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The Cuba Free Press January 29, 2 004 --- 7A Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Report 26-Deputy took a report of damage in the Bour- victim stated that he W4fe had parked their Cadillac Fleetwood east of Bourbon attempt to sell the car about 8 a.m. on De- he was contacted by owner who in- him that several win- been broken out of rear window, as well front driver's side door and the rear driver's door window had all shattered and broken was discovered ly- the rear driver's side The Cadillac was in an undamaged on December 25 at P.m. No suspects have at this time. 26-Deputy took a property )ort from a resi- homeowner had found nails near his in the roadway. A has been identified investigation contin- 27-Deputy took a property dam- of a mailbox lo- of Bourbon.  reporting party stated December 26 af- p.m. and December 27 9 a.m. subjects un- damaged his silver at the end of his advised that the cost to would be between $25 27-Deputy took a report of and tampering with vehicle in the Davis- aad Dillard area. Victim stated that at p.m. a male subject her residence and on the door several she did not answer. watched the sub- her window and him walking toward 1993 Chevrolet Blazer, had the keys in the ig- subject got inside the then drove away at a rate of speed toward The victim con- the Viburnum Police and Viburnum able to locate the and stop it after a !SUSpect is also believed COnnected with another vehicle in the area also reported 27. vehicle, a 1982 GMC Was involved in an on Highway 49 about from the reporting residence. E. Thomas, 42, of was arrested with two counts tampering with a motor vehicle. He remains in custody. December 28-Deputy Walka took a report of theft of a mailbox north of Bourbon. The reporting party stated that on December 27 around 10:30 p.m. or so she heard out- side dogs barking and look- ing out and saw a truck at the end of her driveway. She further stated that she could see a male get out and look at the mailbox and then get back into the truck and drive away. She then got up to go into to town on December 28 around 1 p.m. and her mailbox was missing but the wood post was still there. She gave a quote of $25 to replace the mailbox. At this time there are no witness or sus- pect. December 28-Deputy Moreland took a report of un- lawful use of a weapon and property damage in the Steelville area. The victim stated that ear- lier that day he noticed two bullet holes in a real estate sign in his front yard near the highway. The victim then noticed a bullet hole in the east side of his mobile home which faces the highway. The bullet holes appear to have been made with a large caliber firearm. The victim named possible suspects. December 28-Deputy Moreland took a report of a burglary in the Sullivan area. The victim stated that she arrived home at about 6 p.m. and noticed that several lights were on inside of her house and the front door was not locked. The victim stated that the lights had been off and the door locked when she left home at 5 p.m. on December 27. Upon further investigation the victim noticed that nu- merous video games, DVD movies, an X-Box video game console, a Nintendo game cube video game console and several other electronic items were missing from the resi- dence. Some of the items had been purchased by the victim as Christmas gifts for her chil- dren. Entry was made into the house forcibly through a window. No suspects have been identified at this time. December 28-Deputy Grissom along with Bourbon Police Department officers responded to a business on Old Highway 66 for an alarm sounding. Upon arrival they discov- ered that the business had been broken into. A search for suspects met with negative results. December 28-Deputy Moreland took a report of stealing in the Cherryville area. The victim stated that she had recently purchased a dark blue 1994 Chevrolet Beretta for $200 and on either December 25 or December 26, she discovered that the Beretta was missing from the drive- way. The Beretta had been left unlocked with the keys inside. The victim has iden- tified a male subject whom she aquainted with as a sus- pect. He is sought after for questioning. December 29-It was re- ported to Deputy Dan Beer that a fence had been cut on the property of the reporting party on Highway FF in Bourbon. The incident occurred on December 27 at around 2 p.m. It is unknown at this time who the suspects are and the investigation is ongoing. December 29-Deputy Sat- terfield was dispatched to a reported domestic in progress. On arrival contact was made with the reporting party. An investigation revealed that the disturbance was the result of a civil matter be- tween family members. The 12 hour rule was invoked and one of the parties left the area a short time later. December 29-Deputy Sherman took a report of bur- glary and stealing from a church located on Highway 66 just outside of Bourbon. The reporting party advised that someone had pried open a window and had taken a Sony 5 dies cd player and a Windsor Bass guitar from the church. December 29-In the early morning hours, Deputy More- land responded to a call of a domestic and shots fired on Mound Ridge Road in the southern part of the county. The victim reported an ar- gument between her and a subject that rents her base- ment. During the argument the male suspect reportedly fired a shot at the female victim inside the house. The victim and her boy- friend were able to escape the house and drove to the sher- iffs department. Deputy Moreland and two Steelville officers checked the residence for the male suspect and were unable to locate him. Deputy Moreland did locate a spent .380 shell cas- ing in the basement of the house. While Deputy More- land was taking information from the victim at the Sher- iffs Department, the male suspect called the victim on her cell phone from inside the house. Chief Deputy Walls was notified of the call at this time. Chief Deputy Walls and Detective Weber and Deputy Grissom responded to the scene on Mound Ridge Road. Upon arrival Chief Deputy Walls noticed a male subject at the rear of the house. When the suspect noticed officers he ran back into the basement area of the house. Chief Deputy Walls identi- fied himself and ordered the male suspect to come out of the house and speak to him. The male suspect came out of the basement and was taken into custody by Chief Deputy Walls. After questioning at the scene the male suspect admit- ted firing a weapon inside the house during an argument. A search was done of the house for the weapon to no avail. The suspect then admitted hiding the firearm outside. Arrested at the scene was Allen D. Bolin of Vichy, Mis- souri. Bolin was transported to the sheriffs department and warrants were issued for assault 2nd and armed criminal action. December 30-Deputy Sat- terfield received a report of property damage on Wright Road. The reporting party stated that someone had driven onto her lawn and run over her decorations. Upon arriving at the scene Deputy Satterfield observed tracks from the roadway onto the lawn, along with the damaged Christmas decora- tions. The damage was esti- mated to be approximately $4oo. December 30-Deputy Sat- terfield took a report of prop- erty damage in the area of Kitchen Road. The reporting party stated that at sometime during the night someone had destroyed their mailbox. The reporting party stated that the mailbox was worth approximately $50. December 31-Deputy Walka took a report of stolen license plates from a subject west of Sullivan. The reporting party stated that he was working on a friend's van that was parked behind his residence and that he noticed the license plates were missing off the van. He did not have any idea who might have done this. He stated that this happened be- tween November 25 at 8 a.m. and December 31 before 5 p.m, Men's Women' s Children's Winter Merchandise OFF 4P | Pastors Corner Pastor Mike Schultz, Cuba Free Will Baptist Church The Body of Christ Have you ever wondered what the body of Christ could accomplish if we really put our hearts and souls into it? Have you ever wondered what would happen in our community if the body of Christ really united and joined together for the overall spiritual benefit of our community? I have, and I have only been here for a little less than a year. I can just imagine what many of you who have been here significantly longer have thought and prayed about. When I talk about the body of Christ, I'm talking about every born again believer who has accepted Jesus Christ as his/her personal savior. When ! talk about uniting, I'm not talking about giving up our denominational (i.e. Baptist, Methodist, Charismatic) distinctives. But what I am talking about is focusing our goals and our purpose within our community on the one theological issue that none of us can debate against with any success. That being the lest-ness of humanity and the need for a savior as manifested in the person and work of Jesus Christ. When Jesus left this earth he left his disciples with the =Great Commission" (Matt. 28:18-20) which basically states that as God's people we are y... to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have com- manded you..." This is the primary purpose of the body of Christ, to share the gospel and lead the lost to Jesus. It's not about social concerns such as food banks, electric bills, and rent payments. Yes, these things are a part of the gospel message and ministry. They are vital to our community service, and must be supported. May I also add that as the newly elected president of the Cuba Ministerial Alliance, we have one of the finest ecumenically church supported social ministries that I have ever seen, and I've seen skid row in L.A.! I appreciate those churches, businesses, and the people in general who have supported this ministry, support this ministry, and will continue to support this ministry in the future. It cannot be done without your help and we are forever grateful. But the primary focus of the body of Christ is to Win the lost to Jesus. To do this takes all believers working together sharing this one common reality. The apostle Paul compared the Church to that of a physical body (1 Cor. 12:14 and following). He basically states that the foot cannot say to the hand I don't need you or the ear cannot say to the eye I don't need you but for the body to function properly, all must be working succinctly and doing their part. May I draw another close parallel? The Baptist cannot say to the Methodist I don't need you or the Lutheran cannot say to the Presbyterian I don't need you and neither can the Catholic say to the Charismatic I don't need you. If we're going to make headway in our community accomplishing the goal of bringing as many to Christ as we can before he returns, it's going to take all of us doing our part in fulfilling this "Great Commission." Have you ever wondered what would happen in our community if the whole body of Christ really united and got busy doing the Lord's work? As many people as possible coming to Christ. Wouldn't that be something? This space provided by The Cuba Free Pru| FULL HEARING AID CENTER FREE TESTING BRANDNAME HEARING AIDS & ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS DIGITAL & PROGRAMMABLE HEARING AIDS Licensed Hearing Aid Specialist - J.W. Kamper 35 years experience. On-site Repair or Free Loaner b.- ROLLA  CUBA SULLIVAN 700 S. Bishop 501 W. Washington No. 1 N. Outer Rd. East 573-364-8784 573-885-2280 573-468-4288 tmc-6/12-fin | III Reelect Lester (Les) Murdock Alderman Ward III Ready to serve you again My name is Lester Murdock and these are a few of the services that I have had the pleasure of providing for my community since 1966 when I moved to Cuba. School Board member 6 years, President 5 years Co-Chairman of Committee for 911 Senior Center Board Member President Chairman of Senior Center Neighborhood Assistance Program Emergency Preparedness Director Alderman 14 years includes one year as Mayor President of Board for 5 years Served in the following: Industrial Development Authority Meramec Regional Planning Commission ' Crawford County Fair Board Chamber of Commerce American Red Cross Ozark Solid Waste Committee Crawford County Extension Council Park & Recreation Committee Park Board Historical Society Natural Gas Dept. As Emergency Preparedness Director I attend the following: Meramec Regional Emergency Planning Committee (MREPC) State Emergency Management Authority (SEMA) SEMA Area 5 Meetings Conferences and meetings as scheduled Bioterrorism Response Plan Group C.E.R.T. (Citizens Emergency Response Training) Thank you for your vote Les Murdock Paid for by Les Murdock cfp 1/29 246 S. Service Road Sullivan, MO 573-468-6614 cfp-ss 1/29