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THE PERKINS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1997 if MONDAY, October 20, 1997 Kasey Keylon "1:33 a.m. - report of dog at large at 315 NW 2rid. Subject had caught dog, transported large black Chow dog to pound. Chief Curtis Burns *8:15 a.m. - high school area. *9:40 a.m. - visit with Robert Adame, reported two 10 speed bikes stolen from Brixey's trailer court. Took info in case found, no report as in county. "11:45 a.m.- met with Dr. Thompsen, he reported that between 8:00 p.m. and morning his flower barrel in front of of- fice was destroyed and flowers in another pulled out. Charles Ottaway *3:15 p.m. - citizen reported trashy area at 105 Cross. Checked, could not see back yard. Area needs cleaning, will advise. *3:30 p.m. - report of Rott- weiler running loose between Knipe & Thomas/Main and SE 3rd. Checked, gone on arrival. *4:05 .n.m. - found vehicle disabled on Hwy. 33, is not traf- fic hazard, OK. "4:12 p.m. - report of dog running loose area of SW 2nd/ Thomas. Checked, gone on ar- rival. *4:30 p.m. - call from Cheer- ful Bryum reporting dog loose in her yard. Checked, gone on arrival. *5:04 p.m. - located fire at river, trash burn, Perkins Fire Dept. put out. "5:10 p.m. - PCSO requested go to 113 Crozier, possible sto- len vehicle. *5:18 p.m. - stopped by white female at NW 3rd and Chantry, is moving vehicle to Kirk St. Dis- pute with husband. Info only. *7:22 p.m, - call from PCSO, subject at Mac's to report miss- *7:55 p.m. - located and transported white female to her home. "8:11 p.m. - call from PCSO, report of dispute on NE 3rd. Is OK, husband leaving house. Settled. "10:25 p.m. - citizen at PD to report possible drunk driver headed for Coyle/Langston, is small white vehicle. PCSO noti- fied Coyle/Langston. TUESDAY, October 21, 1997 Keylon *3:40 a.m. - Holstein cow out at Perkins Rd. and 128th St. Got put back in. Burns "11:45 a.m. to 1:11 p.m. - to Stillwater Domestic Violence Shelter board meeting in Still- water. "1:30 p.m. - call from 712 E. Kirk of house broken into. Took report, windows were opened but nothing taken. *3:45 p.m. - dog on porch at 520 E. Kirk. Picked up large golden retriever and took to ACO. Cleaned and fed dogs. Ottaway "6:15 p.m. - report of suspi- cious activities by girls at 2nd and Thomas. Checked area, gone on arrival. *6:40 p.m. - found busted hay bale dumped on side of Hwy. 33, not hazard. "8:15 p.m. - ambulance to old high school gym, football player with back injury. Guided ambu- lance in. *8:40 p.m. - verbal warning for sudden stops on highway. WEDNESDAY, October 22, 1997 Ottaway "1:35 a.m. - guided truck driver to Co-op. Burns *8:05 a.m. - found bike in ditch at Knipe and SW 1st. Was stolen bike reported Monday. Returned to owner's house. *8:32 a.m. - ambulance to 109 SW 3rd. *9:00 to 10:24 a.m. - to meet- ing in Stillwater, also to PESO. *11:20 a.m. - Mrs. Crain came in to make report on stolen checks. Took report. "12:58 p.m. - call from 4th and Kenworthy area of subject subject's mom in OKC to come and get him. Bike returned to owner. Subject released to mom at 3:15. THURSDAY, October 23, 1997 Burns "8:10 a.m. - SPD reported warrant issued for resident of Perkins. If we see him pick him up. Will watch. *8:40 a.m. - call that blue car ran stop sign and nearly caused wreck at Thomas and 2nd. Tag number given, checked to resi- dence on E. Thomas. "10:40 a.m. - at 712 E. Kirk to ask subject supposed to be in at 9:00 if he was coming in. Set for 11:00. Showed, got mad at 11:20 and admitted to breaking into house at 712 E. Kirk, his own residence. *4:20 p.m. - accident re- ported in high school parking lot. Report on file, Fotch v. Mclntire, no citations. FRIDAY, October 24, 1997 Keylon "12:38 a.m. - PCSO reported suspicious person at 403 SE 4th, occurred earlier in the day. Ev- erything OK. *2:44 a.m. - domestic on Cro- zier. Report filed. Transported to PCSO. Burns *1:00 p.m. - Mac's requested an officer. Took initial info on theft of money by employee. Statements to be brought in Monday. "2:35 p.m. - funeral escort from Strode's. Nobody paying attention, had to block street to get trafficto stop so procession could leave from chapel. *3:30 p.m. - written warning to Howard Fowler of Shawnee for speeding. *4:44 p.m. - subject wanted info on getting back his car towed last week. Keylon *9:30 p.m. - traffic at the foot- ball field. Written warning to Matt Turner of Glencoe for de- fective exhaust. SATURDAY, October 25, 1997 Keylon "12:30 a.m. - received call from parent, of party on Sharp with juveniles drinking. Assisted by PESO. Found alcohol at resi- *1:18 a.m. - PCSO received report of loud party in 100 or 200 block of:E. French. Unable to locate party. "1:33 a.m. - assisted ambu- lance to 409 Newport. Ottaway *8:40 a.m. - citation issued for speeding (70 mph in 55 mph zone) and no insurance. *9:40 a.m. - citizen complaint about party house and juve- niles, in county, under advise- ment. *11:50 a.m. - report of two lost boys from Stillwater, last seen on East Kirk. Attempt to locate. "12:18 p.m. - report of acci- dent at Hwy. 177 and 92nd. Ar- rived on scene and directed traf- fic. "1:15 p.m : grandparents at PD, believe lost boys at house of friend on SW 1 st. Will check. If there, will not return. Did not come back, boys found. Keylon *6:55 p.m. - PCSO reported go to 406 SE 2nd, larceny report. Met with subject, took larceny report occurring at 506 Carol Ct. "7:16 p.m. - resident at 406 SE 2nd has had gasoline stolen ,3 AND FRIES PEPSI! o , ,[ When You Order A JUMBO BURGER You get a FREE 16 Oz. Pe Only PERKINS 121 West Thomas from vehicles. No report taken, will extra patrol. ./ SUNDAY, October 26, 1997 Keylon *5:44 p.m. - checked area around high school for suspi- t cious persons. Citizen advised there were kids with walkie talk- '-': _..=-'::": ............... ies around school and looked ~i: ,~ , I" v tlf suspicious. Gone on a rriva,. 1.,1~.{. mr.. 11 "~i~~./' Perkins students at }:. ' Okmulgee OSU. ! Four students from Perkins .. " are among the 53 Payne County -" , l l : ;.',( i; .,%, X ' _ students enrolled this fall at ':,"~a,4V'..":~::~",'k_~ ' 2[~i~1~ Oklahoma State Ilniversity in Is it flat on the bottom? We fix flats all the way around. Minor Auto Repairs -Oil Change Thomas and Main .Perkins Okmulgee. They are: Justin Darrow, Jason Popejoy, Randall Tarlton and Kelly Warden. OSll-Okmulgee is the only col- lege in Oklahoma established specifically for technical educa- tion. It offers several college- level technical/occupational programs of study in 11 major disciplines. Students graduating from OSU-Okmulgee can earn an As- ing person. Took info, has been on stolen bike. Found subject at dence, contacted parents of ju- sociate in Applied Science de- gone for about an hour Wor- 3rd and French, to PD with male veniles to come pick up. PCSO gree and be certified by the ied, familY dispt e Will at,juvenile and'bike. Bike belongs tr $t rted/. rl˘ ,n le jtiV !ffiile ') Colieg 'S Graduate Performance temI t to l6c'a{e. ....... .... togame" s bove bik fC /iled ' ' - Guarantee. Open Monday Thru Friday 7 a.m.to 9 Perkins Main Street, Inc. A group of community leaders in Perkins has become involved in the Oklahoma Department of Commerce's "MAIN STREET PROGRAM', and we would like to invite you to join us. The PERKINS MAIN STREET organization rhl has elected officers and the governing board is functioning. Many individuals and organizations in our community have become rhl involved by making an investment by becoming members of our PERKINS MAIN STREET PROGRAM. This correspondence is to invite you to participate with us in this endeavor. It is vital that we have an adequately financed organization that will guide our efforts. We want you to become a part of this group as we work toward making Perkins an ever better community. If you would like to join us, membership "Backroads" _.. is $20 per year; business-S100 iiSaturdav.( [ l/Y Please 'respond by mailing the bottom portion of this letter tO:oK,74059. Perkins Main Street Program, P. O. Box 502, Perkins, "Creekmore , Letters of Support Are Also Welcomed As Part of II IIPI I I Our ApplicatiOnrtment of PackagecommerceT° the Oklahoma ;Highway'"'"'"" '51" " -" ,Frid Oclc ! ii ii Luck of The Draw , IR! P -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- " -- -- -- ---- Dances Start at 9 pm PERKINS MAI I STREET PROGRAM II $5per person cover a m P.O. BOX 502 1 g I Perkins, OK 74059 \- I1 ! Name I "N, | Address 1"811 I m n City. 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