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8A---May 6, 2004 The Cuba Free Press Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Report II  April 1-Deputy Har 1 an was dispatched to a residen- tial care center, near Bour- bon. According to the staff, one of their patients had taken an overdose of pain medication, which he had apparently taken from another patient. Upon arrival of the para- medics the victim was un- conscious and unresponsive. The victim was revived and airlifted to St. John's Hospital in critical condition. April 1-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a burglary report st a residence north of Cuba. According to the victim, someone had broken into her storage building and re- moved several cases of an- tique candy dishes, which she was preparing to auction. The suspects forced the locks on two doors in order to gain access. The property has an estimated value of $1,000. It is unknown if the prop- erty is insured. April 2-Deputy Sherman took a report of property dam- age from an individual that resides on Fann Road. The victim returned home to notice that someone had damaged his sidewalk and driveway by breaking some of the concrete. It appeared that someone had taken a pick to the driveway and had left numerous small holes in the driveway. On the sidewalk it appeared that someone had broken a hole into the concrete about one foot in diameter. April 2-Deputy Sherman took a report of property dam- age from an individual that resides on South Sappington Road. The victim reported that he had someone come to his residence to find out why his air conditioner was not working and they advised him that it appeared to have been shot with a bb gun. The victim advised that he has been having problems with one of his neighbors and that they might know who had damaged the air conditioner. April 2-Deputy Grissom took a report of trash dump- ing on a county road. Deputy Grissom recovered evidence at the scene of the dumpsite. Deputy Grissom quickly located the trash owner and issued a summons and the trash owner's friend a summons for littering. Deputy Grissom is search- ing for the other two suspects in this dumping so that they too can receive summons for littering in our county. April 3-Deputy Moreland took a report of property dam- age in the Cuba area. The victim stated that he was at a local business and had left his white 1994 Chev- rolet 1500 pickup parked at the business. The victim stated that an employee of the business came walking by his pickup carrying a pallet and the pal- let struck the side of his pickup, causing several scratches in the paint. The victim believes that the employee probably did not cause the damage intention- ally. The victim further stated that the owner of the business was belligerent to- ward him about the incident and claimed that he was not liable for the damage. A report was filed at the re- quest of the victim. April 3-Deputy Moreland and Reserve Deputy Keil re- sponded to a domestic distur- bance in the Leasburg area. The victim stated that she and her husband had an ar- gument over paying bills and during the dispute, her hus- band became very irate, push- ing her and poking her chest with his finger. The male subject also broke a mirror in the residence and he fled the scene in his vehi- cle before the deputies ar- rived. The victim did not want to press charges on her hus- band, but wish to file an ex- parte order of protection against him. A report was also, filed due to the violent nature of the incident. .," April 3-Deputy Grissom responded to a residence off of Possum Hollow Road for a domestic assault report. Two sisters-in-law had a verbal confrontation over a guy, which one of the sisters- in-law was dating. A report was filed and sent to the prosecuting attorney's office for his review. April 3-Deputy Grissom responded to a residence off of Huzzah Creek Road for a burglary investigation/report. A storage shed at a week- end retreat had been broken into and several items were taken including a White rid- ing mower and a Sears gar- den tiller. The resident is having its alarm system upgraded. April 3-Deputy Moreland took a report of animal ne- glect in the Dav- isville/Viburnum area. The victim stated that his neighbor has a very vicious dog, which runs loose, and earlier that day the neigh- bor's dog had attacked his dog in his yard. The victim stated that the dog's manner is also very threatening to him and his minor daughters and the dog once chased his daughters while they were outside play- ing. The victim did not wish to press charges on his neighbor but wished to have the inci- dents documented in a police report. The owner of the dog was contacted and agreed to keep the dog contained on his own property. A Special invitation for Cancer Survivors It.day for Life of Crawford Oou00ty Ju00e 11 f, 12 Hood Park Ouba. MO V RELAY FOR LIFE The American Cancer Society is preparing for the Relay For Life in your community. The first lap will be dedi- cated to cancer survivors. We would like to extend a special invitation to you to participate in this inspiring event by walking the first lap of the Relay for Life of Crawford County. An important part of the Relay For Li is the opening ceremonies. As part of this ceremony, cancer survivors are invited to walk the first lap around the track Survivors are asked to arrive at 5:00 p.m. to register and receive your survivor's t-shirt. A special recognition will be given to all cancr survivors who take part in this unique beginning to a hn and exciting fundraising event. Bring your family and friends to share with you in this celebration of life. There is still time to register a team and participate in the entire event ff you'd like. Please let us know if you would like to participate by completing the attached survivors registration form and returning it to the address listed below. We look forward to seeing you at Relay For Life. Name Address City State Zip Yes, I would like to participate in the "Survivors Lap" at the Relay For Life __Yes, I would like to form a team for the Relay For Life of Crawford County Please circle T-Shirt Size  S M L XL XXL XXXL Youth." S M Deadline to order T-shirt: May 5. For more information or to register, call or mail this registration from to: Tri-C Club c/o Kellie Reed, 225 Valley View, Cuba, MO 65453 573-885-4096 gkreed@fidnet.com If you prefer to receive your shirt prior to June 11, please contact Kellie. cfp-ss tfn 4/15 It's Spring Time! MasonRy Mareria[s & Renra has the materials you need to get your lawn or garden in shape! Prow, F,- Eed Mulch - 0025.00 a yd. Keystone Oarde, Wall Plock - 00I.19 I;dgesto00e Plock - *1007 Flagstone, Decorative Rock, Sand and other large varieties of landscaping products in stock. DELIVERY IS AVAILABLE Masonry Materials & 1201 W. Washington, Cuba, MO 573-885-0330 April 24-May 9, 2004 "The Catholic community supports more programs and facilities for the elderly than any other organizatiOn in the state." Helping others. That's what the Archdiocesan Develovment Appeal is all about. Each year the Catholic community unites to raise millions of dollars to help families, child'&i, the elderly, victims of injustice and poverty--the unborn. Those who are most vulnerable. Your participation will help educate, feed, clothe and shelter tens of thousands. ne Another As I Love ,iotl Please make a pledge at your parish this week[ Archdiocesan Development Appeal Archdioces of St, Louis Cardinal Rigali Center 20 Archbishop May Dr. St Louis, MO 63119 www archstl org PUBLIC AU Sat., May 8, 2004 lOa.m. Cuba, MO DIRECTIONS: 1-44 to Cuba exit, North Outer Road east (Hwy. P) 1.5 miles to 2619 Hwy. P, Cuba, Me. Folk LLC signs day of the sale. COMPLETE TWO STORY HOME -- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, knotty pine interior walls, cabinets, fixtures, newer furnace, :.. carport and much mOre. Buyer is responsible for removal and within 45 days. For additional queslions call 573-885- / 9067. Preview available Friday, May 7 from 3-7 p.m. or by appointment. Home to be purchased as is. COLLECTIBLES- FURNITURE - GLASSWARF -- Kenmore washer, K'enrnore electdc dryer - Sharp carosel i " microwave - Kitchen table with 4 chairs & 2 leaves - Veneer chest of drawers - 30" Whirlpool gas range - Premium fireplace glass doors. Antique recking chair- Vintage 5 drawer dresser- Cast iron lard press - Vintage pedestal sink Computer desk - Cane bottom captain chairs - 2 GE window AC 110v -Watl decorations- Cast iron skillets - Crock bowl - Pryex dishes - Gibson rose pattern dish set - Wooden pizza paddle - Mickey Mouse glasses - 2T' y TV - Ceramic geese. Metal servin with glass doors. Iron ashtray stand with a brass eagle - Solid wood cradle - Recliner. CD rack - Pictures" Games - Couch with recliner & hide-a-bed - Rubberrnaid. Cutlery- Shelves- Mirrors. Wooden highchair - center - Afghans - Sofa- VHS tapes - Sega game system. Small bread rack - Nintendo game system- a bucking horse - Doll clothes - Foosba[I table - 9 drawer dresser with mirror- Lamps - Corner shelf- Candles" Portable radio- Ornate candy dish - Sport bag- Back pack- Desk chair- Royal Crown mirror- Ornate frame' er - Ceiling fan light - Wooden rolling pin - Azberg Germany sherrie glasses - : - Noritake Japan lea set- Baskets- Pressed glass. Hummingbird feeder- Plant sland - Lot of small electrical kitchen appliances - Twin bed - Ceiling fan - Christmas decorations - Towels - Linen - Collector horse plates with a horse iron shelf - 5 drawer chest - Drapes - Pressure cooker - Brothers portable sewing machine - Cast iron betl ONE LARGE LOT OF PORCELAIN DOLLS, VICTORIAN. THEME. l '; ' ' LESTER PHILADELPHIA USA SPINET PIANO AND PIANO BENCH FARMALL CLUB TRICYCLE TRACTOR (res) - 14.5 HP 42" CUT AUTOMATIC DRIVE MTD YARD MACHINE RIDING MOWER - JOHN DEERE JS60 MULCHING PUSH MOWER (like new) EOUIPMENT - FARM BOSS 026 STIHL CHAINSAW - SADDLES TOOLS - MISC. -- Ford 501 7' sickle mower (res) - , .... 8' pull-type disc - Youth saddle - Two adult saddles- Chrome cow bell- Storm doors- 295/75R 22.5 tractor trailer tires- L!(, - ' ' Aluminum extensJon Iadder- Iron wagon wheel - Fireplace eel- Chain binder- Large squirrel cage blower - Paddle- 4 ::::::) ,  %  way. Lot of hand toos - Metal desk- Corne-a-long - Nuts & bolts - Stereo-  '1 L . ,7,;"  ; ;'f.l, Lawn chairs - Splitting maul- Cooler- Washer toss set- and too many items .  ' to numerous to mention. . , : AUCTIONEERS NQTE: Great bargain on a home. If you've been wanting that .... ::: , ..: extra shed or garage, here =s plenty of lumber and extras. Lawn mower looks ', . to be in great shape. Don't miss this one. Hope to see you there. ;v,-  Visit this auction online at: www, cubafreevress.com I TODD AUCTIONS LLC Email us at toddauc@fidnet.com Franky Todd, Mgr., Auctioneer 573-885-9067 - Monty Todd, Auctioneer 573-732-5664 Terms of Sale: Cash. Cashier Check. Personal Check with woper I.D. * Not Responsible for Accidents Lncheon On Grounds Sale Day Announcements Nullify Ay Printed Matter Photo ID required for nmber