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Page 10 Vour INITV - June 27, 2012 pUbLIc S rETV Summer Reading 2012 Dream Big ~ Read! Registration June 14 (3-5pm) or June 1 6 (I I am-3pm) Sweet Home Public Library 11(~13th Avenue I 541-367-5007 June 22 1:48 a.m. - Jamie J. Jiminez, 46, arrested on Sweet Home war- rant for failure to appear on origi- nal charge of third-degree theft, Gresham. Cited and released. 10:48 a.m. - Minor two-vehi- cle crash, 18th and Main. Drivers were Maureen Carol Conneely, 54, and Roxanne Alei Harvey, 39. Drivers exchanged information. 3:57 p.m. - Caller reported someone had stolen his wallet with credit card inside and the card had been used, 1100 block of 49th. Officer responded, provided case number to file with Albany Police Department. Incidents oc- curred mainly in Albany. 6:37 p.m. - Seth Daniel Fred- crick, 19, cited for careless driving in two-car crash, Main and Clark Mill. Second driver was Karen Lou Newberg, 64. 9:18 p.m. - Caller reported that someone stole $360 out of her car while parked at work, 1540 Main St Safeway. Report taken for unauthorized entry into a mo- tor vehicle and second-degree theft. June 21 1:26 a.m. - Veronica Lynn Schmidt, 22, cited for no license and driving uninsured, Long and 23rd. 10:57 a.m. - Jessikah Ann Irene Harris, 32, arrested on Linn County Jail. 1:44 p.m. - Two-vehicle crash, 1540 Main St Safeway. Drivers were Ashley Cochran, 19, and Harvey James Schartner, 72. Drivers exchanged information. 3:05 p.m. - Kenneth Leon Kennedy, 32, arrested on Sweet County warrant for probation via- - Home warrant for second-degree lation on original charge of pos- session of meth and Linn County warrant for providing false infor- mation to a police officer, 1950 Main St Sweet Home Police Department. Transported to Linn theft, Benton County. Cited and released. 3:23 p.m. -Fatal traffic crash, 4821 Main St Hilltop Market. Ve- hicle struck Wallace Lavern Cole, 93, of Sweet Home, while he was iiTi I ~::::::: ~ :::::::~:::::::, I I|1 II/1//I B!ll . lllm Friends ,tlePdd http:llbgcgreaters~ltiam' rg/camp'pdf "~~~1 o, :::: :::::::::::::::::: =:oo, Every Thursday: June 28-August9 ,E-mail Ch?~i!lt'!!s7~81eW!Sr;mcl.Ys~eltt-C2oLHei2:.us ask quePsitiCoknU,Pv~/Urnt~::tfi'~ nutP~Cokre:: [ xm-I A -Al rotn'la Aottvlglee l eld l ee lunah svslls,ble ]o~ ages 6-Sthgrade ~ NOW ~0~ Strap yourselves in and hold on tight fll preschool el' because this action packed summer is going to be kmd a,t, m / an unforgettable ride! 28028 Pleasant valley oad I 541-367 350 Sunday mornings at 9:30am beginning June 24th www www.communiiychapel.net I I I for all children ages 18 & under. July 2 - August 24, 2012 I . Lunch served 11:45 am - 12:15 pm at: I Sweet Home High School, 1641 Long St. " I Hawthorne Elementary, 3205 E.~Long St. ~!~ VIi ~ I "Oak Heights Elementary, 610 Elm St. I[~l~(/ '~ ~1 1 I Little Promises, 28028 Pleasant Valley Rd. IIi~ ~ I I Breakfast-8:30-9:30 am ~ I I I | Lunch 11:45 am -12:15 pm ~~I/ I City Parks, " ~ ~II I I Call for location: 541-367-8113 --" I Note: there will be no service July 4th or 27th This program is made possible by the federal child nutrition program called the Summer Food I Service Program (SFSP), USDA. For more information, contact Dianna Bondeson 541-367-7149 or L Judy Taylor 541-367-7113 ---, .I Kindergarten & Up: Wednesdays @ 10 am 6/27 - Dream Catchers 7/11" - Going Batty 7/18" - Walk on the Wild Side 7/25 - LEGO Fun Day * Space is limited, registration required. Preschool (0-5 years): Fridays @ 9:30 am 6/29 - Whoa! Whoa! Owls! 7/6 - Teddy Bear Stories 7/13 - Gorilla At Night 7/20 - The Singing Princess & Her soldier 7/27 - Stellaluna The Kids Konnection section will publish once a month during the summer. This section is for you to Clip Out and Save. It will give you ideas for what to do with your kids during the summer months. Kids Konnection will be in The New Era the lost weekof each month ~- look for it for fun summer ideas and events! I / / / 1 1 / / / I / riding a motorized scooter. Driver of van was Florinda Ericksen, 42, of Independence. The accident re- mains under investigation. 8:38 p.m. - Caller reported subjects sitting on a bench at 12th and Nandina smoking what ap- peared to be marijuana. Officer responded. The pipe was actually a flute. No criminal activity. No further action. 8:59 p.m. - Caller reported the theft of a backpack containing $15 to $20 in property, 1990 Long St skate park. Report taken. June 20 11:03 a.m. - Caller reported theft of TV valued at $900 from trailer, 4600 block of Main. Re- port taken. 9:16 p.m. - Caller reported a group of juveniles in the skate park lighting things on fire, 1990 Long St. Officer responded. No property damage found. Contact- ed a juvenile who stated they took the lighter away from another ju- venile, who had left the area. No further action. 10:04 p.m. - Caller reported that a female stayed the night at his residence and stole his and his children's belongings. Officer took report for theft. June 19 6:40 a.m. - Denise Marie Bonneville, 27, turned herself in on Sweet Home warrant for fail- ure to comply on original charge of second-degree disorderly con- duct, 1950 Main St Sweet Home Police Department. Cited and re- leased. 11:44 a.m.- Caller reported that her car had been scratched on the side and the door, 400 block of Seventh. Report taken. Estimated damage was $500. June 18 2:24 p.m. - Christopher Lou- is Westbrook, 20, turned himself in on a Sweet Home warrants for failure to comply on origi- nal charge of disorderly conduct and failure to appear on original charge of possession of a con- trolled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, 1950 Main St Sweet Home Police Department. Cited and released. 8:35 p.m. - Richard Guy Tagen, 23, arrested on Lebanon warrants for failure to comply on original charge of second-degree criminal mischief and failure to appear on a criminal citation and Sutherlin warrant for failure to appear on original charges of dis- orderly conduct and harassment. Transported to Linn County Jail. 11:50 p.m. - Paula Marie Gar- rett, 49, arrested on Linn County warrant for failure to comply on original charge of disorderly con- "duct (owes three days in jail), Highway 228 and Third. Trans- ported.to Linn County Jail. Info ation for I Safety report in The New ! I is drawn from local police and] [ fire g ncies. It is imp0 am I I to member nat that I we repo i meone ar- rested ited for mean are guilty. is only dete ned through the courts. Addresses listed typi- caUy indicate the location of incident or of the arrest, but sometimes ihdi ate