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www. LovellChronicle.com July 29, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 1 BY BRAD DEVEREAUX the guns were discovered Minchow again on June 1 A date has been set for to be missing by the prop- while he was in jail for the the preliminary hearing erty's caretaker. There was Western Sugar burglary, involving a local man who no sign of forced entry at and Minchow allegedly ad- allegedly took guns from athe home and deputy Jeff mitted to taking the guns residence in Deaver. Angell examined the two a couple at a time and giv- The preliminary hear- gun safes at the residence, ing them to a friend. After ing for Jeffery Minchow, which were left with the interviewing the subject, 26, was set for Aug. 4 at keys in their doors and adeputies recovered the 15 11 a.m. at the courtroom gun left in each safe. guns at a house in Lovell. in Basin. Minchow is being Deputies then asked Minchow is being held charged with larceny for Minchow to come to the on a $5,000 signature bond the theft of 15 guns. annex where Sheriff Ken while awaiting his prelimi- According to court doc- Blackburn interviewed nary hearing. uments, Minchow had a him. During the inter- Guns that were alleg- key to the residence of Wil- view, Minchow allegedly edly taken include a Bai- liam Roberts because he confessed to a burglary at kal Russia 410 shotgun, was helping feed the hors-the Western Sugar Facto- a Wyoming Jubilee Win- es kept there, ry, but denied taking thechester rifle, a Marlin 22, Deputies were called to guns. a Beretta 380 and a Smith investigate on May 15 after Blackburn interviewed and Wesson 45. Police The Lovell Police Department received July 24: After giving a warning earlier in the following calls for the week of July 20- the night for walking the street while in- 27, 2010: toxicated, officers arrested Francisco Rob- July 21: The Lovell Police Department is ert Pena, 26, of Greybull, after an alterca- investigating an incident that occurred at tion with another subject in Lovell. New Horizons Care Center. July 25-" An officer discovered two dead July 22: Officers responded to a report of puppies at the pound after a vicious dog missing children near Lovell Elementary that was being held in the same cage killed School. After a brief search, officers were them. The vicious dog was also the mother notified that the children had been locat- of the two puppies. Officers moved the vis- ed. cous dog to another pen and removed the July 23: Officers received a report of young dead puppies. boys throwing rocks at a Lovell home. Upon ~ Deputies received a report of a physical making contact, the boys said a dog came altercation at the Maverik parking lot at them and they had to throw a sandal at where a subject was struck in the face. the dog to keep it away. Officers then spoke The subject signed a complaint regard- to the parents of one of the boys. ing the incident. The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls for the week of July 19-26, 2010: July 20: Deputies are investigating a re- port of a vandalism that occurred to vehi- cles and heavy equipment parked at a con- struction company. Extra patrols will be carried out in the area. Dodge Neon that struck the deer. July 24: A deputy pulled over a vehicle near the Lovell Community Center after the driver accelerated quickly while leav- ing the Red Eagle parking lot around mid- night. The vehicle was originally stopped for exhibition of acceleration, but deputies also had a reasonable suspicion that the Deputies arrested Israel Silva, 21, on a occupants were involved in illegal drug ac- ~.: ~ I-~rn Cp~at~ ~,r.a~.,t for criminal tivity, according to Sheriff Ken Blackburn. ~' ei~'try, and. dF~ruction. of property from ~ K9 (]rug dog 'Tank alerted on the vehicle, arrmc~dent on July 1 in Byron. He was but the driver refused to allow deputies to transported to jail in Basin. search the vehicle. ~" Deputies assisted the Hot Springs Coun- Though the department could have ty Sheriffs Department and arrested searched the vehicle following the K9 alert, Jacob Miller during a traffic stop in Big Blackburn said they instead chose to im- Horn County. Deputies collected a $66 pound the vehicle and obtain a search war- bond from Miller. rant. July 21: Deputies responded to an acci- Deputies obtained the warrant by 3 dent on 14A at mile marker 75 on the Big a.m. and searched the vehicle, discovering Horn Mountains involving a single vehicle weapons, drug residue, seeds, parapher- hitting a cow in the road. Passengers were nalia and other incriminating evidence in- cared for at the scene and the cow, which side. had multiple broken bones, was dispatched Driver Quentin Roemich, 18, was cit- humanely by a deputy. Deputies provided ed for possession of a controlled substance traffic control at the scene for about two and additional charges may be pending for hours, the other occupant of the vehicle. July 22: Deputies responded to avehicle vs. July 25: Deputies responded to a report deer collision on Hwy. 14A between Lovell of a cow vs. vehicle collision on Hwy. 14A and Byron. A deputy dispatched the deer near Taggarts Cabin turnoff. The crash after contacting the Game and Fish Depart- was near the location of the cow vs. vehicle ment and there was minimal damage to the accident four days prior. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Antonio Montuy Jr. and Pamela Sue Hiser, both of Lovell Nathan Alan Adels and Megan Clarissa Jares, both of Manderson Paul Eugene North and Belinda Gall Williams, both of Deaver Shawn Rodger Christopherson of Burlington and Amber Nicole Getzfreid of Basin 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 Laura and Skyler Hetland at the Pow- ell Valley Hospital on July 19, 2010 at 8:39 a.m., a baby boy, Leland Crowe Hetland weighing 8 Ibs. 6 oz. His grandparents are Grandma Elaine, Grandpa Elias, Grand- pa Mark and Nana Lois. Great-grandma is Edith Hetland. Born to Samantha Marie and Craig Canaday Mickelson at the Powell Valley Hospital on July 23, 2010 at 10:44 p.m., a baby girl, KayLynn Lee Mickelson weighing 7 Ibs. 2 oz. Her grandparents are Michael and Sandy Wilson of Cowley and Cheri and Kendall Mickelson of Lovell. Great- grandparents are Gladys McNeil and Di- ane Conl.ey, both of Lovell, Sally Wilson of Cowley and Lupe Hernandez of Powell. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Alan J. Bair and Mary A. Bair to Jay L. Brinker- hoff and Miranda Shanta; Lovell Railroad Subdivision Block 8 Lot 7 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Frank J. Clair Jr., 40, Green Acres, Washing- ton, broken windshield, fined $104 Deon D. Baker, 24, no drivers license, fined $60 Michael M. Asay, 27, failure to maintain lane resulting in an accident, fined $70 Darren D. Bedinger, 46, Greybull, seat belt vio- lation, fined $25 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Elinor Cruze, 75, Greybull, 39 mph, fined $96 Gwyndolyn Raisner, 24, Pipersville, Pennsyl- vania, 45 mph, fined $130 Ajeetkumar Gaddipati, 39, Waukesha, Wash- ington, 40 mph, fined $100 William J. Bennett, 39, Phoenix, Arizona, 39 mph, fined $106 Devon T. Yang, 21, Ledgewood, New Jersey, 38 mph, fined $82 Darin T. Rehn, 36, Billings, Montana, 38 mph, fined $82 Individuals are local residents unless oth- erwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT der the influence of alcohol, fined $630, 6 months probation and 10 days in jail (7 days suspended) Adra Lee Harrington, larceny under $1000, fined $580 ($200 suspended), 6 months probation and 30 days in jail (21 days sus- pended) Jack C. Muller, 60, stop sign violation, fined $100 Kimitoshi Sato, 41, failure'to drive on the right side of roadway, fined $50 Jeremiah R. Langston, 22, 40 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $100 Roderick T. Winland, 39, no child safety re- straint system, fined $50 Teresa E. Hart, 23, seat belt violation, fined $25 Anita S. Byrd, 38, 41 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $104 George D. Nakhle, 61, 64 mph in a 55 mph zone, fined $50 Royden B. Jones, 46, brake hose/tubing chaff- ing &/or kinking, fined $160; tires under in- flated, fined $160 Patty N. Sponsel, 19, failure to display license plates or permits as required, fined $60 Hsueh-Jeng Cheng, 56, failure to obey no passing zone signs or markings, fined $9O For speeding in a 65 mph zone: James N. Fletcher Jr., 45, 79 mph, fined $72 Glen J. Young, 49, 79 mph, fined $72 Olivia L. Fulkerson, 49, 76 mph, fined $63 Everett R. Cook, 21, 76 mph, fined $63 Jasper H. Ingalls, 28, 78 mph, fined $69 Michael Neves, 35, 78 mph, fined $69 Robert L. Owen, 44, 75 mph, fined $60 Pedro Garcia, 24, 75 mph, fined $60 Jason W. Sleep, 40, 74 mph, fined $57 Paul C. Sereno, 52, 78 mph, fined $69 Erin C. Fitzgerald, 28, 74 mph, fined $57 Michael H. Reatherford, 56, 75 mph, fined $6O Michael Wangsmo, 40, 77 mph, fined $66 Paul R. Michalski, 54, 78 mph, fined $69 Bryan J. Liming, 27, 81 mph, fined $78 Ava Aufderheide, 19, 74 mph, fined $57 David P. Regnier, 45, 75 mph, fined $60 Elizabeth M. Davison, 25, 79 mph, fined $72 Jennifer A. Padilla, 34, 74 mph, fined $57 Robert H. Stanley, 71, 74 mph, fined $57 Lee O. Coldren, 67, 75 mph, fined $60 Michael P. Wells, 38, 76 mph, fined $63 Douglas W. Swihart, 38, 77 mph, fined $66 Neal C. LaFever, 66, 85 mph, fined $90 Freedom A. Derrico, 28, 75 mph, fined $70 Robert A. Rael, 53, 79 mph, fined $70 Haotian Liu, 55, 81 mph, fined $88 Deirdre H. Herbert, 22, 80 mph, fined $85 Shelly M. Meneses, 48, 76 mph, fined $73 David W. Oswandel, 42, 77 mph, fined $76 Randy S. Kohl, 44, 76 mph, fined $73 Jose R. Nevaraz-Romero, 48, 78 mph, fined $89 Ella J. Lewis, 32, 75 mph, fined $70 Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Danny S. Ha~mons, 63 74 mph, fined $67 .... Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- M~rtih'J. D~,"~h'uei:53 71 mph fined $58 rington recently were: Dilipkuma I~.l'Wa~l'44, 75 mph, fined $70 :' Tyrell R. Bischoff, 20, seat belt violation, fined Harold James Johnson, 72, 75 mph, fined $70 $25 Bryan P. Buffington, 41, 74 mph, fined $67 Wayne L. Holm, 67, seat belt violation, fined Deanna Robinson, 48, 74 mph, fined $65 $25 Douglas P. Nolon, 21, 85 mph, fined $90 Thomas E. Liston, 60, failure to retain previous Jade A. Fuller, 31, 74 mph, fined $57 7 days logs, fined $168 Shannon Schell, 22, 71 mph, fined $48 Lorissa M. Aagold, 23, seat belt violation, fined Michael F. Rymkiewicz, 25, 89 mph, fined $25 $112 Shiloh O. Little, 38, violation of legal weight, Eli Kraut, 62, 79 mph, fined $82 fined $80 Cathy M. Roberts, 47, 76 mph, fined $73 Sandra L. Osborne, 54, breach of peace, fined Pedro J. Sanchez-Vilchis, 60, 76 mph, fined $480 ($300 suspended), 6 months proba- $73 lion and 30 days in jail (suspended) Michael Dollard Jr., 26, 82 mph, fined $91 Christine Sunshine Saldivar, 36, driving un- Eric G. Storck, 47, 82 mph, fined $91 Have a news tip? Contact us at the Lovell Chronicle ... 548-2217 or Icnews@tctwest.net i! I Horn County Long Range Thursday Scattered showers and t-storms 89 / 62 Friday Hot, slight chance of t-storms 90 / 61 Saturday Late-day showers and t-storms 87 / 59 Sunday Very warm, sm. chance of t-storms 89 / 60 Forecast Monday Possibly a late-day thunderstorm 86 / 57 Big Horn Basin Outlook Very warm temperatures are expected, with highs reaching into the upper 80s and low 90s. Enough moisture will be present to initiate scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms throughout the region. Watch for brief heavy downpours at times. The chance of thunder- storms lessens as drier air moves in for Friday and early Saturday. Climate Almanac Normals for 07/29 to 08/02 Lovell Record High/Low 103 in 1934 38 n 1980 Record H ~b/Low !04 n t995 46 n ]99,5 Record 24hr. Precip. 1.75" in 1976 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.66" in 1985 Jet Stream Forecast for 08/02Sunrise & Sunset Sunrlse Sunset Friday 6:02 AM 8:37 PM Sunday 6:04AM 8:35 PM Monday PM National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/riwlindex.hlrn ..... :: '" .... -:-% .... %:" ~3"~ .'.-:-. .... .:..,. Worland ..... ~': ............ Th er rnopol| ~" : ::~.::- Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake -Temperatures will drop from the low 90s - . . ~ . to upper 80s this weekend. Scattered showers and Reservoirs Storage (amre-reet) % or full pool Re~. Inflo, Re.=, Oumow isolated thunderstorms are likely to develop. ~Leke 1074207+0: : "1~ ]72~O~ ~84~0 ~ Yellowstone National Park - A mixture of sunshine and Boysen 702216.0 94.7% 554.3 cfs1500.1 cfs clouds for the weekend, with temperatures slightly Buffalo Bit~ above normal. Expect scattered thunderstorms also. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Hot, summer-like temperatdres Road and Travel on the web- http'J/wydotweb.~d~.wy,~b/highway/text ro~d,html are expected this weekend, in the low 90s. Ample Forecast prepared by: DayWeather, Inc. Cheyenne, WY 82001 moisture may produce heavy downpours in any www.deyweether.om t-storms. This week's forecast sponsored by I Help loved ones keep in touch with a gift subscription of the Lovell Chronicle. A one-year subscription to folks in Big Horn County is just $25, in Wyoming $35, and out of state just $40. Give us a call at 548-2217. i!i!ili!~' North Big Horn Senior Center 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell ................................ Monda~ ..................................................... 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