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Roosevelt County 911 Calls For March 12, 2014

Editor’s Note: This is a partial list of activity the Roosevelt County/Fort Peck Tribes 911 Center reported for the previous week on the east end of Roosevelt County. Some reports of traffic and other minor offenses were omitted due to time restraints since the list was submitted after our 9 a.m. Tuesday deadline.)
Other thefts: March 4, 4:40 p.m., RCSO, 300 block, First Street, Froid.
Motor vehicle theft: March 6. 11:25 p.m., RCSO, Smokey’s Bar and Casino, Bainville.
Domestic Abuse: March 8, 3:20 a.m., RCSO, 200 block Rhea Street,
Bainville.
DUI/liquor: March 6, 1:38 a.m., Black Gold Casino, Bainville; March 7, 10:18 p.m., RCSO, VAL- AM, Culbertson.
DUI drugs: March 8, 11:02 a.m., RCSO, weigh scale, Culbertson; March 8, 11:52 a.m., FPTDLJ, DUI B.O.L.O., Brockton and Fort Kipp.
Trespassing: March 2, 8:07 p.m., RCSO, Black Gold Casino, Bainville; March 4, 10:31 a.m., RCSO, 500 block Broadway, Cul-
bertson.
Missing person: March 7, 9:04 a.m., RCSO, RV park at the state line near Bainville.

Roosevelt County Jail Roster For March 12, 2015

(Editor’s Note: The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office distributes an inmate roster each week with charges and communities of residence.)
As of Monday, March 9, 12 inmates were housed in the Roosevelt County Jail. Fort Benton Detention Center was holding one male to alleviate overcrowding.
The RCSO reported that the following individuals were incarcerated at the jail between Monday, March 2, and Monday, March 9:
•Patrick J. Beauchamp, 35, Wolf Point, hold on U.S. Marshal’s warrant;
•Daniel Amos Bridges, 38, Wolf Point, criminal possession of dangerous drugs; criminal possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest;
•Joel Campos, 37, Las Cruces, N.M., felony possession of dangerous drugs;
•Dale A. Cooper, 38, Wolf Point, arrested on Roosevelt County warrant;
•Kyle Fuchs, 32, Cul-
bertson, disorderly conduct, partner/family member assault, assault with weapon, unlawful restraint, criminal endangerment;
•Christopher Hovey, 25, Lansing, Mich., felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs;
•Jason Knight, 37; Spokane, Wash., criminal possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia;
•Darryl Lewis, 45, San Bernadino, Calif., criminal contempt warrant;
•Robert Lindquist, 41, Chattoroy, Wash., criminal possession of dangerous drugs, criminal possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence;
•Paul Merica, 24, Salt Lake City, Utah, criminal possession of dangerous drugs and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, bonded out;
•Timothy Oglesby, 31, Wolf Point, sexual intercourse without consent and incest, awaiting sentencing;
•Samantha Starkey, 25, Wolf Point, partner/family member assault, released;  
•Brian Suggs, 33, Mesa, Ariz., driving under the influence, criminal endangerment, failure to carry proof of insurance, driving a motor vehicle while the privilege to do so is revoked and fail to stop immediately at property damage accident.

Winter’s Last Gasp? Maybe? Maybe Not?

Perhaps it’s too early to put away our shovels and extension cords for our engine block heaters. It’s like a crap shoot whether or not the balmy 50-plus degrees predicted for this coming weekend means the current two-day Arctic blast is winter’s last gasp.
That could be the case, according to Glasgow National Weather Service warning coordination meteorologist Tanja Fransen.
“We’re going to warm up by the end of the week,” she said Tuesday, March 3, at a time when the mercury had struggled to climb out of single digits to 10 degrees.
“The outlook from the Climate Prediction Center is that it’s going to warm up. The six- to 10-day and 8- to 16-day outlook has us above normal and that takes us out to the 16th of March,” Fransen said.
“We still have a chance of seeing snow,” she said. “Usually mid-January to mid-February is our rock bottom.”
Then she added, “One of the reasons we can warm up so quickly is the lack of snow on the ground.”
Fransen cast doubt on the possibility that we could be headed into a drought due to a lack of moisture.
“We’re actually above normal for precipitation. Just because there is no snow on the ground doesn’t mean there isn’t enough moisture,” she said. “You’re about a quarter inch for the winter season below normal.”
With spring coming, more moisture is likely.

Froid School Supports Ray, N.D.

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Students from Froid School wore lime green and showed support to Ray, N.D., after the deaths of three members of the Ray boys’ basketball team when a pick-up they were riding in crossed through the median on U.S. Hwy. 2 east of Williston and collided with a semi. The boys were identified as senior Tanner Garman, 18, and juniors Dalen Dorval and Waylyn Mcrae, both 17.  (Photo by Shele Christoffersen)

Highway 2 Fireball Driver Pleads Not Guilty

The oilfield worker authorities say was drunk behind the wheel of a pickup truck when he created a fireball with a shower of sparks coming from a bare rim on U.S. Hwy. 2, a few miles west of Bainville, entered seven not-guilty pleas in 15th District Court Wednesday, Feb. 25.
Brian Suggs of Mesa, Ariz., is charged with a single felony count of criminal endangerment and six misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence, operating a vehicle while the privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, failure to carry proof of insurance, failure to remove injurious material from a highway following a motor vehicle crash, failure to give information to the other driver in a motor vehicle crash and failure to give notice by the quickest means of apparent damage over $500.
According to the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office, Suggs was driving with a suspended Arizona driver’s license.
District Judge David Cybulski agreed to reduce bail from $50,000 to $10,000, allowing him to return to an oil field job in Williston, N.D.
A trial is scheduled for June 11.
Two RCSO deputies arrested Suggs near mile marker 656 at 12:42 a.m., on Jan. 31 after the driver of a semi reported that a white pickup truck sideswiped his trailer, resulting in extensive damage.
The RCSO reported that deputies observed a shower of sparks coming from the front end of the pickup when they initiated a traffic stop and performed a field sobriety test.
Undersheriff John Summers said debris left on the highway from the collision between Suggs’ vehicle and the semi trailer punctured a hole in the gas tank of an RCSO patrol vehicle that was responding to assist the two deputies that were at the scene. That vehicle had to be towed.
A passenger in Suggs’ vehicle was not charged.


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