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A2 SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAY.AUGUST 4, 20 9 YOUR NEWS YOUR PHOTOS Send us your hometown hero photographs The Sidney Herald is looking for updates on our hometown military heroes. Do you have a picture in uniform? How about a family member going through bootcamp or change of duty station? We would love to feature them in our Military Spotlight section, which begins soon. Email: editor@sidneyherald.com Mail: 310 2nd Ave., Sidney, MT 59270 DISPATCH REPORT "NICOLE 10min feel that was right. Officers last seen between Froid and SidneyHerald were unable to confirm if he Culbertson. A lookout no- was a sex offender and there tice was issued to Richland July 22 was no crime being commit— County law enforcement. 8:14 a.rn. Richland County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) was no- tified of a stolen vehicle. It was .determined that the vehicle had been lent to a friend who had not returned it when they said they would. Since the caller resides in Fairview, they were told to contact Fairview PD but that RCSO would attempt to lo- cate the vehicle in Sidney. 9:05 am RCSO respond- ed to a suspicious person on County Road 128. A male was said to be acting strange in the area in a black Ford pick- up. When officers responded the vehicle was gone and were unable to locate the vehicle. Law enforcement spoke with the caller who gave a description of the male. No further action was taken. 9:46 a.rn. Sidney Police De- partment (SPO) was notified of a case of fraud. A caller reported that they were re- ceiving emails from someone wanting them to officiate a wedding and asking the complainant to send a cou- ple thousand dollars. Officers confirmed it was a scam and no further action was taken. 10544“. — Officers re- sponded to a two vehicle ac- cident in the. 00 parking lot. A crash report was filed and no further action was taken. 11:01 a.m. -- SPO was dis- patched to the Department of Corrections Probation and Parole to transport a proba- tioner to the detention facili- ty after being arrested for an outstanding warrant. 1:18 p.m. — 1160 was dis- patched to CR 347 and CR 119 for a welfare check. The caller owns the lot that a per- son has their trailer on and they were worried about the renter because they seemed to be acting strange. Offi- cers responded and were unable to speak to the male but spoke to a female at the trailer who said everything was olc 2:33 p.m. SPD responded to a suspicious person at the 1600 block of S. Central. A female was said to be hang- ing around the area refus- ing to leave. She was said to be wearing a red shirt and black pants. When officers responded they were unable to find anyone matching the description. No further ac- tion was taken. 5:31 p.m. — SPO received a call from a complainant say- ing that there was a man she believed to be a registered sex offender staying in a motel near a park and didn’t ted. No further action was taken. 10:22 p.m. — 11(50 respond- ed to CR 127 and Highway 200 North for a welfare check. Someone in charge of a storage unit north of town called and said someone was acting strange near the units. A female was said to be act- ing strangely and may be in need of medical attention and an ambulance was con- tacted. Officers responded and the female appeared to be healthy. The ambulance was cancelled and the female said that her vehicle had bro- ken down and just needed a ride. Sidney Shuttle was called for her. July 23 9:22 am. — SPD responded to a suspicious vehicle near the 700 block of 4th St NE. The vehicle was parked at a corner for half an hour. Offi- cers made contact with the driver who said they were just waiting for a friend they were supposed to give a ride to. The officer determined there was no suspicious ac- tivity and no further action was taken. 9:30 am. — SPO received a call from a local motel re- porting an odor of marijua- na in the hallway. Officers responded and spoke with the resident in the room near where the smell was coming from. The person de- nied having marijuana and allowed law enforcement to look in the room. No contra- band was found. That was re- ported to motel staff and no further action was taken. 9:52 a.m. 1160 was called by the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office to notify them of a death. Not much information was given to RCSO. 12:06 p.m. — SPO was noti- fied of a male trespassing at the Cattle-Ac. When officers arrived he had left. No fur— ther action was taken. 2:24 p.m. — RCSO was con- tacted by Sheridan County looking for a welfare check on two children. Earlier in the day Sheridan County PD made an arrest from a vehi- cle. Two children were left with their father and they felt they might be comihg to this area. Law enforcement was unable to locate the vehicle. I 4:12 p.m. — SPO received a report from a worker for child family services that re- quested a lookout be issued in the area for a father who was not to have custody of his two children. He was 6:52 p.m. — SPD received a call from a homeowner stat- ing that two of their firearms ad been stolen. Officer re- sponded to the complainant and the issue is still under investigation. 8:47 p.m. — RCSO received a call about a suspicious person at the MDU fishing access site. A male was said to be acting strangely. Law enforcement responded and the male said he was just waiting for his friend to get back from being out on the water. Everything seemed to be ok and no further action was taken. July 24 2:43 am — While on patrol an SPD officer observed a male passed out on the 100 block of 2nd St NE. The offi- cer made contact with the male who was heavily intox- icated and called the Sidney Shuttle for him. No further action was taken. 3:10 am. — While on pa- trol an SPD officer noticed a male near a vehicle parked in the lot behind Anytime Fitness. After making con- tact with the male, he said he was sleeping in his car. It was determined there was nothing suspicious and no crime. No further action was taken. 11:44 am. RCSO respond- ed to a two vehicle accident at 896 25th St SE. The acci- dent happened on private property. No injuries result- ed from the accident. An ac- cident report was filed and no further action was taken. 1:47 p.m. — 11(50 responded for a welfare check at Coun- ty Road 121 and County Road 352. The caller asked that law enforcement check on a relative who they were worried about because they hadn’t looked well the last time they saw them. Law enforcement made contact with the individual and they didn’t appear to be suffering from any medical condition. No further action was taken. 2:59 p.m. — 1160 was noti- fied of a female near 3150 S. Central Ave. in a white sedan acting suspiciously. Olficers made contact with the fe- male who said that her hus- band who drives truck had the keys and she was just waiting for him to show up. No further action was taken. 5702mm El-Irralh 310 2nd Ave NE, Sidney MT 59270 212 2nd St. SE, Sidney, MT Phoneo 406.433-2403 months will have the effect of reducing ' the length of delivery service otherwise www.sidneyherald.com by ,0“, payment Mom, Edit0f@51d neyherald.com subject to change without notice. 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BULLETIN BOARD Sidney elementary schools open house Central Elementary and West Side Elementary will be having their Back to School Open House on Mon- day, Aug. 19. Central School’s open house will run from 4-7 p.m. Kindergarten will be from 4-6:30 p.m. Parents may come with their children during this time to meet their teacher and bring their supplies. Principal Romo will talk to fourth and fifth grade parents at 5:30 p.m. in the gym. West Side Elementary’s open house will run from 5-7 p.m. Principal Vandall will have a short meet- ing with parents at 6 p.m. in the West Side gym. Don’t forget registration week is Aug. 6-8. COURT REPORT SidneyCityCourt Jason Carroll Davis, Jr., 25, operating without liability in- surance in effect first offense, $250 fine. Taylor Jacy Christopherson, 22, driving a motor vehicle while prilege is suspended, driving without a valid drivers license, $500 fine. Nathan Rudy Langwald, 49, operating with alcohol concen- tration of .08 percent BAC or greater first offense, $1,000 fine, 180 days injail (180 suspended). Robert Shane Brewster, 37, disorderly conduct, $100 fine. Obstructing a peace officer, $260 fine, six months in jail (six months suspended). Coleton James McIntyre, 22, reckless driving, $300 fine, $4,672.72 restitution, 90 days in jail (90 suspended). Leaving scene of accident, $310 fines, 20 days in jail (20 suspended). Brandon Allen Fuhrmann, 43, disorderly conduct, $100 fine. Criminal trespass, $110fine. Jonathan David Wenzel, 20, criminal possession of danger- ous drugs — marijuana, $500 fine. Criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, $510 fine. Alexandrea Irene Gardea, 26, criminal possession of danger- ous drugs — marijuana, $500 fine. Criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, $510 fine. A" Season firearms 8 MOIOI‘SIJOI‘IS 123 7th St SW, Sidney, MT 59270 22 Years of Service 406-433-6712 Leith Grant Bunn-Johnson, 26, disorderly conduct, $100 fine. Nikita Rhienn Roberts, 28, owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insur- ance first offense, $250 fine. Ridrland CountyJustice Court Shaun Cory Newsome, 33, DUI second offense, $1,000 fine, 180 days injail (173 suspended). Kenneth Gordon, 52, speed- ing on non—interstate, $25 fine. Operating with alcohol concen- tration of .08 percent BAC or greater first offense, $300 fine. Jonathan Tabor Flanagan, 27, driving without a valid drivers license, $200 fine. Speeding on non-interstate, $70. Travis Zane Rodgers, 29, op— erating a commercial motor vehicle without a commercial drivers license, $200 fine. Ex- ceed 34,000 pounds tandem axle weight limit, $2,000 fine. William John Willcutt II, ex— ceeding max gross weight al- lowed any group of axles, $175 fine. James Edward Dolatta, 56, operating without liability in- surance in effect, $250 fine. Enriquez Ricardo, 35, ex- ceeding max gross weight al- lowed any group of axles, $275 fine. Friends andfamily are invited to help Celebrate the 70th Wedding Anniversary for Jerry & Wanda Fischer on August 10th. y';:_:_ r It will be an open house at the y. : Shepherd of the Valley Church in Sidney from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm ‘i' Cake, coffee, and ice cream will be served. .1 Please do not bring gifts. A nice card would be great. Wanda is now 91 years of age, and Jerry, a former- inessman in Sidney for over 30 years, is now 90' years They would love to see all their friends on this very special occasion. 7» AROUND TOWN Monday, Aug. 5 Boys and Girls Club after school registration, 5:30 p.m., Lonsdale Center Clubhouse. These sign ups are for anyone that would like their children registered in the after school program ages kindergarten through fifth grade. Tuesday, Aug. 6 Summer Art Camp, ages 2—4, MonDak Heritage Center, 10:30 am. —- 12 pm, Tuesday through Friday. To sign up, stop by the heritage center or call 406-433-3500. Wednesday, Aug. 7 Opening day, Moe’s Smokin’ Grill, Elks Lodge, 11 am. Roosevelt County Fair, Culb— ertson, Aug. 7 — 10. Interagency meeting re- garding floods, lowering flood risk, flood insurance and the National Flood Insurance Pro- gram, Fairview Senior Center, 6:30 p.m. Representatives from the Montana and North Dako- ta floodplain and emergency management programs are co- ordinating to provide informa- tion for property owners who have been affected by floods or are vulnerable to flooding. Tips will be provided for com- munity officials and property owners about what resources are available to them to help lower their flood risk and as- sist in the long recovery road. Contact NFIP coordinators Traci Sears, 406-444-6654, or Di- onne Haynes, 701—328-4961 for more information. Thursday, Aug. 8 Sidney Young Profession- als Back to School Bash, Pizza House, 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9 Sixth Annual Sidney Sum- mer Intensive, Cutting Edge Dance Studio, Aug. 9, at 9 am. Aug. 11 at 5 p.m. Open to all dancers. This is a once per year opportunity to take class- es from three professionals from all of the country in one place. Email for more info: cut- tingedgedancestudio@gmail. com. Watford City Ribest featur- ing Joe Nichols, Event begins at 8 am. with a Boy Scout Pan- cake Breakfast. Concert be- gins at 8 p.m. Check out wat- fordcityribfest.com for more information. Chokecherry Festival, Willis- ton. Chokecherry is an annual Williston festival celebrating our state fruit and the accom- plishments of youth. Join for live music, delicious festival food, vendor booths, chil- dren’s activities and much more. Find more information on the Facebook page, @ ChokecherryFestival. 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