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August 16, 2014
The Review

Cory Cope, West Lincoln Way, called for police at 12:04 a.m. Saturday because his mother, Candy Kibler, was throwing items out of the house, narrowly missing his children and himself. Cope said Kibler was angry at him and his sister, Brandi Cope, who left prior to the arrival of police. Kibler said she only wanted her children to move out of the house but was told she would need to go through the eviction process. Meanwhile, she should refrain from throwing items outdoors and that she needed to clean up the mess. Kibler's son offered to help her clean up but she refused the offer, so he left until his mother calmed down. Police checked back to find the yard and porch had been cleaned up.



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