A hookah-smoking caterpillar told him to do it. That’s the explanation a Florida man — who initially identified himself as “Alice Wonderland” — provided to police after allegedly using a forklift to inflict $128,000 in damage on an under-construction liquor store in Crestview on Saturday. He later identified himself as Mathew Horace Jones, 32, of...
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AUGUST 30, 2013
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FOREIGN LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
2013 - CRESTVIEW PARTNERS III (OFFSHORE), L.P.
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