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Suspect In Alpena Home Invasion Arrested – 9 & 10 News – 9&10 News05.06.21

The Alpena Police Department says a man involved in a home invasion on Apr. 27th has been arrested.

The department says Allan Hughes, 28, of Wyoming was apprehended Tuesday in Scottsdale, Arizona after a week long search.

Police say that Hughes, along with another suspect, entered a home on the 400 block of South Second Avenue in the early morning on Apr. 27, and demanded cash and other items from a man and a woman.

When the victims would not comply, the man was beaten in the head with the suspects gun. The suspects then ran from the home in a gray-colored car which was later abandoned behind a home near Ford and Miller Street.

The two men had evaded police officers despite an search of the area, and their guns were recovered later in the morning on Miller Street.

Hughes was described to have a large red GR tattoo on his neck.

The Alpena County Prosecutors Office has issued a seven-count felony warrant for Hughes arrest Friday, Apr. 30.

Hughes faces armed robbery with serious injury, home invasion in the first degree, unlawful imprisonment, assault with a dangerous weapon (felonious assault), carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent, possession of a firearm by a felon, a felony firearm charge and a third offense habitual offender notice.

Police say the investigation is on-going and officers are still looking for the second suspect as well as anyone who may have aided the two men.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Alpena Police Department at (989) 354-1800.

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What to stream: ‘Pray, Obey, Kill’ and other Nordic noir offerings – Wyoming Tribune04.22.21

Debuting this week on HBO Max, the five-part docuseries Pray, Obey, Kill, is a new crime series that fuses the trends of true crime and Nordic noir. Directed by Henrik Georgsson, who also directed episodes of the blockbuster Danish/Swedish crime series The Bridge, Pray, Obey, Kill tells the story of a 2004 murder committed in the small village Knutby, Sweden. Its a befuddling crime, in which a man and a woman are both shot in different homes at the same time, with the investigation turning toward a young female nanny and the female murder victims husband, the pastor of a small Pentecostal church.

Utilizing archival news footage, interviews and reenactments, Georgsson shows the tale through the lens of two investigative journalists who are dissecting the case. Its a fascinating blend of documentary and narrative, a prestige true crime series in the model of The Jinx.

Pray, Obey, Kill arrives on the heels of two other Nordic noir series on HBO Max. The Investigation, written and directed by Tobias Lindholm, is a restrained and exacting depiction of the investigation into the real-life disappearance and murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who went missing after boarding the submarine of Danish entrepreneur Peter Madsen in 2017. Lindholm and his team create a masterwork that is astonishingly reverent of the victims life and death, and the intense and meticulous investigation that went into recovering her body and the evidence of her murder.

Also on HBO Max, five-episode miniseries Beartown is more of a family drama than crime show, centering around a small town in Sweden and its hockey team. But when the coachs daughter is raped by a player, the consequences for the tight-knit community unfold.

Theres much more to explore in the Nordic noir genre, beyond The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Check out Georgssons previous work on The Bridge (aka Bron/Broen), which is available to stream on Amazon Prime or Hoopla. Created by Hans Rosenfeldt, the four season series starts with the discovery of a body on the bridge between Denmark and Sweden.

While Danish crime procedural Forbrydelsen, is unfortunately challenging to find on streaming, the American remake The Killing, starring Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman, was given a Twin Peaks touch and transplanted to the Pacific Northwest. Check it out on Amazon Prime or Hulu (bonus: Wonder Woman directer Patty Jenkins directed several episodes in the first season).

Icelandic crime series Trapped is available on Amazon Prime, and follows a small town police chief in Iceland as he attempts to solve the murder of a man whose body is discovered by fisherman. You may recognize star Olafur Darri Olafsson as one of the Icelandic delegates from Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.

Another Icelandic mystery drama, Case follows the mystery of a young ballerina who is found hanged onstage at the National Theater. Stream it on Netflix. Also on Netflix, Caliphate, a series set in Sweden about young Muslim women who are courted by members of ISIS. The series is based on the real-life case of the Bethnal Green trio in London.

There are many, many more similar offerings on Netflix, and it looks like HBO Max is getting into the Nordic noir game too, so now is the perfect time to give the genre a try.

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Wyoming issues modifications and continuations to health orders – The Branding Iron02.02.21

Stores and other downtown areas are still required to abide by social distancing and capacity measures. UW Photo

The Wyoming Department of Health implemented modified COVID-19 guidelines on January 26 that will be active through at least February 14. These guidelines implement measures that coincide with Opening Up America Again.

According to the orders signed on January 21 by Alexia Harrist, the Wyoming State Health Officer, Opening Up America Again is the three-phase approach that began on April 26, 2020. The White House plan would remove restrictions when no evidence of virus resurgence occurred.

The orders require face coverings to be worn in restaurants, bars, and clubs. This is a continuation of what has been happening in Albany County and Laramie. Bars and Restaurants also must implement social distancing precautions as well as proper sanitization.

Gatherings of more than 10 people are still prohibited under the modification, unless specifically exempted. Some exemptions include livestock auctions, government or military businesses, residential buildings and grocery stores.

Indoor events may be allowed to have more than 10 people if no more than 25% of the venue capacity is reached, a maximum of 250.Outdoor events may have a maximum of 500 people but no more than 50% of the venue capacity.

Tattoo shops, hair and nail salons and other esthetic service businesses will be required to follow the same requirements under the new order. This includes social distancing, sanitization procedures and face coverings.

Under the modified health orders, businesses are still instructed to require face coverings on the premises. This requirement should be posted at the entrance of businesses.

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New artist in Galion: SD Tattoo now open on the Square – Galion Inquirer01.12.21

GALION Tucked inside a corner building at 21 Public Square in Galion, right next to the gazebo park, sits the newest business to open its doors to residents near and far.

SD Tattoo, owned by Sailor Dave Rohr with help from his fiance Amber Nafziger opened in early December 2020 and has been ushering in a steady stream of customers ever since.

Rohr grew up in Johnstown and began his tattoo artistry in 1997 in Zanesville, apprenticing under a longtime tattoo artist.

And it just took off from there, he said.

He then set his sights on the rest of the country and spent several years in the commercial fishing industry before getting back into the tattoo business. He has shared his tattooing talents in Wyoming, Washington, Oregon, California, and several other states.

I really enjoy the lifestyle tattooing provides, Rohr said. I like working for myself and I just love tattooing. Its the one thing nobody can ever take from you. Its not like its going to wear out like a set of tires or a car or something. Its an investment. Thats why they arent cheap.

Rohr noted he has been so busy since they opened that he currently doesnt have any openings until Jan. 18.

Some of the most popular tattoo requests Rohr said he is getting recently are clocks and roses.

And script writing, people want to get things written on them, he added. I also do a lot of cover ups. A lot of people have bad tattoos they need to get them covered up. I specialize in cover ups. I love covering up old tattoos. I have a couple good sized projects going on already, but thats whats good about tattoos, you never know what youre going to do.

I also love doing color (tattoos) if the skin is right and the canvas is good. Black and grey I just love tattooing. I sit and listen to my music when Im tattooing.

Prices for tattoos vary, but Rohr noted he has an $80 minimum and charges $100 an hour, but said he does all-day sessions right now for $600.

Thats 10 hours of tattooing for $600, he said. I like to take my time. I try not to rush through any of my tattoos and want to make sure (customers) walk out the door happy.

SD Tattoo is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Rohr suggested people call and make appointments to ensure he has enough time to complete their desired tattoo.

Anyone with questions or who would like to make an appointment may call 419-462-8242. The Facebook page is titled SD Tattoo Galion and includes photos of Rohrs work.

Sailor Dave Rohr, right, is the owner of SD Tattoo, located at 21 Public Square in Galion. Rohr, who has worked as a tattoo artist since 1997, opened SD Tattoo in December 2020. Rohr is shown in his shop with his fiance Amber Nafziger and her daughter Silver Sands. For information, go to the shops Facebook page SD Tattoo Galion.

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Salons, Barber Shops, and Tattoo Parlors, Must Keep Patrons 6 Feet Apart – SweetwaterNOW.com12.12.20

Salons, barber shops and tattoo artists receive more guidance in new health orders. SweetwaterNOW file photo

WYOMING The new state health orders, which go into effect tomorrow, give salons, barber shops and tattoo artists guidance on how to keep their businesses open during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.

The new health orders signed yesterday by State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist take effect Wednesday, December 9, and extend through January 8, 2021.

Businesses included under Health order No. 3 are:

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Some provisions under the new health orders:

These new orders are meant to support local leadership and we should all know that in Wyoming these mandates are not about citations, but about caring for others, Governor Mark Gordon said in a press conference yesterday.

For the complete list of health orders see below.

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Most states now require face masks to reduce the spread of Covid-19. These are the ones that don’t – The Atlanta Voice12.12.20

While health officials agree face masks help prevent the spread of Covid-19, state and local governments have varied widely on implementation of mask rules. Now, President-elect Joe Biden wants to change that.

Bidens office has released plans that his administration intends to implement in the beginning of his term, and one is a national mask mandate by working with governors and mayors.

Most states already have some type of mask mandate, but some have no statewide rule either leaving it as a recommendation or giving the authority to local officials.

Four states recently added face mask mandates: North Dakota, Iowa, Montana and Wyoming.

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon previously left decisions on mask mandates to the county governments. The new mandate was announced December 7, goes into effect two days later and lasts until January 8, 2021.

It covers public indoor spaces, but allows counties to opt out of the restrictions if the numbers move to safer levels. Sixteen of the states 23 counties had mask mandates, but at least one county district attorney, according to CNN affiliate KGWN, has previously said violations of the mandate will not be prosecuted.

Montanas went into effect November 20, a week after North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum did the same, with the latters mandate lasting until December 13.

And on November 16, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation that requires a face mask when people are in an indoor public space and unable to social distance for 15 minutes or longer.

Some states mandates have been more flexible than others. Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly issued an updated version of a previous executive order on masks on November 18, creating a standard for the state, but also giving communities the ownership and flexibility to decide how best to implement it, she said at a news conference.

Here are the states with no statewide mask requirement.


Alaska does not require the use of masks, limit group size or business operations. All the state does is encourage Alaskans to do their part to limit the spread of Covid-19, recommending that residents practice social distancing and wear a mask, without any mandate.

The mayor of Anchorage, though, has signed an order requiring people to wear face coverings in public.


Gov. Doug Ducey, a Republican, allows individual counties to mandate a mask, but does not have a statewide initiative. Scottsdale was the first to make masks mandatory starting June 19. Other major municipalities with requirements include Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff.


There is no statewide mask requirement, yet some local municipalities have their own mandates.


Statewide, masks are required for some essential employees, including restaurants and personal care services employees.

Meanwhile, several counties and cities have mask mandates.


The state does not have a statewide requirement, but several local municipalities do, including Boise.


On September 4, Gov. Tate Reeves, a Republican, lifted the state face covering requirement.

Just over a month later and amid rising case numbers, Reeves signed an executive order requiring face coverings in counties with higher Covid-19 case numbers. The Safe Recovery executive order is in effect through December 11 and includes 22 of the states 82 counties.


The state does not have a statewide requirement, but several local municipalities do.


There is no statewide mandate, but clients and staff in barbershops, salons, tattoo parlors and massage parlors must wear masks, as part of the current Directed Health Measure requirements.


The city council in Oklahoma City voted in a special meeting in July to approve an emergency public safety ordinance requiring face coverings in indoor public places throughout Oklahoma City.

South Carolina

Several counties and cities, including Charleston and Columbia, have mask mandates.

South Dakota

Gov. Kristi Noem, a Republican, has taken a hands-off approach to Covid-19. In October, she wrote in an op-ed that the government should not mandate a mask requirement.

As Ive said before, if folks want to wear a mask, they should be free to do so, she wrote. Similarly, those who dont want to wear a mask shouldnt be shamed into wearing one.

South Dakota is second only to North Dakota in the number of coronavirus cases per 100,000 people.


Though there is no statewide mandate, Gov. Bill Lee, a Republican, signed an executive order granting the mayors in 89 counties the authority to issue mask requirements.

In a speech Monday, Biden implored Americans to stop politicizing masks and social distancing.

Please, I implore you, wear a mask, the President-elect said. Do it for yourself, do it for your neighbor. A mask is not a political statement but it is a way to start pulling the country together.

During the campaign, Biden spoke of his plan to issue a nationwide mask mandate. Doing so could be challenged in court, though, and in October Biden said he would go to every governor and urge them to issue mask mandates.

And if they refuse, Ill go to the mayors and county executives and get local masking requirements in place nationwide, he said.

Because the virus is mainly airborne, face masks are the most effective way to stop person-to-person spread of Covid-19, studies have shown.

Wearing of face masks in public corresponds to the most effective means to prevent interhuman transmission, and this inexpensive practice, in conjunction with simultaneous social distancing, quarantine, and contact tracing, represents the most likely fighting opportunity to stop the Covid-19 pandemic, prior to the development of a vaccine, researchers in Texas and California wrote back in June.


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