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September 13, 2012 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Judge accepts plea agreement; Davison receives probation BY JENNIFER BUTLER Former Big Horn County Sheriffs De- partment employee Brandi Davison had a change of plea hearing and was sentenced on Thursday, Sept. 6, in District Court on larceny charges. After Davison entered a guilty plea on one count each of felonious and misde- meanor larceny charges, Judge Robert E. Skar accepted the plea agreement that was established between Davison and the Big Horn County Attorney&apos;s Office. The misde- meanor charge was added as a part of the plea agreement. She was sentenced to five years of su- pervised probation after utilizing the Wyo- ming Statue 7-13-301. She was also ordered to pay full restitution of $17,569. According to the judge she has repaid around $9,000 already but will be required to repay the full amount. The 7-13-301 statute is a prosecution deferment. The felony charges are deferred and then dismissed if the defendant suc- cessfully completes supervised probation. The statute can only be utilized once in a lifetime. The misdemeanor will remain on Davison's record. While Davison was employed by the Big Horn County Sheriffs Department and Youth Alternatives from January 2006 to June 2010, she admitted to embezzling funds from the county and from the Volun- teers of America - Office of Juvenile Jus- tice and Delinquency Prevention grant that helped fund her juvenile probation po- sition. She admitted stealing amounts both under and above $1,000. On Monday, Sept. 19, of last year, Da- vison admitted to law enforcement that she falsified invoices and vouchers. She had submitted requests for reimbursement from the grant for purchases for items such as urinalysis kits, mileage, automotive supply and other items. During Davison's sentencing, her at- torney, Nick Badoon, said that the funds that were embezzled during this time were used to help her family and not to support a lavish lifestyle or to purchase illegal sub- stances. Skar said there was an opportunity for the court to deny the plea agreement and deny the use of W.S. 7-13-301, but because he believes this is a one-time offense and she is truly remorseful for her actions, he approved it. He said he also considered her willingness to actively pay her restitution. Davison said during her hearing that what she did was wrong and she will accept the sentencing the judge sees fit. She added that she would never do it again. Skar said a level of trust that was es- tablished has now been lost in the com- munity. Some has been restored by repay- ment of the restitution and her willingness to work with authorities. Police report Vandals smear food on seats of vehicle The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Sept. 4-11: Sept. 4: A resident of Lovell reported vandalism to a fence on her property. Sept. 5: A landlord re- quested a criminal tres- pass order against a for- mer tenant who damaged his property. Sept. 6: Lovell police re- ceived a report of cere- al, milk and mayonnaise smeared on the seats of a parked vehicle. The mat- ter is under investigation. ir A resident of Lovell re- ported a screen cut in irA resident of Lovell re- her home. Police are ported harassing text investigating the inci- messages. A criminal dent. trespass order was is- Sept. 7: Lovell Po- sued. lice investigated an in- Sept. 9: Lovell Police re- cident where the tires sponded to a report of a were slashed on a vehicle loud argument in Lovell. parked in the Lovell High They were unable to lo- School parking lot. cate the individuals. ira Lovell resident re- Sept. 10: A resident re- ported that his name ported that someone was was forged on a vehicle stealing veggies from his title. The matter is un- garden. der investigation. rA pink non-motorized Sept. 8: Lovell Police are scooter with pink grips, investigating a report of pink wheels and blue an attempt to break-in at scribbles was reported a storage locker, stolen. Sheriff's report Rocksstrike moving vehicle The Big  County to complain about a dump Sept, 6: Sheriffs deputies Sheriffs Office received the following calls for the week of Sept. 3 -10: Sept. 3: Sheriffs deputies were asked to help locate a possible drunk driver near Byron. Deputies were un- able to locate the driver. Sept. 4: A motorist called truck with rocks fall- ing from it that broke her windshield on U.S. High- way 14A. The matter was turned over to the Wyoming Highway Patrol. A parent in Deaver asked for assistance with an out-of-control teenager. were dispatched to help with two bulls on the loose near Byron. Sept. 9: A motorist called to report that her vehicle was hit by another vehicle while parked in Byron. The report was filed as a hit and rurL Go local ... Advertise now on Wyoming's #1 rated Call 'small weekly newspaper' 548-2217 website ... www.LovellChronicle.com On the record MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Jeremy West and Jessica Norris both of Greybull Deeds Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Corrected Tax Deed: Becky A. Lindsey, Big Horn County Treasurer to Raymond Brown and Jacqueline Brown; Cowley Original Town (Part) Lot 1,2, 3, 4 Block 15 Gottlieb M. Fink to Matthew J. Defresne; Lovell Cityview Addition Lot 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 Block 7 Rudy S. Strom to Marguerite Nadine Strom; Cowley Original Town (Part) Lot 1 Block 43 George E. Rusch and Jessica L. Rusch to Holli Thompson; Lovell Stockhill Subdivision Lot 6 Block 2 Michael Kirk Jameson Jr. and Stormy Nicole Jameson to Mikal J. Noreen and Anne P. Nor- een; (Part) Lot 89 T56N R96W Richard S. Gurney and Cheryl D. Rohm to Richard S. Gurney and Cheryl D. Gurney; (Part) Lot 45 T56N R96W Barbara Printemps Herget to John Mangus and Celia Fishe Mangus; (Part) SW4SE4 Sec. 30 (Part) NW4NE4 Sec. 31 T57N R96W Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Big Horn County School District Number One to Town of Cowley NE4SW4 (Part) Sec. 32 T57N R96W Keith W. Rasmussen and Carol J. Rasmus- sen to Town of Cowley; Cowley Original Town (Part) Lot 4 Block 45 Ernest Workman and Laura Workman to Er- nest Workman and Laura Workman; Cowley Original Town (Part) Lot 1 Block 44 Sam Twitchell and Tammy Twitchell to Ella in Big Horn County May Walker and David Michael Bazemore; Lovell Strongs "B" Subdivision (Part) Lot 4 Block 4 Municipal Court Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Game recently were: Teresa Chambers, 37, noisy dogs, fined $60 Collin McArthur, 18, no valid registration, fined $70 Justin Foster, 26, stop sign violation, fined $120 David G. Rodriguez, 53, dog at large - sec- ond offense, fined $55 Heather Mercade, 26, no seat belt, fined $25 Ronald A. Beddes, 66, careless driving, fined $220 Allen C. Boughter, 42, dog at large, fined $40 For speeding in a 20 mph zone: James A. Root, 40, Orono, MN, 38 mph, fined $310 Elizabeth J. Working, 65, Green Valley, AZ, 30 mph, fined $190 Roger D. Lawley, 62, Worland, 30 mph, fined $190 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Craig N. Christensen, 65, Idaho Falls, ID, 40 mph, fined $100 Justin M. Maw, 32, Worland, 40 mph, fined $110 Jera Monroe, 41, Buffalo, WY, 39 mph, fined $96 District Court Filings For The Period of August 2012 Divorces Granted: Beverly J. Habeck vs. James M. Habeck Brian Aguilar vs Barbie Aguilar Kathy Pacheco vs. Horacio Pacheco Tired of waiting? We know you want to check the court and police news early Thursday morning. Stop waiting... Subscribe to our digital edition today. And read your Chronicle when you want, not when the post office delivers it. It's easy... Go to www.lovellchronicle.com and click on eEdition in the top menu or sidebar. It'll walk you right through the set up. One year digital subscription is just s30. Add digital to your existing print subscription for only s5. Questions? Email Icads00@tctwest.net or call 307-548-2217. www.lovellchronicle.com IcadsOO@tctwest.net 234 E. Main, Lovell, WY. 307-5484217 ""DINING GUIDE BIG HORN 9 E. Main. Iwell All you need for a hot meal or picnicl FeaCuHn 6 CheetarFded and WondeRoaef, ohlckenl Mon.-Sat.: 8am-8pm Sun.: 9am=6pm Minchow's FOOD COURT 353 E. Main, Lovell 548-7979 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook Mon.-Th urs: 1 lam-9pm Fri. & Sat. 11am-10pm Sun.: 11am-8pm North Big Horn Senior Center 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Hot meals every weekday/ 60+ just s2.50 Non-seniors s4.75 Mon.-Fri.: 12-1pm No reservations required Climate Almanac Normals for 09/13 to 09/17 EVERY 69 SECONDS SOMEONE NEW IS DIAGNOSED WITH Recreation )utlook ALZHEIMER'S. Join us for the Lovell Walk Saturday, September 22 from 8-10 am North Big Horn Senior Center a]zheimer's  assodatiow  757 Great Western Ave., Lovell $ Buy raffle tickets for an original quilt, 1 each or 6 for =5 Vft| II fAlkl Form a team and collect dorons to raise  to end .... i,t  %#i!1 Buy at-shf0rSlS!:Z : :: i! .:: :::  :::i: ::.ii:?ii.i:: Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Friday Sunny, dry and warmer 83 / 47 Sunny and mild 70 / 42 Saturday Sunny and warm 84 / 49 Sunday Chance of a few th understorma 77 141 Monday Sunny and cool 66 / 39 High pressure will briefly rebuild across the region for Friday and Saturday. The dry and warm high pressure will try to hang on through Sunday. However, another Canadian frontal system will be trying to move into the region on Sunday. Early next week will be noticeably cooler, but precipitation chances look to remain rather small. Lovell 74/43 Record HigWLow 97 in !98! 27 In !993 Record H gh/Low 95 in 2000 26 in 1993 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.94" in 1996 Record 24hr. Precip. 1.15" in 1960 Jet Stream Forecast for 09/17 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset Thursday 6:51 AM 7:26PM Friday 6:53 AM 7:24 PM Sunday 6:55 AM 7:21 PM Monday 6:44AM 7,'39 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: htt p://www.crh.noaa gov/riw/index.ht m .% . .% ...... " " "Cody -. ..... ' Bsen , :%" ' 70S / 40S - ...... 7Oa / 30s. .. ,. Meetsetae ... ............... Worland  __, m, ,',,, ., .... ..^ ThermoolHP: , ..... <3 ..2 <: Big Horn Lake - Warm and mostly sunny on Saturday. ". . e Temperatures start to turn cooler on Sunday and winds River stalle(ft) Flow(cfll) Nownal Flow(till) will be picking up. Yellowstone National Park - Lots of sunshine this Big Horn at Kane 1.82' 796 1410 weekend. Conditions will be dry and days will be warm.   LOvll 759 Nights though will be chilly, Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - it will be a nice September Road and Travel on the web- http'JA*ydotweb.state.wy.ull/web/hlghwayext road.html weekend, but Sunday will be turning a little cooler. Forecast prepared by: DayWeather, Inc. Cheyenne,WY 82001 Corditions look dry through the weekend. www.dayweather.com Pr: 1 4 :00 I [r,ets 44 .oo le 40 .00 .00 i 3627E3E Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by o00Wyoming o. ere YOU are FIRST/ LE.OE.