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12 TUESDAY, JUNE 7- THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 " Cape Gazette A__ "That's about the size of a jun- They raised concerns about artm ts e n ior suite at a Holiday Inn Ex- the size of the apartments and press," Wheatley said. who would want to live in such a Continued from page 9 Ingram replied that some re- small space, maintenance of the erwise quiet community. tired people and professionals property and traffic in a quiet "We feel comfortable with the small apartments for adults. But are looking for small rental units area. people around us, and we would tbe actual size raised some eye- that require very little upkeep. "The size he is talking about is like to remain to feel safe," she brows. He said the units would be single not much more than a shack," said. Commission Chairman Bob story with no more than two said Calvin Buffer, who lives next Another nearby resident, Wheatley and Lawrence Lank, bedrooms, door to the parceL James Larson, said the apart- director of county planning and Residents who live near In- "We have a nice neighbor- ments do not appear to be a zoning, calculated the size of the gram's 4-acre parcel did not sup- hood, and we would like to keep place where someone would apartments at about 350 square port the application, it that way" want to live. feet. His wife, Estelle Butler, said the apartment complex would ........... create traffic and noise in an oth- : BEEBEAUxILiARY "' SEEKS VOLUNTEERS Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary needs volunteers towoi'k in the gift shop, information center or thrift store. For details, contact . Wendell Alfred at 645-5965. B dley "That [video suppression] ap- l'*a pears to be the big issue, and the only way you preserve that is to Continued tram page I plead not guilty, be found guilty, then appeal" he said. ed from Bradley's computers, If the Supreme Court over- which police say show the doc- rules Carpenter's decision on the tot sexually assaulting patients. video evidence, the case would Bradley's defense team - Dean undoubtedly be remarided back Johnson and Stephanie Tsantes to Superior Court for a retrial, of the state's Public Defender's Lee said. Office - tried to suppress this The video evidence, a visual video evidence, saying Delaware record of the crime, is the state's :State Police exceeded the au- best evidence; using the video al- thority granted them in a Dec. 15, so frees the prosecution from 2009 search warrant. Carpenter putting children or parents on ruled the evidence would be ad- the witness stand. Lee said chil- missible at trial, dren and parents can be less reli- Lee said the defense would not able as witnesses than video. argue to suppress the video evi- Because defense attorneys dence during the trial because have stated they will not use an Carpenter has already, allowed it. insanity defense or plead "guilty However, that decision could be- but mentally ill," Lee said he did come the basis of an appeal to not know what other lines of de- the Supreme Court. By pleading lense remain operL not guilty to the charges against "This is one of those cases him, Bradley preserves his fight where what we're really working to appeal Carpenter's decision on is sentence and where that allowing the evidence to be pre- 8entente i8 8erred," Lec said, sented. " While Bradley could still strike Lee also said because this is a a deal to plead guilty to ensure bench trial, Carpenter could be better conditions in prison, Lee inclined to clear the courtroom said another reason to go to trial when the video images are shown, something he would .not was that the defense believes it could overturn a guilty verdict on appeal using the video sup- pression argument. If Bradley pleads guilty, there can be no ap- peal, Lee said. If found guilty, Bradley could serve his time in a prison out of state, if the defense makes the ar- gument that Bradley's safety is at risk if he serves his time in Delaware. Lee said Bradley could be moved out of state by the De- partment of Correction if his safety is deemed at rise BEEBE MEDICAL FOU NDATION'S PROORES S FOR e PROSTATE PRESENTS FOR A ANGLERS SAVING LIVES .loin us for fishing fun and good health! SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 20 ! ! " 8 AM-NOON likely do at a jury trial, because the images would be shown to the jury. Rehoboth continued from page 11 tribute something to the discus- sions that are going on in the city. I'm interested in what's happen- ing with the future of the town. And, I just thought I had some- thing to contribute, and I'd like to try," he said. Kirchhoff said he got interest- ed in city political issues after.the Canalside Inn property was re- zoned two years ago, and his in- terest in staying informed on planning and other issues has grown ever since. He said he is still working on his platform for the upcoming campaign. "I want to hear what's on peo- ple's minds. Just observing as things have gone on over the last couple of years, there seems to be some inequity or haphazard application of some of the regu- lations around town. That con- cerns me. I think if we have rules and regulations they should be evenly enforced, and they should apply to everyone. Sometimes that doesn't always appear to be the case," Kirchhoff said. 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