Paul McCowns tells Cleveland 19 he went to the Huntington branch inside Giant Eagle on Biddulph Ave in Brooklyn on December 1st.
“I had got a new job. I worked there for about three weeks,” he said.
McCowns said this was the first check from his new job with an electric company.
He was asked for two forms of ID, which both he and bank employees confirm he provided. The bank says McCowns also provided a fingerprint, per bank policy for non-Huntington customers who wish to cash checks.
Elba has been especially on in the last few months. He’s been named People’s Sexiest Man Alive; his daughter has been announced as the next Golden Globes ambassador; and he’s poised to release the next season of his hit BBC series, Luther, which he has lovingly referred to in the past as hisJames Bond. He’s firing on all cylinders.
I don’t understand trans women who outright bancross-dressers from tran
s fem community.
Like: how many options do you think there are for AMAB gender non-conformity? Because in my experience the options are like four, five max.
And two of them are being a trans woman. We’re not AFAB, cross-dressing is one of a very finite number of ways for us to explore gender in any even remotely societally acceptable significant capacity
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COLUMBUS, OH (WCMH) – A 16-year-old girl has been charged with murder after a teenage boy was killed in a police-involved shooting last week.
According to the Columbus Division of Police, the Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team arrested a 16-year-old female in connection with the shooting death of Julius Ervin Tate, Jr. on Dec. 7.
The Summit County Juvenile Court in Ohio didn’t follow the law when it allowed a 15-year-old girl who was a human trafficking victim to be tried as an adult in the robbery and murder of the man who trafficked her, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
The high court, however, upheld the girl’s conviction and sentence to prison for the rest of her life.
The court ruled Alexis Martin couldn’t prove that the judge’s decision to bind her over to adult court would have changed if the juvenile court had further explored her human trafficking history.