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!II6-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, November 13, 2003 Public Records Cushing; Rape by instrumentation (2 counts), contributing to the delinquency of minors. JEWELL, Patrick Budin, 18, Morrison; Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, unlawful possession of drug parapherna ERNTK , Tammy Lynn, 25, Still- water; Knowingly concealing stolen property, possessing cphederine with- out a prescription, unlawful possession of drug paraphemali& MOORMAN, Keith W., 28, Stillwater, Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, domestic abuse (2 counts), molesting a motor vehicle. MORGAN, Dustin C., 19, Stillwater; Possession of cocaine, actual physical control. PEARSON, Wesley Boyde, 46, Agra; Possession of marijuana - second offense, driving with license suspended, failure to carry security verification. TACKWELL, Jason, 27, Stillwater; )ISTRICT ATTORNEY'S w &DAMS, Clifford Brett, 39, Still a- ite DUI - ,second offense, driving with llicense suspended. BU I'LER, Charles Levi, 22, Cushing; iAttempting to elude a police officer, iresisting arrest. CAI,DWELL, Lamarius Pier, 18, Still- !water; Possession of stolen property. !I,LARNEST, Dondi Lee, 39, Perkins; DUI - ,second offense. GORDON, Dorothy Annette, 31, StToud; Possession of substance with intent to manufacture methamphet- amine, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. GORDON, Robert Lane, 36, Stmud; Pos.'session of substance with intent to nttnufacture methamphetamine, unlaw- th) possession of drug paraphernalia. (;RANT, Rickey Damell, 41, Cushing; DOmestic abuse - second offense. i|RRING, Edward Lowell., 45, Police logs Pogue, verbal warning for speed. Crawford • 7.1 p.m.-  on arrast at SH 33and Pogue. • 8:59 p.m. - assisted on traffic stop at E. Industrial and W. Knipe. • 9:47 p.m. - assisted on traffic stop at SH 33 east of Sadler Road. • 1050 p.m.-traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, dted for expeed tag. • 11:20 p.m.- traffic stop on N. Main north of Kirk, verbal wam for d opey stop agn. • 11:49 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, verbal warning for speed. • 7:41 a.m.-traffic stop at high school on SH 33, verbal wami. • 8:18 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, citation issued. I€lay_. Nov. 3 Olticer Warren Grider • 1:45 p.m. - traffic stop at E. Sixth and Kirk, verbal warning for speed (3’e25). • :55 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 ancl US,177, verbal warning. • !18 p.m - ahecked out report of suspicious persons in 800 block of E:Kirk. • 9:12 p.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and E. Industrial, verbal warning. Offkr Mike C • 8:30 p.m.- traffic stop at E. Kirk ancl Fourth St., verbal warning for speed. ,9 p.m. - traffic stop on US 177 one mile north of Ampdde, verbal warning for no passing zone violation. ,9:20 p.m.-traffic stop at N. Main and Chan,   deled lights. • 10 p.m. - traffic stop at US 177 and SH 33, cited for disobeying stop n. Officer Jemmy Rerei • 6:44 p.m. -traffic stop at SH 33 and Pogue, written warning for defective headeht. • 111:39 p.m.- traffic stop at SH 33 ancl US 177, verbal warning for defective brae light. • 4. a.m. - ic s at txs rsnch on Main, verbal warning for speed. • 10:14 p.m.-traific stop at SH 33 and Twin Lakes, verbal warning. • 11:12 p.m. -traffic stop at Kirk and N,F ,Second, verbal warning. ":1133 p.m. - traffic stop at Main and Thomas, written warning. • llz53 p.m.-traffic stop at SH 33 and SEller Road, verbal warning. i=aa00., Nov.7 • 2: a.m. - tratfic sfop at Main and vec00 wan00g. • 2 &m.-traffic stop at N. Main and chantry, vert00 warn00g. • 5:42 a,m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and • 12.92 p.m. -traffle at SH 33 and Payne, citation issued. • 1:12 p.m. -traffic stop at Kirk and Tony, verbal warning. • 1.'31 p.m. -traffic stop at W. Knipe and E. Industrial, two citations issued. • 4:56 p.m. -  out relx of reckless cldver eesttxund on SH 33. • 5:46 p.m. - traffic stop at W. Knipe and E. Industnai, verbal warning. R00m:00t • 7.'05 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane,  for Logan  wan-ant driv under suspen- sion, no insurame, no tag, speeding. • 9:40 p.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal waming for speed. • 9:47 p.m.-traffic stop at SH 33 and Payne, verbal warning for speed. • 10 p.m. - traffic stop at Main and Thomas, verbe warn for prmer start. • lOre p.m.-traffic sep at M=n and Thomas, vet wan for ceo- psen. R’.eee Staats also had been charged with two felony counts of domes- tic abuse for allegedly beating his brother, Mark Mosher, and his sister-in-law, Cindy Mosher, in Perkins on July 10, court records show. He was free on $5,000 bail on those charges and was due to return to court Nov. 19. STAATS from A1 He was released in September of 2002, state Corrections Depart- ment records show. Three other women also sought protective orders against Staats, one in July, one in 2002, and one in, 1999, court records show. M4 Hnur rlr.e 40s372.3398 Vellide Lockootl, Pull Bull] FARMERS" Auto • Home • Life • Business Don Wooldridge, Agent 505 E. Hwy. 33 • Perkins (405) 547-5126 Attempting to obtain a controlled sub- stance by fraudulent prescription. TURNER, Nekeysha Andrea, 24, Still- water; Obtaining money or property by false pretenses. TYBERG, Scott David, 38, Stillwater; Possession of child pornography. MARRIAGE IJCENSE CALDWELL, Michelle Rene'e and Stephen Jack KUCHERA CAdRUTItERS, Julie and Jessie WIL- LAIMS LU, Ya-Hui and Tai-Yuan CHEN PICKERILL, Anita Carol and Larry Gene BOOTEN THOMAS, Samantha Lynn and James Alan REID WALLS, Misty Dawn and Jackie Lee DOTY WHITE, Cheryl Beth and Tyler Dean FRAZEE Asked CONNELL, Kelli Ann v. Eric Damion GIPSON, Twila Mac Edmondson v. Andrew Jackson HOOD, Marcus Dane v. Pamela Anne MCOLLOM, Walter W. Ill v. Linda M. MOLLOY, Dahlia Gonzales v. David Paul WILLS, Sherrylea v. Richard L. • 1224 a.m. - traffic stop at S. Main and Cimarron, verbal waming. Officm" Tom Hankins • 8:35 a.m. -traffic stop at SH 33 and Pogue, citation issued. • 10:55 a.m. -traffic stop at Cimarron Trails and N. Main, verbal warning. • 12:13 p.m.-traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal waming. • 12:45 p.m. - worked accident at Thomas and Main, citation issued. • 2:05 p.m.- assisted OHP at accident at Fairgrounds and Kirk. unailltJr C, mwford • 10:31 a.m. - traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal waming for speed. • 12:40 p.m.-traffic stop at W. Knipe and S.W. Third, cited for speed. Hnnkin • 9:30 p.m.-traffic stop at S: Main and Hert, citation issued. • 9:49 p.m.- traffic stop at SH 33 and Lovers Lane, verbal warning. Two injured in crash at Fairgrounds and A ] 995 Dodge Dakota truck driven by Hurbert Peele, 62, of Tecumseh, failed to stop intersection of Kirk and Fairgrounds Road and collided with a 2002 GMC truck driven by Hickman, 49, of Perkins on Saturday, Nov. 8. Peele, who was headed south on Fairgrounds Roads, was ejected from his vehicle and ported to Stillwater Medical Center by ambulance in critical condition. Hickman, who was headed west on Kirk Street, was walking around after the accident transported to Stillwater Medical Center with possible internal injuries. The accident was investigated by OHP Trooper John Vincent. Journal photo by Perkins police seat belt to target unbuckled drivers Aim Is To Surround Teens With A Strong Safety Belt Enforcement Message The national safety belt use rate is the highest it has ever been at 79 percent, but that still leaves nearly 60 million Americans, who are disproportionately teens and young adults, risking their lives and driving unbuckled. That's why this November they are going to be surrounded with the strong message, "Click It or Ticket; If you won't buckle up to save your life, then buckle up to save yourself a ticket," as the Perkins Police Department joins more than 13,000 law enforce- ment agencies in a nationwide crack down on seat belt violators. The message to teens and young adults will be seen and heard in the media, in Intemet chat rooms, over public address systems in high Legal Notice published in The Perkins Journal three times, Oct. 30, 2003, Nov. 6, 2003 and Nov. 13, 2003. BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA In the matter of the Petition of David G. Thomas. et al. . Petitioners, to vacate a platted and dedicated county road located in Section ._1_5__, Township ..3.9__ North, Range _..03_.K., Payne County Oklahoma ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION TO VACATE PLATTED AND DEDICATED COUNTY ROAD THIS MATTER comes on for consideration before the Board of County Commissioners of Payne County, Oklahoma on the _.fitl2_ day of October , 200_3._ upon the petition of David G. Thomas and others to vacate a platted and dedi- cated county road(s) located within the Tan-Tar-A Subdivision in Section 15, Township 19 North, Range 1 East, in Payne County, Oklahoma, as more particularly described in the petition. The Board finds that the petition is in proper form, that the petition has merit, and that a hearing thereon should be held and public notice of such hearing should be given as provided by law. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED: 1. A public hearing on the petition shall be held on the 17th day of November , 2003, at the Payne County AdministratiOn Build- ing, 315 W. 6 r Avenue, Suite 200, Stillwater, Oklahoma at 9:00 o'clock _.M., or at such other time or place to which the same may be recessed and reconvened, at which time and place any and all persons interested may appear and be heard on this matter. 2. The County Clerk shall give public notice of the hearing of the petition, causing this Order and Notice to be published at the expense of the petition- ers, and causing a copy of it to be mailed to any landowner whose property is immediately affected by the road(s) sought to be vacated, at the expense of the petitioners, pursuant to and as provided by Title 69, Oklahoma Statutes, Section 646. DATED this filb_ day of. October ,200.._. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA By: Gloria Hesser Chairman Seal Bill Deering Member Attest: Jim Arthur Member Linda Hatfield. Deputy_ County Clerk, Payne County, Oklahoma schools, and through enforcement in locations where young people congregate - such as high schools and shopping malls. The two-week enforcement wave, which runs from Nov. 17 - 30, is based on a proven public health model to increase belt use called "high visibility enforce- ment." According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin- istration (NHTSA), 5,341 teens, ages 16-20, died and hundreds of thousands more were injured in traffic crashes in 2001. Fatal- ity rates for teens are twice that of older drivers and the risk of crashes for teens is four times that of older drivers. Two out of five deaths among teens are the result of a traffic crash. During the national intensify senger safety laws, and impaired laws by tung up saturation major byways. restrain themselves and ing to the law. The Click It or teens are coordinated by tlaet. Bag& of the National Safety partnership with law ment, state the National Hi Safety Administration's Up America initiative, and the National Safety Board. Legal Notice published in The Perkins Journal once, Nov. 11 PUBLICATION OF ANNUM. ELECTION OF SCltOOL DISTIll(: 1' ELECTORS An amai elecdoa of the Set.el Dia.i Be€mrs of tbe (name) Di'ict No. 1-56 of Payne eetmty,  will be held at inmdDim'itdx 24 dayof  ,20b0znain=*Ta.m. 7 p.m. A second election, if m-,szy will be Mid on April 6t 2004 . The purpose of the eMetion is to vote on the following indicated prolxifiem: 1. Member of Board of Education. Off No. 2. Member of Board of Education. Office No. Notifie..,eo and declaration as a candidate for memberi be made with the county Election Beard betwem the hours of: 8 a.m. on Monday, I 1 , 2(Y)._.3 (rra) (y) (.war) 5 p.m. on Wedncay, December 3 , 2003 (rnth) (da) (y) *Dat this  day of , Form to be used for Annmd Elections only. _? s-.75 , i'il) Legal Notice published in The Perkins Journal once, Nov. 'icl No, VTI6 ofPu ly, Okl, will be het at the plac of the Meridian Tee, hnoloy Catr District: Memtort, Mulhall, Orlando, Perkin& Perry, Pawnee, day of February, 2004, hesitating at 7 a.m. and timing at 7 p.m- election is to vote on the following indi pmpollition 1. Member of Bored of Eductim to Rcprmcttt Zone No. 1 Edtmatioa mtm be made with the Peyne County Electim hour=of: 8 am. on Mmulay, December 1, 2003 5 p.m. on Wtlnwday, Docnbe 3, 2003 Cmiflcte of Govemia8 iml State of Oklalga, County of Puyne We, the goed duly elect=i, qualified, and icthag Education oftbe Meridian Technology C,t diatrict do h.by certify regular meeting held on November 3.2003, the foregoing that it reflec the conduct ofthe tffair= oftbe ditmict. Dated this 3rd day of November, 2003 Attest: kdlfdff, Idt aomt ot Eaucta Educatitm tld amhtwott Io Ind bef Im dl 3rd dry of Novtlb, 2003. ttttlDtU*  |" ,=%.= : ...... ' T' :i