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Steve Tuttle
Tuesday, August 21, 2001 3:39 PM
Matheson'; Phil Smith; Rick Smith
RE: Article

Here's today's clips.
I don't have a distribution list per se, but I do
collect interesting clips. I am out of the office frequently, but will send
anything that I get my hands on...
Here's what came into today for example

Kettering police use taser to subdue suspect
Dayton Daily News
KETTERING | Police used a taser to subdue a man, wanted for assault, who
attacked a police cruiser early Sunday.
John Melke-Allen was charged with domestic violence, felony vandalism and
assault after police said he attacked two women and an 11-year-old girl.
Kettering police said they responded to the 3000 block of East Stroop Road where
a caller to 911 said a man was assaulting someone. Police said they arrived to
find a man in the parking lot armed with a 10-inch butcher knife, who jumped
onto the hood of a cruiser and hit the windshield with his fists and the knife.
Several officers used their cruisers to surround the suspect, who continued to
slash at officers and damage the cars, police said.
Steve Tuttle
Director of Government & Law Enforcement Affairs
TASER International (NASDAQ: TASR) * (800) 978-2737 * Fax (480) 991-0791
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-----Original Message----From: Mark Matheson []
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 11:47 AM
Hi Steve, Nice meeting you yesterday.
article in New Times?

Would you please forward me a copy of the

Also, if you have an email distribution list for all the clippings you get on
Taser I would appreciate being added to it.

Thank you,
Mark Matheson, CFA



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