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Thursday, October 22, 2009 Free Press Page 5 Police Ne Information in the West Plains Police News is a service to the readers of the Cheney Free Press and is only intended to provide information about local law enforcement activities. Any individuals listed as cited, charged or arrested are innocent until proven guilty. CHENEY reported in the 200 block of West Oct. 11 Second Street. A vehicle prowling was re- Jessica M. Dickinson, 19, was ported in the 200 block of West arrested for minor in possession of Third Street. alcohol in the 500 block of Salnave Police responded to a mental Road. subject in the 100 block of West Herbert L. Thompson, 41, was First Street. The subject wastrans- arrested for third degree theft ported to the hospital. (shoplifting) in the 1100 block of Oct. 12 First Street. Fourth degree assault occurred A drug pipe was found in the in the zero hundred block of B 100 block of Walker Street. Street. Samuel E. Davis, 43, was Property damage was reported arrested for harassment and as- in the 1500 block of Washington sault, when a vehicle hit a parking meter Oct. 13 and fled the scene. An incorrigible youth was Police responded to a call from Cheney Middle School where an in the 200 block of South Cheney- Redding, 19, Casey M. McClary, MEDICAL LAKE 11-year-old male was arrested for Spangle Road. 18, and Butt M. Carlson, 18. Oct. 12 fourth degree assault. A student carrying a knife was The theft of a silver bicyclePolice received a report of a theft A two-car accident occurred in reported at Cheney High School. was reported in the 700 blockfrom the 200 block of East Barker the l00 block of North Sixth Street. No threats were made and the of Fourth Street. Street. No injuries were reported. 15-year-old male was arrested for Darin J. Redding, 19, was ar-Oct. 13 Oct. 14 possessing a dangerous weapon, rested for minor in possession Officers assisted the Spokane Third degree theft was re- Oct. 17 of alcohol in the 200 block of County Sheriff's Office withthein- ported n the 700 block of West A caller reported a suspicious Second Street. vestigation of a burglary in the 4300 First Street. Lug nuts were taken circumstance in the 1000 block A driver's license was block, of South Cheatham Road. from a vehicle, of First Street; an individual was found in the 100 block of Third Oct. 14 Third degree malicious mis- passed out on a bus bench. Street. Police received reports of a hit chief was reported in the 200 block Officers responded to a call Oct. 18 and run in the 300 block of North of South Cheney-Spangle Road; a reporting verbal threats from the Malicious mischief was re- Lefevre Street. car was keyed. 2300 block of University Lane. ported in the 200 block of K Street. Oct. 15 Officers completed a warrant Lois M. Tolliver, 41, was arrested Damage was done to the front An officer responded to a pos- arrest for juvenile court in the 500 for harassment, door of a residence, sible assault inthe 200 block of East block of Fourth Street. A 17-year- Residential burglary was re- Two people were arrested Barker Street. old male was arrested, ported in the 300 block of College for possession of marijuana in Oct. 16 Oct. 15 Avenue. A banner and composite the 200 block of West Third An officer was dispatched to the Officers completed thewarrant photos were stolen from a soror- Street. Chelsea M. Pierce, 19, 200 block of East Barker Street on arrest of Edward W. Bonin, 19, for ity house, and a 16-year-old male were the report of minor in possession the Spokane Police Department. A rape that occurred Oct. 10 in arrested, of alcohol. Bonin was arrested at Cheney the 100 block of Sixth Street was Second degree malicious An officer is investigating an Municipal Court for third degree reported to Grand Coulee Police. mischief was reported in the incident of Interfering with the re- driving while license suspended Officers arrested four people in 400 block of Fifth Street. Several porting of domestic violence in the (DWLS). the zero hundred block of North cars had their tires slashed.800 block of South Stanley Street. Oct. 16 Fifth Street. Christine M. Loe, 18, Third degree malicious mis- An officer was dispatched to Third degree malicious mas- was arrested for driving under the chief was reported in the 200the 400 block of Hallett Street on chief was reported when a rock influence of alcohol. Arrested for block, of Cedar Street when tires the report of a possible domestic was thrown through a window minor in possession were: Darin J. were slashed on a vehicle, violence incident. continued from page 4 Vote for Tom Trulove's experience For the past 11 years, I have ate about Tom are his openness worked closely with Tom Tru- and approachability. Tom has love in his service to the Cheney a great sense of humor and is Care Center Association Board. well liked by the Cheney com- He was a member, vice-presi- munity. dent and now president of the With his wealth of economic board. Tom Trulove listens and experience, he has helped us to hears all perspectives. We deal fortify a $10 million community with many real life issues and asset. Tom has provided us with he has offered us great insight trustworthy leadership and an and wisdom, eye towards the future. Tom is thoughtful and caring Please join with me in sup- as witnessed by his faithfully porting Tom so he can do the caring for his mother when she same for all of us. needed our services. Two of Keith Fauerso the many attributes I appreci- Cheney Eyman's 1-1033 bad for everybody Tim Eyman has proposed new base line in the middle of another initiative that will hurt this recession that will cause Washington state. 1-1033 .will big er deficits, hurt every aspect of the state. Eyman also claims "Under That is why the opposition1-1033, everyone's property to the initiative is so diverse, taxes will be reduced." This is Microsoft, a huge corporation, patently untrue, especially for opposes it; emergency services students or for those who don't such as the Washington State own properties. Dorm room Council of Firefighters opposes costs and apartment rents will it; and the Washington State not decrease. Landlords will Children's Alliance opposes see the benefit of these property 1-1033. tax rebates not students. Not to Eyman claims, "Removing I-mention when schools receive 601's reasonable fiscal discipline even less funding there will be and policies resulted directly in more cuts to education. Voters a massive $9 billion deficit. " for Affordable Housing opposes This is false. The state deficit was 1-1033 for good reason. caused by a massive decrease Republican candidate Pat in tax revenue due to the worst Hailey said,"1033 by - I think economic situation in this coun- it's 2015 - will take $3 billion try since the Great Depression. out of education," for a reason. When Washingtonians make less 1-1033 is bad for education, bad money there is less tax money for business, and bad for Wash- coming in, creating a budget ington. deficit. 1-1033 will decrease state Andrea Brown revenue even more, setting a Pullman Pat Halley good choice for schools Please cast your ballot for ground and working knowledge Pat Hailey in the upcoming bal- about public education. lot election in the 9th Legislative She knows firsthand how District. I've known Pat Hailey un-funded mandates and cuts for many years, and I think in state funding hurt students in highly of her qualifications and our local schools. Her experience strongly believe that she is the and knowledge will be a terrific best candidate to represent us asset as she works in Olympia. in Olympia. I'm confident that Pat Hailey Pat's years as a parent, vol- will use her experience with unteer, PTA president, registrar public education and work to and attendance specialist at support students and schools as Connell High School and Robert a legislator in Olympia. Please L. Olds Junior High, and school show your support and vote yes board member in the North for Pat Harley! Franklin School District has Patti Walker given her a tremendous back- Connell 1-1033 couldn't have been proposed at a worse time for state, local budgets Election time approaches, would be distributed as prop- $9 billion, and lawmakers made penses in order to reinstate cur- and as usual Tim Eyman is offer- erty tax rebates--a give-away to draconian cuts, including $1.5 tailed services. Budgets would ing another"free lunch" special: fat-cat property owners, while billion for education. Libraries be trapped at Great Recession Initiative 1033. ordinary folks, if they're lucky, have been shuttered, and jails levels for years to come.This is This measure would make might get a couple of bucks emptied to save money, not responsible budget manage- it illegal to increase budgets knocked off their tax bill. Such cuts don't come out of ment. Free lunches don't exist. for public services (police, fire, This stinker of an initiative Eyman's mythical"fat", the stuff Vote no on Initiative 1033. schools, health care or anything would be bad enough in good he's so sure is out there, some- Del Lusk else) above today's depressed times, but we're struggling with where. If Eyman's measure is ap- Spokane levels. Additional revenues, the worst economy in 70 years, proved it would be illegal when should they magically appear, Last year the state's income fell times improve to increase ex- RON M FOr Fire Commissioner, PosiUon #2 Knows the needs of the District Lives and works in the Cheney area Commissioner for the District since 1998 Volunteer fire fighter with 50+ years of service with SCFD #3 Helped to bring stations and apparatus up-to-date while keeping costs down Worked to.ensure adequately trained personnel for emergency response "1 believe that we have.found a fiscally souQd wa~ of running the district, and I would appreciate your vote to continue that trend. Thank you for your consideration." Paid for by the Committe to elect Ron McKinley ACCOUNTANT JANICE KOPRIVA PENAR, C.P.A. Certified Public Accountant Certified Financial Planner 60 Simpson Parkway Dr., Cheney 235-25t8. 747-0614 CHIROPRACTIC CHENEY SPINAL CARE CENTER Lauren C. Bathurst, D.C. Rob Collins, D.C. 1853 First Street, Cheney F&M Business Center 235-2122 MEDICAL LAKE CHIROPRACTIC Dr. D.C. Christopher Wellwood 725 N. Stanley ~t., Suite C Medical Lake, WA 509-299-6900 DENTISTS CHENEY DENTAL CARE Thomas F. Whitfield, D.D.S. 625 "B" Street, Cheney 235-6137 or 747-6841 Hours: Tuesday 8:00 a,m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday 7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. KENNETH M. COLLINS, D.D.S. CHRISTOPHER M. COLLINS, D.D.S. Family Dentistry 1841 First Street, Cheney F&M Business Center 235-8451 443-8520 Hours: Mon., Thurs., Fri. 7:00 - 2:30. Tues. & Wed. 7:00 - 4:30 MEDICAL LAKE DENTAL Bruce C. Toillion, D.D.S. Jessica M. Toillion, D.D.S. Elizabeth van den Hoven, D.D.S. 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Mon., Wed., Thurs. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tues. 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p rn. Fri. 123 N. Brower, Medical Lake 299-5171 INLAND CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY DENTISTRY RICHARD N. ROCCANOVA, D.D.S. JACOB J. RIDL, D.D.S. 1717 First Street, Cheney 235-6241 ROBERT I. STOCKTON, D.D.S. Family Dentistry 60 Simpson Parkway Drive, Cheney 235-2900 HEALTHcARE ROCKWOOD CHENEY CLINIC 19 N. 7th, Cheney 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m Saturday Noon - 4:00 p.m. Sunday 235-6151 744-1732 Charles B.H. Hough, M.D Tom Koeske, M.D. Cori Lopez, D.O. Jonathan Staben, M.D. Carol Gahl, PA-C Natalie Koncz, PA-C Melissa Norton, PA-C ROCKWOOD MEDICAL LAKE CLINIC 725 North Stanley Street, Suite D, Medical Lake, WA 99022 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday 509-299-5t45 Fax: 509-299-5154 Holly Bassler, D.O. Douglas R. Gwinn, M.D. Jamie Crocker, ARNP Barbara Tritt, P.A.-C PHYSICAL THERAPY AIRWAY HEIGHTS PHYSICAL THERAPY 9725 West Sunset Highway Located next to Boeing 509-624-4100 Jeffrey R. Wills, P.T., Clinic Director Paula Dillon Mays, P.T., A.T.C. Susan Barry, P.T. Sarah Forrey, P.T.A. APEX PHYSICAL THERAPY 1855 First Street, Cheney Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:30 0.m. 509-559-5038 Amy K. Christiaens, P.T., O.C.S. Vince Piccolo, P.T., O.C.S., C.S.C.S. Christopher Chun, P.T., D.ET APEX PHYSICAL THERAPY 12721 14th Ave. Airway Heights Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. 509-244-9968 Monty Soliday, M.P.T. Kelsey Deines, P.T.A. Ryan Clouse, G.P.T MEDICAL LAKE PHYSICAL THERAPY 725 N. Stanley, Suite 8 509-299J'379 Fax: 509-299-7307 Tim Ahem, P.T. Ara Jo Rising, P.T. ROCKWOOD PHYSICAL THERAPY AND MEDICAL FITNESS CENTER {Cheney) 1727 1st Street, Cheney, WA 99004 509-838-2531 ext. 5605. Fax: 509-235-2175 Monday & Wednesday 7:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Tuesday & Friday 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 630 p.m. Blondel Assonken, D.P.T. Nicole Stevens, D.P.T. PUBLISHING CHENEY FREE PRESS William Ifft, President Harlan Shellabarger, Publisher John McCallum, Editor 1616 W. First Street, Cheney 235-6184 299-5678 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. VETERINARIANS BLACKHAWK VETERINARY HOSPITAL Eric Wert, D.V.M. 423 W. First Street, Cheney 235-2020. 624-9613 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. CHENEY VETERINARY CLINIC, INC. William B. Holleman, D.V.M. 1971 First Street, Cheney 235-6860 Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. MEDICAL LAKE VETERINARY CLINIC James A. Rolofl, D.V.M. Dee Henry, D.V.M. 212 E. Lake Street, Medical Lake, WA 99022 299-3675 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 0.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. - Noon WEST PLAINS ANIMAL HOSPITAL Kris Belles, D.V.M. 10510 W. SR 2, Suite 3 Spokane, WA 99224 624-3474 Mon. & Tues. 8:00 am-5:30 pm Wed-Fri 8:30 am-5:30 pm, Sat 9:00 am-2:00 pm