Chillicothe Constitution Tribune

July 13, 2006

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Constitution-Tribune (Newspaper) - July 13, 2006, Chillicothe, Missouri Thursday July 13 2006 SHERIFFS REPORT 11 Chillicothe ConstitutionTribune 3ft the evening of July 10 in the case puty Reith responded to a Ihula for an alleged domes disturbance The D in ti L D partment conducted the in estimation and this led to tne arrest of a 38yearold C ula man for the alleged domestic assault He Was for merly charged in Livingston Cdunty Associate Court with Dfmestic Assault inthe 3rd ddgree and bond was initially at jLCSD staff has completed a criminal investigation into a reported accident that may have been an intentional assault on the west end of Third Street in June On June 13 a juvenile female reported having been struck by a pas senger car driven by a juve nile The investigation had several Witnesses and other people to interview and the report and statement of proba ble cause have been sent to the Liyingston County juvenile officer for consideration of On Monday the LCSD began an investigation into a report of theft from property in the 1500 block of Liv 251 Suspects are reported to have stolen a MTD model 500 log splitter Asuspect vehicle is described as a newer model club cab or 4door style pickup that iswhite in color and was occupied by two men Investigation is continuing at this time On July 4 the LCSD assist a family in Livingston County who was having prob with a person in their The suspect was allegedly intoxicated and rep prted having been assault ed in Chillicothe the previous evening Deputy Rinehart transported the individual to the Chillicothe Police De artment as he had told the offi er he had been robbed the nig it before Officers deter mined the suspect had not beeh robbed and located his had been stolen from his prop erty The ATV is described as a 2006 Honda TRX 400EX black in color The reporting person was recently theVictim where poured sugar into the gas tank of a different ATV Investigation continues LCSD officers are working on a criminal investigation west of Utica where a suspect has entered a residence after being warned by LCSD staff and property owners to stay away from the property A statement of Probable Cause is being turned oVer to Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney Douglas S Roberts for consideration of charges Last week the LCSD began an investigation in the Chula area over a reported stolen wallet which had contained cash personal identification and credit and witnesses have been inter viewed and the matter remains under investigation This week Chief Deputy Lightner assisted the Division of Family Services with a request to be present at a pri vate hearing at Office with a family situation During this time our officers noted a person not invited to the meeting burst into the meeting and the LCSD officer was required to escort the female from the building This week Sheriff Cox received a forwarded email from a local citizen where the attempted to scam our local resident The infor mation has been forwarded to the proper agency Last weekend the LCSD served a Livingston County arrest warrant on 21yearold Chillicothe woman for alleged class C felony ofpassing bad checks bond was initially placed at cash Last weekend the LCSD served a Linn County arrest f since been trajisportecls to a treatment fa order Last week the LCSD served a Livingston County arrest warrant on 44yearold Chillicothe woman for alleged assault in the 3rd degree This stemmed from an LCSD inves tigation of an alleged incident in Utica in midJune The woman has been released on bond Last week the LCSD began an investigation of a burglary and theft form a building in the 14000 block of Liv 251 The victim reported a quantity of items used the manufac tured home business as being stolen Investigation is contin uing at this time In June LCSD officers investigated a report of a shot dog in Utica The animal owner reported their pit bull dog had been shot and was found dead Officers have not been able to identify any leads JtiroOKjieJla for no valid drivers license bond was initially placed at On Monday evening Deputy Reith attended the Chula Town meeting and exchanged information with persons there Sheriff Cox was to have attended the Wheeling Town meeting this week to exchange information there regarding local issues Deputy Kurt Reith has been assigned to lead the Chillicothe Car Show Parade Deputy Reith enjoys spending time with the car show and organizers and continues to earn the opportunity of lead ing the parade The LCSD currently has 45 persons in custody This past weekend there were 39 persons who visited detainees at the LCSD Jail For the last week the LCSD E911 Dispatchers have logged 75 calls for service Mortgage rates decline for first time in five weeks WASHINGTON AP Rates on 30year mortgages declined this week for the first time in five weeks amid expectations that the Federal Reserve wont push interest rates much higher Mortgage finance company Freddie Mac reported Thursday that rates on 30year fixedrate mortgages slipped to a nation wide average of percent this week from percent last week Housing sales are expected to decline by around 7 percent this year as higher mortgage rates make home ownership more V chief economist at Freddie M4c expects only a gradual rise in mortgage rates this yearsd long as the Federal Reserve does not become overly worried about inflation The financial markets only one additional urtBrestrate hike by the Fed this year has helped spftenthe on long term rates according to Nothaft fhlS flhftll J 1 1 1 n frSfswaWftfT PUBLIC NOTICES BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW Proposed Amendment to the Constitution of Missouri To be submitted to the qualified voters of the State of Missouri at the Special Elec tion to be held on Tuesday the 8th day of August 2006 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO 1 Proposed by the 93rd General Assem bly First Regular Session SJR 1 Shall Article IV Section and c of the Missouri Consti tution be amended to A reautho ui upon voter nze for ten years the onetenth per approval of this measure in a gen cent tax for 1 soil and eral election held in 2006 or at a water conservation 2 state parks and historic sites and B resubmit Article X of this Constitution The expenditure of this additional revenue shall not be an expense of state gov ernment under Section 20 of Article X of this Constitution This Section and shall terminate after ten years following the effective date of this Upon voter this issue to a vote every ten years or at an earlier special election The proposed constitutional amendment continues until 2016 but does not increase the existing sales and use tax of onetenth of one percent that is set to terminate in 2008 The tax would generate ap proximately million annually for soil and water conservation ef forts and operation of the state park system special election to be called by the governor for that purpose the pro visibns of this section and shall be reauthorized and continue until a general election is held in 2016 or at a special election to be called by the governor for that purpose Every ten years thereaf ter the issue of whether to continue to impose the sales and use tax de scribed in this section shall be re submitted to the voters for ap proval If a majority of the voters fail to approve the continuance of such sales and use tax Section and shall termi nate at the end of the second fiscal year after the last election was held NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF CO CONSERVATORS Section RSMo 1983 STATE OF MISSOURI COUNTY LIVINGSTON ss IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROBATE DIVISION OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY MISSOURI in the Estate of DONALD RANEY Estate No 06L4PR00024 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OF RANEY A DISABLED PERSON On the 20th day of June 2006 Dorothy Raney and Michael Raney were appointed CoConservators of the Estate RANEY a person adjudicated disabled under the laws of Missouri by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Livingston County Missouri The business address of the CoConservators are Dorothy Ranev 5703 Hwy KK Chula MO 64635 and Michael Raney 4177 Magnolia Ave St Louis MO 63110 All Creditors of said disabled person are notified to file their claims in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court within six months from the date of first publication of this notice or be forever barred Publish June 89 July 6 NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE DARLENE HAWKINS REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT DATED AUGUST To all persons interested In the Trust of Darlene Hawkins deceased and Darlene Hawkins individually tf WHEREAS Darlene Hawkins died on May The undersigned Robert S Hawkins II is the duly appointed and acting Successor Trustee of the Darlene Hawkins Trust Agreement dated August the terms of which provide that the debts of the decedent may be paid by the Successor Trustee upon the receipt of proper proof thereof The address of the Successor Trustee is 1510 NW 6th Mineral Wells TX 76067 All creditors of said decedent or of said Trust are notified to present their claims to the undersigned Successor Trustee l within six 6 months from the date of the first publication of this notice or be forever barred Robert S Hawkins II TRUSTEE CHAPMAN COWHERD TURNER TSCHANNEN Box 228 MO 64601 Telephone 6606460627 ATTORNEYS FOR SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE Publish June 29 July 6 13 20 2006 JOINT RESOLUTION Submitting to the qualified vot ers of Missouri an amendment re pealing section of article IV of the Constitution of Missouri and STATE OF MISSOURI adopting one new section in lieu v ss thereof relating to the parks and Secretary of State soils tax I Robin Carnahan Secretary of Be it resolved by the Senate the State of the State of Missouri hereby House ofRepresentatives concurring certify that theforegoing is a full true therein and complete copy of Constitutional Amendment No 1 to be submitted to the qualified voters of the State of Missouri at the Special Election to be held on the eighth day of August 2006 In TESTIMONY WHEREOF I hereunto set my hand and affix the Great Seal of the State done at the City of Jefferson this 25th Section A Section article IV Constitution of Missouri is re pealed and one new section adopted in lieu thereof to be known as section to read as follows Section The effective date of this amendment shall beNovember 8 All laws inconsistent with this amendment shall longer oJMay 2006iiu main in full force and effectafter II effectivedatepf this section Allaf the provisions of Sections and shall be selfenforc ing except that the General Assembly shall adjust brackets for the collection of the sales and use taxes The addi tional revenue provided by Sections shall notbepart of the total state revenue within the meaning of Sections 17 and 18 of M Clerk of the Probate Division of Circuit Court of Livingston County Missouri Sandra Oswalt Clerk NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF CONSERVATOR Section RSMo 1983 STATE OF MISSOURI COUNTY LIVINGSTON ss IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROBATE DIVISION OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY MISSOURI In the Estate of EVELYN GLADFELTER Estate No 06L4PR00030 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF EVELYN GLADFELTER A DISABLED PERSON On the 13 day of June 2006 Sherry Parks Public Administratrix was appointed Conservator of the Estate of EVELYN GLADFELTER a person adjudicated disabled under the laws of Missouri by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Livingston County Missouri The business address of the ROBIN CARNAHAN Secretary of State For more Missouri 64601 All creditors of said disabled person are notified to file their claims in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court within six months from the date of first publication of this notice or be forever barred Publish June 22 29 July 6 13 2006 Clerk of the Probate Division of Circuit Court of Livingston County Missouri Sandra Oswalt Clerk tO Woman gets 21 months in dogcrate escape of convicted murderer ifor i Kan AP A prison volunteer who admitted helping a convicted murderer escape in a dog crate was sen tenced to 21 months behind bars Under a plea agreement reached last month Toby Young who ran a dog training program using inmates at Lansing Correctional Facility pleaded guilty to aid ing and abetting aggravated escape and introducing contraband a cellular phone into the prison She also agreed to pay some in restitution to the Department of Corrections for overtime and travel expens es During Wednesdays brief sentencing hearing District Judge Frederick Stewart asked her Is there anything you want to say She softly replied Coming into the Leavenworth County Courthouse with family and friends Young declined to talk to reporters As she was led away she looked at her family and friends and said Bring my bag Aft61 the hearing defense attorney Jim Yoakum told reporters As for remorse I know for a fact shes very sorry for what she did Ifor attorney said Young pleaded guilty she wanted to put the highly publi cized case behind her and that she felt it was a fair offer Shes not happy about going to prison but shes going to make the best of the situ 1 Yoakum said Shes owning up to she did and going to A RW arrest Young had p deal of heather and her husband filing for divorce Iri the agreement Young admitted smug gling murderer John Manard 27 out of prison on Feb 12 in a dog crate in the back of van she used as part of the Safe Harbor Prison Dog Program she ran at the peniten tiary since 2004 Manard serving life for a 1996 Johnson County murder during a carjacking was among the inmates she used as a dog train er Prison officials have continued the pro gram The two were at large for two weeks before being captured in Tennessee Manard is back in Lansing where he spends all put one hour a day in his cell Officials say he could have 10 years added to his sentence Yoakum said his client told authorities what she did was an irrational I dont think she can explain he said Under the agreement she could have been sentenced to up to 41 months in prison but prosecutors and Yoakum settled on 21 months Because Young receives credit for time already served Yoakum said she could be released within about a year She had been free on bond since pleading guilty Prosecutor Frank Kohl reporters he was satisfied with thodeal because we wanted to make sure she went to prison and did time He said Young faced separate trials on each charge and if found guilty could have received up to 76 months in prison She knew it was going to happen and sajv crate Ioade4 into the van and away they Kohl said She said as soon as V I 11 t f f1 y r iK i Vi i i i she got outside the prison she wanted to turn back and he told her it was too late they wont Meanwhile Department of Corrections spokesman Bill Miskell said the agency was satisfied with the outcome Prison officials said she took advantage of the trust she gained while running the pro gram to drive Manard out of the prison A guard at the gate who recognized Young didnt conduct a thorough search of the van before letting it leave the prison That guard was fired but later was allowed to resign Kohl said Young admitted smuggling a cell phone into the prison on Jan 31 Visitors arent allowed to carry cell phones beyond the reception area She just put it in her pocket and just walked Kohl said Investigators believe Manard used the smuggled phone to resort in rural Alpine where the pair stayed in a cabin He also arranged for the pickup truck in which they were captured The Safe Harbor van was found two days after the escape in a storage locker 10 miles from the prison 7 The two yyerei arrested Feb 24 about 60 miles from where they were staying as they tried to outrun police on Interstate 75 between Chattanooga and Knoxville Authorities said two pistols Young took from her home and a security box with nearly in cash were in the cabin They also said Young had purchased hair dye and a razor before the escape Call 6460340 Between and Visit us OIK the Web ;