Man loses appeal
A man convicted in 2009 after threatening a man with a gun to claim money reportedly owed to a prositute lost his appeal Wednesday.
The Third District Court of Appeal affirmed William Jane Oehling's conviction of fleeing, eluding with a concealed gun. There were no injuries.
Oehling threatened a man on Duck Avenue with a gun in October 2009. He is currently serving a 15-year sentence at the Moore Haven Correctional Facility.
American Legion trivia
The American Legion Post 28 will host Trivia Night at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Stock Island clubhouse.
Groups of two to six people can compete for a prize. It's free to play. Light snacks will be provided.
Trivia categories range from local landmarks to national politics. John Dick is the trivia master. The club is nonsmoking and always open to the public. The next Trivia Night is March 23. Call 305-284-7117 for details.
Monday is 'Be the Change Day'
The Key West City Commission has proclaimed Monday as "Be the Change Day." The program, headed by Heidi Golightly, strives to provide every child in the community the resources, skills and motivation to survive and thrive in school and in life.
In addition, each child should feel safe, loved and celebrated for who they are. "Be the Change" has been partnering with the community and the schools to provide these fundamental building blocks through mentoring and other programs. Key West police officers have been mentoring Key West High School students as part of "Be the Change."