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INS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1997 PA 4 ii+, :i!iiii!i~!:iiii!i7 ...... (/:i:;::i oWassell) 1997 two juveniles French. Took Peso reported 108 Sasser Ct., on car ste- advised i% PCSO to do foL advised to on neighbor trash in with neighbor Person, they OK. citizen at PD in- property, Advised to at PD, flOWers moved will follow- white male g to Cushing juvenile to out was con Next time? at cemetery re folks mov- Advised problems. at PD Iinformed handle. SPoke to Officer are pass- to cemetery. 27,1997 Police of ambu- Lewis, heart Pain. Assisted from205 dog on porch. truck, dog Put in pound. Also pickedup dog. Road 12 cattle out, assist process address. May 28,1997 escort Ms. Gra- to hospi- 10:15 a.m. - to t)!1 t( 'rri B(lll lg\' /\lll~()il|llllt'l/1 547-5324 Oliver's Family Hair Center Call from PCSO re threats from I with juvenile he has hav- had driven by led him there Could be done. • 8:50 p.m.- call from LifeLine to check welfare of Marg Gra- ham, same advised she was in hospital from fall this morning. • 9:00 p.m. - call from SPD to make contact with Ester and Carl Niomi re hit and run in Stillwater. • 10:00 p.m. - issued citation to Clinton Stanton tbr speeding. THURSDAY, May 29, 1997 Ottaway • 1:55 a.m. - citation issued for no insurance. Burns *7:39 a.m. - traffic at Hwy. 33 and 177, citation to David Roe of Cushing for speeding. • 10:45 a.m. - call of a large Rottweiller at 200 NE 1st. Lt. Beard came in ACO truck and took dog to pound. *12:25 p.m. - at Main and Thomas, tow-truck down. Got Lyle Youngker to assist. Started and on way. Beard • 3:00 p.m. - to dog kennel, retrieved Rottweiller and gave to owner aider he paid fine. • 7:30 p.m. - keys locked in car at 102 Eaton, Arlan Bradley resi- dence, could not open. .7:38 p.m. - call from PCSO of maroon van in Mac's parking lot with several juveniles, one of the subjects waving gun around, not known if real .or toy. • 7:40 pro. - at Mac's, talked to store clerk, advised she knew nothing about call. Upon leaving spotted van with five juveniles inside, stopped same and re- trieved pellet or BB CO2 pistol from van. Talked to subject with gun, was same juvenile that park had problems with a couple weeks back. Took gun from ju- venile, made contact with juvenile's mother and advised her of seriousness of her son with the gun, that it could be mis- taken for the real thing and someone could get shot. Advised her I would keep gun, also told the juveniles to go home for the evening. • 9:00 p.m. - call from PCSO of gray van parked in street at Chantry and 2nd St., gone on arrival. "9:35 p.m. - call from PCSO of suspicious car parked in drive- way in NE addition, occupied by two white males. Gone on ar- rival. -9:50 p.m. - assisted motorist at Mac's in replacing blown fuse. Keylon *11:08 p.m. - Iowa Tribal of- ricer advised to watch for maroon Beretta with headlight out. Stop and have them call Iowa officer re runaways from Eagle's Nest. Negative contact. Iowa officer located runaways later. FRIDAY, May 30, 1997 Burns .7:42 a.m. - at Hwy. 33 and Lovers Lane to remove tire from traffic lane. .9:55 a.m. - at high school giv- ing talk to driver's ed class. Beard .6:15 p.m. - citation tn David Carlton for speeding 71 mph in 55 mph zone. • 6:32 p.m. - call from PCSO of cow out about 1 mile west of Hwy. 177 north. Got cow back in with assistance of Alvin Hanel. Keylon • 11:16 p.m. - PCSO reported white car at elementary school having car trouble. Was able to get it running. SATURDAY, May 31, 1997 Keylon • 12:11 a.m. - PCSO called about tractor with lights on, north edge of town on west side of road in middle of field. They are working in the field. • 12:51 a.m. - PCSO reported resident on French reported sub- jects next door having party. Re- porting person spoke with sub- jects, will call back if they have any problems. • 2:21 a.m. - ambulance to 119 Crozier. • 2:42 a.m. - assisted with cattle out in road south of town on Hwy. 177. Put into a pgsture. Beard • 7:15 a.m. - getting Officer Keylon familiar with LINC on computer, assigned him his own password for access. • 12:00 noon - talked to girl who wants to talk to Chief about ACO job. Told her to see him on Monday between 8:00 and 3:00. Ottaway • 3:14 p.m. - citation for safety sticker and no insurance. • 3:35 p.m. - call from PCSO, Jim Dervin requested to meet with officer. • 4:05 p.m. - met with Jim and Shirley Dervin re loss of money at store. Arrested and jailed R. Elliott fiw embezzlement by em- ployee. °8:26 p.m. - stopped and cita- tion issued for expired tag (11/ 96) and no insurance, no safety sticker. Arrested driver (juve- nile) for current bench warrant (traffic). Released to parents. Also released two other juveniles in vehicle, no charges to passen- gers. Vehicle was impounded and towed by Oakie Motors, Stillwater. SUNDAY, June 1, 1997 Keylon • 4:47 a.m. - written warning to Roy Myers of Cushing for speeding 64 mph in 55 mph zone at Hwy. 33 and Lovers Lane. Ottaway • 1:35 p.m. - report of dog left at house on Knipe St. Notified ACO about dog, he will handle. !•6:00 p.m.: :, subject brought in copy of i .r/ ce verification,. Advised to keep in vehicle, voided the citation. • 6:30 p.m. - visit at PD with several juveniles. OK. Keylon • 10:03 p.m. - PCSO advised to be on lookout for blue and white newer model motorcycle, last seen westbound from Cush- ing at high rate of speed. • 10:19 p.m. - written warning to Christopher Patterson of Still- water for speeding 65 mph in 55 mph at Hwy. 33 and Pogue. • 10:35 p.m. - red and white paint horse out at Co-op. Con- tacted Ryan Wells at roping arena, he said it was possibly Derrick Patterson's, unable to located at residence. The V-F-DUB! LiVe Entertainment and July 5 at 5, Open To ePublic 5i00.Sundays at 3:00 Sat. June• 7: "Back Roads" Band Starts At 9:00 $5 Cover Charge .... 7-2102 Perkins, America Embezzlement charges filed on former Dervin's employee Perkins Police Dept. Officer Charles Ottaway arrested Rob- ert Elliott, 18, of Perkins on May 31st on felony charges of em- bezzlement by an employee. Elliott allegedly embezzled over $1,000 while employed at Dervin's Food Mart in Perkins. A 1997 graduate of Perkins- Tryon High School, Elliott cotild face up to one year in county jail, a fine of up to $5,000 and be or- dered to make full restitution if convicted of the charges. ACT workshop scheduled at OSU An ACT preparation work- shop for high school students or recent high school graduates has been scheduled at Oklahoma State University on June 7, ac- cording to the Office of Educa- tion Extension. the workshop will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the Stillwater campus, and the deadline to register for the work- shop is June 4. ACT workshops help stu- dents enhance their test-taking skills by becoming familiar with the ACT format and content, rec- ognizing and controlling test anxiety, and increasing their sense of competence and self- confidence in standardized test- ing situations. The $30 per student work- shop cost includes all instruc- tions and materials. Phone reg- istrations will be accepted for credit card only. For more information, or to register, contact Jay Boyington, Education Extension, 325 Willard, Stillwater, OK 74078. Registrants also may call (405) 744-6254, or the toll free num- ber 1-800-765-8933. P-T lady Demons t-shirts to go on sale The Perkins-Tryon Lady Demons are selling t-shirts to commemorate achieving the 3A State Runner-up title during their pastseason. The sale of these t-shirts will help send our Lady Demons to summer basketball camp and would be a great way to represent our school at next year's basketball games. The cost is only $12 each, so eve . one in the family can have one. Call any Lady Demon to purchase a shirt or call the high school office at 547-5724. Orders will be taken through June 21st. Thanks for all your support! f Time to renew? It's easy to tellwhen it's time to renew your Journal subscription- See the date on your • label, the seepage twq, , , ,. ,, Thanks! 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