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Cuba Free Press Missouri State Highway Patrol Report I of the Missouri State Highway Patrol one accident in Crawford County from 14 to July 20. accident occurred on 1-44 three miles east at 7 p.m. on July 15. westbound Chrysler driven by Karen 39, of Bourbon, swerved to miss a tire in and struck a 1999 westbound Ford, by David Glass, 57, of Okmuleke, Oklahoma. Glass lost control of his vehicle and it over- turned off of 1-44 and across the north outer road before coming to rest in a ditch. Nuno and Glass were both transported to Missouri Baptist Hospital in Sullivan by North Crawford County Ambulance. Both parties were wearing seatbelts. There were no citations. ford County Sheriff's Incident Report 21-Deputy Sherman with the Missouri State Patrol responded to fight in progress at a east of arrival they met with individuals who ad- they were the vic- incident and they to file a report. Three had bite marks facial areas, two oth- marks on their fore- and one subject was a fire. officers at the had located a )f individuals that to be involved. with the in- and checking them around the and face or marks indicate that they involved in an al- no marks or bruis- found. .subjects were ques- to the inci- that they altercation but were We're Fighting For Your Life. 22-Deputy Moreland of a dog bite in area. ]r;orting party stated ear old female that group was bitten wiener type dog group was forced to vehicle over due to The child was In the driveway of a when the incident and the dog owners at home. party stated concerned as to 'Or not the dog had its was later made dog's caretaker who dog belonged to Who had left it at her but she was sure not have it's shots. was to the child's Moreland of an assault at in the Steelville area. The victim stated that his wife whom he is separated from and her new boyfriend were at the campground with he and his wife's two year old female child. The victim stated that he approached his wife and her boyfriend who were sitting in a pickup truck and as he neared them, his wife's boyfriend put the truck into gear and tried to run over him. The victim stated that the front driver's side corner of the truck struck one of his legs but did not injure him. He wished to press charges on the subject for assault. A report has been forwarded to the prosecuting attorney's office with warrants being applied for. June 22-Deputy Moreland took a report of a theft in the Bourbon area. The reporting party stated that sometime between June 6 and June 14, someone cut the lock off of his storage unit and stole numer- ous items belonging to his family, which included an antique red velvet chair, crystal drinking glasses, gold plated silverware and four or five paintings. The reporting party stated that he had no idea as to who would have broken into the storage shed and stolen the items. June 23-At about 11:50 Deputy Young and Chief Dep- uty Walls responded to a do: mestic violence call in the Cuba area. Upon arrival Deputy Young arrested Brock Woodfin on an outstanding probation warrant. Woodfin was: also charged with domestic vio- lence 3rd, and warrants will be sought on those charges. June 23-Deputy Satterfield received a report of a vehicle that was traveling on Hwy E and Hwy 8 east in the Steelville area. The driver of the vehicle was reported to have struck his female passenger while enroute from this area. A short time later Deputy Satterfield observed the vehi- cle in the Steelville area and initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle. The driver and passenger were questioned and it was determined that no assault had occurred. The driver did state how- ever a small amount of mari- juana was inside the vehicle. The marijuana was recov- ered and the driver was is- sued a summons and re- leased a short time later. June 23-Deputy Grissom, along with Cuba Police De- partment Officers Mike Cen- ter and Stacie Mathenia re- covered a stolen vehicle near the Cuba baseball field. The vehicle had been taken the day before from a Leas- burg area Outdoor Complex. Cuba Officers Center and Mathenia lifted numerous latent fingerprints from the stolen pickup truck. Several possible suspects have been identified. The in- vestigation continues by this department. June 23-Deputy Grissom investigated a dog bite case which occurred on Highway PP, just outside Cuba city limits. A female subject was rid- ing her bicycle when she stopped to walk her bike up- hill. At this time she was charged by a large black Rottwieller dog which bit her on the arm. The owner of the dog was located and further investigation is ongoing. 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The victim stated that he had been at his sister's resi- dence when the suspect en- tered the residence and told him to leave. While the re- porting party was trying to leave the residence he stated that he was struck in the face. The next day Deputy Satter- field met with the suspect who related a different series of events to this officer. The re- porting party failed to relate that he had been told previous times not to come onto the property. June 26-Deputy Harlan received a report of property damage to a vehicle occur- ring just west of Steelville. According to the victim her car had broken down along side the roadside on June 25 and when she returned on June 26 she discovered the vandalism. The damage in- cluded scratches down both sides of her vehicle, punc- tured tires, cut valve stems, and yellow spray paint. A suspect has been identi- fied and investigation is con- tinuing. June 26-Deputy Morelan took a report of a theft in the Cherryville area. The victim stated that on June 24 he was visiting a friend and when he leR he forgot his billfold at his friend's residence. The victim stated that his friend's wife returned the billfold to him the next day but a check which he had written in the amount of $200 was missing from his bill- fold. The victim later learned that the check had been cashed at a bank in Bourbon by a female subject whom he does not know. He does not believe that his friend or his wife are in anyway responsible for the stolen check. June 26-Deputy Moreland took a report of theft in the Cuba area. The victim, who is the landlord of a mobile home park, stated that after a for- mer tenant moved out of one of his mobile homes about a month ago, he discovered that the ceiling fan, a General Electric washer and dryer and four windows were miss- ing from the mobile home. According to the victim, he contacted the former tenant who admitted to him that she took the items when she moved and promised to bring them back. However, she has not brought the items back to the victim at this time. A report has been forwarded to the prosecuting attorney's office and arrest warrants are being applied for. June 26-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence north of Cuba for a report of a domestic disturbance. According to the caller, a male and female driving separate vehicles had pulled over on the side of the road and were yelling at each other and then began break- ing out each others wind- shields. The subjects left the scene prior to the deputy's arrival however, the victim was later located when she reported the assault from her sister's residence. The victim had been struck in the chest and head but de- clined medical attention. Warrants will be sought against the victim's husband for domestic assault. June 27-Deputy Sherman took a report of unlawful use of a weapon from an individ- ual that resides on Highway KK. The victim reported that a male subject on a ATV had pulled into her driveway and pulled up to her residence. After a few minutes the sub- ject left the residence and went further down the drive- way towards another resi- dence. Upon the subjects return back up the driveway, the vic- tim confronted the subject to find out what they were doing there. An argument ensued and after a few minutes the subject left the area. Upon leaving the area the victim heard several rounds go off from a small caliber hand gun. June 28-Deputy Grissom took a theft report at the Keys- ville Cemetery. A grave site was tampered With by removing two small statutes from the grave site. The investigation continues by this department. Amedcan tlearl FULL HEARING AID CENTER FREE TESTING BRANDNAME HEARING AIDS & ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS DIGITALS, PROGRAMMABLE Licensed Hearing Aid Specialist - J.W. Kamper 35 years experience. On-site Repair or Free Loaner 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-tfn .1 Attention Area Business Owners and .Cuba Wildcat Sports Fans! Don't miss out on an opportunity to show your Wildcat Pride by helping to support the 2003-04 Wildcat Athletic Program and Cuba Schools Athletic Calendars. Cuba Free Press will produce the Athletic Program and Calendars this year. Sandy Morice will be contacting you soon about placing your advertisement in the program and calendars. Cuba Free Press will donate a portion of the pro- ceeds from the program and calendars directly to support Wildcat Sports. If you would like to be included in these Wildcat Athletic Department promotions, call the Cuba Free Press at 885-3335. Deadline is Aug. 14. Remember, these are the ONLY sports calendars and programs that help support R-2 Athletics and are fully endorsed by the Wildcat Athletic Department. Other calendar advertising may be sold in the area at this time, but it is not being done with the approval of the Cuba schools and does not benefit Wildcat sports. (If you have any questions concerning any Cuba sports advertising currently being sol!c;ted,contact Cuba High School at 885-2534. ,