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- July 25, 2012 VouR COMMUNITY Page 13 From page 12 $323. Jessikah Ann Harris, no contest, providing false information to a police officer, sentenced to 24 months probation, four days compensatory service, fined $795. Bryan S. Homer, guilty, deferral revoked for failure to comply, fined $190. Robert Glyn Humphreys, charges dismissed, two counts of telephonic harassment. Jay Lamar Humpries, charge dismissed, first-degree criminal trespass; guilty, second-degree criminal trespass, sentenced to 12 months probation, five days compensatory service, no contact with property, fined $295. Linda Lou Ivie, charge dismissed, failure to properly use seatbelt. Scarlet Sue Meredith, no contest, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $110. Laura Kennon Miller, no contest, violation of the basic rule, 21-30 mph over limit, in construction or school zone, fined $520. Jeremie Todd Pickle, charges dismissed, first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree disorderly conduct and second-degree criminal trespass. Theodore Rynveld Jr no contest, driving while suspended, fined $435, no contest, no insurance, fined $260. Keith Allen Smith, guilty by default, no insurance, fined $1,000; guilty by default, driving while suspended, fined $2,000; guilty by default, failure to carry proof of insurance, fined $1,000. David Edward Steagall, charge dismissed, failure to properly use seatbelt. Darian Michael Tooker, charges dismissed, failure to properly use seatbelt and no license. Colton James Ufford, no contest, deferral revoked for failure to comply, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $142. Garrett Rapheal Wenetta, no contest, deferral revoked for failure to comply, careless driving, fined $287. Christopher Louis Westbrook, guilty, second-degree disorderly conduct, sentenced to 24 months probation, fined $1,195; guilty, possession of less than an ounce of a controlled substance, fined $500. Regina Gray Wilson, guilty by default, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, finecl $1,000. RochelleArquette Zamacona, guilty, second-degree criminal trespass, sentenced to 12 months probation, three days compensatory service, no contact with Sweet Home schools, fined $395. June 7 Bradley Edward Amundsen, no contest, driving while suspended, fined $385. Mary Ann Bowman, guilty, third-degree theft, sentenced to 36 months probation, two days compensatory service, no contact with Chewy's, fined $260. Ashley Marie Coats, charge dismissed, first-degree criminal trespass; no contest, second-degree criminal trespass, sentenced to 12 months probation, two days compensatory service, no contact with residence, fined $445. Brandi T. Coshow, charge dismissed, possession of less than an ounce of a controlled substance. From page 1 numbers in the auto shop program from my understanding," Nichol said. The school's "economy" is its enrollment and the numbers of students taking classes. Nichol said he would contin- ue teaching construction trades, but he'll teach fewer Construction I classes. He's not certain exactly how it will play out. Chandler in June urged the School Board to restore or even expand the program, telling board members that he has taken auto shop students to skills competi- tions. He also wanted the board to make the program full time. Former students and family members signed a petition and wrote letters in support of keeping the program. "The high school really needs to maintain the three vocational programs we have," Chandler said. Many students do not attend four-year colleges, and these pro- grams help them rise above un- skilled laborers after they gradu- ate. "Everybody drives a car," Chandler said. "And the program really helps students prepare for life and a technical career in a lot of different ways." Freshmen need electives, he said, and he suggested adding a small gasoline engine class for them, something the school used to offer. Some freshmen are inter- ested, but they haven't matured enough to work on vehicles. Such a program would give them a chance to get started as freshmen. Auto I and II have about 20 to 22 students, while the average class in the program has a class size of about 16, Chandler said. Advanced classes are smaller. The program isn't going away, Supt. Don Schrader told the board. A couple of periods will be offered. To meet Perkins Grant fund- ing requirements, students have to be able to take four classes in three years, said Principal Pat Stineff. "We do think it's important," Schrader said. "It's going to con- . tinue. When we budget, it's about choices." There hadn't been a lot of in- terest in the classes, Schrader said Chairman Jason Redick said he has a freshman who would have loved any opportunity to ,be- gin taking auto shop classes dur- ing the 2011-12 school year. Dennis Barnhart 26 YEARS ELECTRICAL EXPERIENCE CCB# x946t7 Bonded & Insured Cell: 54[-409-8426 Home:54[-367-73o2 dcbelectricdennis@aol.com Bud Randolph Daniels, no "contest, exhibition of speed, fined $385. Alexandra Marie Dant, no contest, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $142. John Alan Decarlo, guilty, careless driving, fined $360. Derek Allen Delp, charge dismissed, driving under the influence. Rikki Danielle Door Hang, no contest, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $60; no contest, failure to register vehicle, fined $60. Maylene Gale Flanigan, guilty by default, driving while suspended, fined $2,000. Becca Kristine Fulbright charge dismissed, fourth-degree assault. Elizabeth Ann Hayes, guilty by default, speeding, 11-20 mph over limit, fined $500; guilty by default, driving while suspended, fined $2,000. Jennifer Mary Hermosillo, no contest, speeding, 21-30 mph over limit, fined $210. Brian Barry James, no contest, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $210. Matthew Shawn Perez, Michael Allen Shannon, no contest, violation of the basic rule, 11-20 mph over limit in school or construction zone, fined $270. Keith Allen Smith, guilty by default, driving while suspended fined $2,000; guilty-by default, no insurance, fined $1,000; guilty by default, failure to carry proof of insurance, fined $1,000. Leanna Made Stone, charge dismissed, failure to yield right of way with accident. May 17 Dustyn Lee Barcus, guilty, third-degree theft, sentenced to 30 days in jail, 36 months probation, no contact with Safeway or Santiam Drug, fined $560; guilty, possession of less than an ounce of a controlled substance; charge dismissed, third- degree theft. Kathrin Pauleen Bly, guilty by default, driving while suspended, fined $2,000; guilty by default, no insurance, fined $1,000. Dena Renee Childersl guilty by default, driving while suspended, fined $2,000; guilty by default, no insurance, fined $1,000. Michael John Elgin, guilty, third-degree theft, sentenced to 24 months probation, 10 days compensatory service, no contact with Thriftway, fined $260. Stacey Dawn Fuesler, no contest, failure to carry proof of insurance, fined $260; charges dismissed, endangering child passenger and no license. William Vernon Johnson, no contest, driving while suspended, fined $435. Scott Justin Kotara, no contest, speeding, 11-20 mph over limit, fined $110. Michael Anthony Pelletier, guilty by default, minor in possession of alcohol, fined $1,000. Kelly Prince, found guilty, 294 violations of public nuisance ordinance, fined $147,000, fined $500 per charge. Payment amount set to $35 per month. Lois Prince, found guilty, 294 violations of public nuisance ordinance, fined $147,000, fined $500 per charge. Payment amount set to $35 per month. Chrystine Lynn Sevems, no contest, speeding, 11-20 mph over limit, fined $110. Christopher Loi Standeford, no contest, no peddler's license, fined $500. charge dismissed, second-degree disorderly conduct. Police apprehend graffiti suspect Travis Earl Pressey, no contest, third-degreetheft, sentenced to 24 months probation, 10 days compensatory service, no contact with Mr. Lucky's, fined $260; no contest, interfering with a police officer, sentenced to 24 months probation, five days compensatory service, fined $560. Joseph Clayton Pritchett, guilty, misdemeanor driving while suspended, sentenced to 60 months probation, 20 days compensatory service, fined $1,060; charges dismissed, failure to carry or present license, interfering with a police officer, failure to drive on the right side of the road and third- degree escape; guilty, providing false information to a police officer, sentenced to 60 months probation, fined $310; guilty, attempting.to elude a police officer, sentenced to 60 months probation, fined $310; guilty, driving under the influence, sentenced to two days in jail, 24 months probation, fined $1,390. Charles John Rice, charge dismissed, reckless driving. The Sweet Home Police Department took one boy into custody and referred him to the Juvenile Department in connection to recent graffiti in the downtown area. Donald Terry Mohr, 16, was referred on two counts of second- degree criminal mischief in connection to two incidents, said Sgt. Jefff Lyn. Police were planning to take one or two more into custody as of Monday, Lynn said. "It came about from video surveillance in the surrounding area," Lynn said. "The officer did a fantastic job of just tracking down all the leads and interviewing person after person." Two children caught prank calling 9-1-1 Two children were located and counseled following more than 15 calls to 9-1-1 with false reports Monday. Central Dispatch at the Linn County Sheriff's Office reported to the Sweet Home Police Department that it was continually receiving 9-1-1 calls from young children. In one case, they reported that their mom was dead, said Sgt. Jeff Lynn. Officers were able to locate the two involved, an l 1-year-old and a 7-year-old, at approximately 3:45 p.m Lynn said. When officers located the two subjects !n the 1800 block of Kalmia Street, they also located some burning material in the brush. The burning material turned out to be toilet paper from a nearby latrine. Police issued no citations, Lynn said. Police counseled the children and released them to their parents. Information was to be forwarded to Juvenile Department, Lynn said. Our staff here at The New Era takes hundreds of photos at events, but. due to space restraints, only a select few are published! Come see what you're missing and have your favorites burned to a C.D. or have them printed by our friendly staff. 1313 Main Street, Sweet Home 541.367.2135