Afternoon Brew: Dead Fish, Beating Cops, Apology for Attempted Robbery, and the Kelley Willams-Bolar Saga Laid Out




Good afternoon, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read you decide to go for happy hour. Seriously, where should we go for happy hour? Help us.

— Cops come looking for you? Do you: C) Explain you'll get home by yourself, then return to where they found you, break a car window, and resist arrest. (Lorain Morning Journal)

— A lake in Solon that is supposed to be full of live perch for fishing is full of dead perch. That is a problem. (19 Action News)

— The Kelley Williams-Bolar saga, from the beginning. Highly recommended. (

— A man apologized to a cashier before attempting to rob a store. The cashier didn't apologize when he asked to see the "gun" the guy had. (19 Action News)

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