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The Cuba Free Press Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Reports 4-Deputy Grissom to a residence lo- of Valley Side Road disturbance i n involving a mother who is an adult, drinking heavily had made threats of violence against his her live-in boy- Grissom's ar- male suspect ran the woods. A search !Suspect met with nega- Warrants were for on the male sus- domestic assault. 4-Deputy Moreland report of possible drug the Bourbon area. reporting party stated or about March 30, he medium size pro- lying in a wooded property. had been painted One of the tanks signs of having con- anhydrous ammonia, :nt used in the of metham- drug agency was noti- removal of the tanks the reporting party's have been iden- this time. 4-Deputy Grissom to the area of Z for a property reported that his ue trucks had been by someone who rocks through the of both trucks. A j suspect has and the inves- IS ongoing by Deputy -Deputy Walka of a burglary between March 2 p.m. and April 5 ).m. atthe farm resi- of Cuba. The re- told me that sub- cut off a pad- his residence to gain the residence and Sears Craftsmen port- valued $250. He stated that he could anything else miss- or witness at further investiga- follow. 5--Depu Walka of a violation of order not in pro- a residence East off of Hwy FF. party stated March 29 after and March 30 be- ,ra., a white male sub- onto his residence 17-year-old daughter a full ex-parte order and stayed for ap- 7 hours. male subject knows has an order against came over anyway. subject paid the vic- $3 not to tell This report will be to the prosecuting office for his re- possible charges to -Deputy Harlan to a residence for a lost or sto- report. According to the victim, she had set her billfold on the trunk of her vehicle while she was putting her children i n the vehicle. She then drove off forget- ting the billfold was sitting on the trunk. She later located her EBT card lying on the ground on a nearby roadway but did not find her billfold. Also in her billfold was $30 in cash and her Missouri Driver's Li- cense. April 6-Deputy Harlan was contacted at the sheriffs department by a female who wished to file a report against her ex-boyfriend for violation of a full order of protection. According to the victim, her ex-boyfriend has been stalk- ing her and harassing her for several months. She had a list of dates and the times of the violations as well as what occurred. This information will be forwarded to the prosecuting attorney for his review and filing of charges. April 6-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence north of Cuba for a theft re- port. According to the victim a person(s) unknown broke into his storage building and removed a red Wheel Horse riding mower and blue Ka- wasaki dirt bike. The prop- erty was insured. There are no known suspects at this time. April 6-Deputy Satterfield took a report of a burglary i n the Leasburg area. A purse was taken from the residence with several per- sonal items inside the purse. A possible suspect was identi- fied by the victim. Deputy Sat- terfield went to the suspect's residence. The suspect then gave consent to search the premises. A thorough search of the premises was con- ducted, the items that were taken in the burglary how- ever were not found at this time. April 7-Deputy Grissom took a stealing report from a Cuba area resident. The victim reported that a surveillance camera was taken from a piece of property off of Highway PP. The camera, which was primarily used for photo- graphing wildlife, also was used for photographing people as well. April7-Deputy Moreland took a report of a burglary i n the Bourbon area. The victim stated that about 9:15 a.m. she discovered that the overhead door of her late husband's workshop was halfway open. The victim ex- amined the inside of the workshop and discovered several tools, including wrenches; a small propane torch and a staple gun were missing. The victim last saw the workshop before the burglary on April 6 at about 7:15 p.m. No suspects have been iden- tified. April 8-Deputy Moreland responded to several suspi- cious fires in the southern portion of Crawford County. i ! by Pastor Norman Heironimus I ;J 3esus Christ Foundation I  b. 105 S. Lawrence, Cuba :*i 1 rs exactly what Jesus said His followers should do: "Love your enemies," (Matt d," you might say, =do you realize what so-in-so did to me and said about me?" Says Jesus, "but I still want you to love them" (remember, love is primarily atti- |lion, not feelings. Otis person descdbed it as =having a concern for the well other person.") Q Apostle Paul says in Romans 12 to "Bless those who persecute you; bless )t curse" (v14) and "Do not repay anyone evil for evil" (v17). "Do not take- Y friends, but leave room for God's wrath, for it is wdtten: 'It is mine to avenge; ',' says the Lord. On the contrary: 'If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is b him something to drink. In doing this, you will heap burning coals o n his head."  Overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good" (v19-21). at's a tall order, isn't it? But it's not an order that the Holy Spirit cannot hen- key is (as Paul also says in Eph. 5:18-21) to be continually being filled with lrit through the Word of God and "Speakilg to yourselves in psalms and ;Spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord; Giving ings unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ; one to another in the fear of God." allow ourselves to be led by the Holy Spirit there is not as much OUr Sinfulness to exert itself. heed Paul's words in Eph. 4:30-32 to "Gdeve not the Holy Spirit of God, You are sealed unto the day of redemption. Get rid of all bitterness, rage and and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassion- each other, just as in Christ God forgave you." never be perfect in this life and always need God's forgiveness, with the we can always improve--if we want to. always want to. does not preclude holding people accountable and even having the law---including assaulting us. While Paul says in Rom. 12 he also says in Rom. 13:4 that the government "is the revenger to execute wrath upon him that does evil." Lord Jesus Christ be with you". (1 Cor. 16:23). c'(p 5/6 The reporting party stated that at approximately 3 p.m., he noticed five brush fires burning on different areas of his parents property. The fires burned a significant amount of acreage before per- sonnel from the Steelville Fire Department put the fires out. The reporting party stated May 6, 2004--9A that he suspects that two male subjects who once illegally turkey hunted on the property probably deliberately set the fires. The reporting party stated that at about eight years ago, he discovered these sub- jects hunting and trespassing on the property, and ordered them to leave. According to the reporting party, the next day he was confronted by the subjects fa- ther, who told him that his house could get shot, and his property burned. The report- ing party stated that there have been numerous fires on his parents property since then. No one was injured, and no structures were dam- aged. Investigation contin- ues. April 9-Deputy Smart and Deputy Walka were dis- patched to the area of Hwy 19 south and Hwy HH for a re- port of a fight in process. Deputies arrived in the area and met with the reporting party who stated that a sub- ject came up to him and stated he was going to assault him for calling the law on him. The suspect already had left the area. We took the vic- tim statement who stated that he wanted to press charges. The deputies then left the area and drove over to the subjects residence and made contact with him. He stated that he was not going to as- sault the victim that he stated he should have assaulted him for calling the law. All par- ties involved wrote out state- ments. This report is com- plete and will be forwarded to the prosecuting attorney's of- fice for his review. April 9-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence near Leasburg for a harass- ment complaint. According to the victim, a relative continues to follow The reporting party stated that someone had cut a lock off the door to his residence. The reporting party also stated that a window has been opened and the front door was left ajar by unknown per- son(s). The reporting stated that he as unsure if any items were missing at this time. An investigation is ongoing at this time, and a possible sus- pect has been identified. No matter who you are, we can help. 4,,. '?'L"' "'"'" i Bro. 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The victim was conveyed to Phelps County Hospital where she was treated and released for a contusion to the head. The suspect fled the scene. Warrants will be sought for domestic assault against the suspect. April 10-Deputy Harlan COME IN REGISTER! i Three Big Drawings. You don't need to be a customer to win. ! Register any child born in 1999 for a $500 savings bond and Deputy Satterfield re- i sponded to a resident near Register any Crawford Coun W graduating Senior for a float trip I Sullivan, reference to a report for 4. :; of illegal drug activity. i Investigation determined that the resident had a large Register for 5 GRAND prizes quantity of mushrooms that 1. Red Cedar Chest from Resource Recovery Workshop she was growing in her resi- dence that she claimed were 2. Western cedar picnic table Resource Recovery Workshop being used for medicinal 3. Western cedar umbrella table & 4 chairs-Resource Recovery purposes. 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