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~[I~ ~T~, ~r= - April 18, 2012 YOuR COMMUNITV Page I -I From page 10 and no property was taken. 8:35 p.m. - Danny John Kleiven, 54, arrested for two counts of fourth-degree assault, strangulation and harassment and on a Linn County warrant for failure to comply on original charge of third-degree theft (owes five days in jail), 1240 Nandina St. Transported to Linn County From page 1 prudent, especially in the light of Sweet Home's financial picture, said City Manager Craig Martin. "The reimbursement amount is significantly less than the cost the city is incurring to hire replacement officers for these positions," Martin said. "The cost of training for the replacement officers is estimated to be approximately $150,000." The council's decision re- quires Lebanon to pay half of the total amount within 30days and the second half within 30 days of the beginning of the next fiscal year, which is July 1. Present at the meeting were councilors Marybeth Angulo. Jim Gourley, Mike Hall. Greg Mahler, Scott McKee Jr. and Mayor Craig Fentiman. In other business, the coun- ell: Authorized the transfer of $42,000 from the city's General Fund contingency to the Parks Maintenance Fund. The city agreed on March 27 to settle part of a lawsuit with for- mer Sankey Park caretakers Timo- thy and Esther Piety for $20,000 for hours worked but were unpaid based on a previous practice of exchanging labor for rent at the parks. The city also compensated the current Sankey and Northside park caretakers with an additional $17.000. and another $5.000 was needed in the transfer to cover the cost of payroll taxes and continue paying the current caretakers for the remaining months of the 2011- 12 budget year. Held the first reading of an ordinance revising the city's vari- ance ordinance and a new ordi- nance banning the burial of human remains on private property. Jail. April 11 7:19 p.m. - Caller reported theft of bicycle sometime overnight, 5300 block of Poplar. Report taken. Approximate value was $40. April 10 3:59 p.m. - Caller reported male subject on the gravel road holding a handgun, 1400 block of Tamarack. Officer contacted male at his residence. The male said a strange dog was in his yard attacking the caller's cat. He chased it away and fired one shot that juveniles had moved ramps against the fence and were jumping over it and lying on Long Street, 1990 Long St., Skate Park. Officers responded and contacted a male who said he had moved the ramp and jumped. The officer counseled the male, and the male moved the ramp back. 7:56 p.m. - Clifton Woodrow Ellison, 29, turned himself in on Linn County warrant for failure to appear on original charge of unauthorized departure and Oregon State Parole Board warrant for parole violation, 1950 uninsured and failure to register vehicle, 1200 block of Nandina. April 8 6:44 p.m. - Caller reported he and friends were hiking, milepost 4, Highway 126. He reported three members of the party had not returned. Parties were located prior to arrival of search and rescue. April 6 5:11 p.m. - Caller reported theft of push mower and heater from shop, 41200 block of McDowell Creek. at the dog when it came at him. Main St., Sweet Home Policei M g? i He was warned and counseled Department. Also charged with vin about his behavior, failure to register as a sex offender, t Please call our clrculatl0n E 9:10 p.m. - Caller reported Transported to Linn County Jail. i departmentat E theft of scrap iron, 4420 Main St., 10:44 p.m. - Dustin James ~ /~ "7, , | O&M. Value was approximatelyCarper, 28, cited for driving ! ....... ,~!1~7/2~9~) .............. ! $300. Report taken. 12:55 p.m. - Brandi Trevyan Cashew. 36, cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, 848 14th Ave. April9 1800 925 0817 4:52 p.m. - Caller. reported that someone broke in on Saturday night and stole alcohol 0 ~e worth $1,000 and an airless spray it ;lln(l gun worth S2,500, 1200 block of Free Towing- Tax Deductible 'I ,.. u, 46th.6:19RepOrtp.m.taken._ Caller reported l ~ about a FREE 3 day vacation to over 80 destinations!l( ,,~,~ S15.00B. $19.49 5iL S99.OOPK5. 1602 18TH AVE. 541 -367-5174 AMERICAN iii "It keep the money in town" DawnMarie 4 & Sull More Space For Axt Lessons I Framing & Matting Studio More Art, Displays & Sales I :M~ Supplies 650 items in stock COME BY & CHECK OUT OUR NEW STORE! Spring is in the Air Let Us Help Get Ready To GO Spring RV Shakedown S Includes Running And Checking the Batteries, Water and Pro Great RV Service at Fair Prices Right in Sweet Home RV Center 4691 Hwy 20 . (541)367-4293 Stop In Today. Open 7 days a week. 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