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Y April 30, 2015 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 DAVID PECK North Big Horn Hospital EMTs Scott Murphey (North Big Horn Hospital paramedic and ambulance director) and Sarah Wilkerson (LPN) check out Adriana DelaCruz after firemen freed her from the swing in which she became stuck last Tuesday afternoon, April 21, at Constitution Park in Lovell. Looking on are her father, Adrian, and Lovell Fire Dept. Capt. Bob Mangus. BY DAVID PECK A Lovell Elementary School student is thank- ful for the Lovell Volunteer Fire Dept.'s "Jaws of Life" device after she was freed from a swing at Constitu- tion Park in which she had become stuck last Tuesday afternoon, April 21. Lovell Fire Chief Jim Minchow said fourth-grade student Adriana DelaCruz was on a school outing to the park when she climbed into a toddler seat on the swing set and became stuck. The tightness of the seat may have been exacerbat- ed by some swelling in her legs, Minchow said, and she became pinned in the seat, causing her pain. Firemen and the am- bulance crew were called around 3 p.m Minchow said, and once at the scene, they acted quickly to first relieve the girl's pain, then free her from the seat, which was made of metal covered by plastic, necessi- tating the use of the cutting tool on the department's Jaws of Life. "First, we cut the chains to lower her down so it wasn't hurting her so bad," Minchow said. "We lowered her and laid her on a stretch- er so the pressure wasn't on her legs and pinching her. Then we cut four to six inch- es out of the seat with the Jaws of Life cutter, got one leg out and then we could bend it around to the right angle and pull it off of her." EMTs from the North Big Horn Hospital ambu- lance crew checked Adriana out at the scene and she walked home with her fa- ther, Adrian. BY DAVID PECK A one-vehicle rollover just south of Lovell early Fziday morning claimed the life of a Basin man, accord- ing to the Wyoming High- way Patrol. Louis Lloyd Muckley, 39, died at the scene of the crash, which happened around 2:40 a.m. at mile post 232 about four miles south of Lovell on U.S. Highway 310 just south of Lovell Lake, according to Trooper Blain Mollett. Muckley was the sole occupant of a 1996 Dodge 2500 three-quarter-ton pickup that was traveling south from Lovell toward Basin. Mollett said Muckley had finished his shift at the Georgia-Pacific wallboard plant around 11 p.m. and apparently went to Lovell. He left a bar in Lovell at around 2:25 a.m Mollett estimated, and started driv- ing south. When Muckley did not return home, his wife called in a missing person's report shortly after 5:30 a.m. The Big Horn County Sheriffs Dept. was notified to begin a search and a deputy began a search within minutes. Deputy Jeff Angell found the crash site just before 6 a.m. and began the process of requesting emergency re- sponders. The Highway Pa- trol was called to the scene and Mollett said he was no- tiffed at 6:23 a.m. Sheriff Ken Blackburn said Deputy Angell de- serves kudos for using his intuition, based on years of experience, to find the crash site, which was difficult to locate in the early morning hours, then used his care and compassion dealing with the victim's loved ones. "He went above and be- yond the call of duty to pro- vide support for the fami- ly, even driving all the way to Basin to meet personally with them," Blackburn said. "People often take it for granted how hard these sit- uations can be on emergen- cy responders, too." Mollett said the Muck- ley pickup was driving south on 310 when it left the roadway to the right side where the highway makes a slight curve to the left and the driver overcorrected, sending the truck across the road, leaving the highway on the left side as it spun 180 degrees, then rolled down a steep embankment. Muckley was ejected and was not wearing a seatbelt, Mollett said. He was later pro- nounced dead at the scene. Mollett said alcohol is being investigated as a fac- tor in the crash, though he said results from blood work would not be available for a week or two. Louis Muckley was an employee of the ATS main- tenance company working at G-P. Memorial services will be held Wednesday, May 6, at Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell. Police Report Monda Tuesda Wednesday Thursday Frida man The Lovell Police Department re- ceived the following calls for the week of April 21 - 28: April 21: Residents on Road 12 near the Mustang Center expressed their concerns about cars speeding on the gravel road leading to their homes. Several written warnings were issued to those speeding and the police department's radar trailer was positioned on the road to remind driv- ers that the speed limit is 20 mph. Police were called to investigate a dis- pute between neighbors. The ongoing dispute is under investigation. A business owner on Main Street re- ported an abandoned car on his proper- ty for a long period of time. Police are trying to locate the owner to move the vehicle. A suspicious person was reported walk- ing in town carrying two backpacks. The person was located but it was de- termined that he wasn't breaking any laws. April 22: A suspicious incident was report- ed where a man driving a vehicle with out of state plates was seen collecting receipts from the pumps at a gas station. Police were unable to locate the man to find out why he was taking the receipts. April 24: A gas station drive off was re- ported after a driver left the pump with- out paying for $8.74 worth of gasoline. Po- lice were unable to locate the vehicle. A teenage girl who was reported miss- ing was found and returned to her par- ents. April 25: A resident reported a purse sto- len from an unlocked vehicle parked in front of her home. The matter is under investigation. April 27: Police responded to a fender bend- er in the Red Apple Supermarket parking lot. No citations were issued. * An elderly woman was reported missing while travelling between Rawlins and Rock Springs. The matter was turned over to the Wyoming Highway Patrol. BIRTHS We are Interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by contacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to LaraLee and Isaac Reber at Powell Hos- pital on April 24, 2015, at 11:35 a.m a baby girl, Jayde Ella Reber, weighing 8 lbs. 9 oz. Grandparents are Steven and Doris Leavitt and Dave and Janet Reber. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses Issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's of. rice recently were: Nicanor Secundino Mar- tinez of Lovell and Maranda Marie Kasinger of Powell. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Lewis Mark Cozzens and Leanne Cozzens to Chris- topher P. Wambeke; Deaver Original Town, Lots 10, 11 & 12, Block 37. Leanore D. Armstrong to Robert H. Jensen; Lovell Cityview Addition Subdivi- sion, Lots 3 & 4, Block 1. Michael G. Friede, suc- cessor trustee of the Friede Family Trust Estate, dat- ed February 23, 2006 to Ty J. Hecker ad Heidi R. Heck- er; Big Horn County Lewis Brothers Subdivision, Lot 1, T56N R96W. Donald P. Stolts, Lorraine Stolts and Janet S. Burge to Janet S. Burge; Lovell Lin- nabary "B" Subdivision, (Part) Lot 4, Block 2. Steven S. McArthur and Susan E. McArthur to Mi- chael J. Steenbakkers and Kelli M. Steenbakkers; Lovell Steve McArthur Addi- tion Subdivision, Lot 10, Sec. 15, Lot 1, T56N R96W. Nelson James St. Thom- as and Annella St. Thomas to Nelson James St. Thom- as, trustee, and Annella St. Thomas, trustee of the Nel- son and Annella St. Thom- as Joint Revocable Living Trust dated April 3, 2015; Big Horn County Flood Sub- division, Lots 9 & 69B, T56N R96W. MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined In the Lovell Mu- niclpal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Garns recently were: Mindy Sue Tippetts, Greybull, 38, illegal parking, $35. Kirk E. Cries, Sequim, Wash 57, cracked wind- shield, $70. Wilbert Eduerdo Ama- ya, Metaire, La 34, no valid driver's license, $70; 26 mph in a 20 mph construction zone, $95. Joseph Dee Mickelson, 16, improper parking, $35. For speeding in a 20 mpb school zone: Wesley R. Stewart, Boze- man, Mont 26, 25 mph, $65. Eileen E. Fink, 61, 25 mph, $65. Charlene N. Lopacki, Ni- agara Falls, N.Y 31, 25 mph, $65. Daniel C. Haughian, 30, 25 mph, $65. Monalee Averett, 79, 25 mph, $65. Wayne C. Schneider, Lau- rel, Mont 45, 25 mph, $65. Clayton P. Bagwell, 27, 25 mph, $65. Stephanie M. Pingleton, 28, 25 mph, $65. Marina D. Pomeroy, PoT- ell, 18, 25 mph, $65. Gary J. Brewer, Powell, 42, 25 mph, $65. CY W. Curtis, Powell, 30, 28 mph, $170. For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Nathan W. Vincent, Bill- ings, 38, 44 mph, $126. Kenneth L. Anderson, Rapid City, S.D 53, 38 mph, $92. CIRCUIT COURT 'Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- dlclal Circuit Court in Big Hom County before Judge Thomas Harrlngton recently were: James Robert Nicholson, born in 1986, possess con- trolled substance - 3 gram or less, 1 year probation, 365 days in jail (305 days sus- pended), $290 court costs; possess controlled substance - 3 gram or less, 1 year pro- bation, 365 days in jail (360 days suspended), $290 court costs. Treena Sue Croft, born in 1979, adult: manufacture, deliver, possess controlled substance in a school zone, bound over to district court; manufacture or deliver meth or narcotic controlled sub- stance - schedule I or II bound over to district court. Gust R. Mastre, Worland, tire: plywood or belt material exposed, $60. Dominick A. Delbridge, Greybull, no seat belt: driv- er, $30. Austin J. Maddox, Powell, no seat belt: driver, $30. Jedediah Nebel, no seat belt: driver, $30. Crystal R. Schantle, Wor- land, manufacture or deliver controlled substance - sched- ule I or II, bound over to dis- trict court. Jeremy JE Tower, Mis- soula, Mont vehicle regis- tration required, $115. James C. Warner, Basin, following too closely, $60. Phillip W. Caraway, Chi- co, Texas, possess, use or under the influence of alco- hol four hours prior to duty, $165. Joseph T. Herman, no seat belt: driver, $25. Jerald L. Anderson, no seat belt: driver, $25. Jesse Preator, Powell, no seat belt: driver, $25. Tristan S. Lesher, no seat belt: passenger over 12 yearn old, $10. Travis G. Guymon, Rex, burg, Idaho, driver's record of duty not present, $165. Mandilyn W. Joy, no child safety restraint, $50. Speeding in a 20 mph zone: Austin J. Maddox, Powell, $125. Toby R. Thompson, Bridg- er, Mont $235. Virginia Wicks, Billings, $60. Speeding in a 30 mpb zone: Douglas L. Zook, Grand- by, Colo $117. Benjamin L. Clemens, $113. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Brian R. Card, Tualatin, Ore $75. Mitchell C. Lofgran, $93. Jeremy JE Tower, Mis- soula, Mont $87. Aaron F. McCoy, Billings, Mont $84. Phillip W. Caraway, Chi- co, Texas, truck, $375. Stewart C. Anderson, Greybull, $102. Manuel S. Mendoza, PoT- ell, $82. Joshua Thomas Kleben- stein, $82. Barry L. Weiss, Los Ange- les, Calif $87. Jonathan P. Dohnal, $87. Douglas K. Harwood, Golden, Colo $75. Matthew Porter, Denver, Colo $93. Persons are local residents un- less otherwise Indicated. Sheriff's report The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office received the following calls for the week of April 20 -27: April 22: Sheriffs deputies received a call that a man was stuck inside a tractor with a live power pole on it. The man, identi- fied as Dean Walker, called for help from his cell phone and waited for the power to be cut offby utility company workers before safely stepping off the tractor. April 24: The district water manager in the Deaver/Frannie area reported that sever- al head gates to the irrigation system had been tampered with. The matter is under investigation. Meals are served daily from noon to 1 pm. Call 548-6556 for home delivery before 10:30 am Mon.-Fri. on the day you need the meal. Meal Prices: s2.50 suggested donation for SAMS registered people over 60 and accompanying spouses, =5 for all others. Menu is subject to change due to availability of items. May 4 Beef stroganoff, rice, broccoli, roll, fruit ambrosia, garden vegetable salad May 11 Chicken & noodles, vegetables, fruity slaw, bread, pears May 18 Sloppy Joe, broccoli, chocolate pudding w/ topping, orange May 25 Memnrial Day Center Closed May 5 Taco salad, meat & bean mix, vegetables, fruit in pudding May 12 Stuffed cabbage roll, potatoes, bread, apri- cot crisp, salad Frannie Lunch Bunch May 19 Kielbasa sausage, parsley potatoes, mixed vegetables, baked squash, pineapple mandarin orange salad May 26 Chicken strips, potatoes, carrots, roll, fruit sundae w/pine- apple & blueberries, vegetable salad Frannie Lunch Bunch May 6 Chicken chow mein, chow mein noodles, oriential vegetables, fruit cocktail, whole wheat bread May 13 Pork chop, corn bread stuffing, Scandinavian I vegetables, roll, fruit cup, Jean's salad May 20 Roast turkey, mashed potatoes w/ gravy, vegetables, roll, cranapple salad, cookie Birthday Party May 27 BBQ beef on bun, mixed vegetables, garden vegetable salad, pineapple Betty, Ice cream May 7 Scrambled eggs, ground pork patty, hash browns, plums, cinnamon roll Dominoes May 14 Turkey & swiss on wheat bun, vegetable soup, tossed salad, citrus fruit Bridge & Pinochle May 21 Lasagna, Italian veg- etables, bread, melon cup, tossed salad Dominoes May 28 Tater tot casserole, seasonal fruit, bread, cookie Bridge & Pinochle May 1 BBQ chicken nuggets, whipped potatoes, vegetables, tossed salad, strawberries & bananas May 8 Potato crusted cod, rice pilaf, carrots, fruity gelatin salad Mother's Day May 25 Pizza, tossed salad, fruit, ice cream May 22 Pork wings, potatoes, vegetables, salad, whole wheat bread, blueberry crisp May 29 French dip sandwich, potato salad, grape uice, banana, vanilla ice cream LOVELL DRUG 164 E. 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