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PATTI CARPENTER Ernie and Kathy Mowery stopped by the Lovell Community Center on Saturday to shop for used books at the annual book sale put on by the Lovell branch of the Big Horn County Library. Father and son found after extensive search in Big Horns BY KYNLI SMITH Search efforts were successful in locating two missing hunters outside of Hyattville in the early morning hours on Wednes- day, Oct. 21. Larry Wood, 53, of Casper and son Levi Wood, 16, left their camp around 3 .p._m. on Sunday. After nearly 12 hours missing from camp, members of their hunting party noti- fied the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office on Monday afternoon. South Big Horn County Search and Rescue personnel were first to re- spond to the scene shortly after. SAR teams searched through the night and through dense fog, accord- ing to Big Horn County Sheriff Ken Blackburn. “The scary thing is, they left camp with noth- ing more than light jack- ets,” Blackburn said. Blackburn also said that the inclement weath- er conditions hampered search efforts early Tues- day morning and into the Police Report rest of the day and night. Civil Air Patrol also launched throughout the day on Tuesday, and forward-looking infra— red (FLIR) cameras were launched with the plane. FLIR are used to detected thermal heat and are typi- cally used at night or in the fog. According to Black- burn, the settings for the FLIR were set to detect hu- man body temperatures. ‘The weather has made it more difficult in search efforts on the ground and in the air,” Blackburn said. Search teams from North Big Horn County re- sponded to the scene Tues- day along with responders from Washakie and John- son counties. The Unit- ed States Air Force and Homeland Security were also called in to help with search efforts. After searching a 100- mile radius, the two were found miles from their camp off Cold Springs Road around 12:10 am. on Wednesday, said Black- burn. They were reunited with their family. “It was a good end- ing,” Blackburn said. “The Air Force helped lo— cate them miles from their camp. They both were suf- fering from exposure, but required no major medi- cal treatment. Shortly af- ter they were found they were reunited with their family.” According to Black- burn, the two kept moving to keep themselves warm. Blackburn thanked South Big Horn County Search and Rescue, North Big Horn County Search and Rescue, Washakie and Johnson Search and Res- cue, the United States Air Force, Homeland Securi- ty and Civil Air Patrol for their efforts in this suc- cessful search. “Our volunteer search and rescue teams are up all day and night. I can’t tell you how proud I am of our teams out there,” Black- burn said. “Everyone who responded went above and beyond the call of duty. Our hats are off to all of them.” Resident receives fraudulent check during online sale The Lovell Police Department received at the time. October 29 2015 l The Lovell Chronicle 5 On the Record in Big Horn County BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by contacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Raichel and Ty- ler Hinckley at Powell Val- ley Healthcare on Oct. 20, 2015, at 1:23 p.m., a baby girl, Kaebree Lynn Hinck- ley, weighing 7 lbs. 7 oz. Grandparents are Martin and Michelle Shanor and Frank and Karen Hinckley. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk’s of- fice recently were: Darren Allen Denton and Lainie Antoinette Preciado, both of Greybull. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk’s of- fice recently were: Valerie J. Layne F/K/A Valerie J. Welch to Scott A. Caturia, Priscilla M. Catu- ria and Krista Jem Howe; Lovell Highland Subdivi- sion, Lots 11, 12, (Part) Lot 13, Block 8. Wyomet Inc. to Matthew J. Dufresne; Lovell Cityview Addition, Lots 10-24, Block 7. MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Mu- nicipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Mikayla M. Thompson, Lovell, 17, failure to main- tain liability insurance, $420. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn County before Judge Thomas Harrington recently were: Kimberly A. Schweitzer, born in 1963, criminal tres- pass, 2 days in jail (2 days suspended), court costs $265. Brian K. Lewis, born in 1974, take antelope over it Sheriff’s report mile from irrigated land, $220. Douglas E. Robison, born in 1966, shoot from across or along roadway, $220. Armando Silva Jr., born in 1990, unlawful contact: rude, insolent or angry touches without bodily in- jury, 6 months probation, 90 days in jail (90 days suspended). Shad Carter, born in 1986, buy or receive stolen property under $1000, dis- missed by prosecution. Terry D. Johns, Loretto, Tenn., failure to pass when free of traffic, $65. Ronald R. Lineberg- er, Cody, pleaded guilty to three counts of failure to tag leg-hold traps or snares, $7,299 fine each count, pleaded guilty six counts of violation of small game/fur- bearer regulations not list- ed elsewhere, $7,299 fine on each count. Travis J. Smith, Powell, stop sign violation, $110. Jeffery H. Langston, Lovell, brakes: out of adjust- ment, $160. Andre C. Clayborne, Worland, pleaded guilty to DUI: second offense within 10 years, 180 days jail (136 days suspended), 24 months supervised probation, $440. Victor Satas, Riverside, 111., no seat belt: driver, $30. Vanessa Raye Lawrence, Basin, possession of con- trolled substance-plant-3 oz. or less, 180 days jail (180 days suspended), 1 year un- supervised probation, $190. Jimmy A. Okeefe, Basin, failure to use seat belt while operating CMV, $70. Speeding in a 20 mph school zone: David Frost, Lovell, $65. Thomas J. Quinn, Oradell, N.J., $157. Speeding in a 30 mph zone: Timoth R. Bell, Louis- ville, Ky., 125. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Meir T. Joffe, Voorhees, N.J., $90. Leung Chungchi, Lee, N.J., $78. Thomas W. Weir, Wor- land, $69. Denise A. Blanchard, Ea- gan, Minn., $87. Emma B. Sanchez, Hun- tington Beach, Calif, $84. Joseph R. Vinagro, John- ston, R.I., $148. Donald G. Radar, Spring- field, Ohio, $81. Samuel E. Cooper, Deca- ter, Ala., $102. Darwin L. Crabtree, Sil- verton, Ore., $118. Penny A. Cooley, Basin, $82. Michael D. Sheridan, $70. Leslie K. Witmer, Lititz, Penn., $83. Matthew A. Johnson, Cody. $67. Sheri Eaton, Greybull, $73. Tamatha J. Lampley, Goodlettsville, Tenn, $79. Louis Vinagro, Foster, R.I., $150. Lori J. Berg, Worland, $75. Malcomb M. Witt, Paris, Ky., $84. Michael P. Levine, Grey- bull, $87. Justin L. Ladd, Belmont, N.H., $108. Joseph A. Holdren, Riv- erton, $78. Darrell L. Montgomery, Clyde, Calif., $81. Connie J. Mitchell, Great Falls, Mont., $81. Walther F. Bauer, College Park, Ga., $78. Victor Satas, Riverside, 111., $94. Gina L. Embrey, Phoe- nix, $75. Betty A. Over, Arvada, Colo., $75. Charles E. Nucci, San Francisco, $97. Cesar L. Arnhold, Ipora D0 Oeste, Brazil, $120. Fort Schauer, Telephone scammer threatens resident The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office re- ceived the following calls for the week of Oct. 19 26: Oct. 20: An individual living near Lovell re- ported receiving a phone call threatening to “serve papers” on him if he did not pay money to the caller. This is a common scam and the sheriff’s department should be no- tified if this type of call is received. Oct. 21: A person residing near Lovell re- ported a “whole herd of cattle” in his front yard. The owner of the livestock was contacted. Oct. 22: A rescue team assisted a fami- ly that had run out of gas in the Big Horn Canyon recreation area. Oct. 23: Sheriff’s deputies are investigat- ing a report of harassing text messages re- ceived by an individual living near Lovell. 0 Deputies received a report of personal items removed from the Byron Recre- ation Center without permission. The matter was turned over to the Byron po- lice officer. Oct. 24: Melissa Davila was arrested in Powell on an outstanding warrant and transported to the Big Horn County Deten- tion Center in Basin. 0 An elderly man was reported trapped in his vehicle after he drove into a fence near the canal road located outside of Cowley. Officers were able to assist the man and transported him by personal vehicle to North Big Horn Hospital with possible injuries. — 0 SAR crews assisted a family with “mo- tor troubles,” who were recreating on a boat near Horseshoe Bend. The boat was towed in safely with the help of rescue crews on the scene. Oct. 25: Robert James Johnston was ar- rested for DUI near the intersection of Highways 310 and 32 after being observed driving in a pattern that prompted reason- able suspicion that he may have been driv- ing under the influence. Oct. 26: A Byron resident reported return- ing home to find his house ransacked. The matter is under investigation.’ Note: The calls listed above were received by the Big Horn County Sheriffs Office. Per- sons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday a Mostly Cloudy Prepr Chance: 10% Preclp Chance: 5% 55/33 55/31 Friday Mostly Sunny Saturday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 10% 57/36 Sunday Monday Mostly Sunny Prepr Chance: 10% Preclp Chance: 5% 59/34 55/31 Partly Cloudy the following calls for the week of Oct. 20 26: Oct. 21: Police were alerted that about 20 children would be playing a game of “fugi- tive tag” near the high school. 0 A resident complained that a vehicle was taken from a residence Without per- mission. It was determined that it was a civil matter. 0 Police received a report that items were missing from a residence. Oct. 22: A man reported as “disheveled looking, with his pants halfway down,” was seen obstructing traffic. An officer located the man but he was not obstructing traffic flawed Wet cam-.24 dial/ammo «gyms dial/tween 8) 05% @ecamatahm clam-m-We-M Cale/6w 25mm? PmP/am'gct/gemw 0W8)de I D 164 E. Main - 307-548—7231 Oct. 23: Police responded to a call reporting a raccoon that appeared sick but were un- able to locate the animal. 0 A local bank reported that a resident at- tempted to cash a fraudulent check re- ceived as part of an online transaction. The matter is under investigation. Oct. 24: A toddler told his grandmother he saw a scary man at the front door. Police investigated but were unable to locate any- one near the home. Oct. 26: Vandals broke into the pump house in Constitution Park. Though there appeared to be no damage to the pump, the matter is under investigation. Ci/cu'l Wale new. efiptden Qatgo .‘Otfiabeflfli 61 29. . 00' Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook Thursday we will see mostly cloudy skies with a high temperature of 55", humidity of 41%. East southeast wind 6 mph. Expect mostly cloudy skies Thursday night with an overnight low of 33°. North northeast wind 6 mph. Friday, skies will be mostly sunny with a high temperature of 55°, humidity of 38%. West southwest wind 5 to 8 mph. Climate Almanac Normals for 10/29 to 11/2 Greybull image Fascia; ;. :2 74 Record 24hr. Precip. Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset I was: 136% Friday 1 p m. I swam. . .. “ . w... Themepglle-Wm x..'”‘~5a/gg v“ T‘ Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake Partly sunny Saturday. with highs in the upper 503. Mostty cloudy Saturday night, with lows in the upper 30s. Partly sunny Sunday, with highs in the upper SOs. . .i“?T'"".F"?"‘°"i Yellowstone National Park Mostly cloudy Saturday, with a ' 3'2“): v slight chance of rain and snow showers, highs in the low 405. Partly sunny Sunday, with a slight chance of rain and snow. Big Horn Mountains Partly sunny Saturday, with a chance of rain and snow showers, highs in the low 405. Partly sunny Sunday, with highs in the low 405. 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