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[Times photo: Fred Victorin]
Edward G. Wylie is escorted for transport to Pinellas County Jail on Friday.
July 8, 2000

Top stories
Teacher charged with having sex with student
Pinellas schools say the system failed to alert them to earlier accusations of misconduct.

Minister gets prison in sex case
A former St. Petersburg pastor pleads no contest to charges he molested two young girls.

Sandra Thompson
Living in a small world of white people
The Fourth of July came and went with more attention paid to barbecue and fireworks than to the holiday's meaning -- freedom -- which we take for granted. And why not? We've had it all our lives. But something happened recently that made me think twice about being free.

Blackthorne's conduct erased jurors' doubts
They were deadlocked, jurors say, until they weighed Allen Blackthorne's state of mind and his actions.

Farewell, impartial judiciaries
Voting for local judicial candidates always has been a little odd.

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South Pinellas headlines
  • Police union: Poll rips chief's style
  • Killer's request: a new trial on a higher charge
  • Death cannot end man's cause

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Dog club members quit as fur flies
  • Revival brings changes to Drew/Plaza Park
  • 3-year-old left in parked car
  • Players fiddle with old-timey music
  • Stauffer cleanup plan on hold -- for now
  • Toddler critical after falling into backyard pool
  • Trolley may hit streets of Oldsmar
  • Hospital trying to reopen helipad
  • City to celebrate library milestone

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Murder suspect found in closet
  • Shopkeeper: Customer confronted suspect
  • Homes won't come easy for circus animals

  • News of Florida
  • Shelter standards blasted
  • Senator: Florida guns used in crime elsewhere
  • Bidding scandal embroils friends
  • Suit dropped in jackpot dispute
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