Two family-friendly Home Depot employees cited for theft: Highland Heights Police Blotter

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ohio



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Theft: Wilson Mills Road

An employee of Home Depot was arrested Oct. 1 for the theft of $242 worth of merchandise over three separate transactions. The Euclid woman, 82, was suspected of under-ringing items for her family and friends.

A second employee was also arrested that day for theft. The Euclid woman, 60, was allowing a fellow employee to pass through the checkout line without paying on multiple occasions. The total value of the theft was $854.

Disturbance: Wilson Mills Road

Around 8:15 a.m. Sept. 30, a man wearing a blonde wig was said to be yelling to himself behind Panini’s. Officers located the Cleveland man, 57, and were familiar with him. He checked OK, was advised of an outstanding warrant with North Randall police and given a courtesy ride to the library I Richmond Heights.

Theft: Alpha

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Children who spend a lot of time outdoors benefit from exposure to nature in myriad ways, some of which may surprise even the most devoted outdoorsmen. According to a 2006 study published in the journal Human Dimensions of Wildlife, fifth-graders who attended school at a local prairie wetlands where lessons in science, math and writing were integrated in an experimental way had significantly stronger reading and writing skills than their peers who attended more traditional schools.

Another study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health found that holding a class outdoors one day a week significantly improved the daily cortisol patterns of students, reducing their risk of stress and improving their ability to adapt to stress.

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