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A2 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAY.jUNE 23, 20l9 YOUR NEWS LOCAL NEWS Crimestoppers wanted person of the wee, On May 22, 2017, a warrant upon information was issued out of Montana Seventh Judi- cial District Court in Richland County for the arrest of Derek Todd Adams for criminal dis- tribution of dangerous drugs- methamphetamine —~ by ac- countability, a felony. Crimes- toppers would like to remind everyone that it is a crime to knowingly harbor a person that is wanted by a law en- forcement agency. On May 22, 2017, the Rich- land County Attorney’s Office filed aninformation in Mon— tana Seventh Judicial District Court that defendant, Derek Todd Adams committed the crime of criminal distribution of dangerous drugs by ac- countability, a felony, when be promoted or facilitated the commission, solicited, aided, abetted, agreed or attempt— ed to aid in the planning or commission of the offense of criminal distribution of dan- gerous drugs when meth- amphetamine, a schedule lI dangerous drug, was sold to a confidential informant in De- cember2015. Derek Todd Adams, 43, white male, 5’11”, 195 lbs. with green eyes and brown hair. He has been known to live in the Sidney area, California and Idaho. He was born in North Carolina. Bond has been set at $15,000. It is felt that Ad- ams has left the Richland County area and may now be living in the Twin Falls, Idaho, area. If you know this person or where he is living contact Crimestoppers or your lo- cal law enforcement agency. This warrant can be served in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Mon— tana, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklaho- ma. If you have any information about Derek Todd Adams, you are urged to call CRIMES— TOPPERS at 433-6666 Mon- day through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. You may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. You can also contact Crimestoppers in Richland County anytime (24/7) by go- ing to the new Crimestoppers website at www.richlandcs. com then going to Submit a Web Tip or by texting the code CSRC plus your mes- sage to: 274637 (CRIMES). You can also contact the Richland County Sheriff’s Office at 406- 433-2919 or Sidney Police De- partment at 406-433—2210. Check out the Richland County Crimestoppers Face- book page. fib‘r’tfizilbfféiidéi update I fing offender address has been updated for Richland County. Ruff, Ronald Edwin, 58-year- old male Date of Birth: 08/1 5/ 1960 Offender Type: Sexual, Level 2 — the risk of a repeat sexual offense is moderate. Also Known As: Ruff, Ron; Ruff, Ronald; Ruff, Ronald E. Known Addresses: 803 S. Dawson, Fairview Registration Agency: Richland County Sheriff, (406) 433—2919 Record updated: 6/17/19 01:19:30 p.m. Physical Description Last Updated: 8/05/04 Race: Caucasian Hair: Brown Eyes Brown Height/Weight: 6'02”/ 190 lbs ‘ _,Scars,v.-~Marks & Tattoos: Chin": Contact lenses; Glasses (prescription); - “Blast €360" “MOI www.n' gain-n21; r :310‘2nd Ave NE, Phone: 406-433-2403 v Viral Miller‘ Publ r5 ' AmyVen‘n' Editor H ri i"‘hit th Mualtl-IgeyiaSalg Melissa Maritwordt Mold-Media Sales Periodical postage is paid at Sidney, MT 59270 The Sidney Herald (USPS 495-760) is published two times weekly, Sundays and Wednesdays, except when certain holidays fall days. In that case the publication will publish the day prior. The Sidney Herald is a member of the Montana Newspaper Association. Premium issues: All subscriptions may lndude up to four premium issues per year. For each premium issue, your account balance will be charged an additional fee of $1.00 in the billing period when the section publishes. This of your billing period. Premium issues sdieduled for the 2019 months: March, May, August, November, 2019. These STOP IN‘& GET FEE-APPROVED ... . . . . . . . . . ..Wecanhelpwifhyourno“, o . . . . . .t ~~~~~~ s — new home purchase or refinance! . ~ '- Real Estate Loan Officer 201 West Holly St. ' Sidney, MT 9 406-482-2704 will result in shortening the length of Montana Statute: Sexual Assault | Counts: 1 Victim: Under 16 year old Female Sentenced: 07/19/05 Montana Statute: Sexual Intercourse Without Consent Counts:1 Victim: 15 year old Female Sentenced: 07/14/1998 Anyone who uses this information to injure, harass or commit a criminal act against any person may be subject to criminal prosecution. 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POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: Sidney Herald 310 2nd Ave NE Sidney, MT 59270 Single Copy Price ........................ ..$1.00 To subscribe, call 406-433-2403 With the purchase of the paper, you can have free access to the e-Edition on our website: wwmsidneyheraldcom e-Edition Only 2019 Sidney Herald, a Wick Communications Company All rights reserved. 172454 May fire marshal report May 2 —— Extinguish hot spots from prior fire, May 16 Structure fire, county May 23 — Commercial fire alarm, city May 24 —— Commercial fire alarm, city May 28 — Commercial fire alarm, city May 28 — Commercial C02 alarm, city May 29 — Residential fire alarm, city county May 6 — Gas spill, city May 7 ~ Hot smell in business, city May 12 — Brush fire, county May 14 Shop fire, county POLICE BEAT May 14 Daniel Lee Harris was ar- rested for DUI, first offense. Bret Nelson Herron was arrested for habitual of- fender operating a motor vehicle. arrested for failure to have tail lames wired to illuminate with headlamps, unlawful possession of open alcoholic beverage container in motor vehicle on highway and DUI, first offense. May 16 Terry Alan Desjarlais was arrested for violation of conditions of release. Angelina Jaramillo was arrested for theft, third or subsequent offense. Joshua Michael Rank was May 17 Cullen Levi Anderson was arrested for partner or family member assault and causing reasonable apprehension of bodily injury in partner or family. Aletha Ann Hart was arrest- ed for failure to appear. May 18 Tyler W. Ashcraft was ar- rested for disorderly con- duct. Jodi Eileen Folder was arrested for failure to dim within 1,000 feet of on- coming traffic, failure to carry proof or exhibit in- surance in vehicle, first of— fense, driving a motor ve- hicle while suspended or revoked and aggravated DUI, second offense. SHERIFF'S REPORT June 18 Jason Carl Farlee, 41, Aberdeen, South Dakota, was stopped by Montana Highway Patrol and turned over to Richland County Sheriff’s Office after it was determined there was a federal warrant of him from the United States District Court of South Dakota for possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. He was incarcerated with no bond. Total Number of Inmates: 20 Communities in Action group meeting schedule Mental Health Local Advisory Council —— Last Thursday of each month at 1 p.m., Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center — Sidney Conference Room Active Richland County (ARC) ——- Third Tuesday of each month at 12 p.m., Community Services Building Rm.202 Nutrition Coalition Second Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m., Reynolds Market Conference Room Volunteers in Action — schedule tentative — usually at Community Services Building Rm. 201 Cancer Coalition —— Second Thursday of each month at 9 am. Emergency Room Conference Room at Sidney Health Center Chronic Disease Coalition —— Last Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m., Community Services Building Rm 202 Northeast Montana Veterans Services Committee — Every fourth Tuesday at 1 p.m., Roosevelt County MSU Extension Office Partnership for Promise — Second Thursday of each month at 10 a.m., Community Services Building Rm 201 DUI Task Force/ Injury Prevention — Meets quarterly (every three months), second Thursday of month at 1 p.m., in Community Services Building Rm. 201. Steering Committee where all action groups are represented and report progress on the strategic plan is held once a month, second Thursday of each month at 2:30 p.m., in Community Services Building Rm. 202. AROUND THE AREA Sunday, June 23 Open shooting, 3 p.m., at Sidney Trap Club, 12598 Hwy 16N, Sidney, MT. For ques- tions call Leann at 406—480- 5594. Williston Cowboys Drum and Bugle Corps, Missou— ri-Yellowstone Confluence In- tral Standard Time. 1 Lions Trap Shoot/Fundrais- er, 11 a.m., Sidney Trap Club, the third annual competitive shoot will start with 9 am. registration and practice rounds. Free beginner in— struction for ages 10 and up all day. Gun, grill and meat raffles, lunch available. For details, call George at 480- 1236. Monday, June 24 Summer Art Camp, Mon- Dak Heritage Center, ages 6-8, begins for the week. Dai- ly at 9 am. — 12 p.m. Cost is $50 for nonmembers and $45 for members, space is limited. Call 433-3500 for more infor- mation or to sign up. Money 101, Meadowlark Public House, Sidney, 6 p.m. A free educational opportunity to learn the principles of how money works for retirement, college funding and wealth ,Tlll’. Ell“ .llllllfllil building. Come enjoy a com- plimentary dinner and some surprising information about how to get ahead financially. Tuesday, June 25 Open shooting, 6:30 p.m., at Sidney Trap Club, 12598 Hwy 16N, Sidney, MT. For 48cm a Wednesday, June 26 Upper Missouri Valley Fair, Williston. June 26 —- 30, 11 am. — 9 p.m. Visit umvf. com for tickets. Safe Sitter course, Sid- ney—Richland County Library, 9 am. — 3 p.m. Cost is $20 and lunch is provided. Hometown Throw-down, Sidney. Sidewalk sales at downtown businesses. Thursday, June 27 Richland Red Hatters meet- ing for lunch, 11:30 a.m., Sid- ney Country Club. RSVP with Sylvia at 798-3882 or Marga— ret at 488—4613. Sidney CVB Task Force, 11 a.m., Sidney Chamber. Friday,June 28 Circus Saurus, 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Richland County Fair and Rodeo grounds. ASPHALT ng,r.p§5 '13,- t’ ' A‘éphfaltilllaintenance &iRepair"” Call us TODA i’ for a Free Estimate!!! -Asphalt -Asphalt Sealcoating ~l~lot Rubber -Crack Sealing -Line Striping -Pot Hole Repair -Patching ED IOhI‘I MCAI’N‘IUI‘ johnaitopgunasphaltcom 405-941-1008 We offer Military Senior Citizen Discounts. RECREATION FARM/RANCH 0 RESIDENTIAL 0 COMMERCIAL This move in ready home is an updated gem! Featuring a large master suite with a substantial walk-in closet and full bathroom. The main floor has 2 additional bed-rooms, 1 full bathroom, main floor laundry, updated kitchen with separate dining area.' The finished basement has a large family room, 2 more bedrme and another full bath-room, and large utility storage room. The attached garages are something to see. both heated and the 1 car is also cooled. With underground sprinklers, large fenced yard and back up generator this property has it all. USIIIIGABEIIIEAMMIMIWSE $355,000 What an amazing lind In Fairview! This home with an additional lot is waiting for a family to claim as their own. The house has 2.75 bathrooms. 3 bedrooms on the ’ main level and hasapossibility I of 2 more in the lumished daylight basement. Siding on a Shakespeare’s "Merry Wives of Windsor,” Veterans Memo- rial Park, at 6:30 p.m. Badlands Drifters Car Club 29th Annual Cars in the Park, Eyer Park, Glendive, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 29 Autism Awareness 5k run/ begins at 9 am. Registration ' can also‘be done at visionof— Badlands Drift‘ers Car Club 29th Annual Cars in the Park, Eyer Park, Glendive, 5:30 p.m. Shakespeare in the Park production of "Henry IV, Part 1," Makoshika State Park, 7 p.m. Sunday, June 30 Open shooting, 3 p.m., at Sidney Trap Club, 12598 Hwy 16N, Sidney, MT. For ques- tions call Leann at 406-480- 5594. ' Monday, July 1 Sidney City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. the first and third Monday of every month, un— less otherwise noted, at City Hall, 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday, July 2 Women's League, Sidney Puosusr Country Club, 5 p.m. Open shooting, 6:30 p.m., at Sidney Trap Club, 12598 Hwy 16N, Sidney, MT. For questions call Leann at 406- 480—5594. ‘ Wednesday, July 3 Williston Basin Speedway ,terpretive Center, 3 p.m. Cen~ iquestigmecalidaeannatrliw- walk. Registration begins at TNT Fireworks Show, Zstrong wwa a.m.ratv PetervsoanaricJR'acerrseriiesr-event (all ciasses), 7 p.m. Saturday, July 6 Rockin’ Ribfest, Williston State College, 10 am. — 10 p.m. Hosted by Williston Area Chamber of Commerce. Rib teams will be set up all ‘ day to prepare ribs for a pub- lic tasting at 4 p.m. Through- out the day enjoy food from vendors, craft vendors, kids activities and entertainment. American Red Cross Life Guard course, Sidney Svarre Municipal Pool, 9 am. Must be 15 by July 6 for.this blend- ed learning course. Sign up at the pool by June 24. Sunday, July 7 Open shooting, 3 p.m., at Sidney Trap Club, 12598 Hwy 16N, Sidney, MT. For ques- tions call Leann at 406-480- 5594. 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