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2 Wednesday, April 10, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune Sheriff report On ApdJ 1 at 10:53 a.m. a safe was reported missing from a Lewiston residence. A Montmorency County Sheriff Department Ser- geant was dispatched. At 4:38 p.m. an incident involving a bow and arrows and damage to a fence was reported from Lewiston. The parties are attempting to work this out amicably. On April 2 at 1:46 a.m. deputies executed a traffic stop on County Road 451 near Lake Avalon Road and found the driver to be in vio- lation of his active proba- tion out of Alpena County. Probation information available to dispatch autho- rized Montmorency County deputies to detain the subject without a war- rant on the probation viola- tion. The 49-year-old Lachine man was taken into custody and lodged in the county jail. On April 3 at 12:33 p.m. another report of fraudu- lent tax return activity was received, this one from Loud Township. At 7:15 p.m. deputies ex- ecuted a traffic stop on a Minnesota vehicle near the Family Dollar in Lewiston. A 65-year-old Lewiston woman was taken into cus- tody and lodged in the county jail for driving with- out insurance. On April 6 at 2:32 a.m. deputies executed a traffic stop on a vehicle near the Atlanta Post Office on M- 32. A 36-year-old Atlanta man was taken into custody for operating while intoxi- cated with high blood alco- hol content and lodged in the county jail. At 2:23 p.m. a B&E report was taken from the Village of Hillman. On April 7 at 11:26 a.m., a report of an open door at a residence on County Road 624 brought a county deputy to investigate an- other B&E in that Hillman Township neighborhood. This investigation led to the discovery of an additional B&E nearby on County Road 624. At 1:11 p.m. a report of two disruptive adults at the Hillman Community Cen- ter in the Village of Hillman brought a Montmorency County Sheriff Department Sergeant to investigate. The Sergeant calmed the situa- tion. At 1:37 p.m., neighbor- hood loose dogs from Divi- sion Street in Atlanta were reported to have killed a cat on Sun Drive nearby. A Montmorency County Sheriff Department Ser- geant went to investigate. One more report of an in- jured cat was taken on Maple Street during this in- vestigation, along with a re- port of chickens having been attacked on Pine Street. Apparently the same dogs were responsible in each case. At 5:41 p.m., a private property injury crash in- volving a juvenile male on a dirt bike occurred in Lewiston on Partridge Lane. Transport to a medical fa- cility was by private vehicle. The Michigan State Police handled the crash report. At 11:26 p.m., deputies ex- ecuted a traffic stop on County Road 612 at Gee Trail and took a 23-year-old Lewiston man into custody for driving while license suspended and expired and on two fail to pay court fees warrants and one Oscoda County statewide fail to ap- pear warrant. He was lodged in the county jail. At 11:26 p.m., deputies observed an open storage door on a business on In- dustrial Drive in the Village of Hillman. They checked the security of the business and made contact with the business owner and found all to be secure. During this reporting pe- riod: Warrant arrests: 4 Probation violation ar- rests: 1 Lewiston EMS: 2 runs Lewiston Fire Depart- ment: no runs Vienna Fire Department: no runs Tri-Township EMS: 5 runs Tri-Township Fire De- partment: no runs Hillman EMS: 4 runs Hillman Fire Depart- ment: no runs Village of THE Hillman o.ments Continuedfrompagel. mtnae Mclntire expressed a HIORY need for the village's pub- ktlltlllW r,I, lic works records to be up- dated. On April 28, 1789, three weeks into a journey from Tahiti to the West Indies, the HMS Bounty is seized in a It was reported a new ambulance coordinator mutiny led by Fletcher Christian, the master's mate. would soon be in place, as CaptainWilliamBlighand 18ofhisloyalsupporterswere Stephanie Schalk, current setadriftinasmall, openboat.Blighandhismenreached Timor in the East Indies in ]une, after a voyage of about coordinator, needs more timetostudyforadditional 3,600 miles. licensing. On April 24, 1800, President John Adams approves Mclntire said the an- legislation to appropriate $5,000 to establish the Library nual Firemen's Ball might of Congress. The first library catalog, dated 1802, listed come to an end because of 964 volumes and nine maps. Twelve years later, the the cost of putting on the British army invaded the city of Washington and burned event, the Capitol, including the then 3,000-volume Library of Wilbur Funk, trustee, Congress. said he would like to see On April 26, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, the the financial report for German military tests its powerful new air force -- the Brush Creek Mill include Luftwaffe--ontheBasquetownofGuernicainnorthern dollar amounts for indi- Spain. One-third of Guernica's 5,000 inhabitants were vidual accounts, and he killed orwounded, and fires engulfed the cityand burned for days. would like the report signed and dated by the On April 23, 1954, Hank Aaron hits the first home run one who prepares it. of his Major League Baseball career. Twenty years later, Aaron became baseball's new home-run king when he broke Babe Ruth's long-standing record of 714 career THINK OF IT AS AN homers. OWNER'S MANUAL OnApri127,1963, MargaretAnnemarie Battavio's very FOR YOUR MONEY. first single, "IWiU FollowHim," reaches No. 1 onthe U.S. pop charts. At age 15, the singer better known as Little 'i ................. ::::: Peggy March became the youngest female performer ever to top the Billboard Hot 100. On April 22, 1970, Earth Day, an event to increase public awareness of the world's environmental prob- lems, is celebrated in the United States for the first time. The free Consumer Action Millions of Americans participated in rallies, marches Handbook It's in print and and educational programs. online at ConsumerAction.gov. On April 25, 1983, the Soviet Union releases a letter Order your free copy online that Russian leader Yufi Andropov wrote to Samantha at ConsumerAction.gov or Smith, an American fifth-grader from Manchester, write to Handbook, Pueblo, CO 81009. Maine, inviting her to visit his country. Andropov's letter came in response to a note Smith had sent him in De- cember 1982, asking if the Soviets were planning to start a nuclear war. $25.95 (plus tax) If you would like your book moiled to you, please add $6 for shipping. Your total with tax and shipping will be $33.24 A t'ictorial aistory or Montmorency County Volume IX Enjoy a vast collection of -photos from Montmorency County's past in this 161 page book featuring photos from the early lumbering era up to the late 1960's. Many of these photos have never been seen before and have been acquired from private family collec- tions. I'- Pictorial History of Montmorency County Volume II Name: Address: City: State/Zip: Phone: IZl I would like my book mailed to me, so I have included an additional $6.00 per book. Marl to: Montmorency Tribune, PO Box 186, Atlanta, M/49709 or call 989-785-4214 *Michigan residents add 6% sales tax ($1.29 per book) t_ to your total, before shipping costs. 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