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DAVID PECK Lovell Fire Chief Jim Minchow checks out the Saturn car driven by Jeannie Musick of Lovell that rolled Tuesday morning just west of Cowley. Musick was wearing her seatbelt and was not seriously injured. ‘Sleepy’ driver rolls car Tuesday BY DAVID PECK A sleep study turned into a nightmare for a Lovell woman Tuesday morning when she rolled her car west of Cowley. Jeannie Musick, 62, of Lovell, was driving her 2004 Saturn eastbound on US. 310 just after 11 am. Tues- day when she fell asleep at the Wheel, Wyoming High- way Patrol Trooper Blain Mollett said. “She had been in Mon- tana doing a sleep study,” Mollett said. “That was a contributing factor in the crash.” Musick’s car croSsed the center line and left the roadway on the north side, Mollett said, hitting two de- lineator posts. Musick was attempting to steer back to the eastbound lane when the car “tripped” and rolled one-half turn onto its roof and slid to a stop on the south side of the highway, the trooper said. Musick was buckled in and suffered minor inju- ries but was transported to North Big Horn Hospital as a precaution, Mollett said. No citations were issued, and speed was not a factor in the crash, he said. Big Horn County authorities on periphery of manhunt for double murder suspect BY NATHAN OSTER The Big Horn Coun- ty Sheriffs Office did not participate in the arrest of a man who was taken into custody not far from the Park County line and is currently facing charges in connection to a shooting in Montana that left two people dead and another injured. Officers from the Park County Sheriffs Office and the Wyoming Highway Pa- trol arrested the suspect, later identified as Jesus Deniz, 18, 0f Worland, on Park County Road 3LE north of Meeteetse. Wyoming law enforce- ment received a Be On the Look Out (BOLO) from Montana law enforcement at approximately 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 29, in connection to the homi- cide. A Park County dep- uty located a vehicle from the BOLO at 11:49 am. near mile post 68 on Wy- SOL S A l. E Service to Denver and Salt Lake. Back flights early for best rates. FREEPARKING oming State Highway 120 about 15 miles north of Meeteetse. Due to the nature of the BOLO, the deputy fol- lowed the suspect vehicle until additional law en- forcement could arrive. 1 Around 12:30 p.m., the Park County depu- ty and a Wyoming State Trooper stopped the ve- hicle on the Lower Grey- bull River Road (County Road 3LE, Burlington cut across) 12 miles off of Wy- oming State Highway 120 which is eight miles north of Meeteetse. “We never really got involved,” said Brent God- frey of the Big Horn Coun- ty Sheriffs Office. “For a time, it sounded like he might. We heard he was coming down the Greybull River Road toward us, but then he turned around and backtracked. That’s when he was arrested. “We were going to in- .j tercept him, but he nev- er made it into Big Horn County.” Godfrey described the location of the arrest as being in Park Canyon, by what is commonly referred to as Coyote Canyon. According to various news reports, Deniz lived in Worland and attended Worland High School be- fore dropping out his soph- omore year. The shooting occurred on the Crow Indian reser- vation, near the town of Pryor. Deniz is charged in the shooting deaths of Ja- son Shane, 51, and Tana Shane, 47. A third person, the Shanes’ 26-year-old daughter Jorah, was shot in the back when she tried to run away, but survived. According to news reports, the family had stopped to help Deniz, who appeared to be stranded due to car trouble. rim 53W IOpiv in 100% s Kgoixl) fell/x 1900er am Lovell Drug “mm Ale Mew! 164 E. Main - 307-548-7231 7 f» ., “a... YELLOWSTONE .. REL} 10NAL AI RPORLI‘ ~ CODY, WYOMING www.iiyyra.cum August 6, 2015 The Lovell Chronicle I 5 On the Record in Big Horn County BIRTHS We are interested In printing the births of North Big Horn County bables. Please call and personally report these bliths by contacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. MARRIAGES Marriage llcenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's of- fice recently were: Nathan Donald Brewer and Cassandra Cay Cowan, both of Mills, WY. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk’s of- fice recently were: Wasatch Home Invest- ments 6, LLC to Evolve Group Investments LLC; Lovell Original Town, (Part) Lot 3, Block 9. Retco, Inc. to Jason Jolley, Michelle Jolley and Garth B. Jolley; (Part) SW4SE4 Sec. 12, (Part) NW4NE4 Sec. 13, (Part) Lot 44, T56N R96W. Kenneth G. Blackburn and Janeen Blackburn to Ja- son Jolley and Michelle Jol- ley; Cowley Original Town, Lots 2 & 3, Block 35. ‘ Quit Claim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk’s of- fice recently were: Shawn M. Wilkerson and Sarah A. Wilkerson to Sarah A. Wilkerson N/K/A Sarah A. Roper; Lovell Linnabary “ ” Subdivision, (Part) Lot 1, Block 3. MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Mu- nicipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Willard Hallon, 60, ex- pired driver’s license, $70. Caleb A. Welde, 19, dog at large, $40. Jared M. Pratt Gillette, 19, illegal U-turn, $70. John Colton, Powell, 25, expired registration, $70. John T. Crockett, Lehi, Utah, 43, no valid registra- tion on trailer, $70. Annie Nading, 29, no in- surance, $420. Kevin M. Twomey, 25, failure to appear, $110. Speeding in a 20mph school zone: Klete W. Kinser, Bothell, Wash., 56, 25 mph, $65. Hallie W. Neuens, Powell, 38, 25 mph, $65. Speeding in a 30 mph zone: John T. Crockett, Lehi, Utah,,43, 40 mph, $110. Rex L. Lee, Saratoga Springs, Utah, 57, 35 mph, $65. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn County before Judge Thomas Harrington recently were: Stevie R. Jones, Otto, driving on the right side of roadway, $60. Ian D. Johnson, driving on right side of roadway, $60. Arturo Reyes, Greybull, failure to exhibit driver’s li- cense on demand, $60; no proof of insurance, $410. Nicholas G. Montanez, no seat belt: driver, $25. Russell D. Tiedemann, Watertown, Wis., violation of child safety restraint: first offense, $50. Andrew L. Sparhawk, Burlington, no seat belt: driver, $30. Speeding In a 20 mph school zone: Benito E. Hernandez-Le- al, Greybull, $60. Speeding in a 30 mph zone: John H. Speier, Cullo- whee, N.C., $137. William B. Redding, Ram- seur, N.C., $112. Russell D. Tiedemann, Watertown, Wis., $150. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Zachary M. King, San Di- ego, $78. Ryan W. Winner, Cody, $72. Matthew A. COdy, Teresa Deniz, $78. Karin J. Jager, Califon, N.J., $135. Kurt L. Shaffer, Thermo- polis, $84. Abigail L. Thompson, Great Falls, Mont, $68. Emily E. Lapierre, Chazy, N.Y., $75. Robert W. Aagard, Burl- ington, $66. Edward A. Diaz, Tempe, Ariz., $87. Kirk M. Owens, Alham- bra, Calif., $103. Joshua C. Campbell, Ta- coma, Wash., $105. Jerry Martinez, Worland, $70. Arturo Reyes, Greybull, $88. Bradley D. Clark, Hulett, $85. Eric J. Harsta, Wilming- ton, N.C., $81. Andrew L. Sparhawk, Burlington, $85. Marius Grincevicius, Summit, 111., $90. Benjamin S. Loveless, Powell, $70. Persons are local res— idents unless otherwise indicated. Phillips, Worland, Reward offered for information aboUt stray horses killed northwest of Thermopolis The Bureau of Land Management is investi- gating the killing of 21 stray horses on public and state land northwest of Thermopolis. The horses were found on the afternoon of July 29, 2015, and were killed at some point during the last two weeks of July. The hors- Police Report Boys speeding through tow The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of July 28 Aug. 3: July 28: Police received a complaint about two “scraggly-haired” teenage boys speed- ing through town and leaving tire marks on the road. 0 The gas company notified police that they were blowing out gas from lines Sheriff’s report es were not federally protect- ed wild horses but rather do- mestic horses that had been abandoned a few years ago. The BLM is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or people involved in the deaths of the horses. BLM special agents are working closely with the State of Wyoming, a lo— cal brand inspector and the Hot Springs County Sheriff s Department. Anyone with informa- tion about this crime is urged to contact Special Agent Joe Nardinger at (406) 896-5150. n create safety hazard across the street from the sugar factory. July 29: Police were asked by a landlord to issue a criminal trespass order against a former tenant and employee. 0 Police received a report of two youth pushing each other in a park. An officer spoke to the boys. Aug. 2: Police were asked to serve notice of eviction to a tenant. Bear rug stolen from cabin the Big Horns The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office received the following calls for the week of July 27 — Aug. 3: July 27: Police are investigating a report of two saddles that were stolen from a locked storage shed in Cowley. 0 A Deaver resident reported seeing a suspicious vehicle parked in front of his father’s house in Deaver. They lat- er received a report that the vehicle be- longed to a Visiting family member. July 29: A theft of prescription drugs was reported at a residence in Byron. was stolen. July 30: Deputies received a report of al- leged animal neglect near Lovell. The mat- ter was referred to the brand inspector. July 31: A burglary of a cabin was report- ed in the Big Horn Mountains, where doors were kicked in and a bear rug Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday {i- Mostly Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 85/56 ' Fnday Sunny Preclp Chance: 0% 84/57 Saturday Mostly Sunny Prepr Chance: 5% 85/57 Big Horn Basin Outlook Thursday we will see mostly sunny skies with a high temperature of 85°, humidity of 18%. Light winds. Expect partly cloudy skies Thursday night with an overnight low of 56'. South southwest wind 5 to 11 mph. Friday, skies will be sunny with a high temperature of 84°, humidity of 17%. Northeast wind 5 mph. Climate Almanac Normals for 8/6 to 8/10 Greybull p I . i ,1 . He. 1 Record High/Low 105 in Averageth Record 24hr. Precip. Jet Stream Forecast for 8/10 1.02 ‘5‘ ‘Record hr. Precip. 1 H . 92/58 42 in 1995 ‘~ '» I 0.05“ 0.72" in 1968 Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset {;- Saintly.» 28:42pm. Friday 5m. #331? Sunday WEATHER JOURNAL Date if L. Rain" latest 80 48» . Juiy 30 86 52 .luiy3‘i:_. , 90 :55. August , 93 August 2, 88 ’ 3‘1. Augusta 92 85 .06 Auguszi 76 51 .87: Z WWbyWaWWW , Big Horn Lake 191191: 3,639.6 it. (as of Wen.,Augusr 5, 2015) 6:07 am. . Staliflém- 6:09 am. 8:10 am. 8:31 pm. my pm 8:28 pm. 8:27 9m. 53” (the Red Sunday Mostly Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 84 / 58 Weekend Outlook Monday Sunny Preclp chance: 0% 90/62 1 \8. 33/57 35157 p, as, Peg.“ Lovell ,Wb 96,}. Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by Apple 9 East Main, Lovell, Wyoming