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Page 10 PUp, LIC S00.FETV VCI]I (_CMMI INITV 1 r. "r - January 25, 2012 Jan. 23 2:22 a.m. - Caller reported someone had broken into her house within the last few hours and stole DVDs, electronics and jewelry, 1300 block of Nandina. Report tak- en. Caller preparing list of items. 3:25 a.m. - James Andrew Linder, 23, cited for driving while suspended, failure to carry proof of insurance, failure to renew registra- tion, failure to carry registration and failure to drive within lane, 22nd and Main. Vehicle impounded, 4:32 a.m. - While on the traf- fic stop in the previous entry, of_ ricer discovered stolen goods he believed to have come from the burglary reported at 2:22 a.m. on Nandina Street. James Andrew Linder, 23, arrested for first-degree burglary and additional charges were pending. Linder transported to Linn County Jail. 8:26 a.m. - Theodore Rynveld, 50, arrested for Linn County war- rant for failure to comply, 1343 Hawthorne St. Transported to_Linn County Jail. Jan. 22 1:49 a.m. - Officer located mail scattered in the roadway, 1100 block of Mountain View. Mail was determined to be that of the offi- cer's. Info noted. 2:32 a.m. - Jason Leroyce Anderson, 25, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of second-de- gree theft and cited with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school, Long and 22nd. Cited and released. 7:17 a.m. - Two callers report a horse running around Mountain Shadows Trailer Park, 1530 Tama- rack St. Officer responded and lo- cated horse and owners' address. The owners had a lead rope on the horse and were trying to get it back into its pen area. 4:48 p.m. - Caller reported that someone broke into location and stole approximately $10,000 in property, 100 block of Hawthorne. Officer responded. Subject was not able to give officers a description of what was missing. Caller asked to provide sufficient information to launch an investigation. Case pend- ing to determine if a crime has been committed. Jan. 21 1:07 p.m. - Dawn Marie Fisk, 48, arrested for third-degree theft and possession of a controlled sub- stance Schedule Three, 4880 48th Loop. Cited and released. Arrest was in connection to an incident where a subject allegedly stole pre- scription medication that had been dropped on the floor. 2:50 p.m. - Caller reported someone slashed two tires on his vehicle, 1800 block of Ames Creek. Report taken. Approximate damage was $100. 7:49 p.m. - Dallas Ryan Wom- ack, 16, referred to Juvenile De- partment for runaway, 1641 Long St., Sweet Home High School. Jan. 20 1:35 a.m. - Travis Earl Pressey, 33, arrested on Sweet Home war- rant for failure to appear on original charge of interfering with a police officer, Elm and llth. Cited and re- leased. 2:42 a.m. - David James Ka- marec, 16, referred to Juvenile De- partment for curfew violation, 2200 block of Long. Released to guard- ian. 1:52 p.m. - Caller reported someone ran over her husband's foot while he was in the crosswalk. The driver did not stop, but the call- er had a description of the vehicle, a red sedan driven by an older male, Clark Mill and Main. Report taken. 11:21 p.m. - Dustyn Lee Bar- cus, 35, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to appear on original charge of third-degree theft, 1501 Main St., Speedee Mart. Cited and released. Jan. 19 7:01 a.m. - Daniel Keith Fol- lett, 20, arrested on Sweet Home warrant for failure to comply on original charge of second-degree criminal trespass, Albany. Cited and released. 12:08 p.m. - Gilbert Alonzo Martinez, 36, arrested on Linn County warrant for failure to com- ply on original charge of second- degree disorderly conduct (owes l0 days in jail), Ames Creek and Mountain View. Transported to Linn County Jail. 5:50 p.m. - James Andrew See Safety, page 11 By Dave Bauer Contest Director We had another great weig h- in Saturday morning followed up with a discussion on proper eating! Weigh-ins will continue at the high r with gdlted :hioken, olives, sun-dried tomatoes. I mushrooms, orfed onions I Cranberry Almond Chicken Salad- with grill chicken dried cranrries, toasted almonds and red onion I Pair with calorie free Diet A&W Root Beer I or our freshly brewed iced teal L10__10 MAIN STREET ! 541-367-4893 Autrr.00 FooD" i IIII ll i Ili I i i I i i l l I l l I I I I H I? I R 6 STEVIA OMEGA 3S WHOLE GRAINS RECOVERY SUPPLEMENTS MULTI-VITAMINS LK FOOD ITEMS ON HAND 1101 MAIN ST. 541-367-6614 school cafeteria at 9 a.m., followed by a free educational seminar OPEN TO THE PUBLIC at 9:30. Fifty fourcontestants weighed in with atotal of 211 pounds lost. 41 contestants had a weight loss greater than 1 percent Only a few contestants had a gain. High- est percentage weight loss for the men was Joseph Ciullo at 4.2 per- cent! For the women it was Sandy Putney also at 4.2 percent! Our top team this week was the "Red Team" at 2.7 percent. GREAT JOB to all of our contes- tants (and those of you who may be following .in their footsteps)! Vicki Bauer, a-local personal trainer for Steelhead Fitness, held a Q & A session with the group about proper eating including por- tion sizes, food prep, meal plan- ning, and nutrient combinations. There were a lot of good jour- nals this week. Glad to see so many people taking advantage of technology and use those website calorie counters to help them with their progress The favorite seems to be myfitnesspal.com. If you are curious about this and other help- ful websites, go to the Lose for Life page on facebook or link out to it by clicking on the Lose for Life logo at www.steelheadsnf.net I wanted to share thoughts from a couple of the contestants: "1 am 53 years old and my story of weight loss has been a life-long endeavor for me. I have lost a large amount of weight sev- eral times in my life. The times I have, I can say has provided me with some of the most happy expe- riences of my life. I felt better about myself and was able to do more active things with my family. "1 have often thought if there was one thing about myself that I wish I could overcome, it would be my weight problem. I came to the point some time ago that I realized it is an addiction for me. "1 overeat for lots of reasons: love of food, stress, boredom, and a temporary feeling of satisfaction that it gves me. Years of bad hab- its and poor choices have gotten me to where I am. I am feeling things in my body that tells me that it is time to com- mit to a program that will put me on the road to better health and fitness. I am thankful for my daughter. who has encouraged me to com- pete in this fitness competition. It is a short period of time that I am hoping will put me on a different road physically than I am. "It has been a good week for me. My wife and I have both supported each other and done well and feel very good about the choice we have made. I have kept my calories at 1,200- 1,500 and been to the gym three nights and been more active at work. Already in just one week I am feeling more energy and am feeling better about myself." ~ Art Funk "This week was one to evalu- ate, rewew, leam and practice. I had to evaluate why I want to lose weight- is it for the "right" reason? I also had to evaluate why and how I overeat. I had to review past fail- ures to determine what I had done right and wrong. "Thanks to Vicki and her Lose for Life group, I was able to leam a better way of meal planning I also leamed (much to my body's cha- grin) that I can do much more than I thought possible when it comes to working out/ "The practice part of the week will continue the length of this con- test and beyond. They say practice makes perfect. I will never be per- fect, but with everyone's help will sure be practicing! On to Week 2!" ~ CheryI.Hoerntlein This week's $50 incentive prize was donated by Serena of Trendsetters! Again, we want to thank all of our great local busi- nesses for sponsoring this contest! These are our sponsors: A&W Restaurant; All Star Pizza; Atti- tudes - Kelli; Bob Richards Auto; CTC; Cut Loose; Economy Drug; Farmers Ins. - Craig Fentiman; Farmers Ins. - Karyn Hartsook; Foster Lake Mall; Green for All Seasons; K&J Auto; Les Schwab Tire Center; Lilies and Lovelies; LinnCo FCU; Mr. Lucky's Deli; Oh My Massage; Oregon Jam- boree; Periwinkle Provisions; Rita's Relics; Santiam Chiro- practic; Serena of Trendsetters; Simply Chiropractic; Skyline Inn Restaurant; Spoleto's Pizzeria; Steelhead Fitness; Steven Han- scare CPA; Subway; Sunshine Espresso; Sweet Home Florist; Sweet Home Inn; Sweet Home RV Center; Sweet Home Sanitation; Sweet Home Trails SHEDG; The Coffee Hut; The New Era; The Point Restaurant; Thriftway; Trash to Treasure; Wells Fargo Bank; Wolthuis Family Dentistry. ! ili|il][[I]l[00[00]ri00lll]lT]00|[i/lll00lliilil11|]1011IIlliiliIliIllliil]i I] l l0000llilll00ll lii];itl!lll l,, T L '