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October 3, 2019 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Police report The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Sept. 23 to 29: Sept. 23: Officers were alerted to a situ- ation on West Third Street where a male was found yelling profanities out his car window at a woman he was in a dating re- lationship with. Officers talked to the man and advised him to abstain from discuss- ing his relationship problems loudly in public. A resident reported to officers that his vehicle was broken into. Officers de" tected no signs of forced entry into the car. Cash was reportedly taken from in- side the vehicle. The case is under in- vestigation. Sept. 25: A REDDI report was received re- garding a beet truck driving all over the road, into the other lane of traffic. Officers identified the vehicle while it was unoccu- pied and when witnessing the driver take the wheel, detected no signs of improper driving. Sept. 27" An officer found the concession Sheriff's report stand left open duringhis regular check of the East Ballfields. The fridge and freez- er was left open, as well as the cupboards, and items were found lying around. It is unknown if any illegal activity occurred. The incident is under investigation. A vehicle was later reported to officers as suspicious as it was parked in front of the East Ballfields concession stand and was thought possibly connected to the previous incident. Instead, officers found two teenagers making out inside the vehicle. Sept. 28: A case of possible vandalism at Constitution Park was reported by Lovell's Park Department. Officers located what could have been recently made tire tracks. No significant damage was discovered at the park. Note: The calls listed above were received by the Lovell Police Department. Persons ar- rested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dis- missed as determined by the County Attorney. The Big Horn Sheriff's Department re- ceived the following calls for the week of Sept. 23 to Sept. 30: Sept. 24: Deputies were alerted to a white Kia weaving back and forth across the cen- ter line, almost running two cars off the road, heading 'toward Byron from Pow- ell on Highway 14A. Deputies located the vehicle but could not determine a driving pattern for the vehicle. No citations were issued. the Big Horn Mountains in the past two weeks. Hunting equipment was report- ed missing. The case is under investiga- tion. A vehicle was reported on Highway 310 as blocking the road with its hazard lights on and an elderly man slumped over inside of it. When emergency ser- vices arrived on scene, the vehicle was nowhere to be found. Sept. 27: A resident on 6th Street in Fran- Deputies received reports of a person nie threatened to shoot his neighbor's trespassing on a property on 1st Avenue horse after the neighbor failed to properly West in Deaver after she had alreadyclose the gate, allowing the horse to wan- been given a criminal trespassing order, der onto the resident's lawn. Deputies met The incident is under investigation,with the resident and explained how there Sept. 25: Deputies got a call from a resi- would be trouble if he decided to shoot his dent of a property on Highway 310 who ran neighbor's horse. a car through her own fence. She offered Note: The calls listed above were re- law enforcement any help they needed in ceived by Big Horn Sheriff's Department. the replacement of the fence. Persons arrested are presumed innocent A camper was broken into on Forestuntil proven guilty in a court of law, and Service Road 14, better known as Sheep charges made upon initial arrest may be Mountain Road. It is the fourth camper amended or dismissed as determined by to be broken into on the north end of the County Attorney. Basin native settling in as Deputy County Attorney BY JESSICA ROBINSON The Big Horn County Attorney's Office recent- lywelcomed another, dep- uty county attorney to the team, and she is no strang- er to Big Horn County. Jennifer Kirk, daughter of Dave and Jeff Cooper of Basin, was raised and at- tended school in Basin, graduating in 2000. Kirk attended the Uni- versity of Wyoming for both her undergraduate degree and law school. "I always wanted to go to law school ever since I was a child," she said. After she had her first child, Kirk said she decid- ed that if she was going to work, she really wanted to do something she was pas- Jennifer Kirk said. She said she felt like she was ready for a change. When the job opened up, Kirk felt like it was a good fit for her. She said she always wanted to come back to Basin at some point in her career and serve the community. She was very excited. sionate about. When her son was 10 months old, Kirk and her husband packed up and she attended school. Her son been a need for a civil dep- uty attorney in their office. "I know the commis- sioners are really hap-. py that there is somebody dedicated to doing the civil work," she said. "We are ab- solutely thrilled she has a lot of civil experience that she brings along with an understanding of who we deal with." Bean said the plan is to have everybody in the of- fice able to step in. Once all the civil pieces are leveled out, Bean hopes to move Jennifer to other areas so she is able to do whatever they need. Bean didn't know if their office has had a ded- icated civil deputy attor- ney. However, she was re- ally happy that the county commissioners understood the need and met it. She said she is very thankful to them for doing it. is now nine years old and Kirk said Big Horn At this time, Kirk is they have a four-year-old County Attorney Marcia working on civil matters for daughter, as well. Bean is a very good person the office. "I've been able After graduating, Kirk to learn from and she knew to get a really good jump went back to Cheyenne and she would get a lot of good on a lot of things and have worked for a year for Legal experience, made some good progress Aid of Wyoming. Four years "I'm very proud to be in in some issues that have ago, the Kirks moved to Cody and Jennifer worked for another non-profit, the Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, until she was hived to her current service to the community that I grew up in and pas- sionate about doing a good job and providing good services to Big Horn Coun- ty," she said. "We're really thrilled position with the Big Horn that she's here," Bean County Attorney's Office. said. "We're thrilled that "Up to that point, I she agreed to take this had dedicated my life to position." non-profit service," she Bean said there has needed attention," she said. She said she is look- ing forward to continuing the work, learning and just stepping in to help wherev- er she can. "This is my hometown and I'm really proud to be back here and to feel like I'm providing service to the community that gave me a great childhood," she said. Thursday Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 60 / 36 County Long Range Forecast Friday Few Showers Precip Chance: 35% 58 / 33 Saturday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 20=/0 53 / 35 Sunday Mostly Sunny Precip Chance: 20% 54 / 37 Monday Mostly Sunny Precip Chance: 10% 61/44 WYOHIN6'S Cdnon DEALER KgnEERa State of t~oming~$ Printing Portner "Simply SERVING WYOMING FROM 6 LOCATIONS: Cowley, Riverton, Green River, Cheyenne, Casper, Sheridan BIRTHS dez, born in 1978, hunt big ry auto insurance: first of- We are interested in printing the game/trophy game/wild fense, $555. births of North Big Horn Coun- 5ison in wrong area, $235. Elizabeth H. Crawford, ty babies. Report these births James E. Anderson, Cowley, driving while li- fo the Love, Chronicle at 307- Lovell, no seat belt: driver, cense cancelled, suspended 548-2217. $25. or revoked, $435. Born to Kyra and Jack Jacob Zietsman, Byron, Jacob Nathaniel Sales, Wren at Powell Valley violation of legal weight: Greybull, no seat belt: driv- Healthcare on Sept. 24, 8001to 10,000, $245. er, ~25. 2019, at 8:12 a.m. a baby girl, George L. Fowler. Lovell, Jesse L. Thompson, Zora Emery Wren, weighing no seat belt: driver, ~25. Farmington, N.M driv- 7 lbs 12 oz. Grandparents Geoge Thomas Shirran, ing while license cancelled, are Tamera Wren of Powell, Hyattville, pleaded guilty to suspended, or revoked, Wyo and Sharla Carpenter failure to close gate, $455. $425. Wierson of Cummings, N.D. MARRIAGES Marriage license issued from the Big Hom County Clerk's of- fice recently was: Nick Lee Burke and Cor- rinda Kay Davis,-both of Powell. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from JamesF. Dunkerley,Speeding in a 30 mph zone: Cody, no seatbelt: driver, Dylan M. Blankenship, S25. Powell, S125 Candida Romero, Basin, Teagan N. Townsend, pleaded guilty of theft-un- Cowley, $280 der $1,000, t80 days jail Dakota L. King, Morgan- with 177 days suspended, six town, Pa $118 months unsupervised pro- Speeding in a 45 mph zone: bation, $305 fees and fines, Paul A. Vargas, Thermo- $40 restitution, polis, S105 the Big Hom County Clerk's of- Jennifer Allen, Greybull, Jesse L. Wilson, Farm- rice recently were: bound over for trial for pos- ington, N.M. $90. Frankie G. Rohrer to session of a controlled sub- Thomas R. Sanderson; (part) stance in plant form: three Lot 52, T56N R96W. ounces or less - third or Richard Mumford and more offense; possession Caprice A. Mumford to Kyle of a controlled substance Mumford: Cowley, Original in powder or crystal form: Town, (part) Lot 2, Block 47. three grams or less - third Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Rodrigo Fonseca, Red- mond, Wash $15 Speeding in a 70 mph zone: Max H. Jolley, Lovell, $110 Sarah A. Evrard, Powell, $88 Joan L. Nixon to Keri A. Angell and Lance D. Nixon; Lot 38G, T56N R96W. Quitclaim deeds issued, from the Big Horn County Clerk's of. rice recently were: Donald W. Atki son and Ruth E. Atkinson to Donald or more offense. Adrian L. Skelly, Glasgow, Carl M. Nielsen, Mander- UK, S150 son, stop sign violation, Niklaus W. Coles, Ami- $125. tyville, N.Y SIlO Sara K. Stafford, Otto, RJ L'. Fowler, Powell, $86 driving while licenSe can- Scott p. Welch, Lovell, celled, suspended or re- SIlO voked, S435. Sunnie Rae Yvonne W. Atkinson, trustee and Cody L. McCoy, Basin, no Shobe, Azle, Texas, $135 Ruth E. Atkinson, trustee, of compulsory auto insurance: Mark A. Campbell, Signal the Donald W. and Ruth E.first offense, $545. Mountain, Tenn $100 Atkinson livingtrust; Lovell, Matthew J. Hofer, Robert F. Tschiggfrie, Steve McArthur Addition Choteau, Mont no valid Asbury, Iowa,$88 Subdivision, Lot 12, Lot 1, driver's license, $135. Natasha M. Yates, Lovell, Sec. 15, T56N R96W. Luis M. Najera, Billings, S88 CIRCUIT COURT Mont no valid driver's li- Benjamin M. Dickey, To- Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- cense, $125. ronto, $84 dicial Circuit Court in Big Hom Bacara A. Raines, Lovell, Andrew G. Thompson, County before Judge Edward G. driving while license can- Butte, Mont $100 Luhm recently were: celled, suspended or re- MUNICIPAL COURT Michelle Nicole Sher- yoked, $435. Persons fined in the Lovell Mu- man, born in !984, aggra- Sasha Rimmer, Lovell, nicipal Court before Judge Syl- vated burglary with deadly pleaded guilty to operating via Gams recently were: weapon, conspire to com- vehicle with altered, muti- Lorna Rasch, Billings, 40, mit a felony, bound over. lated or obscured license failure to yield to emergen- Christopher S. Val= plates, $85; no compulso- cyvehicle, $135. II un | Lovell Community I m m Tickets: $10 J Tickets available at the door or Big Horn Federal, Lovell Area Chamber and Queen Bee Gardens