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A2 SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER I5. 20l9 YOUR NEWS DISPATCH REPORT Sunday, Sept. 1 9:59 a.m. — Sidney Po- lice Department (SPD) received a call from Sidney Health Center (SHC) about a person who had dropped a hatchet on their foot. SHC is required to report penetrating wounds to law enforcement. 1:07 p.m. — SPD received a phone call from a person seeking a protective order. A noncustodial parent was concerned about their child being around a friend of the other parent. Advice was given for how to ob— tain a protective order. Monday, Sept. 2 5:30 a.m. Richland County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) received a call of a traffic hazard. A deer was hit on the southbound lane of Highway 200 North. Deputies responded and disposed of the carcass on the side of the road. 7:09 a.m. RCSO re- ceived a report of a moose stuck in a fence on High- way 16 South by CR 334 that appeared to be in- jured. Deputies went to the scene and dispatched help from Fish and Game, who took over the issue upon arrival. The moose was re- portedly pushed out of the fence. 10:08 p.m. — SPD re- sponded to a call at a pizza restaurant about a cus— tomer who didn't pay for their meal. The case was resolved when the patron came back and paid their bill. Tuesday, Sept. 3 8:06 a.m. — SPD received a call about a vehicle ob- structing the view at an intersection in Four Sea- sons trailer court. Officers responded and requested the vehicle be moved. 10:30 a.m. — RCSO re- ceived a report from an adult female who had been sexually assaulted. The lo— cationofthe crime was found to have taken place in North.,Dakota and the case was turned over to the proper authorities. 11:54 p.m. — SPD re- sponded to the 400 block of 3rd Avenue SW to assist a person who had fallen and needed help. 12:39 p.m. SPD of- ficers met with a person at the Law and Justice Center who was con— cerned they were a vic— tim of identity theft. The matter is currently under investigation. 7:51 p.m. — RCSO and SPD responded to a call from SHC about a person causing a disturbance in the waiting area. Law en— forcement talked to the in- dividual, who cooperated and calmed down. 9:23 p.m. — RCSO re- ceived a call from a resi- dence near CR 122 and CR CLEANING Pnooucrs : For Stainless Steel Glass mgr-Noni Enterprisesifi; Wholesale Distributors. 608 E. Main St. Sidney ' 433-2910 348 about a neighbor who was shining lights from a vehicle at them and play— ing loud music toward the neighboring property. Deputies arrived and were able to diffuse the situa- tion. The obnoxious activi- ty was ceased. 11:52 p.m. RCSO and SPD responded to a med- ical call at SHC, who ad- vised law enforcement of a shooting victim. The mat- ter is under investigation, but appears to be in the realm of accidental. Wednesday, Sept. 4 10:25 a.m. — SPD of- ficers responded to the 300 block of 4th Street SW for a welfare check at the request of a family who hadn’t heard from a rela- tive for some time. Contact was made and the person was found to be ok. 4:10 p.m. — SPD offi- cers responded to the 900 block of Lincoln Avenue on a report of an individual re— ceiving harassing texts. Of- ficers attempted to make contact with the harassing party. Complainant was advised of steps to prevent contact. No further action was taken. 6:44 p.m. — SPD, upon investigation of the shoot- ing incident from Sept. 3, seized the vehicle of the shooting victim, who was not overly cooperative with investigating officers. The vehicle was believed to be ridden in or driven by the victim and was seen on surveillance. Search of the vehicle is currently pend— ing a search warrant. 10:25 p.m. — SPD re- sponded to a local hotel parking lot on a report of a pickup leaking diesel. Offi- cers made contact and the matter was resolved. Thursday, Sept. 5 1:46 a.m. SPD of- ficers observed peo- ple in the amphitheater at Veterans Park which was closed. Four males were found to be playing Pokemon Go. They were advised of proper park hours. 6:19 p.m. — SPD offi- cers were dispatched to the area of 14th Street SW and 12th Avenue SW on a report of a tan or green SUV driving recklessly. Of- ficers were unable to lo- cate the vehicle. 6:31 p.m. — RCSO re- ceived a report from South Central Avenue of a hit and run. Some- one leaving the location backed into another vehi— cle. Deputies watched sur— veillance, found the vehi- cle and determined it had damage. The matter is still under investigation. Friday, Sept. 6 8:46 a.m. — RCSO re— ceived a report from a per— son who heard gunshots the night before around 11 p.m. near the trailer park on CR 133. Deputies checked the area but were unable to find anything. 9:54 a.m. SPD was dis- patched to 900 block of South Central on a report of two men about to fight in a parking lot. Officers spoke with one party, who said they were yelling at a coworker to go to work, but nothing physical had occurred. No further action was taken. 1:55 p.m. - SPD officers responded to an area hotel when housekeeping found drug paraphernalia in a room that was recently va— cated. The matter is under investigation. 2:29 p.m. SPD re- sponded to the parking lot of Sidney Apartments on a report of a vehicle hit with no witnesses. The matter is under investigation. 3:10 p.m. — SPD re- sponded to the 300 block of 4th Street SW on a com- plaint of a wallet being stolen. Two days later, SPD was notified the wallet had been found. Case closed. 6:54 p.m. — RCSO re- ceived a complaint of a brown Oldsmobile driving fast in Savage. Deputies were unable to locate the vehicle after checking the area. 11:34 p.m. — SPD re: sponded to a motor vehi— cle accident on the 2100 block of Sunflower Lane. A vehicle had crashed into garbage cans. EMS was also dispatched to the scene. Saturday, Sept. 7 12:41 a.m. — SPD offi- cers were patrolling the old Reynolds parking lot when they noticed an open door on the building. Officers found no one inside and contacted the responsible party. 10:57 p.m. SPD re- sponded to the South 40 on a report of a fight. Upon arrival, officers spoke with a number of people and one person was identified as the cause of the major- ity of the problems. He was asked to leave by the bartenders and officers es- corted him outside. He left without incident. 11:17 p.m. — RCSO re- ceived a report from a res- idence in Lambert about a vehicle causing a distur— bance on CR 122 and CR 329. Deputies patrolled the area upon arrival and were unable to locate the vehicle. Total number of calls: 289 Jail count: 20 Think Union Gateway,when you vote for your favorite local businesses in Best of Richland County! UGA UNION GATEWAY AGENCY, iNC. 203 3rd Ave NW, Sidney, MT 59270 Phone: (406) 488-4366 Fax: Words can never express our gratefulness and appreciation during the loss of our sweet Kyle. Thank you for the cards, flowers, prayers, food, and donations. We will never let Kyle be forgotten. Love, I The entire Garza Family, Rob, Cris, Syd, Troy and Bepkyfiarza, , ,. Tracie, Megan, and Shanna. “ ‘ COURT REPORT Monday, Sept. 2 — Friday, Sept. 6 Sidney City Court Cody Jordan Chris- tian, 22, owner permit- ting operation of ve- hicle without liability insurance, $250 fine. G r a n t D a n i e l Brunsvold, 29, driving without a valid drivers license, $250 fine. Conor James Curtis, 29, speeding, $100 fine. Lisa Marie Lervik, 50, fail to carry proof or exhibit/insurance in vehicle, $250 fine. Richland County Justice Court A n d r e w M a r k Dullea, 40, DUI first offense, $1,000 fine, 180 days in jail (179 sus- pended, credit for one day). Beau Alan Anders- en, 37, operating with expired registration, $50 fine. Owner per- mitting operation of vehicle without liabili- ty insurance —— second offense, $360 fine. Jamison Vernon Dean Miller, 19, basic rule — reasonable and prudent — first of- fense, $135 fine. Garrett Riley Basta, 21, owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insur- ance ~— first offense, $250 fine. Jimmy Wayne Elli- son, fail to follow con- ditions and require- ments of special per- mit, $100 fine. D a v i d R o g e r Levesque, 31, exceed- ing the max gross weight allowed any group of axles, $275 fine. Construction on East Holly is continuing to progress. All of East Holly remains closed from Cen- tral Ave to 9th Ave, but the intersection at 4th Ave will remain open. Flaggers are controlling traffic through the 4th Ave intersection. Delay times are expected to be minimal. AROUNDVTHE AREA Sunday, Sept. 15 St. Michael’s Fall Dinner, St. Michael's Catholic Church, Savage, 11:30 a.m. —— 2 p.m. Free will donation. Formal registration for re— ligious classes at the St. Mat- thew’s Parish Center, 310 7th St. S.E., Sidney at 10:45 a.m. —- 12 p.m. Contact Mary Quiroz 433-2510. First responders apprecia— tion dinner, Sharbono Park, Fairview, 11 a.m. —— 1 p.m. Barbecue pulled pork sand- wiches, salad and cookies. Free will offering, proceeds go to EMT and fire depart- ments. Sponsored by Fair- view Ministerial Association. Monday, Sept. 16 Sidney City Council regular meeting, city hall, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 Paint N Sip Sangria, Win— ner’s Pub, 6 p.m. Toddler Tuesday, MonDak Heritage Center, 10:30 a.m. Come in with your little ones and make art. Ages 2-6. Brief story time and then create beautiful artwork with your little one. Snacks are pro- vided. To sign up, call (406) 433-3500. Wednesday, Sept. 18 Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Membership Appreciation 203400 (406) 630-4433 Vote for us for Best in CUSTOMER SERVICE, Best Local Business and EAST HOLLY CONSTRUCTION UPDATE aFirstSource Fiogqer guided traffic is in place at 4th Ave. Delays are mrnzmal. Truck Traffic: Truck traffic will detour to C e n t r a I A v e and 14th St SE. Signage will guide truck traffic along the de— tour. A detour map can be found on the project website-z, www.mdt. mt.gov/pubinvolve/east- holly. For truck traffic heading to Sidney Sugars, Barbecue, Sidney Chamber, 11 a.m. Women’s Self Defense Course, MSU Extension of- fice, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Cost is $75. Contact Laura Finn or visit the Facebook event Page- Religious education class begins at St. Matthew’s Cath- olic Church. To register your child for classes, come to the parish center on weekdays, 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday or register online at stmattsidney.com, go to parish life - religious ed. registration under faith for- mation. A formal registration will be on Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Parish Center, 310 7th St. S.E., Sidney at 10:45 a.m. —— Svihmrg Phone: 406-433-2403 www.sidneyherald.com editor@sidneyherald.com Kell Miller Publis er Amy Efta Editor Harlei h Roth Multi—Me la Sales MelissaMarkwordt Multi-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 on these days. In that case the publication will publish the day prior. The Sidney Herald is a member of the Montana Newspape'r Association. Premium Issues: All subscriptions ' may include 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 will result in shortening the length of of your billing period. Premium issues scheduled for the 2019 months: March, ‘ May, August, November, 2019. These w: APPRECIATE: oun cus'roMEBSi BEST! Hardware Store. 310 2nd Ave NE, Sidney MT 59270 e-Editlon Only Week .............................................. ..$1.29 . lMonth ......................... .5630 406-433-2012 100 14th St, SE., Sidney CLICK HERE special signage has been put in place to direct traffic along the detour to Sidney Sugars. Non-Truck Traffic: A detour route will not be established for non-truck traffic during the cip- sures of East Holly Street. Motorists should utilize alternative streets during closures. 12 p.m. Contact Mary Quiroz 433-2510. Thursday, Sept. 19 Women’s Self Defense Course, MSU Extension of- fice, 5:30—8:30 p.m. Cost is $75. Contact Laura Finn or visit the Facebook event page. Friday, Sept. 20 Wild West Days Extreme Bull Riding, PRCA Extreme Bulls, Raymond Family Community Center, Williston, 7 p.m. I Hay Bale Decora‘tin’g’“.'si‘g- nup deadline. Private Mes— sage Marci Lynn Sondeno or Amy Conlin to sign up or if you have any questions. If messaging is not your thing, call Libby at Reynolds Market —— 406—433-2305 to sign up. Hermit months will have the effect of reducing the length of delivery service otherwise covered by your payment. Months are subject to change withoul notice. 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