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Author: Davidfom   July 7, 2020 at 04:56:32  from 89.248.174.24   in reply to: unnebulous foxiest posted by zpolet417 on August 26, 2016 at 03:25:42

Queensland mining town supplies gold for melbourne cupboard

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A remote community of nearly 300,000 people in Queensland is supplying gold for a Melbourne cupboard.

Key points: Residents say gold comes from Melburnians to help make cupboards

City provides copper and tin to city manager for storage

Melbourne's cupboard-rich residents say they can spend their day collecting gold

Gold is usually bought from local mines where it is extracted with special machinery.

But the Melburnians are said to have used a "magic box" to store about 250 kilograms of precious metal without the need for any fancy equipment.

Lydia Sarratt is from the Melburnians, and she says people sometimes come to the community to collect their morning coffee.

"They usually come to buy some breakfast cereal, some bananas or some fruit before going to the supermarket," she said.

"They're not from Sydney, so they just happen to come in and buy something.

"I guess it's pretty much an excuse for the locals that live in this area to go out and collect gold."

Gold is usually bought from local mines where it is extracted with special machinery.

But the Melburnians are said to have used a "magic box" to store about 250 kilograms of precious metal without the need for any fancy equipment.

Ms Sarratt said the community would be working with the Goldfields City Manager for further details.

Topics: mining-industry, food-and-cooking, regional, melbourne-3000

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Man charged over merrylands crime spree Copyright by WTNH - All rights reserved David Flemming's family photo (WTNH) [ + - ] Video

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTNH)-- A former Fayetteville man is charged in the Merrylands crime spree that ended last month.

Authorities say 38-year-old David Flemming is charged with felony counts of aggravated assault, burglary, and attempted robbery. He allegedly targeted three elderly men along Merrylands Road.

Flemming is being held in the Forsyth County Detention Center.

The Merrylands Road shooting began around 10:00 p.m. on June 26, when Flemming allegedly came face-to-face with one of the victims at the McDonald's in the area of Merrylands and Pinchbeck Road. The suspect allegedly took a knife and tried to stab the victim.

The alleged victim managed to grab Flemming's hand, but was unable to protect himself from the knife.

As the suspect tried to flee from the scene, Flemming attempted to make a phone call, authorities said.

The suspect attempted to call an area cell phone company, but no calls were received.

The suspect then took out a handgun, and fired it several times as the victim frantically tried to get away. Flemming was arrested after the victim ran outside his home to call 911.

At the scene, authorities found a pair of eyeglasses in Flemming's possession, authorities said.

Authorities say the crime spree was ongoing.

The victims were identified as Christopher and Judy Molloy, 68, who lived nearby; and Robert L. Molloy III, 82, who lived about two miles away. Police allege that two older men lived with them in the house.

The suspect is being charged with two counts of felony aggravated assault, five counts of burglary, four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony, two counts of attempted robbery with a firearm, and five counts of criminal possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.


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