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’ • :: !::9.,•- ........ : ........ "' : ........... cited Kristen: Hammock of ":'!'::~:' 'v:a,i:i::.:.~i'& .... "." 7::;:::: :. ..... , . ! Drumright for '73 mph in 55 mph .... zone. oat 12:45 p.m. written ...... i:i:i'i::" warning to Benjamin Shawij f , .... • -: :: Stillwater for 65 mph in 55 zone. o(Beard) At 5:30 p.m.. Si- dent on Eaton Drive calle re- garding subjects stealing her trash can; located trash can over parked all nig t *(Burns)At ki hanging around sto 'e. .......7:41 a.m. cited .Rq'se Mitts for 50 Th;ere were about 20 kids, mph in 25 ' .one. oAt 8:03 chased most of them off, the other half waiting for rides. on Timberline. *At 6 p.m. got tip on trash can thieves; could be two subjects from Stillwater. Returned trash can to rightful owner, oAt 6:03 p.m. call from Payne County Sheriff's Office of 10-12 year old person lying in road in 400 block of SE 3rd; talked.to subject and advised same to stay out of road. Subject was looking at a bug. *At 6:26 p.m. written warning to Patricia Jackson for 65 mph in 55 mph zone. oAt 6:45 p.m. call from Bays on Crozier; dog problem. Dogs down the street getting onto Mrs. Bays' yard. I will talk to owners of dogs. Bays re- quested extra patrol at their residence, especially on Hallow- een night. Okay. *At 7:25 p.m. told owner of several puppies and grown dog to put them up or he will be cited next time for $200. THURSDAY, October24, 1996 - Officer Ottaway • Kt 4:07 a.m. found PGZ-696 parked at golf course, registered to Breeden out of Tryon. *At 5:16 a.m. driver hit deer on HWY177 south of town, messed up front- left of pickup. Had deer in the bed, a two'point buck, advised that she take to Stillwater Fire Department and tag; wanted re- port taken for insurance. Ad- vised her to contact Lincoln County Sheriff's Department as the accident was in their juris- diction. • (Burns)At 4:07 p.m. two juveniles fighting at East Kirk and NE Third, took names and sent them home. *(Beard) At 3:03 p.m. citizen taken into MONDAY,, October 21, 1996- Chief Burns • At 8:20 a.m. resident reported that someone is shooting at his cats with a BB gun over the past month. May be coming from the east. No report at this time. Ex- tra patrol. *At 10:50 a.m. cattle out at Marilyn Wells'. Got two cows and a calf back into fence. *At 12:35 p.m. large group of kids at Steer Inn; already mov- ing on to school. *At 12:36 p.m. cattle out again at Marilfn Wells'; put them back in again. • (Ottaway) At 7:40 p.m. call re- garding kids with BB guns on Sixth and Chantry, not BB guns, just playing and the guns were plastic. TUESDAY,, October 22, 1996. Chief Burns *At 11:35 a.m. cellular phone call of dark blue car sitting on side of road two miles east on SH33 and that a briefcase was lying on the road about 100 feet away. Notified Payne County Sheriff's Office and checked. Found car, but nobody around. Check on car came back to at- torney from Drumright..2:30 p.m. sent letters to 109 Lewis and 115 Sharp to remove aban- doned or junk cars from yards. • At 3:32 p.m. FOUND 26" girl's bicycle, purple with reddish-or- ange handlebars ind front forks, 10 speed Roadmaster mountain climber all-terrain bike with black seat, handle grips and ped- als. Found by Betty Bolden at 710 E. French. Bicycle left in ditch 2-3 weeks of this date. o(Beard) At 3:37 p.m. to 3:53 FRIDAY,, October 25, 1996. Chief Burns *At noon fender bender on front of Eades' Hardware; state accident report on file. *(Beard) At 5 p.m. checking out graffiti on middle school, had been erased upon arrival. *At 5:53 p.m. re- port of kids skateboarding at East Knipe and Fourth, gone on arrival. *At 6:58 p.m. met w th Chandler officers, they brought a I6 year old juvenile here from Chandler. Juvenile was found there intoxicated and they brdught her here to go to her aunt's house on Southeast Fourth Street. After further checking, it was determined that the girl was an escapee out of Lloyd Rader Corrections facility and she was taken to Stillwater to be picked up by corrections officers. *At 10:20 p.m. call from resident asking if people are al- lowed to shoot bow and arrows in city limits; advised him no. SATURDAY,, October 26, 1996 . Lieutenant Beard *At 10:16 a.m. cited Stephania VanVolkenburg for 75 mph in 55 mph zone and improper safety sticker. *(Ottaway)At 9:16 p.m. call to 422 NE Second, resident has cat acting strange, foaming at mouth. Checked the cat and appears to have tried to bite a toad. Will be okay, had cat put in shed for night and will check on tomorrow. SUNDAY,, October 27, 1996- Officer Keylon *At 1:01 a.m. found PLA-260 OK parked at north gate of Perkins Builders Supply. *At 1:20 a.m. Wellston EMS escorted through town. oAt 2 a.m. time change to CST. *(Ottaway) At 3:52 p.m. call from Ms. Cox on 801 Sharp, has washer/dryer missing, will meet at house, didn't show and did not call back. oat 7:47 p.m. call from Payne p.m. broke up fight between two juveniles on Lovers Lane. Visited with both parents of juveniles. WEDNESDAY, October 23, 1996 - Officer Ottaway *At 1:50 a.m. found PGU-114 parked at Whistlestop #2, had dome light on and belonged to Perkins resident; was locked and protective custody on belief that . County Sheriff's Office regard- he may harm himself. *At 8:08 p.m. dog complaint at 312 E. Chantry. Owner of dogs loaded them and took to Yale; advised that I will issue citation next time the dogs start barking. *At ing plugged sewer line at 322 SW Second. Advised city streets man Larry Moorman and he had line cleared. *(Keylon) At 11:22 p.m. door open at 122 E. Lewis; checked and everything seemed 9:15 p.m. clerk at MacArmallys to be okay, closed the door. advised that they don't ,w/mt MONDAY,, October 28, 1996 - BER 31, 1996 Officer Keylon *At 12:45 a.m. OCZ-430 OK parked in high school parking lot. OCTOBER FIRE RUNS oWednesday, October 2, 1996 from 10:15 a.m. to 11:50 am. two miles west of Vinco, 1 1/2 miles south and west one-half mile. Grait Sumner (David Parmer) Ford pickup. *Wednesday, October 9, 3:35 to 4 p.m. One mile west on Knipe and one-half mile south. Dale Holbrook's, grass fire. Subject was burning trash and it got out of control. OBITUARY Jimmie Lee Brown Services were held Saturday, October 26, 1966, for Jimmie Lee Brown of Tryon at the Tryon Christian Union Church. The Reverend Ted Gibson officiated, with interment at Carney Cem- etery. Mr. Brown died Tuesday, October 22, 1996 in Tryon. He was 49. Jimmie Lee Brown was born in Helena, Arkansas, on December 28, 1946, the son of Clifford P. and Helen (Collier) Brown. In 1949, he moved to Oklahoma with his parents and lived in the Carney and Tryon communities, where he attended school. He served in the United States Army as a sergeant in the artil- lery during the Vietnam War. Mr. Brown returned to the Tryon community after his military career where he spent the re- mmnder of his life. He was a pipe line welder, a member of the Perkins VFW and an avid fish- erman. He was predeceased by his par- ents. Jimmie Lee Brown is survived by a special friend, Sarah Behrens; two sons, James Leon Brown of Tryon and Troy Gene Brown of Pensacola, Florida; three grandchildren, Cody, Emily and Haley Brown; four brothers, Clifford Brown of Okla- homa City, Jerry Brown of Okla- homa City, Larry Brown of Still- water and Carl Brown of Tryon; and three sisters, Betty Scrivner of St. Louis, Missouri, Shirley Haney of Wellston and Carol Brown of Perkins. Pallbearers were James Brown, Larry Brown, Troy Brown, Gerald Best, Allen Vas- sar and Jimmie Poteet. By Dan Johnson The Certified Cities Program for Perkins is at an early stage. Committee members are appointed, committees are meeting and thingS The Government Organization committee working on their assignments. Committee don, Wes Beane and Dan Johnson have met eluding Mayor Randy Hall and Finance meeting at City Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 16. sion included the activation of the city's enforcement of existing city ordinances. A meeting of the uled for 12:00 noon on Nov. 5 to be held in D'Mario's Pizza. The public is welcome to and Harland Wells are acting as co-chairs opment committee. The committee has seven each being responsible for a specific task. The: area of responsibility are: Lynn Kinder, opment Plan; Don Crabbe, Economic land Wells, Industrial Site Development; cial Development; Bob Constein, Steve Willingham, Business District Im tion; Shane McKenzie, Established Business and Gene Wollenber Certified Cities is a process of determining weaknesses of the Perkins area. The program of input in order for the entire to be a resident of Perkins to help in the consider yourself a part of the Perkins come? Each of the committee members have been many people as they can to help with Certified been asked yet, and you are interested in Certified Cities committees, please contact one chairs, as listed in the ad in this week's invited to all Steering Committee and Watch the Journal for dates and times of CENTRAL P.O. BOX 842 STILLWATER, OK "Our Family Serving Your MONUMENT Stillwater's Only Full 1102 South Perkins Road 372-8585 If No Answer Call Bronze & Granite John & Merle Harshbarga ## Wes Watkins DarryI Roberts Occupation Conservative small business- • Liberal Trial Lawyer with 14 man with 14 years in th'c-U.S, years in State Legislature. Congress. Social Security and Medicare • Endorsed by the National • Has not supported any plan Committee to Preserve Social which will prevent the bank- Security & Medicare. ruptcy of Medicare and Social • Will serve on the committee to Security. protect Social Security and Medicare. ", Business and Taxes • Will work for tax relief for • •Voted to raise taxes and fees working families, over 50 times in the State • Will work for a Capitol Gains Legislature. tax cut. • Attacks Wes for supporting • Endorsed by the U.S. Chamber tax relief. of Commerce and National • Endorsed by big labor union Federation of Independent bosses and trial lawyers. Business. Sportsmen and Gun Control Crime 1 Paid for by • Endorsed by the N.R.A. • Voted to increase hunting and • Supports "Instant Check" for fishing license fees. felons and other criminals. • Voted against Concealed • Received "A" rating from the Weapons Bill. N.R.A. \" • Received a "D" rating from • ,, the N.R.A. • Criminals should serve full • Voted toreduce criminal sentences, penalties. • Supports strong protection• Voted for the early release of against child and domestic more than 2200 criminals abuse, since 1993. is one of us!" 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