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May 24, 1998-June 12, 2018

DAVENPORT\u00a0\u2014 Funeral services for Tyler E. Keegan, 20, a resident of Davenport, will be noon Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at Halligan-McCabe-DeVries Funeral Home, 614 Main St., downtown Davenport. The family will greet friends from 11 a.m. until the time of the service on Tuesday. Burial will be in Davenport Memorial Park. Tyler passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, June 12, 2018, at his home.

Tyler Eugene Keegan was born May 24, 1998, in Davenport, a son of Joshua Keegan and Jill Troyer. He was employed at Solar Plastics. Tyler was an avid skateboarder, an avid outsdoorsman, and loved spending time with his family.

Memorials may be made to the family.

Those left to honor Tyler's memory include his parents, Josh Keegan and Jill Troyer, both of Davenport; siblings, Bryson Tigges, West Virginia, Jackson Wilson, Conner Wilson, both of Davenport, Alisia Sarver, Illinois, Josh Keegan\u00a0 Jr., Kateleighnn Coulbourn, Tori Harris, Callie Serrano, Brooklyn Coble, Xander Keegan and Bailey Troyer, all of Davenport; grandparents, Medell and Willie Cooper, Washington, D.C., and Karla Seamer and Mark Troyer, both of Davenport; and numerous extended loving friends and family members.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather, John Keegan. May he rest in peace.

Online condolences may be expressed by visiting Tyler's obituary at www.hmdfuneralhome.com.

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Some Davenport Portillo's fans said it was a \"gut punch\" when they learned one of their favorite restaurant chains would likely be built in their neighborhood.\u00a0

\u201cA cake shake and two dogs from Portillo\u2019s is one of my favorite meals, but if it\u2019s going to be in my backyard and if I lose access to 53rd Street and my neighborhood, that\u2019s concerning,\u201d resident Adam Brunner said Thursday night.

Brunner was one of more than 60 residents at a neighborhood meeting, following the city of Davenport\u2019s announcement Wednesday that a developer is working to build Portillo\u2019s across from Costco Wholesale along 53rd Street. Most residents said they would be happy to see a Portillo's built in Davenport, but begged the city for street repairs and a traffic plan.

Developer William Torchia, who spearheaded Portillo\u2019s opening in Peoria this spring, has requested the rezoning of 6.5 acres, south of East 53rd Street and east of Lorton Avenue, from a residential to commercial development. The property is south of the new Costco, which is expected to open in October.\u00a0The city Plan and Zoning Commission will hear the request Tuesday.

To make way for the multi-use development, which would have room for three other businesses in addition to Portillo\u2019s, he said nine residences would have to be torn down.

\u201cThose nine homeowners are now under contract,\u201d he said.

Plus, a portion of Fairhaven Road would be vacated, according to Civil Engineer Devin Birch, with Austin Engineering. That concerned several homeowners in the area, who expect vehicles to begin cutting through Lorton Avenue to avoid the increased traffic.

\u201cI have four little kids all under the age of 5, and they like to run in the yard and play. My big concern is for them to have the increase in traffic and then having something happen to them,\u201d Lorton Avenue resident Courtney Wilson said. \u201cIt was already bad because we knew it would increase with Costco, and now having this, I feel like we\u2019re getting shut out of our neighborhood.\u201d

Several residents, including Peg Neilson, said Lorton Avenue is deteriorating and not built to handle more traffic.

\u201cI\u2019m not opposed to a new restaurant coming to town. That\u2019s great,\u201d she said. \u201cBut my biggest concern is the dangerous situation that\u2019s being created and how the city would allow rezoning when the existing thoroughfares don\u2019t support it.\"

In the next two years, planner Ryan Rusnak said the city will widen 53rd Street from Brady Street to Elmore Circle to five lanes with a center turn lane. The city will also interconnect all of the traffic signals and monitor the timing from a remote location.

Birch said a firm is conducting a traffic study to learn how Portillo\u2019s would impact 53rd Street. The proposed four-building development, with 208 parking spaces, would share a signalized intersection with Costco.

\u201cI have not been able to get Lorton or Fairhaven on the priority list for streets to be done yet,\" Alderman Rich Clewell, 6th Ward, said. \"But we\u2019re looking at no trucks being able to go through Lorton. Speed limits may need to be adjusted. There are ways we can try to control some of that on Lorton.\u201d

Other residents voiced concerns about flooding on Lorton Avenue and Fairhaven Road, stormwater run-off and their neighborhood\u2019s changing landscape. With Costco and now plans for Portillo's, Clewell said 53rd Street \"will never be the same.\"\u00a0

Birch said an underground stormwater detention plan should reduce run-off.

Several neighbors said they had mixed feelings about the plans, especially those who are fans of Portillo\u2019s. Casey Carothers moved to Lorton Avenue in October, he said, and the announcement of both Costco and Portillo\u2019s came as a shock.

\u201cIt\u2019s hard because I love the idea of a Portillo\u2019s right down the street,\u201d he said. \u201cBut I wish it wasn\u2019t so close. I want a Portillo\u2019s in my town but not my backyard.\u201d

While the two-hour meeting was filled with heated discussion, thousands of Quad-City residents on social media are rejoicing at the plans to bring Portillo\u2019s to Davenport.

\u201cI\u2019m really excited about Davenport,\u201d Peggy Hart, vice president of real estate with Portillo\u2019s, said. \u201cWe\u2019ve focused on the Quad-Cities for a long time because of the level of retail here. And with Costco coming in, it\u2019s a really dynamic area.\u201d

She said the Davenport spot would be Portillo\u2019s first Iowa location.

Birch said Portillo\u2019s has not officially agreed to the proposal. He added there aren\u2019t plans for what other businesses could open at the site.

A public hearing will be held at the Tuesday Plan and Zoning meeting. Rusnak expects a vote July 2, and then a recommendation could be made to the city council.

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A Davenport felon was arrested Wednesday night in connection with two shootings, a high-speed car chase while his children were inside the vehicle, and other offenses.

Davenport Police Maj. Jeff Bladel called the arrest of Devario Dewayne Talley, 28, \u201csignificant,\u201d adding there has been \u201cincident after incident that we\u2019ve been close to grabbing him but he\u2019s been very elusive.\u201d

Talley faces charges in connection with six cases in Scott County District Court:

At 6:20 a.m. Jan. 28, police were dispatched to the 100 block of North Division Street for a disturbance and a shooting.

Witnesses said Talley fired a gun multiple times at his brother, according to police. At least one of the shots struck the man in the leg, according to police.

Talley was convicted of a felony in January 2012 and is prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm.

At 5:27 p.m. March 27, police were called to the Talbot Memorial (Centennial) Bridge area for a wanted person who had fled from Rock Island Police in a gold 2003 Chevrolet Suburban.

The vehicle, which was driving south in an alley at 1420 N. Harrison St., fled from officers. Three children ages 11, 6, and 1 were inside the vehicle at the time.

Talley, the children's father, was observed driving the vehicle. Police say he continued the high-speed chase and reached speeds of more than 60 mph, and more than 25 mph over the posted speed limit. He also drove at high speeds in the wrong direction into oncoming traffic.

Talley eventually stopped the vehicle and fled. A search of it found .6 grams of marijuana, according to police.

A second man, Queshan Terrell Harris, 22, was charged with eluding, two counts of child endangerment and possession of marijuana, in connection with the case. He remained in the Scott County Jail Thursday.

At 10:22 p.m. May 16, officers were called to the 1200 block of East 35th Street for a disturbance. Police say Talley had an argument with someone and discharged one round from a firearm at a vehicle the alleged victim was driving.

The round became embedded in the rear seat of the vehicle, according to police.

At 5:25 p.m. May 21, police were called to the 3800 block of Spring Street for an assault. Police say Talley struck a woman multiple times in the face and head with his fists and then threw her to the ground.

At 11:51 a.m. May 24, police searched a home in the 300 block of East 7th Street that Talley is associated with and found approximately 6.7 kilograms of high-grade marijuana; 4.9 grams of crack cocaine; 3.9 grams of powder cocaine; 237 dosage units of ecstasy in three separate plastic bags and 8.3 grams of powder ecstasy. Police also found a vacuum sealer machine, scales and packaging materials.

None of the drugs has a drug tax stamp affixed to it. Talley was not present when the home was searched.

On Wednesday, Davenport police learned Talley was driving a silver Chevy Impala in the 7100 block of Hillandale Road.

Officers got behind it as it drove south on Northwest Boulevard. Before officers could pull the car over, the Impala hit a curb and crashed.

Talley fled and was arrested after a short foot chase. He was in possession of a Taurus .380-caliber handgun.

Bond in the felony cases was set Thursday at $115,000 cash-only. He has a preliminary hearing June 22.\u00a0

According to court records, Judge Mark Fowler found Talley in contempt and sentenced him to 60 days in the Scott County Jail for repeatedly using \"foul language\" and being disruptive.

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Police are continuing to investigate what appears to be a bizarre coincidence \u2014 discovering the body of a young man just a block from a shooting scene.

A Moline police officer heard shots being fired around 2:30 a.m. Monday in the 2400 block of 16th Street. The officer saw two vehicles fleeing the area and gave chase, police said.

\"... the vehicle did not stop, increasing its speed as we pursued the vehicle,\" according to a news release by Moline police. \"The vehicle then turned off its lights and was traveling at speeds in excess of 100 mph.\"

Given the dangers associated with the chase, police said, they discontinued the pursuit.

However, Davenport police engaged in a pursuit of a vehicle just minutes after the shots were fired in Moline, and police confirm the chases were related. The Davenport pursuit ended when the suspect vehicle headed back into Illinois via Interstate 280.

Meanwhile, Davenport police responded shortly before 3 a.m. to a report of a gunshot victim at Genesis Medical Center-East Rusholme Street. The man sustained a gunshot wound to the shoulder, which police said was not life-threatening.

Confirmation is pending on whether the Moline shooting and the Genesis shooting victim are related.

Police working the shooting scene in Moline discovered a vehicle with several bullet holes in the parking lot of The Belgrade, the tavern that neighbors Teske's at 2431 16th St.

Within a few hours of the shots-fired incident, Moline police were called back to the neighborhood \u2014 one block south of the Belgrade. Police discovered the body of Taylor Kirklin, 23, of Moline.

Rock Island County Coroner Brian Gustafson said a preliminary autopsy disclosed \"no anatomical cause\" for the death, adding toxicology results are pending. Toxicology tests detect the presence of chemical substances, including alcohol and drugs.

Gustafson later said Kirklin apparently died of an overdose.\u00a0

Asked whether police are certain, given the absence of gunshot wounds to the body, that the incidents are unrelated, Moline Police Detective Michael Griffin responded, \"We don't believe it is (related) but are certainly doing everything to make sure they are separate incidents.\"

Police are looking at surveillance video from the Belgrade and surrounding areas for possible clues. The tavern contains video poker machines, which require on-premises security cameras.

\"Any time we can get video surveillance of suspects or an actual incident, it certainly helps us piece together crimes,\" Griffin wrote in an email Monday.

Moline Police ask anyone with information about the shots-fired incident, the vehicle pursuits or the deceased to call Moline Police Criminal Investigations at 309-524-2140 or Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500.

Davenport Police ask anyone with information regarding the vehicle pursuit and/or the apparent shooting to call 563-326-6125 or submit an anonymous tip via the mobile app \u201cCityConnect Davenport, IA\u201d or \u201cCrimeReports by Motorola.\u201d

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A Davenport man was sentenced Monday to 63 months in federal prison for conspiring to grow a large amount of marijuana in a Davenport warehouse in 2016.

Shawn Michael Manning, 45, must serve four years of supervised release once he completes his prison term. There is no parole in the federal system.

He pleaded guilty in February to one count of conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance being at least 100 kg of a mixture and substance containing marijuana or at least 100 marijuana plants in U.S. District Court, Davenport.

In exchange for his plea, federal prosecutors dismissed an additional charge of felon in possession of a firearm during Monday\u2019s sentencing hearing.

According to his plea agreement:

Beginning around Nov. 1, 2016, through Dec. 26, 2016, Manning and at least one other person reached an agreement or came to an understanding to manufacture marijuana in Davenport.

Manning admitted that he knowingly entered into an agreement with other individuals to build a marijuana grow in a warehouse located in the 900 block of South Rolff Street.

In furtherance of the conspiracy, Manning assisted with the construction of the marijuana grow and the harvesting of marijuana plants.

The Davenport Police Department executed a search warrant at the warehouse on Dec. 29, 2016, and seized approximately 689 marijuana plants and five pounds of marijuana wax.

Police also seized a Springfield XDM 9mm handgun at his home in the 3200 block of Indian Road. Manning admitted that he possessed the gun for protection from associates affiliated with the marijuana grows, according to the plea agreement.

Manning has several felony convictions in Rock Island County and is prohibited from possessing or owning a firearm.

Manning initially was charged in Scott County District Court. The charges were dismissed in September when he was charged in federal court.

Co-defendant Lester J. Monkus II, 32, of Davenport, was given a deferred judgement and placed on two years of probation June 6 after pleading guilty in April to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver marijuana in Scott County District Court.

Another co-defendant, Jessica A. Dorsey, 33, of Davenport, pleaded guilty in May to accessory after the fact in Scott County District Court and was sentenced to 240 days in the Scott County Jail with all but 30 days suspended.

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A motorcyclist injured in a late-night Saturday crash with a car in Bettendorf died Sunday from head trauma, and some of his organs were harvested, according to his family and friends.

Casey Hitchcock, 40, of Davenport, was pronounced dead at 7:11 p.m. Sunday at University Hospitals, Iowa City, his employer,\u00a0TRACO Fire Protection LLC of Milan, confirmed.\u00a0

Jennifer Reagan, director of operations at TRACO Fire Protection, along with a large group of his family and friends, visited Hitchcock on Sunday in the hospital's Surgical and Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit.

\"He was very loved in the community,\" Reagan said Monday of her employee of four years. \"I think it's important people know that he was an organ donor.\"

As of Monday evening, the Bettendorf Police Department had not identified the motorcyclist nor confirmed his death but continues to investigate.\u00a0

Hitchcock was known as \"Shrek\" among members of his Davenport-based motorcycle club, Broken Spokes. He was a founding member of the charity-based organization in 2011.

Paul \u201cFozzy\u201d Fosdyck, president of Broken Spokes, called Hitchcock his best friend and brother. Every member of the Broken Spokes caravanned late Saturday to the hospital in Iowa City and remained there until Sunday evening.

\u201cOur brother was hurt,\u201d Fosdyck said. \u201cThat\u2019s what you do when a member of your family is hurt.\u201d

He thinks Hitchcock was heading home or on his way to grab a bite somewhere when the crash happened. Fosdyck described his buddy as a big, burly and rough-around-the-edges guy with a heart of gold, a sentiment backed by Nancy Barton, owner of The Pour House in Davenport.

Hitchcock, \u201cwho didn\u2019t have an enemy,\u201d frequented the neighborhood pub on Locust Street in Davenport, Barton said.

\u201cFive minutes into knowing this guy (Hitchcock) you\u2019d figure out real fast his looks were very deceiving,\u201d Fosdyck said. \u201cHe\u2019s just a big teddy bear.\u201d

Hitchcock was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, police said, which has made Fosdyck wonder: \u201cWhat if he would\u2019ve been wearing one? Would he have survived with bumps and bruises and road rash?\u201d

Earlier Monday, TRACO\u00a0Fire Protection released the following statement on its Facebook page:

\"It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our Labor Superintendent, Casey Hitchcock. Casey was a vital part of Traco Fire Protection and worked tirelessly toward its success. He was respected in the sprinkler business and a favorite for many of our customers. Casey loved only one thing more than his motorcycles ... his wife and two children. Our deepest condolences to his family and his friends at this very difficult time.\"

Grant Sims, owner of Monster Sewing in Moline, also mourned the loss of Hitchcock on his business' Facebook page. Sims, reached by phone Monday, said he provides custom patches and other items for several of the motorcycle clubs in the area, including Broken Spokes.

\"He (Hitchcock) was a hell of a guy,\" Sims said. \"He was always in a good mood, and he was always there to help you out; it's just a shame that he's gone.\"\u00a0

Police say the crash happened about 10:20 p.m. Saturday on River Drive, when a westbound 2016 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide struck the left rear bumper area of a 2008 Chevy Cobalt driven by a 24-year-old Davenport man.

The motorcyclist lost control, his bike slid on its left side and he was thrown. The driver and his motorcycle landed in the eastbound lanes near the intersection of 4th Street and River Drive. A Medic EMS crew lifted him onto a stretcher about 10:30 p.m. and took him to Genesis Medical Center-East Rusholme Street, Davenport. He eventually was transported to University Hospitals, Iowa City.

The driver of the Chevy Cobalt, who has not been identified, did not suffer any injuries, police said.

The Broken Spokes'\u00a0latest Facebook post about Hitchcock includes the following message:

\"Please give the family their privacy and their time to grieve. We will keep you posted on the arrangements for his services.\"\u00a0

The Sunday post since has been shared more than 165 times.

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Five people were injured Thursday night in a two-vehicle crash just east of Eldridge.

At 5:50 p.m., the Scott Emergency Communication Center received a 911 call about a crash at the intersection of 210th Avenue and 240th Street.

The Scott County Sheriff\u2019s Office Accident Investigation Team responded to the scene.

The initial investigation found that a 2014 Toyota Avalon driven by a 61-year-old Princeton woman was traveling westbound on 240th St., according to the sheriff's office.\u00a0

The second vehicle, a 2011 Toyota Sienna driven by a 44-year-old Bettendorf man, was traveling northbound on 210th Avenue, according to the sheriff's office.\u00a0

The intersection has stop signs for traffic traveling north and southbound, but not east and westbound.

Deputies determined that the Toyota Sienna failed to yield the right of way to the Toyota Avalon, causing a \u201ct-bone\u201d type collision, according to the sheriff's office.\u00a0

The driver of the Toyota Sienna and his passenger, a 9-year-old girl, were transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the sheriff's office.\u00a0

The driver of the Avalon and a 7-year-old girl in the vehicle also were transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the sheriff's office.\u00a0

An 81-year-old woman in the back seat of the Avalon suffered serious injuries and was transported to University Hospitals, Iowa City, where she remains in critical condition, according to the sheriff's office.\u00a0

The accident remains under investigation by the Scott County Accident Investigation Team.

The Scott County Sheriff\u2019s Office, Scott County Reserves, Eldridge Police Department, Eldridge Fire Department, Medic EMS, and Princeton Fire assisted at the scene accident.

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February 2, 1972-June 15, 2018

DAVENPORT\u00a0\u2014 Funeral services to celebrate the life of Jason Blair Roberts, 46, of Davenport, will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, June 15, 2018, at the Halligan-McCabe-DeVries Funeral Home, downtown Davenport. Burial will be in Oakdale Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be Thursday from 4\u00a0 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Jason passed away tragically on Saturday, June 9, 2018, in Davenport.

Jason Blair Roberts was born February 2, 1972, in Davenport, a son of Simon \u201cSi\u201d and Betty (McGinnis) Roberts. He was a 1990 graduate of Davenport Central and received his bachelor's degree from the University of New Mexico. Jason worked at Progressive Insurance for 18 years.

He married Yolanda French in 2003. From that union were born Jalynn Rose and Olivia Jae. He also was blessed with two \u201cbonus\u201d daughters, Kash\u00e9 and D\u00e9ja Robinson. He enjoyed coaching his daughters in a number of sports and spending time with family and friends. He was involved with various community programs, particularly the Lady D's sports program.

He is survived by his daughters and their mother; his parents; his sisters, Paula McDowell of Kansas City, Dori (Byron) Canady of Santa Rosa, California, Melanie \u201cMissy\u201d Roberts of Kansas City, Jodi (Maurice) Brown of Indianapolis and Kristen Roberts of Davenport; his brothers, Anthony (Robin) Roberts of Davenport, Patrick (Aimee) Roberts of Moline, and Bradley Roberts of St. Louis; many \u201cfavorite\u201d nieces and nephews; his aunts, uncles and extended family.

He was preceded in death by an infant son, Xavier Daniel.

Online condolences and remembrances may be expressed to the family by visiting Jason's obituary at www.hmdfuneralhome.com.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to his daughters.

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March 4, 1939 \u2014 June 9, 2018

PLANO, Texas \u2014 Charles Joseph Acri, 79, of Plano, Texas, formerly of East Moline, completed his life on June 9, 2018, after succumbing to a long and hard fought battle of several different cancers over the past few years. At the time of his death, he was surrounded by his family at his son, Tony's, loving home in Rowlett, Texas.

Visitation will be 1\u20135 p.m. Saturday at the Van Hoe Funeral Home Ltd, East Moline, Illinois, where a rosary will be recited at 12:30 p.m. Additionally, services in Des Moines, will be Monday where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Monsignor Frank Bognanno at 1 p.m. at Saint Anthony's Church. Visitation will be 11:30 a.m. until service time at the church. Burial will be in Glendale Cemetery, Des Moines.

As a native of Des Moines' south side, he was born on March 4, 1939, the son of Frank and Josephine Pigneri Acri. Chuck attended St. Anthony's parochial school, Dowling High School, and Marquette University. His brother, Ben Acri, said (in reference to his willingness for a good challenge) \"Chuck thought the game of football was invented just for him.\" Perhaps this trait is why he never gave up fighting cancer. This characteristic of confidence prevailed throughout his life.

While growing up in Des Moines he worked for his father's company, Acri Wholesale Grocery. After high school, Chuck traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and attended Marquette University. A year later he returned to his hometown. There, he made the acquaintance of a siding salesman who introduced him to the home improvement industry. In 1959, Chuck married Beverly Zollars-James in Altoona, Iowa.

In 1967, Chuck started a home improvement business, The Acri Company. At that time, he ran an advertising campaign, \"The Acri Creature Feature.\" His most notable tag lines were \"Hi, Chuck Acri here!\" and \"Don't you know.\"

In 1976, Chuck married Christine Lacona. During their marriage, he opened several businesses. Chuck was always trying something new and was never afraid of a challenge. Lastly, in the twilight of his selling career, he joined three of his sons in Texas in a joint window business venture.

He was preceded in death by his father, Frank, whom he lost as a teenager, his mother, Josephine, his brother, Anthony \u201cTim\u201d Acri, nephew, Pete Acri, his uncles Joe Acri and Pete Acri, both having acted as father figures to him, as well as many others including his father-in-law, Noah Lacona, mother-in-law, Sally Lacona and sister-in-law, Bernadette Lacona-Riley.

Family survivors include his wife Christine; sons, Frank, Mark, Tony (Sara), Jacob (Michelle); daughters, Trina, Kara Palladino (Anthony), and Breanna. He's also survived by his beloved brother, Benjamin (Marguerite), brother-in-law, Jim (Norbeth) Lacona and sisters-in-law, Annie (Richard) Erickson and Teresa Lacona. He was also very proud to have 15 grandchildren and four great-grand children; and several nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers and gifts, memorials may be made to Operation Smile in honor of Chuck's charismatic smile.

The Acri Creature Feature was an amazing phenomena within our community, to those of you who would like to show your appreciation and respect, please stop by and share your story with the family.

To quote Chuck's closing statement from his Acri Creature Feature program, \"Good night and God bless you all.\"

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.vanhoe.com.

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