K9 units from Rutherford County. There is no longer an active search.

Mt. Juliet Police Captain Tyler Chandler said police became involved when the boy ran away and he continued to run away from police. An hour and a half into the search, the helicopter was able to locate the boy and help law enforcement reach him.

The boy ran into the parking lot of Mt. Juliet High School where police found him on top of a car. Captain Chandler said a high school homecoming game was taking place at the time.

Tonight he is home safe with his family and thankfully there were no injures.


MT. JULIET, Tenn. (WKRN) — Mt. Juliet Police need your help

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Top Reasons for Using the Same Car Insurance Provider for Multiple Vehicles

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 20, 2020 / ( has launched a new blog post that explains how insuring multiple cars by the same company will help drivers save car insurance money.

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2 or more cars belonging to the same household is something quite common across the United States. Families with multiple cars should opt to insure all of them under the same contract. This provides the following benefits:

  • Fewer documents and bills to deal with. All vehicles are insured on the same policy and this will save time by meeting with just one insurer and completing one policy. It is recommended to contact the insurer and be advised regarding an appropriate level of liability coverage. Companies recommend having a contract that totally covers the value of the most expensive car mentioned in the contract.
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