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Page 10 VctJu ('_CMMIflIITV - lTe ra- April 11,2012 Photos by Sean C. Morgan Introduction to the Egg Hunt Children, ages 0 to 3, race onto the grass to find Easter eggs. The eggs, spreat onto the lawn at Sankey Park by Sweet Home Rotarians, contained goodies along with coupons for free treats at local businesses. Children through the age of 10 and their parents and siblings filled.the park Saturday morning. Hundreds of eggs were gone within a couple of minutes. At right, from left, Jacob Peterat, 4; Jayme Wagner, 4; and Kyle Peterat, 5, stop for photos with the Easter Bunny prior to lining up for the egg hunt. The Sweet Home Elks Lodge also held an egg hunt for youngsters. Photo by Sean C. Morgan Red-hot piano Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District Battalion Chief Ken Weld, left, and Sweet Home Police Department Sgt. Jeff Lynn examine a burned piano at 2210 Tamarack St. They responded to reports of two trespassers setting fire to a building. James Marcus Cornwell, 16, and Shawn Patrick Jeffer- son, 17, were taken into custody and transported to Linn-Benton Juvenile Detention Center on charges of reckless burning, first-degree criminal tres- pass, second-degree burglary and minor in possession of alcohol. FREE COFFEE 5:30-7:00am with purchase of breakfast ($5 minimum) MAIN STREET, SWEET HOME, Photo by Sean C. Morgan Old Holley fire Sweet Home firefighters prepare to extinguish a fire in a small outbuilding at 26883 Old Holley Road. They were dispatched at 8:11 p.m. to find a fully involved lOxlO structure. Firefighters were told that a nearby burn pile possibly spread to the building, but their investigation rejected that explanation. They had not determined a cause as of Monday. II Safety From page 8 and miscellaneous materials, in the past few days. 5:01 p.m. - Caller reported tailgate stolen off of truck while parked, 1500 block of Tamarack. Report taken. Tailgate valued at approximately $200. 8:32 p.m. - Stephanie Nicole Henson, 24, cited for driving while suspended, driving uninsured and failure to carry proof of insurance, 1500 block of Long. April 3 8:116 p.m. - Caller reported that he',r clothes were stolen from the apmment laundry room some time ago and now she sees another female wearing them, 2400 block of Long. Officer responded and took report for second-degree theft. 7:25 p.m. - Caller reported birth certificate was stolen, 1300 block of 45th. Report taken. April 2 10:47 a.m. - Black cow with tag on ear reported at White's Electronics, 1000 block of Pleasant Valley. Owner was located, and steer was returned to pasture. 8:25 p.m. - Caller reported someone shooting off fireworks, railroad tracks and Clark Mill. Officer responded. Unable to locate. March 31 12:59 p.m. - Caller reported that two males stopped by looking for another male, who was not there. The caller reported they put three dents in the side of the other male's pickup then left, spinning out and leaving ruts in the yard, 25900 block of Old Holley. 2:43 p.m. - Caller reported the theft of a briefcase, containing titles to vehicles, a debit card, two ammunition magazines and miscellaneous receipts, from his residence, 200 block of 21st. Report taken. 9:35 p.m. - Caller reported a hit-and-run involving a red 1994 Ranger pickup that damaged a mailbox. Damage was estimated at $150.