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www. LovellChronicle.com May 6, 2010 J The Lovell Chronicle J 5 The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of May 3, 2010: April 27: The Lovell Police Department assisted with a one-on-one hold of a sub- ject who had tried to harm himself. Officers were unable to locate a man who was re- ported to be on the 600 block of Montana looking in mailboxes. April 28: The LPD received a report that a door at the east ball field had been van- dalized. ~Officers assisted in a search to find a missing juvenile subject. The ju- venile was located near- by by a neighbor. April 30: Officers respond- ed to a domestic dispute report at a home in Lovell and separated the parties involved for the night. The LPD escorted a juve- nile to a stay at a group home after she was re- ported running away and being defiant. May 3: An employee of Mav- erik Country Store report- ed a man had been in the store wearing a ski mask and a bandana on his face the previous night. The em- ployee said she didn't call the night before because the man didn't do anything else out of the ordinary. An officer talked to the man and warned him about the dangers of entering a con- venience store with a mask on. The following calls were received by the Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment in the north end of the county for the week of April 26-May 3, 2010: April 27: Deputies received a report of a theft at the Western Sugar Factory in Lovell. The case is under in- vestigation. April 29" Deputies assisted in the search for a missing juvenile who was later locat- ed by her father. May 1: Deputies arrested Patrick Bowman, 21, for DUI after he hit a parked car on Main Street in Lovell. He was checked out on the scene by EMTs and trans- ported to jail in Basin. May 3: A Byron officer re- quested assistance from the Sheriffs Department to make contact with the oc- cupants of a vehicle parked on the side of the road in Byron. Upon making con- tact and investigating at the scene, Rene Corbett, 41, was arrested for DUI and trans- , ported to jail in Basin. Sheriff's Office to help Special Olympics BY BRENDA TENBOER Staff members of the Big Horn County Sher- iffs Office will "Carry the Torch" for Special Olympics on Saturday, May 15. "The Sheriffs posse, the mounted patrol, will ride again this year to support Special Olympics and to remember fallen officers," Sheriff Ken Blackburn said. "Last year we were able to raise $3,670 for Special Olympics." Blackburn said this year money will be raised in recognition of the survi- vors of peace officers that have died. All funds raised will go directly to Wyoming Special Olympics. Coordinator Gale Park- e~ a dispatched, ~amdi,dona- tions may be made at any local law enforcement agen- cy and that the money does not go to the national Spe- cial Olympics office; it stays in the state to help people of Wyoming. "We are doing it as part of National Police Week May 9-15," Blackburn said. "You will see blue ribbons tied on car antennas as a reminder of all the law en- forcement officers who have given lives." Blackburn said officers lose their lives in the line of duty quite often. "For example, Thurs- day night a sheriffs depu- ty in Utah was investigat- ing a car crash on a bridge when he was hit by a car and thrown over ... he left behind five kids," he said. The public is invited to post blue ribbons in recog- nition of the officers, who, while serving and protect- ing their communities, put their lives on the line every day. Parker said this year the public is invited to ride, run or walk with law en- forcement officers. All area law enforce- ment officers, including fed~ eral, state and county agen- cies, have been invited to participate in the event. One group of bicyclists is going to meet at 8 a.m. at the Sheriffs Office in Ba- sin and ride to the South Big Horn County Airport, where they will meet up with a group on horseback. Anyone wishing to ride on horseback should be ready to leave the airport by 9 a.m. and ride to the Sheep Mountain turnoff where a barbecue lunch is served. A different group will start in the north end of the county and run/ride from Lovell Lake to the Sheep Mountain turnoff. "It's like that song ... and we'll meet in the mid- dle," Blackburn said. Blackburn said no depu- ties are being paid for their time to participate. Port,a-potties and hand washing stations are being provided by M&L Sanita- tion at no cost. John Parker has volun- teered to serve as cook for the day, while Blackburn will donate the meat and condiments for the occa- sion, Gale Parker said. . The Law Enforcement T0~'~Ii R~' Oampaigii~ fi~'t began in 1981 to benefit Special Olympics and is now made up of close to 90,000 law enforcement profes- sions in more than 35 coun- tries, according to informa- tion posted on the Web. For more information or to donate to this year's Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics campaign, contact Gale Parker at the Sheriffs Office at 568-2324. BIRTHS Stephanie L. Wagner, 29, illegal U-turn, fined We are interested in printing the births of $60 North Big Horn County babies. Please call Penny Cozzens, 55, failure to yield to the right and personally report these births by con- of way, fined $110 tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Michael H. Leonhardt, 46, seat belt violation, Born to Amanda Rose Hansen and Matthew fined $25 Michael Martinez Jr. at the Powell Valley William Webb, 58, Greybull, 25 mph in a 20 Hospital on April 28, 2010 at 5:20 p.m., a mph zone, fined $55 baby girl, Isabella Juanita Rose Hansen Desiree M. Elkin, 28, Billings, 28 mph in a 20 weighing 7 Ibs. 11 oz. Her grandparents mph zone, fined $150 are Teresa Jean Hansen and Lewis Earl Linda Jo Miller, 59, failure to maintain lane of Hansen of Upton, WY. And Matthew Mi- traffic, fined $60 chael Martinez of Lovell. Ralph W. Fink, 57, seat belt violation, fined Born to LaFonda and Tyreal Humpherys at $25 West Park Hospital in Cody on April 27, Jody Newton, 50, Marysville Washington, 25 2010, a baby girl, Caroline Ruby Lynn mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $45 Humpherys weighing 7 Ibs. 13 oz. Her Greg M. Brittenham, 51, seat belt violation, grandparents are Lloyd and Claudia fined$25 Mayes, RaNae and Brent Wardell all of John M. Burnham, 65, driving on sidewalk, Lovell and Kent and Elizabeth Humpher- fined $60 ys of Parowan, Utah. Great-grandmother Helen Souder, 77, Greybull, 25 mph in a 20 is Fern Wardell. mph zone, fined $45 DEEDS For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn Tonee L. Bigham, 63, 47 mph, fined $128 County Clerk's office recently were:Individuals are local residents unless other- Carl Bair to Dean B. Tippetts and Teddie B. wise noted. Tippetts; Cowley Original Town Block 65 CIRCUIT COURT Lot 1 Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Joseph L. Bond and Tally R. Bond to Mar- Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- lene L. Dobbins and James R. Dobbins; rington recently were: Lovell Western Subdivision Block 1 Lots 6 Jose Fuentes Delagarza, 43, failure to main- (Part) and 7 (Part) tain liability coverage, fined $410 Roy O. Gregory and Sally K. Gregory Family James A. Langston, 25, no vehicle registra- Trust, Trustee Roy O. Gregory and Trustee tion, fined $50 Sally K. Gregory to James R. McLauchlan Sky E. Grant, 25, no vehicle registration, fined and Diane V. McLauchlan; Sec. 23 T53N $50 R91WSE4SE4 (Part), Lot 57 (Part) William Mast, 41, no valid driver's license, Allen Eugene Akin, Jr. and Kirsten Kay Akin fined $100 to Joseph L. Bond and Tally R. Bond; EIden E. Cutler, 84, 50 mph in a 30 mph zone, Sec. 20 T57N R96W SW4NW4 (Part) fined $140 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation by Darece Grant, 39, 56 mph in a 45 mph zone, Chicago Title Insurance Company dba fined $92 Servicelink Attorney In Fact, Daniel J. Ka- George H. Werbelow, 79, seat belt violation, tella to Thomas L. McPhee; Lovell Great fined $25 Western Subdivision Block A Lot 3Bradley L. Sedlar, 23, driving while license is Russell W. Hoff to Eva L. Welling; Cowley suspended, fined $410 Original Town Block 38 Lot 3 (Part) John P. Beyer II, 21, seat belt violation, fined Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn $25 County Clerk's office recently were:Jonathan Morgan , 44, 57 in a 45 mph zone, Co-trustee Richard W. Jensen, Co-trustee fined $104 Myrna M. Jensen, The Richard W. and Marina Sue Blount, 17, no valid driver's li- Myrna M. Jansen Revocable Living Trust cense, fined $110 dated December 10, 2002 to Renee Dennis LeRoy Thompson, 40, failure to obey Jensen; Byron Original Town Block 11 "No Passing Zone" sign, fined $100 Lot 3 (Part) Alexander L. Abrams, 27, interfering with a Co-trustee Richard W. Jensen, Co-trustee peace officer, fined $680, 120 days in jail Myrna M Jensen, The Richard W. and (g0 suspended) and 6 months probation Myrna M. Jensen Revocable Living Trust Robert C. Pearson, 64, 60 mph in a 45 mph dated December 10, 2002; Byron Origi- zone, fined $100 nal Town Block 11 lot 4 (Part) For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Karla J. Wilkerson to Chris Wilkerson; Lovell Randi J. Hout, 19, 85 mph, fined $g0 Alia Vista Block 5 Lot 1 Jordan M. Bear, 25, 79 mph, fined $72 MUNICIPAL COURT Erik C. Brimhall, 19, 92 mph, fined $121 Persons fined inthe Lovell MunicipaICourt Alexandria R. 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