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A2 SIDNEY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 Sponsored by Richland County LEPC, and USDA-ARS in Sidney. FOR DELIVERY CALL 433-1 971 710 S. Central Ave Sidney Open Tuesday through Sunday POLICE REPORT Sunday, Aug. 18 1:21 a.m.-- Sidney Police Department (SPD) responded to the 600 block of 11th Ave- nue SW in an attempt to serve an outstanding arrest warrant. Officers located the suspect and placed the individual under arrest. 8:14 p.m. -- Richland 4:58 p.m. -- SPD of- ficers responded to Vet- erans Park for a possible domestic violence inci- dent. Officers spoke with the reporting party who observed a male and fe- male arguing. Officers made contact with the male and female and warned them they could be charged with disor- Count Sheriff's Office derly conduct if the pub- (RCSO) received a report tic argument continued. of four shots fired near CR 133 and Highway 2 00.1 " Wednesday, Aug. 21 Deputies responded and~. 5:09 p,m~-- SPD of- asked Several neighbors ricers responded to the if they also heard shots. A few neighbors suspect- ed the noise to be fire- works. Deputies could not determine where the noise came from or what produced the noise. No further action was taken. Monday, Aug. 19 10:53 a.m. -- SPD of , ricers responded to the 2200 block of West Holly Street after a U-Haul lo- cation had received a trailer documented as stolen out of Nebraska. Officers took a report. 11:28 a.m. ~ RCSO re- ceived a call from Glen- dive Police Department about a black Kenworth pulling a flatbed trailer with drill pipe was re- ported as passing vehi- cle recklessly. Montana Highway Patrol was also notified. The responding deputy was unable to locate any vehicle com- ing into Richland County that matched the vehicle description. 4:58 p.m. -- SPD of- ficers responded to the 3200 block of 5th Street NW to serve an outstand- ing probation/parole warrant. Officers met with suspect and the in- dividual was taken into custody. 7:35 p.m. -- RCSO re- ceived a call from an out- of-state family member who believed there was a domestic violence sit- uation with a relative by CR 354 and CR 116 due to a social media post. Deputies responded and found there had been an argument but no physical altercation had occurred. 10:01 p.m. -- RCSO received a report of a hitchhiker on Highway 16 South who was block- ing the lane of traffic. A deputy responded to the area and couldn't locate the individual. Tuesday, Aug. 20 9:47 a.m. -- SPD was contacted about two people who were harass- ing each other on Face- book. They both stated the other one started it. They were both told to cease contact and no fur- ther action was taken. 2:51 p.m. ~ SPD of- ficers spoke with a com- plainant who stated they had received a call and text message about an out-of-state warrant that would be issued if $800 worth of Amazon gift cards weren't transferred immediately. Officers ad- vised it was a scam and to not respond. 100 block of 2nd Street NW after a burglar alarm was activated. En route to the location, the alarm company called to tell police it was a false alarm. Officers con- firmed the location was secure. 11:20 p.m. ~ RCSO re- ceived a call from a truck driver on CR 108 who had gotten lost. While he was trying to get turned around, his semi ended up jack-knifed and stuck. RCSO contact- ed a towing company at the request of the driv- er and assisted in get- ting the vehicle unstuck. Thursday, Aug. 22 1:30 a.m. -- An offi- cer with SPD was pa- trolling the 400 block of South Lincoln Avenue when he recognized a male subject who walked up to the Lincoln apart- ments. The subject had been permanently tres- passed from all pub- lic housing. The officer made contact with the suspect and placed him under arrest for criminal trespass. 3:46 p.m. -- SPD of- ficer responded to a call from the Burger King drive-thru and assisted a motorist in moving a ve- hicle out of the drive-th- ru line. FridayrAug. 23 10:33 a.m. ~ SPD offi- cers received a complaint at the Law and Justice Center from a person who was receiving ha- rassing text messages and wanted the person warned about their be- havior. Officers contact- ed the suspect and ad- vised to them to cease and desist. 11:58 a.m. -- RCSO re- ceived a call from a per- son in California who was concerned about their step-daughter travel- ing to the Williston area. The person hadn't heard from the traveling party since Aug. 20 when she was in Glendive. Local authorities were alerted, but no further action was required. 2:24 p.m. ~ SPD was notified of a motor ve- hicle collision between two vehicles in the Sid- ney Health Center park- ing lot. Upon investiga- tion, officers discovered one driver involved in the crash was coming to the hospital with a med- ical emergency. A crash report was compiled but no charges were filed. 7:16 p.m. -- SPD of- ficers responded to the 310 2nd Ave NE, Sidney MT 59270 Phone: 406-433-2403 www.sidneyherald.com editorC idneyherald.com KellyMiller Publisher Hadeigh Roth MuIU-Media Sales months will have the effect of reducing the length of delivery service otherwise covered by your payment. Months are subject to change without notice. POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: Sidney Herald 3102ndAve NE SUne,MTS 270 Single Copy l~ri(e $1.00 To sub~be~ call 406.433-2403 website: www.sidneyheraldcom Periodical postage is paid at e-Edition Only Week $1:29 Sidney, MT 59270 1Month $630 The Sidney Herald (USPS 495-760) b (kllsubscriptions payable in advance) published two times weekly, Sundays and Wednesdays, except when certain holidays fall on these days. In that case the publica~on will publish the day pnor. Sidney Herald is a member of the Montana Newspaper ~odation. Premium Issues: All subscriptions may include up to fm premium issues per year. For each p~mium issue, your account balance wiU be charged an additional fee "of $1.00 in the billing period when the section publishes. This wi result in shortening the leng~ of of your MII~ pe~d. ~ Issues 20195idneyHerald, scheduled for the 2019 months: March, a W'~ Communicationscompany 500 block of North Cen- tral when a caller report- edly found drugs in their ex's vehicle. Officers in- vestigated but were un- able to determine who the owner of the found paraphernalia was. No charges have been filed. 10:06 p.m. ~ SPD of- ficers once again broke up a group of teenag- ers hanging out in the old Reynolds parking lot on South Central. There has been an on- going effort to break up loitering in the area. Saturday, Aug. 24 12:40 a.m. -- SPD re- ceived a call originally for a missing person, but was later changed to a welfare check request. The caller thought his wife may be missing, but it appeared the woman had moved away. Offi- cers confirmed the wife was ok. 1:25 p.m. -- SPD of- ficer on patrol near the 800 block of South Cen- tral heard two males yell- ing and witnessed one male walking aggressive- ly toward the other. The officer intervened and found it was not a fight, but merely two friends giving each other a hard time. No further action was taken. 1:19 p.m. ~ SPD of- ficers responded to the 600 block of 9th Ave- nue SW where a parked vehicie had its driver's side mirror broken off. A crash report was taken. There are no leads at this time. 4:26 p.m. -- RCSO re- ceived a report of an in- toxicated driver near the Crane area. The respond- ing deputy located the vehicle matching the de- scription. The driver was arrested for DUI. 7:34 p.m. -- SPD re- sponded to a call about people climbing the light towers at Moose Park. Officers found a group of juveniles who said they were climbing the tower to look for their ball on top of the grandstands. They were advised not to climb the light towers again. 8:08 p.m. ~ SPD re- sponded to the Sidney Health Center ER for an animal bite. Officers de- termined the circum- stances were such as no charges were filed. 10:51 p.m. -- SPD of- ficers on patrol near the 200 block of 2nd Ave- nue SE saw and heard a male yelling profane language. Contact was made with the individ- ual, who continues to use profanities. The of- ricers gave him a verbal warning that he could be charged with disorderly conduct if he continued. Total dispatched calls: 275 Jail count: 20 LEGAL TIP OF THE WEEK BY ALEX CLARK, MONTANA LEGAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION Do you k ow your rights if you own your mobile home and rent the lot underneath? The laws for mobile homeowners who rent the lot underneath are dif- ferent than other tenants. When you own a mobile home and only rent the lot it sits on, you and your land- lord are covered by the Montana Residential Mobile Home Lot Rental Act. To learn more, read our brand-new article "Mobile Home Lot Rentals in Montana (FAQs)" on www.Mon- tanaLawHelp.org. If you can't find what you're looking for, try our smart search bar. Or call the Montana Legal Services Association HelpLine at 1 (800) 666-6899. Support free legal information for all Montanans at https://www.mtlsa.org/donate/. AROUND TOWN Wednesday, Sept. 4 Reese & Ray's IGA Barbe- cue, 11 a.m. -- 6 p.m host- ed by Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Tourism Business Im- provement District (TBID) meeting, 9 a.m chamber office. 14th Annual Bedding Fair, Liston Room at CHI St. Alexius/Wiliston Medi- cal Center, 7 a.m. -- 6 p.m. Proceeds from this year's event will go toward the purchase of a Zoom cart, which enables eas- ier transfer of patients. Thursday, Sept. 5 Chamber Leadership Task Force, 7-8 a.m cham- ber board room. 14th Annual Bedding Fair, Liston Room at CHI St. Alexius/Wiliston Medi- cal Center, 7 a.m. -- 6 p.m. Proceeds from this year's event will go toward the purchase of a Zoom cart, which enables eas- ier transfer of patients. Saturday, Sept. 7 Boys and Girls Club Color Race, Peterson Park (next to the lodge) registration at 9 a.m race starts at 10 a.m. Cost is $25 until Sept. 1, $35 after Sept. 1. Teams are $150 until Sept. 1, and $175 after. A free barbecue will take place after the run at 11 a.m. Call the club at 433- 6763 for more information. Bell Street Bridge Day, Glendive, 12-4 p.m at Eyer Park. Sunday, Sept. 8 Breakfast at the Moose, 9 a.m. -- noon. Bingo at the Moose, 1 p,m. Corn Hole Tourna- ment & Bingo Bash, Dip- N-Twist, Richey, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10 Melissa JeeI-Hart- men, Psychic Medium, private readings, 9 a.m. -- Sept. 11 at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11 Northwest North Dakota Semi-Annual Job Fair, Ray- mond Family Community Center, Williston, 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12 Sidney Jaycees meet- ing, VFW, 7-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13 Eagle Foundation Home- coming Tailgate, 5:30 p.m Sidney High School. 40 Below Comedy Show, Double Barrel Saloon and Casino, Fairview, 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 Dog Jog, Spring Lake Park, Willis- ton, 10 a.m. -- 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 Paint N Sip Sangria, Winner's Pub, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18 Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Ag- riculture Membership Appreciation Barbecue, Sidney Chamber, 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 20 Wild West Days Ex- treme Bull Riding, PRCA Extreme Bulls, Raymond Family Community Cen- ter, Williston, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 Stone Yellow in Watford City at Stonehome Brew- ing, show starts at 4 p.m. and goes until 8 p.m. Tick- ets are S35 presale and $40 at the gate. Ticket pur- chase includes entrance into brewfest/concert area. The event is 21 and over only. Eastern Montana Out of the Darkness Walk, Veter- ans Park, 9 a.m. -- noon. Registration for the walk is now open at afsp.org/ easternmt. Rescued and Reclaimed, Richland County Fair & Rodeo Event Center, 9 a.m. --3 p.m. Wild West Days Ex- treme Bull Riding, PRCA Extreme Bulls, Raymond Family Community Cen- ter, Williston, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 Glass fusion class, coral bowl, MonDak Heritage Center, 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 BBQ in the Badlands & Brewfest, Dawson Coun- ty Fairgrounds, Glendive, 1:30-7:30 p.m. Raptor Run/Walk 5k & silent auction, Dawson County Fairgrounds, Glen- dive, 9:30 a.m. -- 6 p.m. at our 15th annual community e-cycling event/ Call today for a quote! Michele Herres, Agent 216 S Central Avenue Suite B Sidney, MT 59270 Bus: 406488-2400 rnichele@herresinsurance.corn Please stop by and say, "Hff" I'm looking forward to serving your needs for insurance and financial services. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. CALL ME TODAY, StateFarm I Celebrating grandparents everywhere! 145 N. Main St Watford City City