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, . . . , . Jul 9, 2020 l The Lovell Chronicle 5 Report Person punched in face does not pursue charges The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of June 29 to July 5: June 29: A resident on West Third Street is out $2,000 after his computer was in— fected by a virus, confronting him with a message that his computer had been taken over. The message prompted the resident to buy $2,000 in iTunes gift cards. After the message failed to go away, the resident reported the case as fraud. The case has been reported to the FBI’s Cyber Division. July 1: Officers responded to the Lovell Li— brary after a resident began lighting off fireworks in front of the building. Sever- Sheriff’s report 31 cases of illegal fireworks were report- ed last week. Police Chief Dan Laffin said in all cases, those lighting the fireworks complied with officers. July 5: Officers responded to a business on Main Street after a customer reported being punched in the face. Officers were able to quickly identify the assailant, but the victim did not wish to pursue charges. Note: The calls listed above were received by the Lovell Police Department. Persons ar— rested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dis— missed as determined by the County Attorney. Vehicle sale may result in theft charge The Big Horn Sheriff’s Department re— ceived the following calls for the week of June 29 to July 6: June 29: Deputies responded to a case of harassment during the Lovell Rodeo as an audience member stated that another member of the audience was slandering him, accusing him of being on drugs. Dep- uties were unable to verify the merit of the claim and defused the situation. July 1: Deputies are investigating what may be a case of theft after a Lovell resi- dent sold a truck to a Big Horn County res— ident and failed to receive any payment for the truck. The case is under investigation. July 3: Events described as ‘suspicious’ are being investigated at the Byron Bar after Note: The deputies discovered a surveillance camera being tampered with. No more informa— tion is available at this time. The incident remains under investigation. calls listed above were re— ceived by Big Horn Sheriff’s Department. Persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney. Drug trade investigation results in two arrests BY RYAN FITZMAURICE Two residents of Cow— ley have been arrested for conspiracy to deliver con— trolled substances. Lynette Frost, 53, and Steven Anthony Frost, 67, have both been charged with two counts of unlaw— ful delivery and two counts of conspiracy to deliv- er controlled substances. All four counts are felony charges. Lovell Police Chief Dan Laffin said the two are known in the department as being involved in the 10— cal drug trade and also al- leged the two are well— known in the community for the same. The arrests are the re— sult of a long-term multiple agency investigation, ac— cordin to Laffin. “I ave had people in my office who I’ve talked to who I’ve known to be in the drug business. Every time, I’ve given them three options,” Laffin said. “The first is quit the lifestyle. The second is get out of my jurisdiction and the third is or I’ll bury you in jail.” Laffin said, regret— tably, some continue in the drug trade until held responsible. “They get comfortable because the investigations take a while,” Laffin said. “But the bear trap will close in on them.” Signs not allowed in highway rights-of-way The Wyoming Depart- ment of Transportation issued a reminder July 6 that advertising signs can- not be placed in the state frights'4of-way. ' " " “With the upcom— ing elections, we’ve seen an increase in the num— ber of signs our mainte- nance crews are having to remove from the right— ofvway fence or from the right—of—way itself,” said WYDOT area maintenance supervisor Brian Pittman of Basin. “Wyoming law and WYDOT policy prohibit placement of signs in those areas, so when our mainte- nance crews come through an area, they pick them up and take them to the area maintenance office. Who— 10—104 ever owns the sign has two weeks to claim the sign, and then we dispose of the sign if it is not claimed.” Wyomin Statute ,24— , fist-ates that-outdoor advertising must meet cer- tain conditions for place— ment. Fines and even jail time can be inflicted on those who don’t comply with the law. “This applies to political candidates, real estate rep— resentatives and residents advertising garage sales. Posting these signs along roadways is illegal with— in the right—of—way of ru— ral highways and inter— states,’ Pittman said. “The signs can become a real problem for motor- ists, both by restricting line of sight and creating a potential collision hazard. We understand signs are placed to help business- es, but rights—of—way must Stay clear of signs fetisafE~ ty reasons.” " Business people and citizens who believe their signs may have been removed by WYDOT crews may contact the nearest WYDOT maintenance of— fice to make arrangements to pick up the signs. “Our concern is always for the safety of the travel— ing public,” Pittman said. For more information on your local WYDOT of— fice, road construction, closures and weather con- ditions, please visit www. dot.state.wy.us. Enzi cosponsors bill to increase g0vernment efficiency Washington, DC. — US. Senator Mike Enzi, R—Wyo., signed on to leg— islation that aims to cre— ate more efficienc by modifying, consoli ating or repealing outdated, du- plicative or unnecessary agency regulations. “Congress should al— ways be looking to stream— line the federal govern— ment so it is more efficient and accountable to hard- working taxpayers,” Enzi said. “Wasting taxpay— er dollars is unacceptable and our nation’s spending crisis makes it even more important to reduce need- less and duplicative gov— ernment programs.” The Unnecessary Agency Regulations Re- duction Act would create a process to eliminate mul— tiple regulations originat— ing from any and all agen- cies in a joint resolution. It would require the Admin— istrator of the Office of In— formation and Regulatory Affairs, on an annual basis, to submit a list of outdat- ed, duplicative or burden— some agency regulations to modify, consolidate or repeal. The list of recom— mended regulations for consolidation, modifica— tion or repeal would be in— cluded in the President’s Unified Agenda. The list would then be transmit— ted to the relevant con— gressional committees to review, and the final list of recommendations would 'be introduced as a joint resolution, which would be eligible for expedited con— sideration in Congress. The legislation is led by US. Senator Rick Scott, R—Fla., and also co- sponsored by US Sena— tors Tom Cotton, R-Ark., Steve Daines, R—Mont., Josh Hawley, R—Miss., Kelly Loeffler, R—Ga., David Per- due, R—Ga., and Thom Til— lis, R—N.C. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Sunny Prepr Chance: 5% 86/60 Ffiday Mostly Sunny Precip Chance: 10% 90/59 Saturday Mostly Sunny Prepr Chance: 5% 88/61 Woody’s auto 5 Light Truck Salvage 307—664—2348 Low Prices Fast, Friendly Service Sunday Mostly Sunny Prepr Chance: 5% 93/66 Monday Mostly Sunny Precip Chance: 5% 88/61 2 miles North of Deaver Hours: Tues.-Fri.,1OAM-5PM Sat, 1OAM-2PM Now accepting all major credit cards Teresa Doerr, Manager 1 Cell: 307-254—1431 Dale Doerr I Cell: 307-202—0091 On the Record in Big Horn County BIRTHS (Part) Lot 3, Block 18: We are interested in printing the Gerry R. Burton and births of North Big Horn Coun- Ashlee Burton to Landmark ty babies. Report these births Construction & Develop— to the Lovell Chronicle at 307- ment, Inc; Big Horn Coun— 548-2217. ty 8.8. 19-005 Subdivision, Born to Cory and Arie Lot 1, Lot 940, 94P, 94,T56N of title, certificate of regis— Wilder at Cody Regional R96W. tration and license plates/ Hospital on June 17, 2020, Quitclaim deeds issued from temSporary permit required, at 1:50 am. a baby boy, Au- the Big Hom County Clerk’s of- $12 . gustus “Gus” JaCk Wilder, ficerecentlywere: Joseph M. Morris, Byron, weighing7 lbs., 7 oz. Grand- Linda Schwope, Lance 1st offense child endanger— parents are Phil and Jen L. Schwope and Michelle ment, 180 days jail (154 sus- Klebenstein and Todd and M. Schwope to Linda Ma- pended), 1 year supervised Debbie Wilder. rie Schwope, trustee, and probation, $305. DEEDS Michelle Marie Schwope, Jared L. Adams, Laramie, Warranty deeds issued from trustee, of the Linda M. no registration and improp- the Big Horn County Clerk’s of- Schwope Revocable Liv— er display of tabs, $75. fioe recently were: ing Trust dated February Jose R. Rosales, Laurel, Derek Sullivan to Nora 18, 2020; SE4NE4, SE4SE4 Mont., speeding in a su- Sullivan; Byron Ori inal Sec. 26, NW4NW4, SE4NW4, erintendent’s speed zone, Town, (Part) Lot 3, Bloc 6. SW4SW4 Sec. 25, T57N 150. Penny Jolley and Jana R97W. Speeding Ina30 mph zone: Bloch to David C. Jolley and MUNICIPAL COURT Colt William Stroud, Emily Grace Jolle ; Lot 53, Persons fined in the Lovell Mu- Nashville, $225. T56N R96W, Love 1 Strongs nicipal Court before Judge Bret Speeding In a 70 mph zone: “ ", (Part Lot 1, Block 3. T. Allred recently were: Tiana S. Ellison, Burling- Jenni er Dee Wellin Paul John Strom Thatch, ton, $100. to Edward M. Willis an Lovell, 33, no vehicle regis— Bryon A. Wetzel, Univer— M. Kayleen Willis; Cowley tration required, $135. sity Place, Wash., $100. Original Town, (Part) Lot 2, Speeding in a 30 mph zone: - Jordon E. Alcaraz, La Mi- Block 53. Whitney M. Perry, Min— rada, Calif, $115. Steven Hunder to By- erva, Ohio, 33,40 mph, $125. Moises Memije-Roman, ron T. Kinkade and Jessica CIRCUIT COURT Novi, Mich., $120. S. Kinkade; Byron Ori inal Persons fined In the Fifth Ju- Shawna R. Ross, Billings, Town, (Part) Lot 4, Bloc 2. dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn $84. Edward Robert Hopster County before Judge Edward G. Timothy J. Harding, New and Rochelle Bardean Hop- Luhm recently were: Braunfels, Texas, $205. ster to Sammie Jo Schaef— Elijah John Bass, Burling— Rupert R. Mangus, Lovell, fer; Byron Original Town, ton, use of a controlled sub— $15. stance, schedule I, II or III, 7 days jail, $305; use of a con- trolled substance, schedule I, II or III, $305. Kenneth J. Stewart, Cody, no valid certificate NORTH BIG HORN HOSPITAL CLINIC SPORTS 7mm; BYIIPPOINTMENT any Students in Bingorn County School Districts #1 and #2 only ' Sports physicals will need to be paid for at time Of service. Medicaid patients are encouraged to schedule a Well-Child Check appointment in order for your insurance to pay for your visit. Ninth flBig Horn ‘ibspi ta [District n NORTH BlG HORN HOSPlTAL CLlNlC 1115 Lane 12 - Lovell 548-5201 -www.nbhh.com RESUMING HOMETOWN HEALTHY LIVING WITH COVlD-19 RESTRICTIONS - You will be screened upon entering and will be required to wear a mask. - Social distancing will be enforced. You will register in the Hospital Lobby and be given a pager, which will notify you when the lab is ready. . - Results will be mailed to you. AM 1 1 AM Every Tuesday Beginning on May 19 LAB TESTS OFFERED COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT I $15 Evaluates your overall health and can detect a wide range of disorders, including anemia, infection and leukemia. LIPID PROFILE* I $25 Measures the amount of cholesterol (HDL good cholesterol and LDL bad cholesterol) and fats called triglycerides. COMPREHENSIVE CHEMISTRY PANEL* $25 Tests your sugar (glucose) level, electrolyte and fluid ba ance, as well as your kidney and liver function. TSH $25 Thyroid Stimulating Hormone regulates the way your body uses energy. HEMOGLOBIN NC I $30 This reflects your average blood glucose levels over the past three months. PSA $35 . Prostate-specific antigen is a protein produced by cells of the prostate gland and is measured by a PSA blood test. BLOOD TYPE I $20 Tests for A, B, AB, or 0 blood types and the Rh antigen, a compound that may or may not be present. CBC AND COMPREHENSIVE CHEMISTRY PANEL* I $35 Includes the complete blood count and comprehensive chemistry panel.