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Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) March 11, 2012
Bed bugs hit New Hanover County Courthouse, report says. On Thursday, March 08, 2012, the courthouse was closed down to treat the supposed infestation. However, a judge said that the closure was not because of a bed bug outbreak.
According to the report, a court personnel noticed some bugs in the work area and immediately alarmed the property management. Contrary to reports though, it is said that the infestation is of carpet beetle and not of bed bugs.
Nonetheless, extermination was still implemented in the area. And as said by Judge J.H. Corpening, the process is much easier, that the courthouse was opened the next day. But while the court was closed down, the Superior Court was transferred to Historic Courthouse for the meantime. On the other hand, civil filings were processed at the Office of Juvenile Justice and the warrant service and magistrate at the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office.
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