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Cuba Free Press August 2 I, 2003---9A County Sheriff's Incident Report 2(}-Deputy Moreland of a stolen Il- ia the Cherryville stated that ear- he discov- trailer license missing from the where it had behind his resi- stated that he the trailer that the been issued to, but for the license entered into the COmputer as a stolen Walka re- a business located for a report of he arrived he was reporting party that she had a doing work for Was on the honor sys- into the store and other items. stated that she check on him and to be moved out Was staying on their a food bill was no where to 21-Deputy Walk a of a lost or stolen from a subject was last seen on of his 1997 Ford F- truck between July 9 p.m. and July 19 t.m. The plate will be Ito the computer as Sherman of an accidental at a residence on Road. was looking at gun when he ac- discharged a went through his The victim was helicopter to Chil- in St. Louis. was located along shell casing. Sherman of assault 2nd individual that re- Missouri. had told her that she had on him and he be- and starting hit- struck her on the then punched her area. was taken to Baptist Hospital i n and treated for her The suspect was ar- a similar incident inside the Sul- limits with the Moreland a lost or stolen Plate in the Cuba stated that about discovered that the plate was miss- white 1997 Ford I. Unsure as to exactly Where it was lost or stated that it was Sometime within the or four days. The for the license been entered into COmputer as a stolen More- and Young to a domestic dis- progress in the stated that he had an argu- residence and ying to leave, she is left arm with The female subject and stated not scratch her , and believed that he bhtained the minor he was in the their residence. did not wish to on his wife for assault. were informed Domestic Vie- law and the ex- r of protection. Grissom for an interfer- a child custody case Pending in the stated that the not let her see even through COurt order in af- report was for- warded to the prosecutor's of- fice for their review. July 25-Deputy Grissom responded to a residence off of Hwy WW for a theft report. The homeowner reported that a concrete statue was taken from the end of their driveway. July 24-Deputy Grissom took a theft report from a resident north of Cuba. The homeowner had his mailbox knocked off the ped- estal. The U.S. Postal Service was notified of this incident. July 26-Deputy Satterfield received a report of a possible ex-parte violation in the Bourbon area. Deputy Satterfield made contact with the reporting party who stated that her ex- boyfriend had met her on the roadway and then passed her and slammed on his brakes. The reporting party stated she believe her ex-boyfriend was attempting to make her stop in the roadway. Deputy Satterfield attempted to make contact with the suspect but was unable to until the next evening. The boyfriend stated that he was attempting to make contact in order to re- ceive money that was owed to him. Charges are pending in this case. July 27-Deputy Walk a was called to the Huzzah River Resort for a report of property damage. Deputy Walka arrived and was met by the reporting party who stated the follow- ing. He was camping at the Huzzah from July 25 until July 27 around 1:30 a.m. and 2 a.m. They were setting around the campfire when a white male subject who they thought to be intoxicated walked by the victim's truck and fell against it striking the right rear tail light with his head causing the cover of the light to break. They did not know the sub- ject and he left after that. It caused approximately $75 to $100 to replace it. July 28-Deputy Moreland took a report of property dam- age at a church in the Sulli- van area. The reporting party stated that sometime between 12:30 and 4 p.m. on July 27, some- one broke three windows out of the church's white 2{X}0 Dodge Ram passenger van. No suspects have identified at this time and the investiga- tion is continuing. July 28-Deputy Harlan has dispatched to a residence in the Bourbon area for a theft report. According to the victim someone removed a Stihl brand chain saw and Wizard brand garden tiller from an unlocked storage building adjacent to her residence. The property was valued at $300. A possible suspect has been identified and the inves- tigation is continuing. July 28--Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence south of Cuba for a reported ex-parte violation. According to the victim her husband had sent her three e- mails which is prohibited by the ex-parte order. Warrants will be sought charging the husband with violation of the court order. July 28-Deputy Satterfield received a report of a bur- glary in the Bourbon area. The reporting party stated that someone had entered the garage and taken a tool box with tools. Near the house was a barn where a small amount of lumber was also taken. The tools were marked with the victim's name and was gray in color. July 28-Deputy Moreland assisted the Division of Fam- ily Services on an emergency hot-line call in the Cook Sta- tion area. The reporting party stated that during tle previous night he and his wife had an ar- gument in the presence of their three children, during which she hit and scratched him numerous times. The reporting party also stated that at one point his wife retrieved a .22 caliber rifle from her car and told him that she could just shoot him. The reporting party con- tacted a friend who came to the residence and took the three children as well as the rifle that his wife had threat- ened him with. The reporting party's friend was also con- tacted and stated that this was not the first such incident and that last week the female subject shot several holes into his motorcycle during an ar- gument between her and her husband. Neither the reporting party nor the witness wished to press charges against the fe- male subject. Due to the na- ture of the report however, charges are being applied for her arrest for unlawful use of a weapon and domestic as- sault. Temporary custody of the children was also given to the reporting party. July 31-Chief Deputy Walls took a report of stolen license plate. The victim reported that they traded vehicles three months ago and a license plate for one of the vehicles was left in the glovebox. The suspect has been identi- fied and an investigation is on going into this report. August 1-Deputy Satterfield received a report of a stolen license plate on Argo Road. The reporting party stated that his 18,000 lb. plate was taken off of his vehicle. The reporting party stated the plate may have been taken at the Wal-Mart in Sullivan, but was unsure of exactly where the license plate was taken from. August 2-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence north of Cuba for a theft re- port. According to the victim she had recently received an in- surance settlement and she had cashed the insurance check and had the money i n her purse which she was go- ing to use to purchase some appliances. Apparently between July 31 and August 1, the money was taken from her purse, while in her residence, by a house guest who has been identified. August 2-Deputy Grissom responded to a residence north of Cuba for a burglary report and investigation. Deputy Grissom processed the crime scene which netted him several valuable pieces of evidence. A Kubota tractor was taken along with several motorcycles and a jet ski. Several possible suspects have been identified and the investigation is ongoing by the Sheriffs Department. August 3-Deputy Satter- field received a report of a burglary at a business in the Sullivan area. The reporting party stated that his office had been bro- ken into and vandalized. Several of the windows in the business were broken. The shop area of the business was also broken into and a stereo and speakers were taken from a semi-tractor. The approximate value of the windows were $500, but the reporting party was unsure of the value of the stereo and speakers. August 3-Deputy Satter- field received a report of a burglary that happened in the Sullivan area. Several tools were taken from the residence and the reporting party stated that only a few people knew that the tools were in the cabin. The reporting party gave a brief list of persons who could have known that the tools were at the residence. August 3-Deputy Satter- field received a report of a theft that had occurred on Hwy UU in Cuba. 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