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qNiNUlUlUllnUBllINIINIllIBI J I]IINNI~IR RIiUINHNNNUlJININIIIINII~ Local THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, August 26, 2010 - A3 TATER'S at Lucky Chopstix Restaurant 251 E. Hwy33, Suite B.1, Perkins, OK 74059 By Patti Weaver counts, the teens could each Michael Pearson had Journal Correspondent be incarcerated for 21 years observed an SUV traveling A Tryon teenager and and fined $16,000, court left of center while south- a former Perkins teenager records show. bound on Perkins Road were charged together Three months ago, Munier and approaching agroupof Thursday with endeavoring was placed on probation for bicyclists on Feb. 7, accord- to manufacture metham- possessing marijuana and ing to his affidavit. phetamine in Stillwater, as drug paraphernalia in Per- "The SUV returnedto its well as possessing the kins, court records show. proper lane of traffic and illegal drug, marijuana and Munier was ordered to continued by the bicyclists," digital scales, all on Aug. 15 have a drug and alcohol the affidavit said. in Payne County. evaluation, to follow any The occupants of the Kyle Jacob Munier, recommendations, to pay a SUV appeared nervous 18, of Tryon, and James $150 fine, to contribute $15 when it was subsequently Robert Hardnack, 18, who to the District Attorney's stopped for the traffic vio- now lives in Stillwater, were Drug Fund and to perform lation, the affidavit said. both freed on $10,000 bail 15 hours of community ser- When Perkins Police last week, vice, court records show. Officer Hammack and Per- If convicted of all three Perkins Police Officerkins Police K-9 Attila were CHARMED-Perkins II of the Charmed-Perkins will host an open house at its affordable housing project. new development at Harry The homes are on one level Hill Circle and Knipe Street with zero entry design, patio, Friday, Aug. 27, from 12 to 2 and attached two-car garage. p.m. and4 to 6 p.m. Exterior features include The CHARMED-Perkins II partial brick, shutters, and project consists of 30 single- landscaping. Amenities family rent-to-own homes, include a washer and dryer, They are approximately 1,235 dishwasher, refrigerator, square feet, have three bed- range, and microwave oven. rooms, and a two-car garage. All traits are handicap adapt- A playground will also be on able, with 2 units fully handi- site. This is the second phase cap accessible for persons with disabilities. All units meet the 2003 Intemational Energy Conservation Code. Rents range from $450-500 depending on income quali- fications. The development was cre- ated through a public/private partnership of the Commu- nity Housing Association for Rehabilitation Measures and Effective Development (CHARMED); Midwest Housing Equity Group; Excel Development Group and the Oklahoma Housing Finance Authority (OHFA). The con- tractor is Buiand Group and the total project cost for the Charmed-Perkins lI develop- ment will be approximately $4.5 million dollars. Charmed-Perkins II will begin leasing on Sept. 1. For more information or an appli- cation contact Jim Mooberry at Excel Development Group at 800-378-9366. called to the scene, "Attila a set Of scales, in Munier,s ialsocl thr: vRi d had a change of behavior jeanS' right front pocket, the Munier Subseqfienfl and alerted four times to affidavit said. " pleaded guilt3 t6 p0 sessP the vehicle," the affidavit After Munierwas arrested ing marijuana and a smok- said. and taken to the Payne ing pipe, for which he was Officer Hammack found County Detention Center, placed on probation for one a pipe that tested positive a jailer found a cellophane year last May, court records for marijuana, along with baggie containing marijuana show. The Elm Grove OHCE the last meeting were read Marie Hammond Marthell groupmet at the Elm Grove and approved. Highlights Kinzie, Judy Moorman,i Community Building for a from the newsletter were Patsy Rains, Lorinda Davis regularly scheduled meet- read and Fair Kitchen sched- and guests CaUie Hammond,': ing on August 10, 2010 at ule were reviewed. Nocom- Kayla and Sarah Walker. 7:30 p.m. mittee reports were given. A The next meeting will be" The meeting was called letter from Judith Karman September 14, 2010 at 7:30 to order by President Joyce Hospice requesting time to p,rn. at the Elm Grove Com-' Axton. Patsy Rains read the talk to our group about their munity Building with Marie* devotion from Exodus 23:19 services was discussed. Hammond as hostess and: reflecting on bringing the The lesson "Fun with Patsy Rains as the lesson best of your fruit of your Tortillas" was presented leader Over "Go Green'.* soil. She then led the group by Judy Moorman. It was a Conserve and Protect our in prayer. Roll call was very entertaining lesson. Natural Resources with an' answered by "What is your Connie Walker served Emphasis on Energy and favorite recipe made with lovely refreshments to: Water" or "Is Your Diet tortillas?". The minutes of Joyce Axton, Tasha Brown, Balanced?'. Second Annual Fancy Nancy se:vtng C ood Ole q$otmttTq opldBgX Jand breaded c hicke. Fded tqmlt, C atflsh, spectal buyers and sandwiches. I ~::. _ , _ i;. :Saturday . Street J, ericnns, Member (405) 547-1199 FDIC to 6 p.m. L to Noon