Afternoon Brew: Peyton Hillis No Shows Charity Event, Stolen Vodka, Scared of Virgin Mary, and CMSD Official Resigns

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Good afternoon, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you turn Jesus toward the wall because you think might get lucky tonight.

— "The total value of the two bottles of vodka was $7.98." You're eying the wrong score, my thirsty friend. (WOIO)

— "The thief turned a statue of the Virgin Mary to face the wall during the break-in, the report stated." Ironically enough, the thief stole a bottle of wine. (Chronicle Telegram)

— "The only Halloween-related events held at the Club, per the website, involved trick-or-treating on October 21 and pumpkin carving three days later." This is what reporting on Peyton Hillis has come down to. (WFNY)

— A top ranking CMSD official resigned as a pending investigation moves forward about a potential improper relationship. For once, that doesn't mean having sex with a student. (19 Action News)

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