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June 13, 2013 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Sheriff's report The Big Horn County Cowley. Deputies locat- Sheriffs Office received the ed the dog and took it in following calls for the week for rabies testing. of June 3 - 10: June 5: A resident report- June 4" Sheriffs deputies ed that someone drove investigated a report of through his fence in a lo- horses that were being ne- cation outside of Lovell. glected in the Deaver area. The matter is under They found the accusation investigation. to be unfounded. June 8: A semi-truck-driver An individual reported drove away from a gas sta- being bitten by a dog in tion outside of Lovell with- Police report out paying for gasoline. Deputies were unable to lo- cate the driver. m-A resident of Cowley re- ported that his family may have scared off a burglar when they re- turned home. Items missing included pre- scription medications. Deputies are investigat- ing the incident. Money stolen from counter under investigation The Lovell Police De-the store's counter and the The matter was resolved partment received the fol- money was stolen by an- when one party left the lowing calls for the week of other individual. The mat- residence. June 6 - 11: ter is under investigation, o- Police intervened in a dis- June 7: A Lovell resident June 8: A cell phone was re- pute between two employ- reported that an unknown ported stolen, ees at a local business. individual was using his t-A resident complained The matter was resolved. social security number to about cars being driv- No arrests were made. file a tax return. The mat- en fast through a trail- June 9: Guadalupe Her- ter was reported to the IRS. er park where children nandez was arrested for June 7: A customer at a were present. DUI and transported to convenience store report- Lovell Police helped me- Big Horn County Deten- ed that she left money on diate a domestic dispute,tion Center in Basin. The Wyoming Search the May 30, meeting. The reimbursements in 2012. and Rescue Council met May Wyoming Office of Home- There were 301 mis- 30 in Riverton to consider 12 land Security is the fiscal sions conducted in 2012, county sheriffs' requests for administrator of the funds compared to 312 in 2011 reimbursements for search per Wyoming Statute 19- and 259 in 2010. and rescue costs. The coun- 13-30.1. The goal of the Wy- During the meeting cil approved $163,856.73 in oming Search and Rescue the council approved reim- eligible mission costs. Council is to assist Wyoming bursements to county sher- Wyoming Search and sheriffs, who are chargediff departments includ- Rescue funds are predom- by state statute to conduct ing $2,640.35 to Big Horn inately provided by do- search and rescue opera- County. nations when individuals tions, by fostering quality Sheriff Ken Black- purchase fishing, hunting search and rescue resourc- burn said the council de- and off-road recreational es throughout the state and nied about $400 in main- licenses, providing reimbursement tenance items and fuel. He "Making that voluntary for eligible expenditures, said maintenance is not al- donation when you purchase The council is comprised lowed as reimbursed ex- your recreational license is of 11 members to include penses and fuel must be vital to the success of the county sheriffs, citizens, purchased within 24 hours program," Director Guy county commissioners, andof an incident. Cameron, Wyoming Office the director of Homeland Blackburn said the of Homeland Security, said. Security, and meets semi-$2,640.35 was for the entire "The dedication of the coun- annually. Council membersyear. He said his clerks log ty sheriffs and their search are appointed by the gover- reimbursable expenses af- d:Tescue team combined nor. The other semiannualter each incident and that with'the geneo ity of the meeting is dedicated to ad- is submitted annually. Big public provide the means to dressing policy and proce- Horn County had 20 search fund essential search and dures, and equipment and and rescue missions in 2012. rescue missions." training needs. He said the funding will The fund had a balance The council approved be split between the two of about $724,000 prior to approximately $226,000 inunits. IN BIG HORN COUNTY MARRIAGES 27 mph, fined $150 Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn Kayla D. Gyorick, 26, Billings, 29 mph, fined County Clerk's office recently were: $180 Robert Eugene Voss and Karlie Elizabeth Timothy Mclntyre, 53, Webster, SD, 26 Hammond, both of Lovell. mph, fined $140 DEEDS For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn Chen-Tang Chen, Tapei City, 55 mph, fined County Clerk's office recently were: $170 Robert L. Nicholls, Co-trustee and Scott CIRCUIT COURT Wo Robertson, Co-trustee of the Heber & Viv- Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit ian Robertson Trust, Dated March 14, 2006 to Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- Robert L. Nicholls and Duane T. Nicholls and rington recently were: Naoma Nicholls; Cowley Original Town (Part) Gerry Warman, born in 1983, DUI alcohol- Lot 4Block 47 1st offense within 10 years, fined $290, 1 year Quit Claim deeds issued from the Big Horn probation County Clerk's office recently were: Fidencio Gutierrez Gonzoles, born in 1935, Wallace William Clatter to Evelyn Rose no seat belt, fined $25 Clatter; Cowley Original Town (Part) Lot 1 Brian Rodriguez, born in 1983, no seatbelt, Block 41 fined $25 Evelyn Rose Clatter to Richard D. Green Shay L. Kite, born in 1995, follow too close- and Sandra R. Green; Cowley Original Town ly, fined $60 (Part) Lot 1 Block41 William T. Hart, born in 1994, no seat belt, Beverly J. Habeck to James M. Habeck; fined $25 SW4SW4 Sec. 01 T56N R95W Maria De Rosario Betancourt, born in 1956, MUNICIPAL COURT no child safety restraint-2nd offense, fined Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court $100; no seat belt driver, fined $25 in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gams recent- For speeding in a 30 mph zone: ly were: Thomas Damiano, born in 1943, 45 mph, Earl S. Radonski, 48, Billings, no seat belt, fined $120 fined $25 For speeding in a 45 mph zone: Andrew Vollan Jr., 23, Basin, expired regis- Bruce D. Nisley, born in 1965, 69 mph, fined tration, fined $60 $176 Denelle Techentin, 24, Rochester, MN, no For speeding in a 65 mph zone: seat belt, fined $25 Sean M. Murphy, born in 1983, 82 mph, Kaleb Zarate, 19, no seat belt-passenger, fined $96 fined $10 David L. Hance, born in 1975, 76 mph, fined For speeding in a 20 mph zone: $73 Brianna Horton, 23, Powell, 25 mph, fined Travis S. Thomas, born in 1987, 75 mph, $65 fined $70 Virginia M. Golding, 64, Murray, UT, 25 Shaundra K. Schmidt, born in 1981, 78 mph, fined $65 mph, fined $79 Robert Vinzant, 78, 25 mph, fined $65 James A. Rusch, born in 1978, 78 mph, Benjamin Blumstein, 20, Mercer Island, fined $79 WA, 25 mph, fined $65 Nedezhda V. Fogarty, born in 1982, 75 Michael Gunderson-Eccleston, 25, Minne- mph, fined $75 apolis, MN, 25 mph, fined $65 MeganA. O'Halloran, born in 1985, 73 mph, Nicholas S. Kafcas, 30, Traverse City, MI, fined $69 First 200 partidpa~ who sign up will rece~:a WALK FOR WEL~SS kit: mdudmg a mere top pG h with carabin~dometer, guide, da~ Ioga~Walking for Fitn iPocket Pal. iiii+iii Red Apple 9 E. Main. lavell All you need for a hot meal or picnic! FeaVudng Cheet,~rFde, d and WondeRoast chickcnl Mon.-Sat.: 8am-8pm Sun.: 9am-6pm FOOD COURT 353 E. Main, Lovell 548-7979 ::: And More! Mon.-Thurs: 10am-9pm Fri. & Sat. 10am-1Opm Sun.: 10am-8pm North Big Horn Semor Center 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Hot meals every weekday/ 60+ just s2.50 Non-seniors s4.75 Mon.-Fri.: 12-1pro No reservations required :~" U- Community Walks and Turn In Steps each week at : : (before the free community concert). Each week there will be a prize drawing and Unda NeVille (307-548-7829, Ineville@tctwest.neO OR Amber May (307448-7769, with your steps each week. on l"ues., Aug 13 at 5:30 a fresh summer produce potluck wM be held at ,~ iip~.~, Sponsored by New Horizons Care Center q4orth Big orn q4ospitalistrict for all participants. :::: ~ ~I"~' 111S Lane12. EovelI, WY Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Scattered thunderstorms 89 / 54 Friday Cooler, possible thunderstorms 75 / 50 Saturday Partly cloudy 82 / 54 Sunday Very warm and mostly sunny 86 / 54 Monday Small chance of thunderstorms 87 1 56 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook Daytime heating combining with a front coming through on Thursday will allow thunderstorms to form in the area then and on Friday. The .~,~.. ~.~1