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Fairbanks man accused of threatening Census worker with bulldozer

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Fairbanks man accused of threatening Census worker with bulldozer
Fairbanks man accused of threatening Census worker with bulldozer

by Chris Freiberg / cfreiberg@newsminer.com
7 hrs ago

FAIRBANKS — A Fairbanks man has been accused of threatening a U.S. Census worker with a bulldozer.

On Wednesday, the Fairbanks District Attorney’s office filed one count of fourth-degree assault, a misdemeanor, against 50-year-old Carey William Bliss.

The Census worker, only identified by his initials in charging documents, went to Bliss’ Tall Spruce Road home June 2 looking for information from Bliss.

Bliss reportedly was uncooperative and grabbed Census forms from the worker, according to a criminal complaint filed in court.

Bliss then said, “I know how to get you off my property,” went to a bulldozer in his yard and started it, court documents allege.

The worker then got in his car and backed out of Bliss’ driveway as Bliss followed him in the bulldozer, stopping at the end of the driveway.

Ruben Del Valle, a spokesman for the Census Bureau in Alaska, said that while there have been reports of violence toward Census workers in other parts of the country, it was the first such incident he had heard about in Alaska, home to Noorvik, the first U.S. city to be counted in this year’s Census.

more: [link to newsminer.com]

Another funny Census story

Two more Census workers blow the whistle

Last Updated: 1:23 AM, May 25, 2010

You know the old saying: "Everyone loves a charade." Well, it seems that the Census Bureau may be playing games.

Last week, one of the millions of workers hired by Census 2010 to parade around the country counting Americans blew the whistle on some statistical tricks.

The worker, Naomi Cohn, told The Post that she was hired and fired a number of times by Census. Each time she was hired back, it seems, Census was able to report the creation of a new job to the Labor Department.

Below, I have a couple more readers who worked for Census 2010 and have tales to tell.

[link to www.nypost.com]