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the 7th annual Portland Catio Tour on Saturday, Sept. 7.
the 7th annual Portland Catio Tour on Saturday, Sept. 7.
Published August 23
Updated August 23

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In making both arrests, authorities credited advances in DNA technology in the decades since the crimes were committed.

In the Aug. 22, 1983, rape, the woman told investigators she awoke around 6 a.m. to find a stranger in her bedroom, according to an incident report. When she screamed, he told her three times that he wasn’t going to hurt her. “I have loved you for months,” he reportedly told her when it was over. “You have very nice children and a nice husband.” He then put a pillow over her face and left.

The evidence was sent to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, but the technology at the time didn’t lead investigators to a suspect.

In March, the victim in that case approached police about re-opening the investigation after she saw social media accounts about DNA re-testing that led to Montana’s arrest in the 1987 case.

Reik told news outlets that when evidence including a sample of her clothing was processed at the Broward Sheriff’s Crime Lab, investigators found Norris’ DNA on it.

The South Florida SunSentinel reports officials plan to extradite Norris to Florida. He has prior arrests for armed burglary, aggravated assault, assault on a female and kidnaping.


Sandra Cunningham assesses the damage that a water oak did to her Church Avenue home when it crashed into her bedroom roof.
Sandra Cunningham assesses the damage that a water oak did to her Church Avenue home when it crashed into her bedroom roof.

In 2003, the City of Tampa’s Public Art Program commissioned artist Lynn Ash to create a large painting that would weave together many of the notable aspects of Tampa’s unique character and identity. Over the course of three years, the artist researched, met with community leaders, and looked at hundreds of photographs. The end result is a collage of nearly 200 vignettes, portraits, and images that all speak to some aspect of Tampa, both past and present. The border that wraps the Story of Tampa is comprised of over 50 individual smaller “paintings within the painting”, each somehow specific to Tampa: devil crabs, citrus, cuban bread, manatees, and bananas, are just a few. Within the body of the painting the viewer will find portraits of recent and past Mayors, civic leaders, celebrities and national heroes. They will also find well-recognized landmarks, a few more obscure ones, and several memorable events. While no single artwork, novel or film could possibly present a complete story, the Story of Tampa is a visual celebration of Tampa, the city and its people.

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