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www. LovellChronicle.com July 1, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Bond stands again at $1 million for Deaver man BY BRENDA TENBOER After nearly 90 min- utes of arguments, District Court Judge Steven Cran- fill again determined bond will stand at $1 million in the case of Marvin Tilley of Deaver. The June 24 bond modi- fication hearing was a con- tinuation from May 27, when Cranfill said he need- ed more information to de- termine if a lower bond is appropriate for Tilley, 58. Attorney James Cast- berg of Sheridan requested that the court accept the deed of Tilley&apos;s home and reduce the $1 million-cash or surety bond to a $100,000 signature bond. Tilley has always had the option of working with a bail bondsman that on a $1 million cash or surety bond would equate to a de- fendant paying roughly 10 percent, which for Tilley would mean a $100,000 fee, in addition to signing over adequate collateral. A $100,000 signature bond, if allowed, would mean Tilley would be free on his promise to appear for all court hearings or risk arrest and requirement to post the $100,000 cash be- fore being released again. Tilley is facing six felo- ny sex crimes against chil- dren alleged to have tak- en place in the 1970s and 1980s. Law enforcement of- ficials state Tilley left the area, fled from a hospital with untreated injuries sustained in a car wreck and fought extradition from Montana to avoid ar- rest. Big Horn County and Prosecuting Attorney Geor- gia Antley Hunt said Depu- ty Prosecutor Jim Hallman argued vehemently against lowering bond in this case at the June 24 hearing. "If the allegations in the information are true, Tilley is a dangerous man who faces life in prison if con- victed," Antley Hunt said in an interview Tuesday. Antley Hunt said Cran- fill agreed the "county is not in the real estate busi- ness." Cranfill, instead of low- ering the bond as request- ed, added the provision that Tilley will wear and pay for a GPS ankle monitor should he post bond, according to Antley Hunt. During a previous hear- ing Hallman indicated to the court that prosecutors fully expected more victims to come forward during the investigation. When asked if more charges are pending in this case, Antley Hunt said she is not able to comment. Sex offenders banned from living near school BY BRENDA TENBOER The Wyoming Legisla- ture passed a new law this spring that prohibits regis- tered sex offenders from liv- ing within 1,000 feet of any school. The law goes into effect July 1 (today), and local law enforcement and school authorities are tentative- ly scheduled to meet July 12 to discuss other restric- tions, according to Sheriff Ken Blackburn. Blackburn said he sup- ports the new law and wants to help each superin- tendent of Big Horn County school districts adopt poli- cies concerning sex offend- ers that incorporate the there," Blackburn said. "What we want to do is to sit down and make sure those situations are covered." Law enforcement offi- cials may be forced to spend more time making sure the 22 registered offenders liv- ing in the county are toeing the line as far as the new law is concerned, he said. Blackburn said not only are offenders not allowed to rent or buy or get a resi- dence agreement some oth- er way, but they are also not allowed to loiter with- in 1,000 feet of the school property. "We're going to go a whole block," he said. The law does not keep offenders from crossing school property if no chil- dren are present. The changes are a step up from the previous law, which did not contain any residency restrictions, ac- cording to Blackburn. "We'll have a policy worked out by the time kids go back to school," Blackburn said. The 2007 Wyoming Sex Offender Registry Act re- quires those convicted of most sex crimes to regis- ter with the local Sheriffs Office and provide current home address, work place and description of car. A the reco00 in _ BtgHo00County MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Rodney Graham and Kimberly May Huller, both of Lovell BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by con- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Carlye and Jeremy Ward at the Pow- ell Valley Hospital on June 19, 2010 at 6:45 a.m., a baby boy, Cooper Ryan Ward weighing 5 Ibs. 6 oz. His grandparents are Billy and Teresa Fossen and Debbie and George Ward. Born to Mariah Mumford and Manuel Briseno at the Powell Valley Hospital on June !9, 2010 at 5:25 p.m., a baby boy, Avry Jo- seph Briseno weighing 6 Ibs. 15 oz. His grandparents are Myron and Julie Mum- ford of Lovell and Manuel and Evelyn Briseno of Powell. Born to Julia and Casey Crosby at the Powell Valley Hospital on June 25, 2010 at 6:42 p.m., a baby girl, Annie Crosby weighing 9 Ibs. 11 oz. Her grandparents are Rodney and Josephine Crosby and Mark and Ja- net Burton. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Chris Wilkerson to Serapio Garcia; Lovell Alta Vista Subdivision Block 5 Lot 1 Susan T. Kohn formerly Susan Thatch Rael and Gregory N. Kohn to David D. Rael; Cowley Original Town Block 27 Lot 1, Lot 2 (Part), and Lot 4 Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Rodney E. Workman and Susan M. Workman to Jacob J. Hatch and Shanell Hatch; T56N R96W Lot 110 (Part), Lot 104 (Part), T56N R96W E2NW4, E2SW4 Sec. 18 (Part), Lot 3 (Part), Lot 4 (Part) T56N R96W NW4, NW4NE4, NW4SW4 Sec. 17 (Part) Ireta L. Musgrave to Joan Hansen, Dustin L. Fuller, Debra Joan Fuller, Cathryn Anna Fuller nka Cathryn Anna Nelson and Bar- ry Fuller; Lovell Linnabary "B" Subdivision Block 6 Lot 1 (Part) MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gains recently were: Adrian W. Flood, 28, 28 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $150 Tegan Layne, 24, failure to maintain lane, care- Registrants are also recent photo of the offender newle oftlj L banned from alIschool bus- is alo oared for the ublic , ..... .,, ,qhddls car, ayee es o other,v.ehiclestr.ans.-:, :t; the WEoming DLvision. ban :r an evetif there porting children to and: of CHminal Investigation is some legitimate reason from school-related activi- Web site at http://wysors. the sex offender should be ties. dci.wyo.gov. Police end chase with taser The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of June 22- 29, 2010: June 23: Lovell officers wrote a citation for MIP alcohol after a traffic stop involving a minor who had been drinking. ir .An officer arrested Stephen Christens- en, 23, for DUI and transported him to jail in Basin. He was also given a cita- tion for operating a vehicle without a functioning interlock device. r -Officers issued two citations, one to a driver for careless driving and another to a passenger for open container follow- ing a traffic stop at the Country Store. According to police records, the vehicle was pulled over after it sped past a dis- persing crowd outside of the Hyart The- atre. June 24: Vance Horton came to the annex to make contact with an officer and was ob- served to be allegedly intoxicated. After be- ing questioned at the annex, the man left by car and a Lovell officer and county Sher- iffs deputy began pursuing the vehicle near the Red Eagle west of Lovell. The car didn't stop and a chase oc- curred. Horton allegedly drove on the wrong side of the road, forcing motorists to clear the way while he fled the officers. The chase ended near Foster Gulch Golf Course, when the driver was tased and removed from the vehicle following a struggle with law enforcement. Horton was transported to jail in Ba- sin and given citations for DUI and driving under suspension. Additional charges are pending. June 26: Following a traffic stop in the ear- ly morning hours, officers arrested Chris- tine Saldivar, 36, for DUI and transported her to jail in Basin. June 27: Officers received a report of a home burglary in Lovell. Adra Lee Har- rington was arrested for burglary and transported to jail in Basin. Deputies make arrests in north end port of a juvenile family member attacking someone with a weed trimmer. The case is being investigated and the subject was transported to a group home. June 24-" Deputies assisted the Lovell Po- lice Department with the arrest of Vance Horton. June 25-' The Sheriffs Office received a re- port of a vehicle theft in progress. Upon ar- rival, deputies determined the report was part of a domestic dispute. While deputies were on scene, a subject allegedly slapped a family member and was cited for breach of peace and unlawful contact. The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls for the week of June 21-28, 2010: June 21: Deputies arrested Raymond Or- tiz Jr. at the Lovell annex after the subject turned himself in for an active Big Horn County warrant. June 22: Deputies arrested Charlene Sack- ett, 33, on an active Big Horn County war- rant and transported her to jail in Basin. Pete Rodriguez was arrested for an ac- tive BHC warrant in Byron and trans- ported to jail in Basin. June 23" Deputies are investigating a re- less driving, fined $220 Samuel G. Briseno, 29, destruction of property, fined $560 Tara L. Heier, 31, Billings, Montana, failure to maintain lane, fined $60 Cathryn Pope, 45, Murrumbateman Wales, NSW, failure to yield-pedestrian, fined $60 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Michael G. Jams, 53, Helena, Montana, 53 mph, fined $142 Leonard D. Arps, 66, Worland, Wyoming, 39 mph, fined $86 Heather Wilson, 25, Powell, Wyoming, 38 mph, fined $82 Individuals are local residents unless oth- erwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Raymond L. Gerber, 59, interfering with a peace officer, fined $255 Christopher J. Wedde, 17, meet or pass stopped school bus, fined $410 Becky L. Steele, 64, 50 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $140 Richard G. Munsinger, 47, failure to provide proof of liability insurance, fined $400 Michael W. Burnett, 51, 40 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $90 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Charity C. Capshaw, 35, 78 mph, fined $69 Arminda M. Chavez, 24, 77 mph, fined $66 MarkA. Severson, 51, 75 mph, fined $60 Corey J. Bock, 27, 70 mph, fined $15 Kyle W. Miller, 24, 75 mph, fined $60 Kevin C. Barela, 22, 79 mph, fined $72 Benjamin E. Lauing, 21,87 mph, fined $96 Ricky E. Hrab, 50, 76 mph, fined $63 Christopher E. Godfrey, 25, 78 mph, fined $69 Melinda S. Klarich, 31, 78 mph, fined $69 Jordon B. Peterson, 22, 82 mph, fined $81 Joo H. Kim, 31, 87 mph, fined $66 Nicholas S. Rivers, 27, 74 mph, fined $57 Wendy Jo Fossen, 28, 86 mph, fined $93 Gordon G. Hancock, 70, 75 mph, fined $60 Charles R. McClure, 69, 77 mph, fined $66 Alanna Christina Anderson, 19, 79 mph, fined $8O Steven S. Hunder, 29, 75 mph, fined $60 Lorenzo D. Schumann, 43, 70 mph, fined $15 Suh Yewseok, 40, 74 mph, fined $57 Patrick R. Durtsche, 23, 80 mph, fined $85 Kory M. Hammer, 22, 80 mph, fined $75 Twila H. Kauffman, 57, 74 mph, fined $57 A bio thank you to Eed Apple Supermarket for the use of their parkino lot sell our pulled pork sandwiches... and the public for your suppor00 ! We used approximatdY 2,000 Ibs. of pork last week! F..5. We are also grateful to have so many pigs in ourcommunity] Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Scattered clouds, very warm 89 / 59 Friday A few thunderstorms 85 / 57 ;] ;i | [,] I m :r.l.- I, il]11H r;: Saturday Isolated t-storms at best 81 / 55 There will be plenty of sun and warmth over the next couple of days. A Sunday Turning sunny 80 / 52 Monday Mostly sunny 81 / 55 vAv/:J :(=a, [, I[e]lrli r;T: . weak front will just nudge through the area late Friday into early ..-+!..%:  Saturday, which could produce a few isolated thunderstorms, i!! ''+ '  + 0=/S0;"' ;:)":: "ii i. Significant precipitation is not expected. 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