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THE !i : POLICE REPORT MONDAY, January 13, 1997 Chief Burns • 8:19 a.m. - written warning to juvenile female by Steer Inn for smoking. • 12:05 p.m. - traffic on Hwy. 33 at ,Jalopy's, written warning to Gregory Dean DeWald of Cush- ing for speeding 65 mph in 55 mph zone. • 12:18 p.m. - City Hall reported a reckless driver on SW 3rd. Gone on arrival. Followed pos- sible suspect around but driving OK. °1:30 p.m. - at office with a mother upset about son's at- tacker who was walking around within hours of the attack (ref. fight at scho Friday), appar- ently without concern that he had hurt a boy. Officer Ottaway *4:45 p.m. - report of accident, vehicle in ditch at Lovers Lane & Kirk. Confirmed, Woman and three small children, no injuries. Called for wrecker and then transported all to home in Perkins. All OK. °5:45 to 7:30 p.m. - traffic court at City Hall. • 10:15 p.m. - with Reserve Of- ricer Winters to meet with Of- ricer Keylon for ride-along to- night. • 7:45 to 10:40 p.m. - almost steady stream of individuals at PD requesting information and reporting various details. TUESDAY, January 14, 1997 Burns • 7:52 a.m. - traffic control at Hwy. 33 and Sadler Rd., verbal warning to Mr. Powell for driv- ing on shoulder. • 2:00 p.m. - at office with sub- ject discussing domestic court order filed this past weekend. Lt. Beard • 3i15 p.m. - talked with indi- vkhml to attempt to get one of the suspects in case to PD. *3:47 p.m. - traffic citation to Allen Patterson of Guthrie for driving under suspicion. Made subject park vehicle, grand- mother came after him. Vehicle left on Hwy. 33. *6:06 p.m. - call from Payne County Sheriff's Office (PESO) to contact person in Stillwater. Called and talked to lady who wanted to know if you needed a gun license to carry gun in car. Advised her no, but not to be loaded while vehicle moving. • 6:06 p.m. - report from motor- ist of cow out by Barta Dairy Farm. Called Mrs. Barta and advised. • 6:35 p.m. - at PD talking with individual re incident that oc- curred at Mac's on Christmas Day. Also talked with another lady advising me where one of the stop signs was located that was taken from Crozier & Sharp. Was where o.ffice suspected. Gave info to Officer Ottaway. • 7:50 p.m. - made contact with subject's mother re theft of gun last Friday night on Sharp St., was a .45 caliber gun. Mother is to call officer back with informa- tion as to whereabouts of gun. I advised her I need to talk with her son also, he was not there at this time. *8:40 p.m. - continuing investi- gation of case, very little coop- eration from other parents - fail to call and talk with officers about the matter. WEDNESDAY, January 15, 1997 AL-THURSDAY, Ottaway • 2:40 a.m. - found vehicle parked at Whistle Stop #2, two males checked. Said they were looking • for a phone. Advised west side of building. They left headed west. Ran check, came back clean. • 3:15 a.m. - beginning to sleet/ light mist. o4:05 a.m. - beginning to snow. Call from Peso to see Officer Keylon at residence. Arrived, all OK. • 4:18 a.m. - guided vehicle north on Main to Hwy. 33, driver was worriedhbout ditch. Road is cov- ered. Checked Hwy. 33, same condition. Roads very slick. • 6:30 a.m. - at PD updating logs, entering tickets on computer. Snow stopped, about 3" accumu- lation. Burns • 10:28 a.m. - call of red pickup pulling sled on SW 3rd. Found, advised to stop. They will go to park and slide down hill. • 12:06 p.m. - Peso advised of kids age 10 and 3 sliding on top of house roof at 3rd and Kirk and they were left alone. Arrived at 12:09, kids were down and high school age sister was advised. She will take care of them. • 12:43 p.m. - car in ditch at Lov- ers Lane and Kirk, they have a tow rope coming. Beard *3:54 p.m, - cite Cathy Heine for 57 mph in 45 mph school zone. • 4:03 p.m. - written warning to S.K. Neal for 65 mph in 55 mph zone. • 5:53 p.m. - written warning to Leigh Horlacker for 55 mph in 45 mph zone. • 6:09 p.m. - written warning to Donna Hanson for 65 mph in 45 mph zone. • 6:15 p.m. - call from residence on Stansbury re harassment, civil matter, no action taken. • 6:45 p.m. - call from residence on Sharp St. re harassment. Is civil matter. • 7:25 p.m. - talked with resident on Sharp St. re harassment, ad- vised her is all civil at this time. No action taken. • 8:45 p.m. - talked with lady in Stillwater re her son on case, mother supposed to bring son to PD on Tuesday between 3:00 and 5:00. • 9:30 p.m. - visited with victim of case and his daughter get more info. Ottaway • 11:40 p.m. - on patrol, very cold with side streets hazardous with ice. Main roads OK so far. THURSDAY, January 16, 1997 Beard .4:25 p.m. - unit I is down, pos- sible solenoid on starter. Picked up unit 2 from Keylon residence, talked to 66 station to see if they could work on unit I tomorrow. .4:55 p.m. - talked to Lyle Youngker about towing unit 1. V rfll confer with Chief Burns to- morrow as to where to take for repairs. p.m. - written warning to Carl Vinyard for 45 mph in 35 mph. • 10:10 p.m. - called Town Clerk refwater leak at 424 NW 1st. He advised he would handle. FRIDAY, JanuarY 17, 1997 Keylon • 3:43 a.m. - call from Peso of suspicious person at 4th St. Apts., was Tim Ventris walking around. Burns • 8:50 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. - to OKC for OACP meeting. • 3:55 p.m. - written warning to Melanie McClure of Stillwater for speeding in school zone. Keylon • 7:15 p.m. - follow-up on cases. • 7:42 p.m. - traffic control at SE 4th & Knipe, 2 citations to ntine's Day Will Be Here v JBefore You Know It! v V FLOWERS & GIFTS 137 SOUTH MAIN PERKINS 547-5700 Free Local Delivery Handmade Candies, crafts & gifts We are a full service florletl 9 Cut 9 9 Flowers (If Paid By 1/31/97) Wlth Thts Coupon Expires 1/31/97 V ]ANUARY 23, 1997 Teresa Baird of Stillwater for disobeying a stop sign and fail- ure to provide proof of insurance. SATURDAY, January 18, 1997 Keylon • 12:35 a.m. - verbal warning to juvenile driver of Tulsa for de- fective vehicle (headlight). Beard • 7:55 a.m. - citation to Ben Tooley for 54 mph in 35 mph zone. • 8:05 a.m. - verbal warning to Bryce Fowles for 55 mph in 45 mph zone. 0 • 9:20 a.m. - citation to Mike Atha for 71 mph in 55 ml h zone. • 10:27 a.m. - took theft report at 117 Cross. • 10:42 a.m - took theft report at 702 Sharp. *2:14 p.m. - citation to Eric Fleak for expired inspection sticker. o3:15 p.m. - call from PCSO wanting info on accident on Mon- day at Lovers Lane and Free- man. Ottaway • 5:02 p.m. - call from Peso ref runaway female juvenile, no re- port taken, info only. • 5:06 p.m. - call from 112-1/2 SW 1st, juveniles banging on door and then running. Will monitor. o6:20 p.m. - visit with family ref daughter, was to be with friends but now believe she is with run- away juvenile and stolen car. Will attempt to locate. • 7:26 p.m. - report of juveniles behind co-op and area. Checked, gone on arrival. Will monitor. • 8:40 p.m. - report of juveniles disturbing residents on SE 3rd. Checked, gone on arrival. • 9:05 p.m. - report of juveniles disturbing residents on SE 4th. Checked, gone on arrival. Will monitor. • 9:10 p.m. - checking area around co-op, juveniles seen be- hind buildings, believe they are going to residence on South Main. Gone on arrival. • 10:05 p.m. - visit with Iowa Tribe officer ref stolen vehicle and missing/runaway female ju- veniles. Got more information on stolen vehicle, out of Tryon. Have name and tag number. Will check area. SUNDAY, JanUary 19, 1997 Ottaway -12:35 a.m. - call from PCSO of domestic disturbance on E. Hert. Both parties upset, separated and had one leave. Escorted to Main St., will check later. ' -1:03 a.m. - call from Peso to be on look-out for 84 Buick, brown, being driven by 15 year old boy. Joy riding, not listed as stolen. If found, contact Peso. -1:05 a.m. - with Iowa Tribe of- ricer at PD, needs assistance opening vehicle at Whistle Stop #2, not electric locks. Opened, all OK. Reserve Officer Maxwell .9:50 a.m. - unknown maroon & silver pickup parked near front door stop area of new gym. Checked tag, was Mr. Miller working. • 11:56 a.m. - at 102 S. Timber- line, lady wanted skunk re- moved from yard. Skunk last seen headed east into country. Also went to 101 S. Timberline to advise owner of same. *1:45 p.m. - stopped by driver who advised kids may be throw- ing snowballs at cars on Hwy. 33 near new gym. • 1:50 p.m. - with four kids hid- ing in area, put oldest one in charge and sent them home. • 1:54 p.m. - with female subject ref. missing girls. I advised no info, will have Officer Ottaway visit with her later. • 2:02 p.m. - owner at 119 Cro- zier advised water running at rear of vacant house at 801 Sharp, turned off same. • 3:51 p.m. - traffic control for car fire at 721 E. 7th. Ottaway • 10:30 a.m. - call ref indigent person needing transport by bus, could not help. • 5:25 p.m. - radar check on Hwy. 33, negative contact. • 6:55 p.m. - call from Peso, check area around 109 Crozier for pessible juveniles causing problems. Checked, gone on ar- rival. • 7:00 p.m. - at residence on Sharp St. refrunawayjuveniles. Information that all were on way home. Will check later. • 7:35 p.m. - checked area of do- mestic last night, all appears OK. Back together. • 11:45 p.m. - call from PCSO of domestic dispute or problems on Hwy. 33, 2 miles east. Cover for deputy. Iowa Tribe officer backed. Gone on arrival, talked to residents. Will monitor situa- tion. FIRE REPORT SATURDAY, January 18, 1997 • 3:45 p.m. - back end of car on 7th between French and Kenworthy. An Affair of the Heart scheduled for Feb. 7-9 An Affair of the Heart, an exhi- bition of antique and homespun accessories, is scheduled for Feb. 7-9 at the State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City. Some 800 exhibitors from 80 Oklahoma communities and 25 other states will display their wares in seven fairground build- ings - Modern Living, Travel and Transportation, Hobbies, Arts and Crafts, International Trade Center, Made in Oklahoma, Kitchens of America and Car- riage Hall. Exhibitors from Perkins include Patty and Gerry Johnson of PJ's Sew-N-Stuff. The show opens at 9:00 a.m., Friday, Feb. 7 and Saturday, Feb. 8. Opening time on Sunday, Feb. 9 is 11:00 a.m. Closing time is 6:00 p.m. all three days. Items for exhibition and sale will include quilts, antique fur- niture, baskets, dried flower ar- rangements, stenciling, wooden and painted folk art, antique toys and dolls, stoneware, coun- try clothing, woodburning, pen and ink, watercolors, punched tin, and many others. ,An Affair of the Heart, which has become a favorite attraction in the Southwest. be,ins its 13th year of operation with the Feb- ruary 1997 show. 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