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www.LovellChronicle.com September 2, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 MICHAEL McKNIGHT A moose jumps over a wooden fence on the Big Horns with ease. With 826 resident and nonresident hunting licenses awarded for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goats in May, local hunters are beginning to prepare for the annual hunt and scouting their favorite spots. Lovell woman sentenced: 3 to 5 years BY BRENDA TENBOER Two Lovell-area per- sons were on the docket in the courtroom of Judge Steven Cranfill in District Court in Basin on Thurs- day, Aug. 26. Shanna Jolley, 21, en- tered a guilty plea to one count of delivery of a con- trolled substance. As part of a plea deal, an addition- al charge of delivery of a controlled substance was dismissed. Jolley admit- ted to selling one morphine tablet to a confidential in- formant in Lovell on Sept. tence will run concurrent with an 18-36 month sen- tence recently imposed in Natrona County on a sim- ilar charge. Jolley must also pay $290 in restitu- tion, $150 to the Wyoming Crime Victim's Compensa- tion Fund and a $75 fee for a pre-sentence investi- gation. Marvin Tilley, 59, en- tered 'not guilty' pleas to one count of aggravated burglary and one count of aggravated first-degree sexual assault stemming from events alleged to have woman and forcibly raped her, resulting in injuries. Tilley is already being held on a $1,000,000 cash or surety bond on six felo- ny sex crimes against chil- dren alleged to have tak- en place in the 1970s and 1980s. Defense attorney James Castberg did not re- quest a bond hearing. The case was original- ly scheduled to be heard by Judge Robert E. Skar, but Castberg filed a motion re- questing a different judge hear the case. All of the charges against Tilley will On the record 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 Amy and Tyler Schlitz at the Pew- ell Valley Hospital on August 27, 2010 at 12:35 a.m., a baby boy, Gabriel Loren Schlitz weighing 7 Ibs. 15 oz. His grand- parents are Donna and Cecil Schlitz and Steve and Diane Cranford. Born to Brittni Jolley at the Powell Valley Hos- pital on August 26, 2010 at 2:41 a.m., a baby boy, Bradley Grayson Jolley weigh- ing 7 Ibs. 9 oz. His grandparents are Ja- son and Michelle Jolley, great-grandpar- ents are Gale Wright, Garth Jolley and Bill and Myrna Despain. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: James Tucker to Trustee Robert Nell Sim- mons, Robert Nell Simmons Revocable Trust created January 15, 2001; Cowley 2009 Annexation Lot 2, T57N R96W NE4 Sec. 32 (Part) Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Rebecca A. Lewis aka Becky Lewis to Ran- dolph V. Lewis, Cynthia L. Lewis, Rebecca A. Lewis, Shelly Marie Lewis Seibert and Betsy Ann Lewis Wagner; Deaver Original Town Block 46 Lot 13 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Game recently were: Larry S. Boatright, 68, seat belt violation, fined $25 Ernell P. Thayne, 81, Virgin, Utah, illegal park- ing, fined $35 Carrie S. Wagner, 28, failure to appear, fined $110 Michael L. Harvey, 18, no insurance, fined $490 Kobe Thompson, 35, failure to stop at red light, fined $120 Gerry L. Warman, 27, FTA, fined $110 Shannon C. Warman, 26, FTA, fined $110 Herbert B. Bischoff, 29, seat belt violation, fined $25 Jessica Paz, 30, no valid registration, fined $70 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Randall K. Baxter, 25, Powell, 43 mph, find $112 Darwin L. Thomas, 76, Spanish Fork, Utah, 40 mph, fined $110 Jason Harris 27, 39 mph, fined $96 Individuals are local residents unless other- wise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Pedro Montanez, 40, battery, fined $680 ($250 suspended), 60 days in jail (suspended) and $641 restitution Melissa Pinion, 38, driving while license is sus- pended, fined $410 Ryan Martin, 19, seat belt violation, fined $25 Fabian A. Ortez, 32, no valid driver's license, fined $110 Douglas S. Huffman, 49, 46 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $114 Donald P. Fjeld, 46, 55 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $120 Otto J. Phillips, 57, 55 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $400 Paul J. Thatch, 45, battery, pied guilty, de- ferred sentence, fined $40 and 6 months probation Bryant J. Blackwell, 42, 35 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $55 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Frank Moreno, 76, 84 mph, fined $87 Anthony C. Stevens, 52, 81 mph, fined $88 Kenneth W. Wallin, 53, 78 mph, fined $79 Sarunas Liutkus, 35, 92 mph, fined $121 Jerry D. Foss, 61, 76 mph, fined $73 David M. Williams, 57, 81 mph, fined $88 Johanna C. Hewitt, 37, 86 mph, fined $103 Laura M. Powers, 38, 74 mph, fined $67 Richard T. Tucker, 22, 76 mph, fined $73 Christine F. Peart, 59, 75 mph, fined $70 Deputies give ride to battered bride The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ride to the Lovell annex after speaking to ment received the following calls for the her privately and learning of allegations 4, 2009, and was sentenced taken place May - Sep- be combined to be heard by week of Aug. 23-30, 2010: that her husband had hit her severaltimes to serve three to five years tember, 1984. It is alleged one jury at a later date, ac- Aug. 23: Deputies responded to a juvenile  with a closed fist. The case is under inves- in the Wyoming Women's Tilley forcefully entered cording to deputy county incident in Deaver. The case is under in Center in Lusk. The sen- the home of a Greybull attorney James Hallman. : : vestigaion.  AlCCll,27:tigatin" i,eputies \\;? :: ' ' ............. are investigating  a :cas! Aug. 24: The Sheriffs Department is in,: occk fraud reported at a local business:  PIic pa vestigating an act of vandalism that oc- m- Deputies responded along with an ambu- curred at the town park in Deaver. lance to a report of a female subject with ..................... .............................. m-Deputies received a report of a suspi- a psychiatric condition having an epi- Baby backs into parked cious male behind the Frannie Port of s0de. The woman was later transported car Entry. The subject was gone upon their to a location in Montana for treatment. arrival, m- Deputies and the north squad of the Big The Lovell Police Department received was cited for no insurance. Aug. 25: Deputies responded to a call from Horn County Search and Rescue Team the following calls for the week of Aug. 24- Aug. 26: An officer wrote a no trespass or- a Carbon County, Mont., deputy who had mobilized and responded to a report of 30, 2010: der to one subject following a report of an pulled over a vehicle at the Frannie Port a Russian female tourist who was over- Aug. 24: Officers responded to a report of ongoing dispute between a renter and a of Entry in Big Horn County, Wyo. Dur- due while riding her mountain bike near a two-vehicle collision that occurred out- landlord in Lovell. ing the traffic stop, the driver told deputies the Bucking Mule Falls area. With as- side of a residence in Lovell. Upon arriv- Aug. 27: Officers are investigating a re- that he and his wife, the passenger, were sistance from High Country Outfitters; al, officers learned that a 2-year-old male port of a theft from a storage shed in married earlier in the day in Cody and the search team deployed with several subject was in one of the vehicles while it Lovell. were headed to a location in Montana. The small groups and began checking trails was running and apparently shifted the w- An officer gave a Lovell man a warning driver said the couple was fighting because as the day turned to night. The subject car into reverse, backing up across the for having an open container of alcohol his wife was flirting with another man fol- was located unharmed at about 12:20 street and striking a neighbor's parked while congregating with other subjects lowing the wedding, a.m. and given a ride back to where she vehicle. The owner of the running vehicle in the alley behind the Red Apple. Deputies gave the female passenger a was staying. E Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook Climate Almanac The Lover banks will be closed for Labor Day as noted ~ ::B00NKo LOVELL - FDIC Insured A h of e Bank of dge N.A. You R zp youR,,.,,,,,.),, vou , ....  ==- 548-2213 179 E. 3rd Lovell Closed Mon., Sept. 6 Recreation Outlook BigH J Closed Monday, Sept. 6 rst at!0]a Powell Lovell Cod,/ FDIC insured Closed Monday, Sept. 6 ................ i :: 'i: ii ii::::)! 548-251 284 E. Main. Lovell Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Sunny and warmer 74 / 50 Friday Warmer yet 83 / 52 Saturday Distant thunder possible 85 / 53 Sunday Late day thunderstorms 80 / 53 Monday A bit cooler for Labor Day 75 / 48 Skies will clear out behind the last front. With more sun around temperatures will have a chance to warm up too. Conditions look dry and quiet for most of the holiday weekend. However, late Sunday a quick moving cold front will travel through. It will bring in a few t-storms or showers, and then slightly cooler conditions for Labor Day. Lovell Record H gWLow 99 n 1983, 26 n 1898 Rscor High/Low 99 in 1976 35 in 2006 Record 24hr. Precip. 1.32" in 2008 Record 24hr, Precip. 0.74" in 2001 Jet Stream Forecast for 09/06 Sunrise & Sunset Sundae Suneet :dy AM" Friday 6:40 AM 7:45 PM 8 Sunday 6:42 AM 7:41 PM National Weather Service Forueast: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/dw/index.htm 70s / 40s ..... ..... Cody "" "%\\;\, "%,,601 / 40a 708 / 40S '\\; ..... , "\\;, War and ,  \\;\\, ,\\;. .[ 70S / 40 ,-,\\;::, Big Horn Lake - A mainly quiet weather pattern will take " - - s s . s us through the weekend and into Labor Day. There may be a few t-storms late Sunday. Reservoirs Storage (lCH=-|) % of full pool RI. Inflo. RII. ouelow 7i3 Yellowstone National Park - Enjoy the holiday weekend Boysen 659218.0 88,9% 570.2 cfs 1294,7 cfs and this Labor Day outdoors if you have the chance. 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