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The Michigan Daily -- Friday, December 9, 1988 - Page 5

POLICE NOTES

Armed robbery
Two University students were
bound and forced at gunpoint to lay
on the floor of their apartment
Wednesday night as three people
robbed them, police said yesterday.
Ann Arbor Police Sgt. Sherry
Vail said three people wearing ski
masks entered an apartment in the
1900 block of Plymouth Rd. at
around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, and
forced the two victims, both medical
students, to lie face-down on the
floor, where their hands were tied
behind their backs.
'The apartment was really gone
through," Vail said.
The three intruders took money,
jewelry, watches, electronic equip-
ment, a stereo, clothing, a telephone
answering machine and other
property worth about $7,500, Vail
said. They also took an automatic
teller bank card, she added.
The victims were blindfolded and
r forced into the bathtub by the
-intruders before they left, Vail said,
but they were not injured. The police
have no suspects in the case.

Sentencing
Philip Carlock, who confessed
earlier this year to raping an Ann
Arbor woman 18 years ago, was
sentenced to three years probation
and ordered to pay the victim
$10,000 by 15th District Court
Judge Patrick Conlin yesterday.
- Michael Lustig
Baby Kidnapping
Psychologists will determine
whether a Howell woman charged
with kidnapping a premature infant
from an Ann Arbor hospital is com-
petent to stand trial.
A judge ordered the tests yesterday
after Craig Power, court-appointed
attorney for Sharon Newkirk, 36,
requested the evaluation during
Newkirk's preliminary examination.
Newkirk has been held in the
Washtenaw County Jail in lieu of
$300,000 cash bond since her arrest
Nov. 25. Prosecutors say she
disconnected 21/2-month-old Debra
Lynn Moore from monitors at C.S.
Mott Children's Hospital and took
the baby home at show her husband,
claiming she had given birth earlier
in the day. The couple then took the
baby to a local bar to show friends.
Hospital spokesperson Mike
Harrison said the baby is now in its
mother's custody.
Moore's husband was cleared of
wrongdoing after police said he
passed polygraph tests and believed
his wife gave birth to the child.
-Miguel Cruz
and The Associated Press

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