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i0-THE PERKINS ]OURNAL, Thursday, May I, 2003 the Perkins by Chief Robert Williams I want to begin this week by saying flutt although things are getting busier, it is just a sign of Je time and the beginning of summer. ,,, We have four full time officers, who I will begin introducing throughout the next few weeks. :" I also will introduce ommunity of their time, the the newest is Mike Munday. I Bill Lott at city hall, 547- Police logs Officer Steve Hensley • 5:38 p.m. - report of kids playing in roadway on Payne Street. • 6:38 p.m,- report of loud music at 115 Payne Street. • 6:54 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal warning. -',7:55 p.m. - report of bull with head uck in fence on Freeman Street. - :8:25 p.m.- traffic stop at Seventh and Kirk, citation issued. Officer Tom Hankins • t0:06 p,m.- traffic stop at SH 33 and adler Road, verbal warning. :>:05 a.m.- traffic stop at SH 33 and I.bvers Lane, citation issued. J5:40 a.m. - dog complaint at Sixth and Kirk; none found. '5:45 a.m. - dog complaint at Second and E. Knipe and Second andW. Knipe; rmne found. • 5:53 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Id,S 177, citation issued. 7:48 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and I,ne, verbal warning. ,:02 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and ayne, verbal warning. '!0 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Pogue, verbal warning. • 'I 1:50 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and ,Poc, gue, arrested subject for driving under suspension. ;6:05 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, citation issued. Hansky 9:38 a.m.- report of cows on roadway at River Road and Fairgrounds Road. • )0:48 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal warning. • 1 1:1 5 a.m. - report of larceny of public utilities at 316 E. Kenworthy; negative contact. • ! 1:29 a.m.- attemptad to serve warrant • 2:26 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, written warning for defective equipment. • 3:12 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, verbal warning for speed. • 4:37 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, verbal warnings for left of center and right of roadway, cited for expired driver's license. • 5:29 p.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and E. Industrial, verbal warning. • 8:25 p.m. - report of cattle out 1/4 mile north of Sonic; gone upon arrival. • 10 p.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and cemetery, citation issued. • 11:07 p.m.- traffic stop at Freeman and N.W. Third, verbal warning. Sunday,/€,r. 27 Hansley • 12:08 a.m.-traffic stop at N. Main and SH 33, written warning. • 12:21 a.m.- traffic stop atW.Knipe and cemetery, verbal warning. • 3:59 a.m.- assisted Stillwater EMS with ambulance call to 215 N.W. Third. • 8:15 p.m. - citizen reported that Walter Pool hit a barricade at N.E. Third and Hert. Spoke to Mr. Pool at Piney River and issued citation. • 9:04 p.m.- issued five citations to driver of suspicious vehicle at ammonia tanks. • 11:41 p,m.- traffic stop atW. Knipe and E. Industrial, verbal warning. • 11:54 p.m.- checked out report of suspicious vehicle on E. Knipe. Hankins • 7:52 a,m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal warning. • 10:12 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Pogue, citation issued. • 10:40 a.m.- traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, verbal warning. • 2:52 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal warning. • 3:19 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and at 112 Sasser Court; rlltVQ llt': ";" 9: • 11:37 a.m.- attemptad to serve warrant at400 W. Knipe, #4; negative contact. • t:56 p.m.- traffic stop at casino on Feeman, verbal warning. • t2 p.m.- report of person having heart .pc0ems at US 177 and SH 33; nega- tive contact. • 4:07 p.m. - traffic stop at Cross and Sharp, two citations issued. • 4:53 p.m.- assisted resident on Crozier Street who had fallen. • :12 p.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and SI'W. Third, verbal warning. • $:21 p.m.-traffic stop atW. Knipe and metery, citation issued. • $:34 p.m.- traffic stop at W. Knipe and E Industrial, citation and verbal warn- ing issued. • ,$:57 p.m.- assisted with traffic stop at S 33 and Twin Lakes. Officer Scott Stmpes • i 1:08 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, citation issued for speed (8/45) and warning issued for no d!ivar's license in possession. Offk=or J=my Ronspz • 7:15 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and P0gue, verbal warning for speed. • :53 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and PWne, verbal warning for speed. • 8:17 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Tvin Lakes, citation issued for speed. •  :48 a.m. -male subject walking west oh SH 33; transported to 323 N.W. Third. and Stumbo. • 11:24 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and N. Main, verbal warning. Officer Mike Crawford • 9:09 a.m.- traffic stop at SH 33 and golf course, verbal warning for speed. • 10:43 a.m.- traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, verbal warning for speed. • 1 1:10 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, cited for speed. • 1 1:45 a.m.- traffic stop at US 177 and Whistle Stop, verbal warning for speed. • 2:36 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, verbal warning for speed. • 4 p.m. - checked out noise complaint. • 4:32 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Sonic, verbal warning for speed. TRIAL from I counts of domestic abuse. At an April 24 preliminary hearing on the rape charge, his alleged victim, a 30-year-old Pawnee mother of six children, testified that she had known McClellan and his sister "all my life." After admitting that she vol- untarily kissed McClellan, she testified she was drunk and vomiting at McClellan's new house in Stillwater about 2 a.m. Nov. 24, 2002, when McClel- lan pulled her clothing off. "I kept saying no -- he was hitting my head against the wall," the woman testified. Following the alleged rape, "I started kicking and I got him off of me and I screamed for my clothes," she testified. She testi- fied that McClellan drove away from his house and she walked to a gas station where she called 911 from a pay phone. She said an ambulance came and took her to the Stillwater hospital for a rape examination. A month after that alleged attack, McClellan was arrested at his Stillwater residence for allegedly beating his girl- friend, Terrie Dawn Jones, who claimed he had pulled her hair, knocked her to the bed- room floor, sat on top of her, slapped her and bit her on the hand, about 9:45 p.m. Dec. 26, according to court documents. Five weeks after that alleged incident, McClellan was again arrested for allegedly beating Jones, who claimed he "hit her several times, pushed her down and hit her in the crotch area," about 12:49 a.m. Feb. 2, according to a police affidavit. McClellan remains free on bail pending his arraignment before Associate District Judge Robert Murphy Jr. on May 16 when he could ask for a trial date on the rape charge. His attorney, Frank Muret, said in court at his preliminary hear- ROD GORDON HOME IMPROVEMENT Roofing Home Repair & Remodeling Decks - Privacy Fencing 20 Years Experience Rod Gordon Insured " 405-547-2745 Perkins, OK Seniors - On a fixed income? I will figure out how to fix it!! a Health Screening Wednesday, May 7 Stillwater Project Heart 312 W. 9th " ms. " 10:30am-lpm I HANCOCK from 1 level of discipline that no one else could probably under- stand. "It teaches you a lot that other things can't," he said. "It's not like football where if something goes wrong you have people that will blame it on other people and they don't want to take the blame for it. And with wrestling you can't do that. "It's you and it depends on how hard you want to work on how good you do and if you don't live up to your expecta- tions it's your fault.'" ing "If there is a consensual act, there is no crime." Under questioning from prosecutor Kathy Thomas, the alleged victim testified she never consented to sexual rela- tions with McClellan. ABUSE from 1 had been jailed for 14 days, Lee said. Miller was also ordered to perform 20 hours of community service by June 25, as part of a one-year suspended sentence. According to the affidavit by Ronspiez, a neighbor, Peggy Anderson, said blood was run- ning down the boy's mouth when he came to her house, upset, and asked to use her phone to call the police. The boy claimed that before the attack, Miller had tried to hit him with a belt, which struck a counter, the affidavit said. The boy said that Miller then became angry and tried to put the belt up to the boy's neck, but the boy held up his hand and stopped it, the affidavit said. The boy said that when he told Miller he was tired of putting up with abuse, Miller jammed two fingers down under the boy's tongue, pushing his That self-discipline many times out-ranked any kind of social activities, especially when needing to make weight for a match or tournament. "There's been so many times I would have like to have gone out with my friends and eat pizza and stuff like that but you can't do that," he added. His hard work on the mat also benefited in another athletic endeavor. As a three-year starter for the Demons football team, Hancock was always among the leaders in tackles with an instinct of being able to find the football. And it also rubbed off in the classroom. Hancock will be one of eight valedictorians during commencement exercises later this month. He's another wrestler that has seen to program grow to the suc- cess it is experiencing today. He is quick to give a lot of the credit to head coach Gary Riley. He's pleased with the way people have gotten involved with the program and he points to Riley in doing that. "I think it's all because of him," Hancock said of his coach. "After conditioning practice we would go out for a jog afterward and we would jog up town to different businesses and invite them to come see us wrestle." He added Riley would join the team on the jog in addition to doing other things with the team. "There are not too many coaches that would do that but everything we do he does," he said. Hancock finished his prep career with an impressive 115- 19. "It's been awesome to see it grow and it will get even be he said. "I can't wait to co# back to see how much it . been progressing." He's also quick to give a 10tJ praise and thanks to his par Susie Washington and Mil Hancock who have alwal been mainstays when he w0d compete in dual matches 0ri tournaments. "It's nice to know somebodyl there no matter whether I no matter whether I lose i: are always there to give t .... heS whatever It Is I need, Others who have been insl mental, especially during early years, are Keith Ward i Dave Smith. Hancock is currently wori out for not only July's All-SO wrestling match in Tulsa,  also some freestyle wrestlil: tournaments scattered thro out theettne summer. He adrl g ' g involved with freeo., wrestling last year was a beOl for him this season becauN helped improve his quick in his feet. He's been wo ing out with teammates Ie and Kyle Hornberger as  as Brad Ward. Then there  times when he'll square against Riley. t Then after his All-State ms Hancock will most likely 1 # close on his wrestling career! concentrate on his acader beginning at Oklahoma St University. He hopes to get of his core classes comple OSU before transferring to ei the University of Oklaho Southwestern Oklahoma S University at Weatherford attend pharmacy school.  ' ' " k It s been fun, Hancoc ..... t I can t say that it hash t worth it." i thumb up under the boy's chin while pushing his two fingers down, the affidavit said. Ronspiez said he could see a sore under the boy's tongue and swelling on his lower gums. The boy's brother said he saw Miller shove his fingers itt brother's mouth, the affid said. Miller also has a 1996 c viction for felony possessiolt marijuana, according to ca records. 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