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October 11,2012 ] The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Police seek help finding man wanted for child abduction BY NATHAN OSTER Police officers across the Big Horn Basin are con- tinuing their search for a man wanted in connection with a child abduction Mon- day afternoon in Cody. According to a state- wide bulletin, the abduction occurred outside the Park County Library at about 3:45 p.m. when the suspect allegedly enticed the mi- nor into his vehicle by ask- ing for assistance in locat- ing his puppy. The suspect then allegedly threatened the minor with a pistol. A statewide Amber Alert was issued around 6:45 p.m. At 8:15 p.m., po- lice received a report of an l 1-year-old girl walk- ing down Spirit Mountain Road, sometimes known as Carter Mountain Access Road, off Highway 291 out- side of Cody. Police believe that the girl was sexually assaulted before she was released. The girl has since been reunited with her family. The Cody Police De- partment is seeking the public's assistance in locat- ing the suspect, who is de- scribed as a "while male, 55 to 60 years of age and be- tween 180 and 200 pounds." The suspect has short, strawberry blond or white hair, a neatly or new- ly trimmed mustache or beard. He was last seen wearing a brown shirt, blue jeans and a tan baseball cap. The CPD believes the suspect was driving a white SUV-type of vehicle with two leather seats up front and the back area open, with a mattress on the floor. The suspect is consid- ered armed and dangerous. Anyone with informa- tion on this case is asked to contact the Cody Po- lice Department, 307-527- 8700. Sheriff's report Attempted break-in under investigation The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office received the following calls for the week of Oct. 1 - 8: Oct. 1: A resident of Byron reported a large wooden spool stolen from his home. The matter is under inves- tigation. Oct. 2: Sheriffs deputies participated in a search for two overdue fisher- men thought to be in the Horseshoe Bend area. The fishermen were found un- harmed. Oct. 5: A resident of Deaver called to ask Sher- iffs deputies to check on the health and well-be- ing of another resident's horse. The horse was old and the owner said he was being treated for his condi- tion. it A resident reported an attempted break-inat a home in Byron. The mat- ter is under investiga- tion. it Sheriffs deputies re- ceived information that a suspicious person was staying at a home in Byron without permis- sion. No one was in the home when deputies ar- rived. The matter is un- der investigation. Oct. 6: A resident of Byron reported receiving prank telephone calls. Police report Aggressive door-to-door salesmen reported in area The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Oct. 2 - 9: Oct. 2: A resident of Lovell reported a stolen sledge- hammer., ,.,: : Oct. 3: A resident of Lovell asked police to listen to a suspicious phone call he re- ceived. It was determined that the call was a solicita- tion. it An incident of vandalism was reported by a Lovell resident, who said some- one put a foreign sub- stance in the gas tank of her vehicle. The matter is under investigation. it A resident of Lovell re- ported that someone wrote checks on his checking account with- out his permission. The matter is under investi- gation. Oct. 4: A resident of Lovell complained of two loose dogs on Kansas Street that acted aggressively toward her while she was walk- ing. The owner of the dogs was cited with two counts of dogs at large. it An accident between a truck and a vehicle in a parking lot on Main Street was reported. Ashlie Myers was cited for improper backing. it A resident of Lovell com- plained about an ag- gressive salesman sell- ing cleaning products. Lovell Police Chief Nick Lewis reminds residents to place a "No solicitors" sign on their front door if they do not wish to be contacted by door-to-door salesmen. Oct. 6: A wounded goose was found in the Conoco parking lot. Oct. 7: Kade Corbin Wag- ner was arrested for DUI and transported to the de- tention center in Basin. it Kurtis Dean Wilkerson was arrested for a bond revocation. Oct. 8: A resident com- plained that he saw four different vehicles run the new red stoplight on Main Street at the corner of Sho- shone and Main Streets. Motorists are reminded that they must remain completely stopped when the light is red, even if pe- destrians have cleared the crosswalk. Several motor- ists were cited for not stay- ing completely stopped dur- ing the red light. it A resident of Lovell re- ported hearing gunshots near the storage units on Oregon Avenue. Po- lice were unable to locate anyone with a gun in the area. On the record Deeds Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Joan Hansen, Dustin L. Fuller, Debra Joan Fuller, Cathryn Anna Karlik AKA Cathryn Anna Nelson NKA Cathryn Anna Fuller and Barry Fuller to Michael Kirk Jameson Jr and Stormy Nicole Jameson; Lovell Linnabary "B" Subdivi- sion (Part) Lot Block 6 Shon R. Hocker and Carla M. Hocker to Jarrod A. Cain and Karen A. Cain; Cowley Original Town (Part) Lot 4 Block 61 Mikel Pederson and Retha Pederson to Tina Ann Strack; Lovell Highland Subdivision (Part) Lot 12, 17, 18 Block 3 Charles R. Bracken and Carla Evans NKA Carla Bracken to William C. Hackney and Van- gi A. Hackney; (Part) Lot 123 T56N R96W Charles R. Bracken, Carla Evans NKACar- la Bracken to William C. Hackney and Vangi A. Hackney; (Part) Lot 89 T56N R96W Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Charlotte Lucille Smith to Vera Ruth Car- roll, Cynthia Ann Teitsoh and Charlotte Lucille Smith; Lot Sec. 18 T55N R97W Municipal Court Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Jerald Anderson, 59, harboring raccoons, fined $100 Jaymond C. Thompson, 16, following too close, fined $70 Maddison Baxendale, 17, improper back- ing, fined $60 Homer Ross McKinney, 30, dog at large x 3, fined $120; no dog tags, fined $40 Frank Heinrich, 33, expired drivers license, fined $125 Launi Newman, 39, no seat belt, fined $25 Jody Murphy, 26, improper backing, fined $60 For speeding in a 20 mph zone: Ryan Lewis, 19, 30 mph, fined $180 in Big Horn County Brennan W. Fitzgerald, 21, Juneau, Wl, 25 mph, fined $65 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Eric L. Parmer, 24, Worland, 40 mph, fined $122 Circuit Court Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Cir- cuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Harrington recently were: Leslie J. Shepard, born in 1973, violate le- gal weight-6001 to 8000, fined $180; tire: load weight rating; under-inflated, fined $160 Mary A. Young, born in 1959, no seat belt, fined $25 . Rowena E. Hopkinson, born in 1950, stop sign violation, fined $120; no seat belt, fined $25 Ryan W. Cheney, born in 1991, take game birds during closed season, fined $120 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Ashley N. Bertsch, born in 1993, 45 mph, fined $120 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Kevin D. Oswald, born in 1964, 87 rnph, fined $111 Lora Am Peterson, born in 1960, 80 mph, fined $90 Roxanne C. Johnson, born in 1979, 83 mph, fined $100 Andrew H. Leblanc, born in 1984, 78 mph, fined $84 Paul F. Clifford, born in 1958, 74 mph, fined $67 Theresa S. Whiteman, born in 1946, 80 mph, fined $85 Brian D. Morrison, born in 1967, 82 mph, fined $96 William R. Fisk, born in 1975, 70 mph, fined $20 Anna M. McAtee, born in 1989, 82 mph, fined $96 Jessee D. Wilson, born in 1993, 80 mph, fined $90 Joseph M. Montgomery, born in 1982, 75 mph, fined $70 From our files 0000leather clerk 'recalled' in 1912? 100 YEARS AGO Cowley Weekly Progress Oct. 12, 1912 The weather clerk should be called on the car- pet and made to give an account of himself. He is treating our farmers simply shameful and they are talk- ing of invoking the "recall" against him. He has cer- tainly been on bad behavior long enough. 75 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle Oct. 14, 1937 Thirteen fires in the Big Horn National Forest caused $6 worth of dam- age this year, but cost the forestry service $115 to ex- tinguish. Lightning was re- sponsible for several of the blazes, careless smokers for four and a careless camper one. The fire suppression cost was slightly more than $1 an acre. 50 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle Oct. 11, 1962 Sports notes photo: Winterholler. In the back- ground is Leon Mickelson. The victory was the second win of the season for the Bulldogs. 25 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle Oct. 15, 1987 The Lovell Bulldogs will wear the crown of 1987 Five Rivers Conference Football Champions. Clutch plays on offense and game-saving plays on defense carried the John Mangus finds a hole,i; uVtdefeated Bulldogs to a" and motors through to score,- 22-14 overtime victory over a TD against Buffalo. Mak- the stubborn Greybull Buf- ing the hole for Mangus are faloes before a packed sta- Dave Gilstrap and Kent diuminGreybull. !ii!iiiii!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!iliiiiii!i iiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii!!iiiiiiiiiii O'00fffi B urnlng PNow through November 30, 2012 VROM 7am TO 4pm You MUST contact the LPD dispatcher (548-2215) to get permission PRIOR to burning. Residents who are sensitive to Smoke may call and register with the Dispatcher and those who plan to burn will be notified if there is a sensitive resident in the area. lf a complaint is received by the dispatcher a police officer will be sent to investigate and may require afire to be extinguished. There is a 2 hour burn down period until 6p.m. Big Horn Basin )utlook Weekend Outlook Big Horn 00unty Long Range Forecast Saturday Sunday Monday Mostly cloudy, Warmer A few showers Partly cloudy, Rain showers few sprinkles scattered showers 62 / 40 73 / 43 66 / 43 53 / 36 47 / 34 A small weather disturbance rolling through on Thursday will bring in a few sprinkles of rain at best. Temperatures then warm up nicely on ..... . ,.:%o  _... Friday ahead of another weather system that moves in just in time for  ';'" . "SOs/30s " '% the weekend. Expect off and on showers and somewhat cooler .... .:'-. 80L/408 .= .... . ." ..8 .......... conditions this weekend. .,. '%''od. " 605 / 30s Lovell Greybull  : : Aage H   32 Record High/Low 87 in 1938, 10 in 1969 Record High/Low 8 in 1996,19 in 2002 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.68" in 1983 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.38" in 1983 Jet Stream Forecast for 10115 Sunrise & Sunset sunrise sunset Friday 7:24 AM 6:35 PM ;Sam; Sunday 7:27 AM 6:31 PM i5 6iPM National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www'crh'naa'gv/riw/index'htm Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - The day Saturday looks quite nice with -. I s . increasing clouds late Be ready, however, for showers and mixed showers on Sunday, River Stage(feet) Flow(cM) i Normal Flow(till) Yellowstone National Park - Be ready for a rain/snow Big Horn at Kane 1.94' 918 1780 mix to all off and on snow showers this weekend as a Sll0idtoni near EOIt cold front moves in from the west, Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - The weekend will start out with Road and Travel on the web- http:/ht*dotweb.state.wy.us3web/highway/text road.html quiet weather conditions. Late Saturday into Sunday a F .... t prepared by: Da,yX/ather I Inc. Cheyenne, WY 82001 front will bring in scattered showers. www.dayweather.com Bate H L Prec. OcL2 46 31 .00 Oct, 3 46 33 .00 Oct. 4 43 21 .00 Oct. 5 52 25 .00 Oct. 6 56 26 .00 Oct,7 56 28 .00 Oct; 8 58 24 .00 BO Horn Lake level (as of Wed., Oct. 10): 3628.62 ft. tC LOVELL hronlcle sosored [ Hel F love o.es keep. i. totch with a 51)rt s.bsc@tlon o the Lovell Chronicle. ...... $ A o.e-sear s.lscr, Ft,o. to otks , BL Hot. Co..t 5 ,sj.st 28, $ $ i. LUSoml. 5 ZI-O, a.d out o state just Zt-5. ive us  cU at 5#8-2217.