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www.LovellChronicle com September 30, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Lovell High School math teacher Doug Hazen got into the spirit of homecoming by dressing up for Super Hero Day Tuesday. So who is he? Captain Calculator, perhaps? Woman escapes alleged kidnapping BY BRAD DEVEREAUX While returning a call to a Carbon County, Mont., residence, a nurse from the Billings Clinic in Cody got an unexpected earful on Wednesday, Sept. 15, that prompted her to report the incident to law enforcement. It turns out what she heard on the other end of the line was an alleged kidnapping for which criminal charges have since been filed. According to court doc- uments, the nurse called Joey Deeg of Crooked Creek Road in Carbon County, Mont. During the conversation Deeg alleg- edly shouted, "sit the **** down. You&apos;re not going anywhere." Shortly after, the nurse said she heard a female yelling, "Don't hang up, he has a gun on me" in the background. The line went dead and when the nurse tried to call back there was no answer. She then contacted the Carbon County Sheriffs Depart- ment and told them about the suspicious call. The female in the back- ground was later identified as Jerri Tillett. While deputies were responding to the scene, Tillett allegedly poured a ,jUg of liquid over. Deeg, gml ' the gnil{.hand- cuffed Deeg to tte bed and left the house. Deputies arrived at the house along with Big Horn County, Wyo., sher- riffs deputies to find Deeg handcuffed and unclothed sitting in a wheelchair next to the bed. Deeg stated he does have a 9 mm that he normally keeps on the table beside his bed. The gun was sitting on the table dur- ing the incident, Deeg said, but he didn't touch it while speaking with Tillett. Dep- uties then left the home in search of Tillett. Deeg told investigators that the argument started earlier in the day because he asked Tillett to bring him his wheelchair and she refused, according to court documents. The argument escalated and he called Tillett into the bedroom and they were discussing the matter when the nurse's call came in. Tillett told investigators that she woke up earlier in the day to Deeg yelling at her and was verbally abu- sive throughout the morn- ing, according to court docu- ments. Tillett said she later went into Deeg's bedroom and asked if he wanted to talk. She said he allegedly positioned himself between her and the door and pulled out a toadedpistol. Over the next two hours, Tillett said, Deeg allegedly point- ed the gun at her or at his head and would not allow her to leave. Tillett alleges that Deeg threatened to shoot her and himself while in the bed- room for the next two hours. Tillett said Deeg allegedly told her to put handcuffs on, but she delayed doing so as long as possible, eventu- ally cuffing one hand while leaving the other one free. When the call came in, Tillett screamed out and shortly after allegedly wrestled the gun away from him and threw it down the hallway. Tillett alleges that Deeg had a firm grip on her arm as she tried to leave the bedroom, so she grabbed a jug of liquid and dumped it on him. On her way out of the house, Tillett said she grabbed the gun and later turned it over to law en- forcement. During a follow-up in- terview the following day, Deeg stated that he did put the gun in his hand, but only for protection from Tillett. Deeg faces two sepa- rate felony charges of kid- napping and assault with a weapon. If convicted of assault with a weapon, he could face a fine of up to $50,000, 20. years in jail. or both. ' Horses left tied without food The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls for the week of Sept. 20-27, 2010: Sept. 20, Deputies received a report that some horses were left chained to a post at the Bucking Mule Falls trailhead for at least a day, possibly longer, without food or water. The horses were rented from a Lovell-area man, who did not get the names of the people he rented the horses to. Sept. 22: The Sheriffs Office assisted the Lovell Police Department with a subject who was threatening to harm himself at a location in Lovell. Sept. 24" Deputies responded with an am- bulance to a residence outside of Lovell for a report of a man having trouble breath- ing. Sept. 25: Deputies responded to a report of a domestic dispute going on at a home outside of Lovell. Deputies responded and found no evidence of physical abuse. The subjects agreed to let deputies remove a gun from the home for the night. Deputies are investigating a report of a breaking and entering of a Byron home where several items, including guns, were reported missing. On record MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Jason Edward Stanzione and Ana Christina Krom, both of Shell Levi Spencer Tew and Sasha Gale Jolley, both of Lovell Jordan Morrison Hitz and Angela May Daus- man, both of Lovell 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 Sarah and Shawn Wilkerson on Sep- tember 23, 2010 at 2:54 pm, a baby girl, Kamree May, weighing 5 Ibs.,12 oz. Her grandparents are Kim and Julaine Askvig and Roger and Shelly Wilkerson. Born to Catalina B. Reynosa on September 24, 2010 at 7:18 a.m., a baby girl, Nevaeh LeeAnne Reynosa DeLaCruz, weighing 5 Ibs., 6 oz. Her grandparents are Olga and Jesse Houck and Cindy and Carlos DeLa- Cruz. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: David D. Zier and Betty J. Zier to Rod T. Win- land and Jodi Winland; Cowley Original Town Block 48 Lot 2, 3, 4; Block 49 Lot 1, 2, 3, 4; Block 50 Lot 1,2; Block 51 Lot 2 Nylen Lee AIIphin, Jr. and Patricia Gall AIIphin to N. Lee AIIphin, Jr. Revocable Trust dat- ed April 22, 2004, Trustee N. Lee AIIphin, Jr. The Nylen Lee AIIphin Limited Partnership, Partner N. Lee AIIphin Jr. to N. Lee All- phin Jr. Revocable Trust dated April 22, 2004,Trustee N. Lee AIIphin Jr.; Lovell Lin- nabary "B" Subdivision Block6 Lot 4 ($2) Loretta J. Kolb to Jeff Purcell and Trina Purcell; Lovell Original Town Block 29 Lot 1 (Part) Debra Joan Fuller, Cathryn Anna Karlik nka Cathryn Anna Nelson aka Cathryn Anna Fuller, Barry Fuller, David Newcomer and Susan E. Acosta to Dixie D. Anderson; Cowley Original Town Block 39 Lot 1 ($2) Republic Credit One, L.P., Allan White Senior Account Manager to James H. Gammel and Angela M. Gammel; T55N R94W Sec. 34 Lot 1, Lot 4 (Part), Lot 6 (Part); E2NE4 Sec. 34 (Part); NW4NW4 (Part) Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recenUy were: Ramon M. Luna and Guadalupe Socorro Luna to Ruben Luna; Lovell Linnabary "A" Sub- division Block 5 Lot 3 (Part) MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Arlene Collins, 76, seat belt violation, fined $25 Brian Garza, 19, speeding 25 mph in a 20 mph school zone, fined $65 Joshua Cole Zimmerman, 25, speeding 25 mph in a 20 mph school zone, fined $65 Gabriel B. Agree, 21, speeding 31 mph in a 20 mph school zone, fined $240 Mario L. Garcia, 23, dog at large, fined $40 Mario L. Garcia, 23, no city dog tags, fined $40 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Erik M. Christofferson, 18, Wodand, WY, 60 mph, fined $240 Individuals are local residents unless otherwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Dick Gifford, 65, reckless driving, 6 months pro- bation, 10 days in jail (9 days suspended, credit for 1 day served), fined $690 Dick Gifford, 65, speeding 53 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $70 David W. Huang, 41, speeding 52 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $148 Bill G. Terry, 58, speeding 63 in a 45 mph zone, fined $158 Taylor B. Swenson, 17, valid driver's license missing, fined $$110 Gordan L. Reber, 62, speeding 54 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $60 Jeffrey L. Peterson, 26, seat belt violation, fined $25 Dustin M. Reuter, 31, valid driver's license missing, fined $110 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Robert Stanly Czachorski III, 39, 79 mph, fined $82 Robert P. Ibarra, 38, 77 mph, fined $76 Paul M. Romslo, 41,79 mph, fined $82 Sidney M. Weiser, 45, 79 mph, fined $82 Donald Vintom Blake, 72, 76 mph, fined $73 lan H. Croux, 16, 79 mph, fined $82 Tracy R. Miller, 18, 73 mph, fined $64 Jeffrey L. Peterson, 26, 76 mph, fined $83 Shirley A. Walthall, 51, 74 mph, fined $67 Men fighting at meat counter The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Sept. 21- Sept, 21: The Lovell Police Department re- ceived a signed complaint from a construc- tion worker that a car had driven by and the driver threw a rock at them. " The LPD is investigating a report of a stolen gaming system and laptop from a residence in Lovell. The LPD has iden- tified potential suspects and the case is under investigation. t Officers responded to a domestic dispute in progress at a Lovell home. They made contact with the individuals involved and determined there was no physical violence. Officers learned that the sub- jects were arguing about leaving guns ,inla" vehide.here they- would, be acces- sible to ,ehldren. The subjects allowed the LPD to confiscate the guns for the night and the two parties separated for the night. Sept. 23: Officers responded along with an ambulance to a Lovell home for a report of a man who had given himself an injection and there was a bubble in his leg. Sept. 26-" Officers received a call from the Red Apple reporting that two subjects were fighting near the meat counter. The LPD is investigating the case with possible charg- es pending. Have a news tip? Contact us at the Lovell Chronicle ... 548-2217 or Icnews@tctwest.net Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Mostly sunny and still warm 79 / 50 A very warm and sunny start to October 84 / 52 Mostly sunny and very nice 80 / 50 Partly cloudy 82 / 50 Partly cloudy, slight chance of late t-storms 80 / 47 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook High pressure will continue to keep conditions unseasonably warm and dry throughout the northern Rockies. Conditions will also be very sunny through the weekend. Enjoy the great, early fall weather as next week looks to be a little cooler with at least a little shower activity. Climate Almanac Normals for 09/30 to 10/04 Lovell Record HigWLow 89 in 1938, 16 in 1985 Record High/Low 89 in 1987 24 in !999 e Pre. Record 24hr. Precip. 1.14" In 1918 Record 24hr. Precip. 0,45" in 1995 Jet Stream Forecast for 10/04 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset ThurSdey 7:10 AM 6:56 PM Friday 7:11 AM 6:54 PM Saturday 7:12 AM 6:53 PM Sunday 7:13 AM 6:51 PM Monday 7:02 AM 7:0B PM National Weather Service Forecasts: htlp://www,crh,noaa.gov/rlw/index.htm "*: , ...... %'..70s / 40s Balln 70s / 40s ':,, ..... ......  :,;,: ':\\;l '.70$ 140S ....  l' ,,. " , ll, 8081 40S "\\; Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - It will be another beautiful weekend on = - a a . s the Lake Look for warm, sunny days and mild, mostly clear nights Reservoirs store (acre-feet) % of full pool Rm. Inflo, Rel. Outflow BI L'e 1026310 90.4% t491,9 s 2637,1 cfs Yellowstone National Park - Dry. sunny and warm Boysen 639918.0 86,3% 780,7 cfs 780.7 cfs conditions persist for the High Country this weekend. BBII! : 490613i0 75.9% 328A cfs 1095:8 (:Is Nights will be chilly with lows in the 30s. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Sunny to mostly sunny and warm RoQd and Travel on the web- http:l/wydotweb.etlte.wy.ue2weblghwly/text rOld.html for the Big Horns this weekend Do plan on chilly nights "='""" 0,: DayWeather, Inc. Cheyenne, WY 82001 with lows in the 30S. www.aayweather.com WEATHER JOURNAL te L Prec. t:23 61 .00 t:24:64  ,00 t25 :zs 3s :00 st2 ,00 This week's forecast sponsored by the|OV0000_ 00ronic|e 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. North Big Horn Senior Center ocT.2.o'00" 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Monda[ Tuesdat Wednesda Thursday, Call 548-6556 for home delivery before 10:30 am Non.-Fd, on the day you need the meal, Seniors 60 and over who have completed mandatory assessments are eligible for meals (in house dining or home delivered meals) Lasagna, Italian vegetables, bread, tossed green salad, melon cup. Columbus Day Center Closed r Meatloaf, parsley po- tatoes, brown gravy, carrot coins, roll, fruity gelatin salad, leauce salad. regardless of race, creed or national origin. Meals are subject to change due to availability of items, I Breaded baked chicken, augratin po- tatoes, waxed beans, roll, pears, lettuce and tomato salad. AARP Defensive Ddving r Spaghetti with meatsauce, asparagus with parsley roll, banana, garden vegetable salad. Frannle Lunch Bunch r Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, apricots, bread. .[, French dip, baked potato, sour cream, green beans, crunchy cranberry salad, apricots. Frannle Lunch Bunch Hot roast beef sandwich, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, cookie. r Fish nuggets, oven browned parmesan potatoes, Italian veg- etables, whole wheat bread, cherry betty, ice cream, garden vegetable salad. Roast pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, carrot salad, bread, pine- apple upside down cake. Birthday Party Ham, sweet potatoes, Corn O'Brian, apri- cots. sherbet, whole grain bread. Sausage gravy over biscuit, low sodium V-8 juice, potato triangle, strawberries and bananas. Breakfast Pinochle & Bddge | Sloppy Joe on bun, broccoli, chocolate pudding with light topping, orange. Flu shots 9arn.noon I-4 pm Creamed beef over rice, California vegetables, bread, chilled apricots, or- ange almond salad. Pinochle & Bridge Creamed chicken, steamed rice, brocco- li, roll, Apple Brown Betty, crunchy vegetable salad. Sweet & sour meatballs, pasta, green beans, bread, citrus fruit salad, spinach salad w/carrot garnish. Frlda[ Beef pot pie, asparagus, bread, grapes, tomato and cucumber salad. Deli style dog, oven browned potatoes, cabbage, applesauce Jello with topping, Russian salad. I Pork chop, corn bread stuffing, mush- room gravy, Scandi- navian vegetables, roll, fluffy fruit cup, Jean's salad. t Baked fish, cheddar mashed potatoes, vegetables, banana bread, applesauce Jello w/topping. I Chili, corn bread, I!ii fruit ambrosia, gar- den vegetable salad. Halloween Party www.LovellChronicle com September 30, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Lovell High School math teacher Doug Hazen got into the spirit of homecoming by dressing up for Super Hero Day Tuesday. So who is he? Captain Calculator, perhaps? Woman escapes alleged kidnapping BY BRAD DEVEREAUX While returning a call to a Carbon County, Mont., residence, a nurse from the Billings Clinic in Cody got an unexpected earful on Wednesday, Sept. 15, that prompted her to report the incident to law enforcement. It turns out what she heard on the other end of the line was an alleged kidnapping for which criminal charges have since been filed. According to court doc- uments, the nurse called Joey Deeg of Crooked Creek Road in Carbon County, Mont. During the conversation Deeg alleg- edly shouted, "sit the **** down. You're not going anywhere." Shortly after, the nurse said she heard a female yelling, "Don't hang up, he has a gun on me" in the background. The line went dead and when the nurse tried to call back there was no answer. She then contacted the Carbon County Sheriffs Depart- ment and told them about the suspicious call. The female in the back- ground was later identified as Jerri Tillett. While deputies were responding to the scene, Tillett allegedly poured a ,jUg of liquid over. Deeg, gml ' the gnil{.hand- cuffed Deeg to tte bed and left the house. Deputies arrived at the house along with Big Horn County, Wyo., sher- riffs deputies to find Deeg handcuffed and unclothed sitting in a wheelchair next to the bed. Deeg stated he does have a 9 mm that he normally keeps on the table beside his bed. The gun was sitting on the table dur- ing the incident, Deeg said, but he didn't touch it while speaking with Tillett. Dep- uties then left the home in search of Tillett. Deeg told investigators that the argument started earlier in the day because he asked Tillett to bring him his wheelchair and she refused, according to court documents. The argument escalated and he called Tillett into the bedroom and they were discussing the matter when the nurse's call came in. Tillett told investigators that she woke up earlier in the day to Deeg yelling at her and was verbally abu- sive throughout the morn- ing, according to court docu- ments. Tillett said she later went into Deeg's bedroom and asked if he wanted to talk. She said he allegedly positioned himself between her and the door and pulled out a toadedpistol. Over the next two hours, Tillett said, Deeg allegedly point- ed the gun at her or at his head and would not allow her to leave. Tillett alleges that Deeg threatened to shoot her and himself while in the bed- room for the next two hours. Tillett said Deeg allegedly told her to put handcuffs on, but she delayed doing so as long as possible, eventu- ally cuffing one hand while leaving the other one free. When the call came in, Tillett screamed out and shortly after allegedly wrestled the gun away from him and threw it down the hallway. Tillett alleges that Deeg had a firm grip on her arm as she tried to leave the bedroom, so she grabbed a jug of liquid and dumped it on him. On her way out of the house, Tillett said she grabbed the gun and later turned it over to law en- forcement. During a follow-up in- terview the following day, Deeg stated that he did put the gun in his hand, but only for protection from Tillett. Deeg faces two sepa- rate felony charges of kid- napping and assault with a weapon. If convicted of assault with a weapon, he could face a fine of up to $50,000, 20. years in jail. or both. ' Horses left tied without food The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls for the week of Sept. 20-27, 2010: Sept. 20, Deputies received a report that some horses were left chained to a post at the Bucking Mule Falls trailhead for at least a day, possibly longer, without food or water. The horses were rented from a Lovell-area man, who did not get the names of the people he rented the horses to. Sept. 22: The Sheriffs Office assisted the Lovell Police Department with a subject who was threatening to harm himself at a location in Lovell. Sept. 24" Deputies responded with an am- bulance to a residence outside of Lovell for a report of a man having trouble breath- ing. Sept. 25: Deputies responded to a report of a domestic dispute going on at a home outside of Lovell. Deputies responded and found no evidence of physical abuse. The subjects agreed to let deputies remove a gun from the home for the night. Deputies are investigating a report of a breaking and entering of a Byron home where several items, including guns, were reported missing. On record MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Jason Edward Stanzione and Ana Christina Krom, both of Shell Levi Spencer Tew and Sasha Gale Jolley, both of Lovell Jordan Morrison Hitz and Angela May Daus- man, both of Lovell 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 Sarah and Shawn Wilkerson on Sep- tember 23, 2010 at 2:54 pm, a baby girl, Kamree May, weighing 5 Ibs.,12 oz. Her grandparents are Kim and Julaine Askvig and Roger and Shelly Wilkerson. Born to Catalina B. Reynosa on September 24, 2010 at 7:18 a.m., a baby girl, Nevaeh LeeAnne Reynosa DeLaCruz, weighing 5 Ibs., 6 oz. Her grandparents are Olga and Jesse Houck and Cindy and Carlos DeLa- Cruz. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: David D. Zier and Betty J. Zier to Rod T. Win- land and Jodi Winland; Cowley Original Town Block 48 Lot 2, 3, 4; Block 49 Lot 1, 2, 3, 4; Block 50 Lot 1,2; Block 51 Lot 2 Nylen Lee AIIphin, Jr. and Patricia Gall AIIphin to N. Lee AIIphin, Jr. Revocable Trust dat- ed April 22, 2004, Trustee N. Lee AIIphin, Jr. The Nylen Lee AIIphin Limited Partnership, Partner N. Lee AIIphin Jr. to N. Lee All- phin Jr. Revocable Trust dated April 22, 2004,Trustee N. Lee AIIphin Jr.; Lovell Lin- nabary "B" Subdivision Block6 Lot 4 ($2) Loretta J. Kolb to Jeff Purcell and Trina Purcell; Lovell Original Town Block 29 Lot 1 (Part) Debra Joan Fuller, Cathryn Anna Karlik nka Cathryn Anna Nelson aka Cathryn Anna Fuller, Barry Fuller, David Newcomer and Susan E. Acosta to Dixie D. Anderson; Cowley Original Town Block 39 Lot 1 ($2) Republic Credit One, L.P., Allan White Senior Account Manager to James H. Gammel and Angela M. Gammel; T55N R94W Sec. 34 Lot 1, Lot 4 (Part), Lot 6 (Part); E2NE4 Sec. 34 (Part); NW4NW4 (Part) Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recenUy were: Ramon M. Luna and Guadalupe Socorro Luna to Ruben Luna; Lovell Linnabary "A" Sub- division Block 5 Lot 3 (Part) MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Arlene Collins, 76, seat belt violation, fined $25 Brian Garza, 19, speeding 25 mph in a 20 mph school zone, fined $65 Joshua Cole Zimmerman, 25, speeding 25 mph in a 20 mph school zone, fined $65 Gabriel B. Agree, 21, speeding 31 mph in a 20 mph school zone, fined $240 Mario L. Garcia, 23, dog at large, fined $40 Mario L. Garcia, 23, no city dog tags, fined $40 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Erik M. Christofferson, 18, Wodand, WY, 60 mph, fined $240 Individuals are local residents unless otherwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Dick Gifford, 65, reckless driving, 6 months pro- bation, 10 days in jail (9 days suspended, credit for 1 day served), fined $690 Dick Gifford, 65, speeding 53 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $70 David W. Huang, 41, speeding 52 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $148 Bill G. Terry, 58, speeding 63 in a 45 mph zone, fined $158 Taylor B. Swenson, 17, valid driver's license missing, fined $$110 Gordan L. Reber, 62, speeding 54 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $60 Jeffrey L. Peterson, 26, seat belt violation, fined $25 Dustin M. Reuter, 31, valid driver's license missing, fined $110 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Robert Stanly Czachorski III, 39, 79 mph, fined $82 Robert P. Ibarra, 38, 77 mph, fined $76 Paul M. Romslo, 41,79 mph, fined $82 Sidney M. Weiser, 45, 79 mph, fined $82 Donald Vintom Blake, 72, 76 mph, fined $73 lan H. Croux, 16, 79 mph, fined $82 Tracy R. Miller, 18, 73 mph, fined $64 Jeffrey L. Peterson, 26, 76 mph, fined $83 Shirley A. Walthall, 51, 74 mph, fined $67 Men fighting at meat counter The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Sept. 21- Sept, 21: The Lovell Police Department re- ceived a signed complaint from a construc- tion worker that a car had driven by and the driver threw a rock at them. " The LPD is investigating a report of a stolen gaming system and laptop from a residence in Lovell. The LPD has iden- tified potential suspects and the case is under investigation. t Officers responded to a domestic dispute in progress at a Lovell home. They made contact with the individuals involved and determined there was no physical violence. Officers learned that the sub- jects were arguing about leaving guns ,inla" vehide.here they- would, be acces- sible to ,ehldren. The subjects allowed the LPD to confiscate the guns for the night and the two parties separated for the night. Sept. 23: Officers responded along with an ambulance to a Lovell home for a report of a man who had given himself an injection and there was a bubble in his leg. Sept. 26-" Officers received a call from the Red Apple reporting that two subjects were fighting near the meat counter. The LPD is investigating the case with possible charg- es pending. Have a news tip? Contact us at the Lovell Chronicle ... 548-2217 or Icnews@tctwest.net Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Mostly sunny and still warm 79 / 50 A very warm and sunny start to October 84 / 52 Mostly sunny and very nice 80 / 50 Partly cloudy 82 / 50 Partly cloudy, slight chance of late t-storms 80 / 47 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook High pressure will continue to keep conditions unseasonably warm and dry throughout the northern Rockies. Conditions will also be very sunny through the weekend. Enjoy the great, early fall weather as next week looks to be a little cooler with at least a little shower activity. Climate Almanac Normals for 09/30 to 10/04 Lovell Record HigWLow 89 in 1938, 16 in 1985 Record High/Low 89 in 1987 24 in !999 e Pre. Record 24hr. Precip. 1.14" In 1918 Record 24hr. Precip. 0,45" in 1995 Jet Stream Forecast for 10/04 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset ThurSdey 7:10 AM 6:56 PM Friday 7:11 AM 6:54 PM Saturday 7:12 AM 6:53 PM Sunday 7:13 AM 6:51 PM Monday 7:02 AM 7:0B PM National Weather Service Forecasts: htlp://www,crh,noaa.gov/rlw/index.htm "*: , ...... %'..70s / 40s Balln 70s / 40s ':,, ..... ......  :,;,: ':\\;l '.70$ 140S ....  l' ,,. " , ll, 8081 40S "\\; Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - It will be another beautiful weekend on = - a a . s the Lake Look for warm, sunny days and mild, mostly clear nights Reservoirs store (acre-feet) % of full pool Rm. Inflo, Rel. Outflow BI L'e 1026310 90.4% t491,9 s 2637,1 cfs Yellowstone National Park - Dry. sunny and warm Boysen 639918.0 86,3% 780,7 cfs 780.7 cfs conditions persist for the High Country this weekend. BBII! : 490613i0 75.9% 328A cfs 1095:8 (:Is Nights will be chilly with lows in the 30s. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Sunny to mostly sunny and warm RoQd and Travel on the web- http:l/wydotweb.etlte.wy.ue2weblghwly/text rOld.html for the Big Horns this weekend Do plan on chilly nights "='""" 0,: DayWeather, Inc. Cheyenne, WY 82001 with lows in the 30S. www.aayweather.com WEATHER JOURNAL te L Prec. t:23 61 .00 t:24:64  ,00 t25 :zs 3s :00 st2 ,00 This week's forecast sponsored by the|OV0000_ 00ronic|e 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. North Big Horn Senior Center ocT.2.o'00" 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Monda[ Tuesdat Wednesda Thursday, Call 548-6556 for home delivery before 10:30 am Non.-Fd, on the day you need the meal, Seniors 60 and over who have completed mandatory assessments are eligible for meals (in house dining or home delivered meals) Lasagna, Italian vegetables, bread, tossed green salad, melon cup. Columbus Day Center Closed r Meatloaf, parsley po- tatoes, brown gravy, carrot coins, roll, fruity gelatin salad, leauce salad. regardless of race, creed or national origin. Meals are subject to change due to availability of items, I Breaded baked chicken, augratin po- tatoes, waxed beans, roll, pears, lettuce and tomato salad. AARP Defensive Ddving r Spaghetti with meatsauce, asparagus with parsley roll, banana, garden vegetable salad. Frannle Lunch Bunch r Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, apricots, bread. .[, French dip, baked potato, sour cream, green beans, crunchy cranberry salad, apricots. Frannle Lunch Bunch Hot roast beef sandwich, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, cookie. r Fish nuggets, oven browned parmesan potatoes, Italian veg- etables, whole wheat bread, cherry betty, ice cream, garden vegetable salad. Roast pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, carrot salad, bread, pine- apple upside down cake. Birthday Party Ham, sweet potatoes, Corn O'Brian, apri- cots. sherbet, whole grain bread. Sausage gravy over biscuit, low sodium V-8 juice, potato triangle, strawberries and bananas. Breakfast Pinochle & Bddge | Sloppy Joe on bun, broccoli, chocolate pudding with light topping, orange. Flu shots 9arn.noon I-4 pm Creamed beef over rice, California vegetables, bread, chilled apricots, or- ange almond salad. Pinochle & Bridge Creamed chicken, steamed rice, brocco- li, roll, Apple Brown Betty, crunchy vegetable salad. Sweet & sour meatballs, pasta, green beans, bread, citrus fruit salad, spinach salad w/carrot garnish. Frlda[ Beef pot pie, asparagus, bread, grapes, tomato and cucumber salad. Deli style dog, oven browned potatoes, cabbage, applesauce Jello with topping, Russian salad. I Pork chop, corn bread stuffing, mush- room gravy, Scandi- navian vegetables, roll, fluffy fruit cup, Jean's salad. t Baked fish, cheddar mashed potatoes, vegetables, banana bread, applesauce Jello w/topping. I Chili, corn bread, I!ii fruit ambrosia, gar- den vegetable salad. Halloween Party www, LovellChronicM.com September 30, 2010 I The Love5 Chronicle Lovell High School math teacher Doug Hazen got into the spirit of homecoming by dressing up for Super Hero Day Tuesday. So who is he? Captain Calculator. perhaps? Woman escapes alleged kidnapping BY BRAD DEVEREAUX While returning a cail to a Carbon County, Mont., residence, a nurse from the Billtogs Clinic in Cedy got an unexpected earful on Wednesday, Sept. 15, that prompted her to report the incident to law enforcement. It turns out what she heard on the other end of the line was an alleged kidnapping for which criminal charges have since been filed. According to court doc- umenis, the nurse called Joey Deeg of Crooked Creek Read in Carbon County, Mont. During the conversation Deeg alleg- ediy shouted, "sit the **** dawn. You're not going anywhere." Shortly after, the nurse said she heard a female yelling, "Don't hang up, be has a gun on me" in the background. The line went dead and when the nurse tried to call back there was no answer. She then contacted the Carbon County Sheriffs Depart- ment and told them about the suspicious call. The female in the back- ground was later identified as Jerri Tillett. While deputies were responding to the scene, Tillett allegedly poured a,jUg of liqmd over Deeg, abldr the glmi,lhand - cuffed Deeg to t bed and left the house. Deputies arrived at the house along with Big Horn County, Wyo., sher- riffs deputies to find Deeg handcuffed and unclothed sitting in a wheelchair next to the bed. Deeg stated he does have a 9 mm that he normally keeps on the table beside his bed. The gun was sitting on the table dur- ing the incident, Deeg said, but he didn't touch it while speaking with Tillett. Dep- uties then left the home in search of Tillett. Deeg told investigators that the argument started earlier in the day because be asked llett to bring him his wheelchair and she refused, according to court documents. The argument escalated and he called Tillott into the bedroom and they were discussing the matter when the nurse's call came in. Ti]lett te]d investigators that she woke up earlier in the day to Deeg yelling at her and was verbally abu- sive throughout the morn- ing, according to court docu- ments. Tillett said she later went into Deeg's bedroom and asked if he wanted to talk. She said he allegedly positioned himself between her and the door and palled out a loaded pistol. Over said, Deeg allegedly point- ed the gun at her or at his head and would not allow her to leave. Tillett alleges that Deeg threatened to shoot her and hiraself while in the bed- room for the next two hours. Tillett said Deeg allegedly told her to put handcuffs on, but she delayed doing so as long as possible, eventu- ally cuffing one hand while leaving the other one free. When the call came in, Tfllett screamed out and shortly after allegedly wrestled the gun away from him and threw it down the hallway. Tillett alleges that Deeg had a firm grip on her arm as she tried to leave the bedroom, so she grabbed a jug of liquid mad dumped it on him. On her way out of the house, Tillett said she grabbed the gun and later turned it over to law en- forcement. During a follow-up in- terriew the following day, Deeg stated that he did put the gun in his hand, but only for protection from Tillett. Deeg taces two sepa- rate felony charges of kid- napping and assaalt with a weapon. If convicted of assault with a weapon, he On the reco00 County Clerk's office recently were: Ramon M Luna and Guedalupe Socorro Luna to Ruben Luna; Lovell Linnabary "A" Sub- division Brock 5 Lot 3 (Part) MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovefi Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gains recently were: Arlene Collins, 76, seat beg violation, fined $25 Brian Garza, 19, speeding 25 mph in a 20 mph schoo; zone, fined $05 Joshua Cole Zimmerman, 25. speeding 25 mph in a 2O mph school zone, fined $65 Gabdel B. Agree121, speeding 31 mph in a 20 mph school zone, fined $240 Made L Garcia, 23. dog at large, fined $40 Made L Garcia, 23. no city dog tags, fned $40 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Egk M Chdstofferson, 18, Wodand, WY, 60 MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Jason Edward Stanzione and Ana Chdstina Krom, both of Shell Levi Spencer Taw and Sasha Gale Jolley, both of Lovell Jordan Morrison Hitz and Angela May Daus- man, both of Lovell 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 Sarah and Shawn Wilkerson on Sep- tember 23, 2010 at 2:54 pro, a baby girl, Kamree May, weighing fi Ibs.,12 oz. Her grandparents are Kim and Julaine Askvig and Roger and Shelly Wgkerson. Born to Catalina g. Reynosa on September 24, 2010 at 7:18 am., a baby gid, Nevaeh LeeAnne Reynosa DeLaCruz, weighing 5 Ibs., 6 oz Her grandparents are Olga and Jesse Houck and Cindy and Carlos DeLa- Cruz. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: David D, Zier and Betty J. Zier to Rod T, Win- land and Jodi Winland; Cowley Original Town Block 48 Lot 2, 3, 4; Block 49 Lot 1, 2, 3, 4; Block 50 Lot 1, 2; Block 51 Lot 2 Nylen Lee AIIphin, dr and Patdcia Gall AIIphin to N. Lee AIIphin, Jr. Revocable Trust dat- ed April 22, 2004, Trustee N. Lee AIIphin, Jr The Nylen Lee AIIphin Limffed Partnership, Partner N. Lee AIIphin Jr. to N. Lee All- phin Jr. Revocable Trust dated April 22, 2004,Trustae N. Lee AIIphin Jr; Lovell Lin- naba "B" Subdivision Bock6 Lot 4 ($2) Lorefia J. Kolb to Jeff Purcell and Tdna Purcell; Lovefl Odginal Town Block 29 Lot 1 (Part) Debra Joan Fuller, CathWn Anna Kadik nka Cathryn Anna Nelson afia Cathryn Anna Fuller, Barry Fuller, David Newcomer and Susan E. Acosta to Dixie D. Anderson; Cowley Odginal Town Block 39 Lot I ($2) Republic Credit One, L.P, Allan White Senior Account Manager to James H. Gammel and Angela M. Gammel; T55N R94W Sec 34 Lot 1, Lot 4 (Part), Lot 6 (Part); E2NE4 Sec 34 (Pad); NW4NW4 (Part) Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn mph, fined $240 Individuals are local residents unless otherwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Dick GiffoM, 65, reckless driving. 6 months pro- bation, 10 days in jail (9 days suspended, credit for 1 day served), fined $690 Dick Gifford, 65, speeding 53 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $70 David W. Huang. 41, speeding 52 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $148 Bill G Tem], 58, speeding 63 in a 45 mph zone, fined $158 Taylor B. Swenson. 17, valid ddvers license missing, fined $$110 Gordan L, Rebel 62, speeding 54 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $60 Jeffrey L. Peterson, 26, seat belt violation, fined $25 Dustin M. neuter, 31, valid driver's license missing, fined $110 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Robert Stanly Czachorski III. 39, 79 mph. fined $82 Robert P, Ibarra, 38.77 mph, fined $76 Paul M Romslo, 41,79 mph, fined $82 Sidney M Weiser, 45, 79 mph. fined $62 Donald Vintom Blake, 72, 76 mph, fined $73 lan H. Creux. 16, 79 mph, fined $82 Tracy R Miller, 18, 73 mph, fined $B4 Jeffrey L Petarson. 26, 76 mph, fined $63 ShirleyA Waghall, 51174 mph. fined $67 Men fighting at meat counter The Lovell Police Department received violence. Officers learned that the sub- could face a fine of u to the following calls for the week of Sept. 21- jects were arguing about leaving guns $50,000, 20 years in ji' or 27, 2010: : , , : , : ,i  vehidekhere they would be acces- : Sept. 21 ." The Lovefi Police Department re- sib]e to ,children. The subjects allowed the LPD to confiscate the guns for the night and the two parties separated for the night. Sept. 23; Officers responded along with an ambulance to a Lovell home for a report of a man who had given himself an injection and there was a bubble in his leg. Sept. 26: Officers received a call from the Red Apple reporting that two subjects were fighting near the meat counter. The LPD is investigating the case with possible charg- es pending. ceived a signed complaint from a construc- tion worker that a car had driven by and the driver threw a rock at them. The LPD is investigating a report of a stolen gaming system and laptep from a residence in Lovell. The LPD has iden- tified potential suspects and the case is under investigation. ,t Officers responded to a domestic dispute in progress at a Lovell home. They made contact with the individuals involved and determined there was no physical the next two hours, Tillett both. Have a news tip? Contact us at the Lovell Chronicle ... 548-2217 or Icnews@tctwest.net Horses left tied without food The Big Horn County Sherlfs Depart- Sept. 24: Deputies responded with an ana- ment received the following calls for the bulance to a residence outside of Love]l for week of Sept. 20-27, 2010: a report of a man having trouble breath- Sept. 20| Deputies received a report that ing. some horses were left chained to a post at Segt. 25: Deputies responded to a report the Bucking Mule Falls trallhead for at of a domestic dispute going on at a home least a day, possibly longer, without food outside of Lovefi. Deputies responded and or water. The horses were rented from a found no evidence of physical abuse. The Lovefi-areaman, whodidnotgetthenames subjects agreed to let deputies remove a of the people he rpnted the horses to. gun from the home for the night. Sept. 22: The Sheriffs Office assisted the ,r Deputies are investigating a report of a Lovell Police Department with a subject breaking and entering of a Byron home who was threatening to harm himself at a where several items, including guns, location in Lovell. were reported missing. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast 111urlday  O  ( Friday Saturday 8011/50 Sunday Monday Mostly sunny end A very rm and Mostlysunny and partly cloudy PaMly Cloudy, still warm sunny slate to ve n slight chance of October late t-storms 79/50 84152 82/50 80/47 ;. , : I H p,eurs wLL ine to kep eondti nsoay ,m aO  thughout the northern Relies Cdition8 11 als0 be ve sunnythroughthewkend EnjOythegrtlearlyfallweatharasnt L  l; -'' - - ' ,, .'z'.;,_. :,- Jet Steam t f0,1004 Sunrise & Sunni  2 ? B@ Horn La. 11 g  ath aut,ul  on .... ,D./Weather, Inc. 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