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1996- L call from subject from accident advised Varvil's shop. Stumbo on windows of 79 of de- property. 9:45 p.m. city coun- g on pa- i Oeto r s, 1996. report of light with r 33 dr,v- Subjects turned 108 toward Rip- report of young on North- driver's at North- French; cited license. *At !go to McClellan regarding p.m. call - rratic driver y 33 citation to r 68 rnph in 55 6:30 to 6:50 residence re- had to 8:03 p.m. against her kid and been play- kid got a juve- :40 P.m. talked out of ve- OCTOBER 17, 1996 PAGE-5 possible auto theft attempt. WEDNESDAY,, October 9, 1996 - Chief Burns oAt 7:55 a.m. Larry Moorman reported vandalism at the city park at the ballfield pavilion. eAt 12:40 p.m. issued parking i warning to red Saturn; parking wrong direction at 2nd and West Kenworthy. *At 1:15 p.m. at high school office on visit with principal. *(Beard) At 6:57 p.m. cited Kenneth Huckabay for ex- pired inspection sticker. *At 6:30 p.m. written warning to Todd Wagner for disobeying stop sign. oAt 8:45 p.m. checked on subject parked in back of bank, was Charles Wall preparing a de- posit. *At 9:39 p.m. verbal warn- ing to Brandon Rusconi for speeding. *At 10:20 p.m. Willie Payne and Rusconi over in park area driving a little erratic. Told them to get out of the park, next time they get a citation. *(Ott- away) At 11:12 p.m. call from Payne County Sheriff's office of civil disturbance at S. W. First by Post Office. Arrived at scene, boy/girl thing. Lots of yelling, tempers; separated and sent subjects home. No blows/blood/ cuts. THURSDAY,, October 10, 1996 - Ottaway oAt 12:50 a.m. cited UZS-669 for 43 mph in 25 mph zone and no insurance, oAt 4:10 a.m. am- bulance escort at 223 NW 3rd; white, female-heart. *(Burns) At 3:22 p.m. call of Jaysant Northcutt driving recklessly by the post office. While enroute, observed Jaysant northbound on North Main at Kirk. Spoke with him at Whistlestop II, he advised that he was not driving reck- lessly and had no problems. *(Beard) At 6:54 cited Michael Leonard for disobeying stop sign and no inspection sticker, oAt 7:30 p.m. talked with Mrs. Will- ingham on Northeast Sixth about repairing of damaged frog. People involved were there also, ci- told them that they will have to be the ones that return the frog to the owner since they are the ones that took it. They advised on that they will return to owner *At 9:14 p.m. written warning to Paul Jennings for excess speed. FRIDAY, October 11, 1996- Burns *From 12:30 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. at Headstart for talk with kids. *At 1:55 p.m. call of subject pass- ing bad check at yard sale, Glenda Werner of Yale in a blue hatchback. *At 4:25 p.m. verbal warning to Nunn of Amarillo for improper lane change, oAt 4:27 p.m. written warning to Eugenia Storey of Agra for 65 mph in 55 mph zone. oAt 6:30 p.m. patrol- ling for football game. *(Beard) At 3:10 p.m. with 3 juveniles along with parent delivering re- built cement frog to owner on Southeast Second. Owners were satisfied with the work done on the frog. oat 4:20 p.m. report from Mike Oyler that his soon- to-be-ex tore off his front park- ing light lens on his pickup and she is over at the arena and he is afraid she will do something else. Notified Payne County Sheriff's Office. Also talked to Mr. Oyler and all he wanted was for us to tell her to stay away from him. Reporting officer did. *At 6:22 p.m. report of kids on motorcycles over in the 400 block of Eaton Made contact and told them not be riding cycles on road. They advised that they were riding in their yard. *At 6:30 p.m. report of kids smash- ing pumpkins at Thomas and Main at the video store. Made contact with 14-15 juveniles and told them to move on. Issued ci- tation to 15 year old female ju- venile for smashing pumpkins. *At 6:57 p.m. cited Gregg Tipton for 62 mph in 45 mph zone. *At 8:20 p.m. talked to juveniles and told them to return pumpkin heads before football game ends. *At 9:25 p.m. two pumpkin heads returned to reporting of- ricer, we're "found" by three ju- venile girls. Yeah, right. *At 10:23 p.m. report from lady at East Kenworthy and Third of kids using foul language. She also told of pickup with kids that are causing trouble. SATURDAY,, October 12, 1996 .~ D^..---I At 7 a.m. blocking off street for Fest. Larry Dry and Doyle helping. *At 8 a.m. vandalism at post office; was graffiti on south side of building. At 8:30 a.m. van- dalism at Sassar's, 147 S. Main. Graffiti on south side of build- ing. (Ottaway) At 2:42 p.m. re- port of juveniles riding dirt bikes on city streets, contacted and warned individuals. *At 9:30 p.m. talked with juveniles about new tobacco law and destruction of city property by juveniles. *At 10:10 p.m. talked to owners of pet shop on Main Street regard- ing displays on street and van- dalism of property. SUNDAY,, October 13, 1996- Officer Keylon At 5:50 a.m. warning to Leslie O. Smith of Mobile, Alabama for speeding 65 mph in 55 mph zone. o(Ottaway) At 10:20 a.m. call of possible burglary at Antique Shop on South Main. oAt 1:20 p.m. called H. Welliver in regard to found wallet; wallet claimed at police department at 2 p.m. At 4:52 p.m. cited PEV-425 for safety sticker. *At 4:52 p.m. cited AUF-578 for safety sticker. 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