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6 • GreybullStandard • Thursday, Sept, 16,2010 00aries [', un Faye Jordan Tolman Police Report Dec. 24,1942 - Sept. 1, 2010 Funeral services for Faye Jordan Tolman of Billings were held Sept. 7 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Burlington. Faye, 67, died Sept. 1 at the Advanced Care Hospital in Billings. Faye was born Dec. 24, 1942, in Lovell, the daughter of C. Virgil and Bertha Jones Jordan. Faye attended schools in Worland and Greybull and graduated from Greybull High School. As a child Faye loved camping and spending time in the Big Horn Mountains and she had many memo- ries of spending time at the family cabin with her parents, siblings, and later on with her husband and their children. Faye married James Russell Tolman of Otto in the Idaho Falls Temple on Feb. 16, 1971. Her life revolved around being a wife, mother and homemaker. A won- derful seamstress, she made "quillows" for all of her children, grandchildren and other family members. She also enjoyed sewing quilt tops, hand quilting and crocheting. She had a huge collection of stuffed bears and treasured them all. • She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in various callings throughout her life.• Even when beset with various illness and infirmities that caused her great difficulties with walking, she kept busy with sewing. She was preceded in death by her son Gary on April 19, 2005, her father Virgil Jordan on Oct. 11, 2009, and her mother Bertha Jordan on Nov. 17, 2009. She is survived by her husband James of Billings; her chil- dren and their spouses, Lori and Cy Hernandez of Montrose, Colo., Timothy and Donna Tolman of Worland, Anthony and Michelle Tolman of Surprise, Ariz., Sherri Tolman of Prescott Valle Ariz., and Russell and Melanie Tolman of Billings; her brother and sister-in-law, Larry and Judy Jordan of Greybull; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Maria and Dave Jordan of Riverton and Amy and Robert Peterson of Greybull, and 12 grandchildren. Burial was in the Otto Cemetery. Land Transfers Municipal Court Lovell man sentenced to prison for cocaine sale by brenda tenboer miliar enough with Whiting's Frank Whiting of Lovell will spend the next two to four years in prison after entering a guilty plea to selling one gTa4_ of cocaine in a drug-flee scioo. ! zone. As part of a plea bargain, Whiting admitted to selling the cocaine to a confidential infor- mant on May 27. In exchange for the 'guilty' plea, two ad- ditional felony charges were dismissed. The crime is punishable by a maximum of 10 years in prison, a $10,000 fine or both. Whiting also could have re- ceived an enhanced penalty of an additional two years and a $5,000 fine for selling illegal drugs near a school. District Court Judge Robert Skar also ordered Whiting to pay $300 in restitution, $400 in public defender's fees, $150 to the victim's compensation fund and $10 court costs. A post-sentence investiga- tion was requested in lieu of the pre-sentence investigation routinely ordered by the court. A post-sentence investiga- tion could allow Whiting to be transported to the penitentiary and begin serving his sentence quicker. Big Horn County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Kim Mickelson told Skar she is fa- criminal history to make the recommendation. • Riccardarae Wilson 41, of Lovell entered a 'not guilty' plea to three counts of distribu- tion of a controlled substance. Ms. Wilson is alleged to have sold the prescription drug hy- drocodone to a confidential informant in Lovell between April 26 and April 29. Wilson is free after a post- ing a $30,000 surety bond, and as part of an agreement with a bail bondsman she must wear an electronic ankle bracelet to monitor her whereabouts. Defense attorney Travis Smith asked Skar to revise a court order to allow the ankle monitor to be removed due to health reasons. Skar agreed to lift court requirements but said one bail company often includes the ankle monitor in its bond agreement with cli- ents. A two-day jury trial will be set in the matter. The maximum sentence allowed is 10 years in the Wyoming Women's Center in Lusk, a $10,000 fine or both on each count. • Nicholas McMartin en- tered a 'not guilty' plea to one count of possession with intent to deliver marijuana. A pre- sentence investigation was or- dered and a one-day trial will be set. Recent Greybull Police Department activity: Sept. 6 -- 1:48 a.m.: An officer assisted a sheriff's deputy with a K- 9 training at the high school foot- ball field. Sept. 7 --8:14 a.m.: A break-in at .the Greybull Family Clinic on Greybull Avenue was reported. The burglary occurred sometime dur- ing the Labor Day weekend -- be- tween 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 3 and 8 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7. The burglars forced entry through the back door and made off with $ 28 in cash and some medications. The case is un- der investigation. 2:20 p.m.: Police cited a man for disturbing the peace in the 300 block of First Avenue South. 3:32 p.m.: Police received a traffic complaint about a two-tone house trailer traveling between Greybull and Basin with the drain tank open. The trailer's fresh water tank valve was not completely shut. Sept. 8 --4:59 p.m.: A break-in at the Morency taxidermist shop on Greybull Avenue was reported. Nothing was taken, but the break- in --and an attempted one next door at the Diss and Datt store --remains under investigation. 3 p.m.: A man reported the theft of his son's bicycle, which was taken from the high school football field on Friday, Sept. 3. Sept. 9-- 8:46 a.m.:An officer as- sisted ambulance crews in the 400 block of Seventh Avenue South. Sept. 10 -- 11:39 a.m.: An officer spoke with a homeowner in the 500 block of South Fourth Street about the accumulation of garbage and debris behind his house. Sept. 11 -- 11:15 a.m.: An offi- cer investigated a traffic complaint involving a silver mini van travel- ing northbound from Basin toward Greybull. A warning was issued to the driver, who had made an at- tempt to pass a vehicle, but pulled back into her lane because of on- coming traffic. Sept, 12 -- 2:29 a.m.: An officer assisted ambulance crews in the 500 block of Second Avenue North, where a man was having a diabetic incident. They were able to get him to ingest some sugar. 7:54 p.m.: A noise complaint in the area of Eighth Avenue South was received. The stereo was turned off as the officer was arriving and the source could not be determined. 3:35 p.m.: Police received a report of a rattlesnake under the Big Horn River bridge. 9:28 p.m.: William Howard Broeker, 53, was arrested for disturbing the peace after he allegedly caused a disturbance at the K-Bar Motel. Circuit Court heriff's Re )era Recent Big Horn County Sheriff's Office activity: Sept. 7 -- A grass fire was report- Powell Valley Healthcare welcomes General Surgeon Climate Almanac Normals for 09/16 to 09/20 Nathaniel Ms Rieb, MsD. 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A dove hunter was reportedly shoot- ing from the roadway on Road 15. Deputies contacted the man and instructed him to move away from the road. A glass door at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church between Greybull and Basin was reportedly damaged when it was hit by an unidentified projectile, possibly a rock. Sept. 9 --A Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately, REDDI, report was logged on the driver of a green "18-wheeler" traveling toward Basin. Deputies were unable to lo- cate the vehicle. A Manderson man reported some- one applied for and used a credit card in his name while he was in- carcerated. A deer was reportedly struck and killed by a car on Lane 43. A report of trespassing was logged from a residence at 1420 Lane 43, but it was determined at least one of the persons had permission to be there. A REDDI report was logged on the driver of a green Dodge truck but a deputy was unable to locate the suspect. Sept. 10 -- A motorist with elec- trical problems was stranded on the hill near the Greybull airport. A deputy stopped to check on the problem and was told help was al- ready on the way. Two young men were reportedly pretending to pull a rope up across the highway so that vehicles would stop near mile marker 181 on U.S. Highway 20 south. Two vehicles were parked on the shoulder of the road on Underzuber Hill with hazard lights flashing. One vehicle had a flat tire and the other driver stopped to assist. A car versus cow accident was re- ported on U.S. Highway 14 at mile marker 19 causing some road block- age at the mouth of Shell Canyon. A tow truck was called. Deputies performed a civil standby on Lane 53. A white Sheltie was reportedly missing from 985 U.S. Highway 20. An ambulance was requested at Burlington for a patient suffering an allergic reaction to a bee sting. The woman was not transported to a hospital. Sept. 11 -- An outfitter on Fossil Ridge discovered an abandoned pickup parked at Crooked Creek. Deputies contacted several agen- cies before tracing the registered owner to Buffalo. He said the truck became stuck in the mud so he took his bow and went to get help. Sept. 12 --A woman called to ar- range a civil standby to exchange children for visitation. A night watchman for a construc- tion company reported a vehicle with Alaska license plates struck a guardrail in the construction area west of Greybull. Recent court fines, sentenc- es handed down and bonds forfeited in the Greybull Municipal Court: Arjun Bapai, Alabama, Calif., for- feited $I 18 for speeding, 47130. Conan Nelson, Basin, forfeited $I 10 for failure to stop at a stop sign. Jerry Nicholson, Burlington, forfeit- ed $60 for expired registration. William Broeker, Florissant, Me., pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace and was fined $110. Nakita Anderson, Greybull, entered a plea change to no contest to a disturbing the peace charge and was fined $110. Kasey Perkins, Greybull, pleaded guilty to expired registration and no valid insurance. He was fined $60 on the registration and $610 on the no insurance. He was also ordered to surrender his license plates and registration to the county treasur- er's office. A vandalism charge against Cody Saenz of Greybull was dismissed with prejudice at the request of the town. Carrie Scheller, Minneapolis, forfeit- ed 106 for speeding, 44130. Adam Ochse, Greybull, pleaded not guilty to DWUI, third offense, and DWUS, second offense. A trial date will be set. speeding 78165, $89 Gerolome Lambert, Columbia, Ohio, speeding 78165, $89 Nathan Jones, Freemont, Calif., speeding 76165, $73 William Melhorn, Red Deer, Alberta, speeding 76165, $73 Megan Foote, Basin, speeding 84165, $97 Jason Bishop, Ann Arbor, Mich., speeding 74165, $67 James Haupt, Deadwood, S.D., speeding 75165, $70 Jason Steffen, Denver, speeding 78165, $79 Recent warranty deeds and quitclaim deeds recorded in the office of the Big Horn County Clerk: Thomas N. Soodsma to Casey Thomas Greer and Katherine Adams Greer; Hyattville Wickwire Block 5 Lot 6 John D. Chestnut and Lisa D. Chestnut to Hal M. Hale and Frances H. Hale; Basin Land Company Addition Block 3 Lot I, Lot 2 (N2) Scott G. Paris to Tyler Scott Paris, Michael Jones Paris, Jeffrey Graham Paris and Christopher Herb Paris; 123 Recreation Residence Sitting Bull Summer Home Group, Lot F Ten Sleep Ranger District, Big Horn County, Wyoming Citimortgage, Inc., Vice President Kim Krakoviak to Federal National Mortgage Association; 6reybull Third Addition Block 13 Lot 6 Divorces Recent divorces granted in the Fifth Judicial District Court: Debra Lynn Getzfreid vs. Raymond Eugene Getzfreid Marriage Licenses Recent marriage licenses is- sued in Big Horn County: Ryan David Heidekrueger and Nic01e Catherine Heineman, both of Basin Recent court fines and sen- District Court tences handed down in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court: Recent activity in Fifth Mareline Pacheco of Bridger, Mont., Judicial District Court: found guilty of driving under the Collection Suits Filed influence of alcohol and sentenced Collectioncenter Wyoming vs. to 10 days in jail with six days sus- William Vanlake and Loft Vanlake pended and credit given for four days served, six months probation, Rocky Mountain Recovery, Inc., a fined $450 plus $180 court costs; Wyoming Corporation vs. Dustin also, no valid driver's license, $I I 0 Thomas Olson Gerold Ellis, Worland, speeding Judgments Granted 80165, $85 Woodward Tractor & Rental, Inc., a Wyoming corporation vs. Thomas Nuzzo, Chicago, III., speed- John B. Legg and Elena D. Legg ing 74165, $67 ($13,000.00) Jennifer Kuo, Dearwood, Md., speeding 81165, $88 CollectioncenterWyoming vs. Dawn R. Allen ($13,663.50) Brian Woods, Pleasanton, Calif., speeding 79165, $92 Collectioncenter Wyoming vs. Tony Ray Moorehead and Kim Danar Lambert, Columbia, Ohio, Moorehead($7,593.40) Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday A mix of sunshine and clouds 83 / 48 Saturday Increasing sunshine, comfortable 72 / 46 The weather will be a mixed bag for the end of the week and start of the weekend. Expect sunshine and clouds, with a chance of afternoon scattered showers, especially on Friday afternoon. Sunshine will become the dominant weather feature for Saturday and Sunday, with comfortable temperatures in the 70s. Lovell Greybull mge  72 t 40 ,a, Hl%w 73143 Record High/Low 94 in 1959, 20 in 1983 Record High/Low 95 in 2000, 27 in 2003 0,2" Record 24hr. Precip. 0.94" in 1996 Record 24hr. 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