Westlake Man Locks Wife in Home, Getting Sunnier, Holiday Apps
December 11, 2012 at 3:49 PM EST - Updated June 28 at 4:59 PM
An unruly man slapped with charges after making a strange attempt to keep his wife in their Westlake home. Police tell 19 Action News 55-year-old David Huffman had nailed a door shut at their Columbia Road home and would not let his wife leave. Huffman was combative during his arrest, and kicked and attempted to strike three officers. He was finally brought under control and taken to Westlake jail. He faces charges of domestic violence, resisting an officer, simple assault on a police officer and unlawful restraint.
This morning's lake effect snow will bring little or no accumulation. As the afternoon progresses we'll see only gradual clearing that may offer a few glimpses of late day sunshine. Sunshine will dominate our weather from Tuesday through Friday.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with some Light snow early. High: Upper 30s. Wind: West-South at 6-14 mph.
OVERNIGHT: Decreasing Cloudiness. Low: 27.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: Around 40.
With Christmas days away, most people are looking to get into the holiday spirit any way they can - even through their smartphones and tablets. Here are some of the Christmas apps available in Apple's iTunes Store and Google's Android market, Google Play. Customized Christmas cards on your iPhone/iPad, mailed physically by Apple Christmas cards are a big part of the holiday season. Customizing them is now easier than ever. The Cards app allows you to create your own Christmas/greeting cards and tailor them with your own text and photos. Once you're done, you can have it mailed anywhere in the U.S. for $2.99 per card (including postage). Apple will notify you the day it's delivered. You can also make and mail thank you, get well, birthday, Mother's Day and other cards. The Cards app is available in the iTunes Store for free. Click here for more holiday fun.