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of Week of Aug. 30 - Sept. 5, 2002 --- BIG TIMBER (MT) PIONEER --Page 3 the week's activities of the law enforcement and judicial authorities in Sweet Grass County City's bidding process questioned by contractors. A caller reported a car following riding with a friend to Seattle. He n Court another car at mm377 on 1-90. A got angry and threw her out of the citation/warning was issued, car. Her father bought her a bus tick- .. burning ban and to put their fire out. Aug. 25 - A man reported a et to Seattle, but it was in Billings 29, A mancalledandsaidhehada diesel truck running all night. He and she couldn't get it. The Justice Court wingston, flat tire on 1-90 but couldn't get the thought someone may had fallen Greyhound bus driver agreed to Maya Baldwin, Missoula, Hate Erickson, 26, of lug nuts off. He wanted dispatch to asleep in it. He wanted it moved, bring the ticket on the bus. Services reckless driving, fined $220. ing time for DUIcall his wife. Services were yen- A woman found a pack of ciga-were rendered. Robert Scott Beckman, Helena, "~lltlllill ' dered, rettes underneath her bedroom win- A vehicle was stopped on First ' DUI, $395 j., ee at a ranch Thomas Cecil, Livingston, Aug. 23 - A woman called to dew that couldn't possibly have Avenue. A citation/warning was Driving while suspended, $270; .24 "A woman report a young girl buying scissors at blown in. She had the cigarettes sus- issued. {~k~ a~bulance for a 21 -year- the Town Pump. She thought it was pended from a stick so as not to Aug. 27 - A woman reported she Operating a motor vehicle without ~ ~h0 fell off a horse. The strange. The call was unfounded, touch them. found a set of keys in front of her liability protection in effect, $270; "- ~,~s head, maybe had a A man called in a reckless and A man reported two semis were house on Yellowstone Avenue.Failure to give notice of accident by dangerous driving report at mm 350 driving 95 miles an hour and almost ~. ..~laS Complaining of back quickest means, $120; Reckless J|~lld ne pain. An ambulance on 1-90, Services were rendered, forced him into a cement wall on I- Driving, $220. _, I~." as well as the HelpLivingston called with a reck- 90 at mm 350. They wouldn't let Editor's Note --- Sweet City Court :e~r ~(i0~n:ermaMe~t:a;nScPeOnrttd less and dangerous driving report on him get around them or fall behind Grass County Sheriff Dan Raymond Jackson, BigTimber, a vehicle at mm 387 on 1-90. It was them. The call was referred to Tronrud has stated his i Careless Driving, $70; Operating 459 [~aambulance. unfounded. Livingston. department does not disclose motor vehicle without liability ' Ills A man reported his neighbor's A woman reported a pick-up to the public all incidentsinsurance, 2nd offense, $370. ~! cows were on his place again, driving through the alley too fast. which are reported to it. If -Aman reported a one- A caller reported a vehicle bye- Awoman reported a girl driving you have personal knowledgeUpcoming Trials ~i~Ver 12 miles west of ken down on 1-90. She didn't know too fast by her house, of a situation which was Sept. 6, 9a.m. - State vs. Ik"'nere were four occu ants the mile marker or the color of the A caller reported a person lyin~ reported to the Sheriff's i Mitchell Asbeck, Big Timber, [~vehicle Th """ p -' along the side of the road two mi[~ office but is not included on r -" e cau was mvesu-car. The vehicle was not located. ! ~It~t~ Aug. 24 - A man reported there west of Exit 337. Park County was the following "Complaints"member.Chargedwithassaultnafamily reported a motorcycle were cows all over his place for the notified, list, please contact The Sept. 11, 9a.m, - Jury Trial - _~S: First Avenue and sixth time. The cows were,, doing A man reported a large item ' Pioneer at 932-5298, or State vs. Monty Maurice Jellison, !~ b Yet. An ambulance was damage and tearing the place up, he wrapped in blue~tarp in the middle of t e I e p h o n et o I I - f r e e Billings, charged with operating a ~e Was transported to the said. The owner of the cattle was in the road on 1-90 at mm386. He want- 1-800-253-4602. ~ then the Help Helicopter the hospital, so his friends put the ed it removed. The call was investi- motor vehicle with a BAC over .10. r~ him to the Billings hos- cows back on his property. The man gated. was advised of the fencing laws. A caller reported hitting a deer A man called to report another 11 miles south of Big Timber on man hit a bear on his way up the Highway 191. When he hit the deer, .2.0, A caller reported a car Boulder a little ways past Eight-Mile his air bags deployed and the radia- ~"~king on McLeod Street Bridge. He did not know if the bear toy was ruined. a'~~ the library. The fire was still alive or not. Later the bear Aug. 26 - Livingston called #~"ded. about a stolen vehicle on 1-90. There ~ll~ reported lightning strik- was reported to be dead. 3ervin~ Sweet Grass County since 1977 A woman reported a movingwas a car chase and Park County ~ll~Splace east of town. Reed truck hit a deer on I-90. took the driver into custody. The ~,~ called to get fire trucksA man called to say his dogs vehicle was towed. Hardy Trees, Shrubs & Perennials were in the house and were not bark- Wf~"~oSome Big Timber fire- A woman reported a U-Haul k,"i responded, ing. He could hear barking, so he truck with its flashers on near Montana Native Plants wanted io prove it was not his dogs. Greycliff. The vehicle could not be r~ltlillts~ Denver dispatch wanted a car located. Landscape Design & Installation ]~h~' 20-A caller who dialed 9- A woman reported a disabled ,~'3.up. When called back, the "sniffed' in Livingston, Plants Fully Guaranteed I/[i,~d it was an accident' m woman called about some vehicle at mm 371on l-90. problems she had in Big Timber sev- Two calves were reported on the ~* k',~. 21 A trucker reported he oral years ago and wanted to talk to Frontage Road. Messages were left ~t hit-a naked guy who was f~! in the median along 1-90 the Sheriff. She said it was in with several people to determine regards to a man who was in jail for who the owners were. A woman reported having been t {LPhngdale. The officer could about a month for growing marijua- I~!tc the naked man. ha. She was told to call back because ){~i 22- A woman reported she the Sheriff was not in. K. r that was already dead in ~fldle of the highway near ~er Loop. She wanted it to be ~ the road. The hazard was reported reflectors and a I had been run over on the Road. An officer respond- %k a few pictureS.ckedan reportedup a rockaonStateHighwavlawn ')i'~J__ \ tAliSSaMortgagel.eva. IJ.HomeHammond Home Loans for Happy Endings" r | Assistant Mortgage .... J ~., Ped~ bit hiSandbaCktalkeddriverto themWindand" ,51f,V.ik 771~ l Consultant Your local Wells Fargo Home Mortgage consultant excels at listening to your goals ] fklhim to file a complaint. ~ 1~t,ttaoutf.,t.e~ | 323 W. Park Street and helpingyou choose the best financin9 solution to achieve your dream.ln the } ~[ealler reported losing his j yo~ ~~ J! 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