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June 26, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 A load of lumber fell off of a railroad spectacle. DAVID PECK car near Lovell Saturday creating quite a in series BY PATTI CARPENTER en from nine unlocked ve-itentiary. On the other two Jayme Lee Nixon en- hicles and two unlocked counts he received a sen- tered a plea of guilty to two apartments. According to tence of seven to 10 years counts of aggravated bur- police accounts followingconsecutive to the first sen- glary and two counts of Nixon's arrest, items iden- tence but concurrent with simple burglary on June 19 tiffed as previously stolen one another, which will be for a series of opportunis- from the cars and apart- suspended with 10 years of tic thefts from vehicles and ments were found after hesupervised probation. apartments during a crime admitted to one burglary He is also required to spree that began in Lovell and gave officers permis-pay full restitution on all on Thanksgiving Day and sion to search his apart-counts, which amounts to continued until Lovell Po- ment. Officers found items $421. Following his release lice Officers arrested him from several of the burglar- from prison he will initial- on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013. ies including backpacks, ly have intensive probation The charge became aggra- guns, binoculars and other followed by regular proba- vated after he stole a rifle items identified by victims, tion for 10 years. If he vi- from an apartment, which Nixon appeared before olates his probation, he technically made him Judge Robert Skar in Ba- could go back to prison for "armed" during someofthe sin, where he received a seven to 10 years, accord- burglaries, sentence on the aggravated ing to information received The crime spree in- burglaries of five to 7 years by the county attorneys volved numerous items tak- in the Wyoming State Pen-office. Sheriff's report The Big Horn Coun- ter is under investigation, on her property without ty Sheriffs Office received a A child reported miss- permission. the following calls for the ing in Byron returned A group of hikers were week of June 16- 23: home. reported overdue to re- June 20: A resident ofCow- June 21: A resident of turn totheirmotel. The ley reported stolen cash Deaver complained of po- hikers returned safe. and credit cards. The mat- litical signs being placed Police Report ....... Credit card fraud under investigation The Lovell Police De- peared to be no criminal cards. The matter is under partment received the fol- activity, investigation. lowing calls for the week of June 18: A resident of Lovell June 23: A resident report- June 17- 24: complained about com- ed that money left in an June 17: An individual re- ments on Facebook. It wasunlocked vehicle was sto- ported her wallet was sto- determined that the corn-len. The matter is under len at work. The matter is ments were not a threat to investigation. under investigation, the individual'ssafety. June 24: A resident of * A property owner asked Police searched for a Lovell reported leaving officers to investigate 4-year-old boy who was a dog at a gas station in a possible break-in at reported missing: He Riverton by mistake. The a residence. The report was found at a neigh- matter was referred to was unfounded, bor's house, the Riverton Police Dept. a Police were asked to in- June 21: Several instances It was unknown at press vestigate a suspicious of credit card fraud weretime whether the dog was vehicle parked in a res- reported, totaling more found. idential area. There ap- than $7,000 on two stolen BIRTHS yield right of way, $120 We are interested in printing the Blanca Garcia, 31, no child re- births of North Big Horn County straint, $50 babies. Please call and personally Loren K. Mortensen, 31, seat report these births by contacting belt violation, $25 the Chronicle at54S-2217.Michael Chase Lewis, 16, fol- Born to Brianna Saldivar and lowing too close, $70; failure to ex- Joshua Spolini at the Powell Hospi- ercise due care, $70 tal on June 18, 2014, at 4:53 p.m., Mitchell A. King, Laramie, 24, a baby boy, Mason Jayce Spolini, failure to maintain liability insur- weighing 9 Ibs. 4.5 oz. Grandpar- ance, .$420 ents are Bernice Saldivar, Frank Mary Mitchell, 45, failure to pro- Saldivar, Toni Spolini and Micheal duce driver's license, $120 Spolini. Lake A. Isabell, 29, driving while Born to Nicole Smith at the suspended or revoked, S420 Powell Hospital on June 13, 2014, For speeding in a 20 mph con- at 10:28 p.m., a baby girl, Emaline stmction zone: Ray Smith, weighing 7 Ibs. 6 oz. Connie M. Follensbee, Billings, Grandparents are April and Dale 54, 28 mph, $95 Smith. Great-grandparents are Zachary Collins Irvine, Worland, Karen and the late Ray Carter and 36, 25 mph, $70 the late Bruce (Buzz) and Maxine Karla M. Hill, Dayton, WY, 42, 29 Emaline Nowlin. mph, $95 Michael C. Smith, Chubbuch, ID, MARRIAGES 64, 28 mph, $95 Marriage licenses issued from the Carol L. Hahn, West Valley, UT, Big Horn County Clerk's office re- 69, 25 mph, $70 cently were: Anthony S. Scaffidi,Yonkers, NY, James Arthur Bidleman Jr. and 46, 29 mph, $95 Tabathia Nichole Pond-Hobbs, William Henton, 27, 29 mph, both of Basin $95 Francis C. Kelly, Greybull, 51, 32 DEEDS mph, $138 Warranty deeds issued from the Maurice M. Hill, Norwalk, IA, 57, Big Hum County Clerk's office re- 25 mph, $65 cently were: Ray B. rink, 30, 30 mph, $130 Sterling Chavis and Maureen A. For speeding in a 20 mph school aka Maureen A. Chavez Fitzgerald zone: to Derik B. Rasmussen and Amber James W. Brinkerhoff, Oakland, M. Rasmussen; Cowley Original MI, 64, 28 mph, $170 Town, (Part) Lot 2, Block 42 Ernst Eric Zeinert, Oakville, On- James A. Rusch and Rosanna tario, 67, 35 mph, $290 N. Rusch to Jordan Lowell Brost For speeding in a 30 mph zone: and Soni Lee Brost; (Part) NW4 Ivy K. Smith, 18, 35 mph, $55 Sec. 33, T57N R96W Cheri Val Andersen and Ronald CIRCUIT COURT Dean Korell to Ronald Dean Korell Persons fined in the F~th Judicial and Becky K. Korell; (Part) Lot 104, Circuit Court in Big Hum County T56N R95W before Judge Thomas Harrington Quit Claim deeds issued from the recently were: Big Hum County Clerk's office re- Gerry Warman, born in 1983, cently were: DUI, alcohol, ist offense within 10 Leslie A. Hoffman, Trudy G. Lei- years, dismissed, one year proba- thead and Tracy A. Beal to Leslie tion, court costs $290 A. Hoffman and Tracy A. Beal; Lot Lance Sivertson, born in 1971, 69A, SW4 Sec. 23, Lot 69D, NW4, drive while license cancelled, sus- S2NE4 Sec. 23, T56N R96W pended or revoked, $520; posses- William Beal and Dorothy Beal sion of controlled substance, plant to Leslie A. Hoffman, Trudy G. Lei- 3 oz. or less, dismissed, court thead and Tracy A. Beal; Lot 69A, costs $100 SW4 Sec. 23, LOt 69D, NW4, Christopher S. Keele, born in S2NE4 Sec. 23, T56N R96W 1976, battery of household mere- Duane H. Homewood and ber, 6 months probation, 180 Elaine S. Homewood to Lucky G. days in jail (151 days suspended), Homewood and Tina Homewood; $1040 ($750 suspended) Frannie Original Town, (Part) Lots Paul A. Larson, Greybull, born 5, 6, 7, Block 37 in 1991, interference with peace David L. Preator and Judith A. officer, 365 days in the Big Hum Preator to Judith A. Preator; Byron County Detention Center (352 Original Town, (Part) Lot 4, Block 7. days, suspende,d~t ~:~nths su- : pervised probation, $765 MUNICIPAL COURT Bonnie L. White, born in 1979, Persons fined in the Lovell Munic- extradition: issue warrant for arrest ipal Court in Lovell before Judge Mark R. Senn, Powell, born in Sylvia Gams recently were: 1989, expired temporary license Suika M. Rivett, 35, failure to permits, $65 George J. Kauffman, Laurel, MT, bum in 1967, failing to stop at sign, $115 Jacob D. Mickelson, born in 1996, no seat belt: driver, $25; no seat belt: driver with passenger un- der 12 years, $25 Shauna M. Hillman, born in 1970, failing to stop at sign, $110 Kevin N. Rider, Delta, CO, born in 1989, driving while under sus- pension, second offense, $410 Shaylee C. Hixon, Burlington, bum in 1995, no seat belt: driver, $30 Speeding in a 20 mph zone: Brian C. Allen, Billings, born in 1973, $65 Speeding in a 30 mph zone: Rolando G. Davila, born in 1958, $108 Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Dhaliwal M. Singh, Auburn, WA, bum in 1985, $87 Kyunghee Min, Vestavia, AL, born in 1970, $78 Ethan T. Angell, born in 1990, $67 Hugh K. Batty, Sheridan, born in 1998, $76 Dustin D. Feiska, Bozeman, MT, born in 1975, $72 Bradley A. Parker, Worland, born in 1983, $78 Silva C. Flores, McAIlen, Texas, born in 1932, $111 Brynna E. Barbour, Milton, VT, born in 1993, $84 Danielle L. Reasch, born in 1992, $70 Thomas W. Bishop, Venice, FL, born in 1945, $70 William R. Stangl, Cheyenne, born in 1958, $73 Kevin N. Rider, Delta, CO, born in 1989, $79 Tracy D. Smith, Billings, born in 1962, $67 Frank Pacheco, Worland, born in 1952, $82 Robert H. Scott, Potsdam, NY, born in 1943, $67 Udo Paul S. Huebner, Germany, born in 1945, $82 Eric Johannsen, Powell, born in 1969, $70 Carla K. Scharen, Greybull, born in 1966, $67 Jesse A. Preis, Emblem, born in 1992, $78 William A. Buckner, Billings, bum in 1931, $15 Casey T. Massey, Basin, born in 1977, $15 Renee Jensen, bum in 1967, $73 Richard A. Sawley, Gray, GA, born in 1961, $81 James R. Talich, eDdy, born in Peter H. Fake,, Gainesville FL,I born in 1936, $90' ....... Persons are local residents un- less otherwise indicated. BY PATrl CARPENTER The course will coy- There is a $10 fee for Sheriff Ken Blackburn er animal identification,the class. Space is limited will be teaching a hunt- outdoor ethics and surviv- so advance signup is highly er safety class, July 7 - al, laws specific to hunting recommended. Participants July 23, at the police an- and gun safety. The law re- can sign up on the Wyo- nex building, in Lovell. The quires anyone born after ming Game and Fish web- classes will take place on 1966 to take the course be- site www. http://wgfd.wyo. Mondays and Wednesdays fore applying for a license gov/web2011/home.aspx. from 6 - 8 p.m. There will to hunt but others born be- For more information call also be one Saturday class fore that date can take the 548-2813. to be arranged, class. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday isolated thunderstorms 86 / 58 Friday Scattered thunderstorms 80 / 52 Saturday Mild, scattered thunderstorms 79 / 53 Sunday A little warmer, mostly dry 84 / 52 Monday Partly cloudy 80 / 49 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook A daily chance of scattered shower and thunderstorm activity will last through at least Saturday. Temperatures will also be turning a little cooler again and below normal, As we head into the last couple of days of June and early July conditions look to turn mostly dry and potentially warmer. Climate Almanac Lovell Greybull Avem~ H ~ B~ ~ 52 Ave~ ~i~rdl~ Record High/Low 111 in 1919 35in t995 Record Hgh/Low 109 n2010 39 n1995 Record 24hr. Precip.0.94" in 1969 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.62" in 2000 Jet Stream Forecast for 06130 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset #riday 5130 AM 9:04 PM Sunday 5:30 AM 9:04 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www,crh,noaa,gov/fiw/index.htrn ,.%, 80s / 50s. "%~. ~,.. : - ~:', .... .~o. Worland~. ......... .,..~ 80s / 50s .'%,~