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Thursday, Sept, 2, 2010 M Greybull Standard M 7 Police Report Recent Greybull Police Department activity: Aug. 23 --10:16 a.m.: An ac- cident at the Big Horn Co-op tire store was reported. A delivery driver, Paul Metzsch of Billings, acciden- tally ran into a pickup parked in the lot owned by Larry Mead. Damage exceeded $1,000. There were no injuries. 11:57 a.m.: Police investigated a re- port of a vehicle speeding on Eighth Avenue North. Aug. 24 -- 7:25 a.m.: A saw that had been found was turned into the department. After contacting the company that sold the saw, the po- lice were able to notify the owner, who came in to pick it up. 5:14 p.m.: Police received a 911 hangup from the 500 block of South Fifth Street. A young child had di- aled the number accidentally. Aug. 25 --9:10 a.m.: Police re- ceived a complaint about vehicles traveling at a high rate of speed on North Third Street. Extra patrols are planned in the neighborhood. 5:32 p.m.: An officer contacted a teen who had reportedly thrown a knife at a tree in the city park. The teen was advised that the trees are on town property and that he is not allowed to throw knives at them. An officer assisted ambulance crews in the 400 block of Sixth Avenue South, where an elderly woman needed to be transported to Midway Clinic. 6:52 p.m.: An officer spoke with a woman about parking her motor- bike on the dike near Fifth Avenue South. Aug. 26 --7:56 a.m.: While on patrol, an officer was flagged down by a woman who said that her son had stolen a scooter and tossed it in some bushes. After they found the scooter, the boy was required to take the scooter back to its owner and given a lecture on the conse- quences of stealing. 2 p.m.: Chris Lafollette, 20, of Greybull was arrested on four counts of domestic violence, stem- ming from incidents that allegedly occurred over a five-day period, and is ,currently being held, in, the Big Horn County Jail. 11 p.m.: A business owner on Sixth Street was contacted after he was observed sweeping the street. He was told that he needed to let the town's sweeper clean the streets. Aug. 27 --9:29 a.m.: A traffic accident in the parking lot of the Maverik Country Store was report- ed. According to the report, Brian Stulc, 27, backed his vehicle into a camper trailer belonging to Johnny Forrest, 65, who was parked at the fuel pumps. Damage was minor, likely under $1,000 total. 4:45 p.m.: Officers responded to a shoplifting incident at Pamida. Two men, ages 40 and 35, were criminally trespassed from the store. One, out on bond on a felony DWUI charge, was intoxicated. He admit- ted that he had been drinking. A report will be filed with the county attorney for bond revocation. Aug. 28 --3:37 a.m.: An anony- mous caller reported that there were people inside the Smokehouse drinking after hours. The investigat- ing officer found that not to be the case, and after visiting with the bar- tender who said she had locked up on time, he cleared the scene. 11:55 a.m.: An officer was called to the GMS Gym to investigate a fight between teenagers. The subjects stated that they were friends and that their wrestling and horse play had gone a little too far. Their par- ents were notified and the matter was resolved. 4:45 p.m.: Chance Hampton was arrested for driving under suspen- sion and a warrant out of Washakie County. 8:40 p.m.: An officer assisted a sheriff's deputy with a domestic on Road 26. Aug. 29 -- 1:54 a.m.: An officer assisted police in Basin, where there was a fight in the city park. 7:53 p.m.: A woman in the 600 block of North Fifth Street reported that someone had sprinkled herbi- cide on her flowers and yard. The case is under investigation. Land Transfers Sheriff's Re )ort Circuit Court Recent Big_ Horn County Sheriff's Office activity: Aug. 23 -- Deputies investigated a report of a suspicious person at the Greybull rest area. The man, who may have been hitchhiking, had a Wisconsin driver's license and no warrants. Leasha Gordon, 20, was arrested and charged with larceny. An ambulance was requested at 2477 1/2 Beaver Creek Road. Three deputies also responded to the call for help. A deputy investigated a report of people climbing in and out of train cars parked near Manderson. All train cars were searched and found to be empty with no one in the area: Aug. 24 -- A juvenile problem was investigated in Burlington. A youth was charged with assault and battery on a household member. The case is ongoing. A welfare check was requested on a Shell Valley resident who was found to have no problems. Johnson County sheriff's office re- quested information about people who were involved with 4-wheeler thefts at Deer Haven Resort. Two black calves were out at 111 Highway 30. The Wyoming Highway Patrol took care of the call. Aug. 25 -- A tractor trailer and an SUV were reportedly involved in an accident on Highway 310. Dallas Cranford, 50, was arrested and charged with driving under sus- pension and held on an outstanding Montana warrant. A deer reportedly ran into the side of a pickup on Highway 30 near mile marker 108. A Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately, REDDI, report was logged on the driver of a vehicle swerving across lanes and travel- ing northbound on U.S. Highway 20. Basin police stopped the vehicle and found no alcohol use. Several cows and calves were out on Highway 30 near Otto. Aug. 26  A woman allegedly re- ceived harassing phone calls from an ex-boyfriend. Vandalism was reported at 1066 U.S. Highway 14/16/20. Two tires on a barley truck were cut and a trap in the truck was opened al- lowing some grain to drain on the ground. A 19-year-old male reportedly fell off a roof at Trapper Creek Lodge and was knocked unconscious. .Aug. 27 --A suspicious incident was reported on Golf Course Road when a man approached a hom- eowner about purchasing asphalt. The salesman was determined to be legitimate. A driver reported she lost a li- cense plate somewhere between Burlington, Powell and Greybull. A Manderson resident reported smole coming from behind Cloud Peak Middle School. A controlled burn was reported by a rancher in that area who was burning barley stubble. A female mountain bike enthusiast took a wrong turn on a trail from Bucking Mule Falls and holed up for the night in the woods until Search & Rescue members could locate her. Aug. 28 --A man was charged with breach of peace after wielding a firearm during a party. Chance Hampton, 21, was arrested for failing to pay fines and charged with driving under suspension. A deputy performed a check of property at 870 U.S. Highway 14 at 1:49 a.m. A trolling motor was reported miss- ing at Meadowlark Lake. Aug. 29 --A deputy assisted the Greybull police with a K-9 search of vehicle near the rest area. No illegal drugs were discovered. A maroon car was reportedly passing in a no-passing zone on U.S. 14/16/20 traveling toward Cody. Deputies were unable to locate the driver. A deputy stopped to assist the driver of a white pickup pulling a horse trail. The driver had flat tires but help was on the way. A fire was reported in a stretch of creek bottom about one-mile long. The blaze was a controlled burn called in by the rancher. proof to the court of completion. He was sentenced to six months of unsupervised probation. Andrea Mullen, Greybull, forfeited $110 for a stop sign violation. Laura Barsigian, College Park, Md., entered a no contest plea to an amended charge from speeding to that of a cracked windshield. Defendant completed online traffic school and paid bond of $120 plus $75 attorney fees. James Higgs, Greybull, forfeited $60 for MIP-tobacco A charge of cruelty to an animal against Cesar Sosa of Greybull was dismissed at the request of the town. Dale Wright, Greybull, entered a not guilty plea to DWUI. A trial date will be set. . Corrina Brown, Greybull, forfeited $110 for dog running at large. Recent court fines and sen- tences handed down in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court: Christopher Bradshaw, Grand Junction, Colo., speeding 77/65, $60 Kimberly Good, Greybull, driving under suspension, $400 Cristy Danford, Toledo, Ohio, speed- ing 75/65, $70 James Fox, Jamesville, Wis., speed- ing 84165, $97 Melissa Braten, Burlington, vi: cious dog, $100 and vicious dog, $140/540 suspended Joshua Meeks, Puyallup, Wash., speeding 80/65, $85 Saboor Khan, Rochester, Min., speeding 83/65, $94 Charles Thompson, Clackamas, Ore., speeding 87165, $98 Joshua Martinez, Big Lake, Min., speeding 83165, $94 Je Tak, Hamilton, Massachusettes, speeding 75/65, $70 Leslie Nistic0, Cody, speeding 70/65, $15 Brenten Maddigan, Hudson, Wis., speeding 79/65, $82 Paul Swift, Mandeville, La., speeding in construction zone 61/45, $154 Brian Morency, 28, Basin, failing to carry and exhibit driver's license on demand, $60 Antonio Remedio, Arlington, Va., speeding 78/65, $79 Michael Hall, Chicago, II1., speeding 77165, $76 Antonio Grieco, Cheyenne, speed- ing 75/65, $70 Erik Rafter, Cohoes, N.Y., speeding 76/65, $73 Shawn Duffy-Feller, Greybull, speed- ing 78165, $79 Jeff King, Belgrade, Mont., fishing without a license, $228 Abel Garcia, Phoenix, Ariz., speed- ing 76/65, $372 Raymond Teigen, Greenwood City, Wis., speeding 82/65, $101 Nicholas Pahl, Oakland Park, Fla., speeding 78/65, $79 Laura Shipley, Laramie, speeding 82/65, $99 William Flynn, West Chester, Ohio, speeding 84/65, $97 Franklin Hinckley, Cowley, no valid driver's license, $120 Michelle Jackson, Oceanside, Calif., speeding 76/65, $73 Robert O'hara, Black Hawk, S.D., speeding 86/65, $113 Benjamin Anson, Basin, speeding in superintendent's zone 54/45, $60 James Ingram, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 77/65, $76 Travis Harrison, no driver's seat belt, $25 Daniel Feketi, Cody, speeding in superintendent's zone 59/50, $60 Adam Ochsel Greybull, driving un- Municipal Court Recent court fines, sentenc- es handed down and bonds forfeited in the Greybull Municipal Court: William Harrison, Cataula, Ga., for- feited $94 for speeding, 41130: ylee McGee, 'Gillette, forfeiied / 106 for speeding, 44130. Harvey Leon, S. Williamsport, Pa., forfeited $112 for speeding, 43130. Handong Tu, Maple Grove, Ma., for- feited $100 for passing in no pass- ing zone. Adrian Swindells, Grants Pass, Ore., forfeited $106 for speeding, 44130. Richard Kice, Cresco, Pa., forfeited $102 for speeding, 43130. Timothy Votava, Peshtigo, Wis., for- feited $I 02 for speeding, 42130. Zachery Norris, Greybull, forfeited $I 10 for dog running at large. Jacob Bassett, Lovell, entered a plea change to no contest to a charge of failure to appear and was fined $260. Ronald McCloud, Fishtail, Mont., appeared with his attorney for sen- tencing on a DWUI, second offense charge. He was fined $760 and $ I00 victim's compensation. He was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail with 23 days suspended, credit given for three days served and four days remaining to serve by Aug. 25, 2010. He was ordered to attend an eight-hour DWUI class and provide der suspension, $410 Wan Diquette, Kirkland, speeding 75165, $70 Donald Boyd, Powell, no driver's seat belt, $25 Jerold Preis, Burlington, no driver's seat belt, $25 Dallas Cranford, Worden, Mont., driving under suspension, $410 and no insurance, $420 Christopher LaFollette of Greybull was found guilty of battery on a household member and sentenced to 180 days in jail1150 suspend- ed, six months probation, fined 575015250 suspended plus $190 court costs. Dionne Silver, Springfield, Va., speeding 78165, $79 Recent warranty deeds and quitclaim deeds recorded in the office of the Big Horn County Clerk: Leon A. Johnson and Bonnie J. Kelly to Bruce R. Wiley; Greybull Second Addition Block C Lot 9, I 0 DNA Cattle Company fka Wheelers Market, Inc., President Ann L. Brundage to Craig A. Jones and Leslie L. Jones; Basin Original Town Block 36 Lot 2, 3 Betty D. Jones to Jay L. Durtsche; Basin Larchick Subdivision Block I Lot 18 Successor Trustee Naomi E. Fritz, Successor Trustee Bruce D. Fritz, Charles Fritz Revocable Trust dated January 15, 1997 to Trustee Bruce D. Fritz, Charles Fritz Revocable Trust dated the 17 th day of August, 2010; T49N R92W NEdSW4 Sec. 28 (Part), T49N R92W NEdSWd, NWdSWd, SEdSWd, SWdSW4 Sec. 29, Lot 45, 42B, 43H, 47K, 47L, 47M, 48E (Part) Zachery Norris and Jessica Bowles to Thomas A. Goton and Judi M. Goton; Greybull Third Addition Block I Lot I Powell Valley Healthcare welcomes General Sur eon .... g , ,i ;NathanielM. 00eb, M0000.002117 >\> Wyoming native from Chugwater >\> University of Wyoming graduate >\> Completed medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine >\> Completed residency at Basset Healthcare in Cooperstown, New York Dr. Nathaniel Rieb begins his practice September 1 Powel[ Valley Healthcare For appointments, please call 307-754-7257 or toll-free at 888-284-9308 Compassionate Quality Care www.pvhc.org  Lunch Hours: 417 S. 2nd, Greybuli a i  Monday - Friday &'H[". II _11". I ilL - co.y o., t..h ....... .obOe b ..... Suggested donat,on IIFJI P166 a dP'   n :oo - t :OO p.m. is S3 per meal. Sou-th Big ltorn Senior Citizens ZOIO New to Parenting? Your infant needs at least one developmental screening before the age of two. Call Children's Resource Center today, all developmental services are free, regardless of income. ...... 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