Murfreesboro Diamond - June 16, 2010
Murfreesboro Diamond • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 • Page 7
Pike County District Court
The following cases were heard in Pike County District Court on Friday, June 4, 2010. Pike County Roberto E. Angeles, 33 of Glenwood, forfeited \$125 for expired driver’s license. Aaron L. Arndt, 29 of Belleville, forfeited \$135 for speeding (71/55). Tameisha G. Baxter, 31 of Amity, forfeited \$135 for speeding (75/55). James R. Boone, 34 of Nashville, was fined \$145 for speeding (77/55). Larry W. Brown, Jr, 27 of Amity, forfeited \$325 for driving with a suspended license and \$205 for failure to appear. Jennifer L. Burnham, 25 of Glenwood, forfeited \$125 for no child restraint device. James Allen Carter, Jr, 28 of Glenwood, forfeited \$3,286.15 for six violations of the Arkansas Hot Check Law. Juan T. Castillo, 32 of Delight, forfeited \$125 for no driver’s license. Charles M. Cox, 35 of Ashdown, forfeited \$243 for overweight. Candy Ray Crow, 27 of Delight, was fined \$135 for allowing an unauthorized person to drive. Johnny D. Crow, 26 of Delight, was fined \$1,005 for driving with a suspended license, smoking in vehicle with a child under six and criminal impersonation. Jimmy D. Curry, 38 of Arkadelphia, was fined \$125 for overlength. Angela Daniel, 39 of Glenwood, was fined \$225 for careless driving with an accident. Freddie K. Defoor, 39 of Texarkana, forfeited \$135 for speeding (73/55). Crystal Diggs, 34 of Moscow, Ohio, forfeited \$135 for allowing an unauthorized person to drive. Cornelius Dixon, 24 of Murfreesboro, was fined \$135 for speeding (80/55). Saad El Bakkouri, 29 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, forfeited \$125 for expired vehicle license. Josepth T. Everett, 45 of Hot Springs, was fined \$205 for contempt failure to pay. Billy L. Funderburk, 66 of Nashville, forfeited \$135 for speeding (79/55). Elena Gomez, 22 of Glenwood, forfeited \$125 for no driver’s license and \$125 for no child restraint device. Casey D. Harris, 21 of Delight, forfeited \$45 for no seat belt. Cathleen D. Harvey, 24 of Bonnerdale, was fined \$45 for no proof of insurance and \$205 for failure to appear. Grady W. Harvey, 39 of Royal, forfeited \$205 for contempt failure to pay. Lorinda J. Headings, 35 of Ozan, forfeited \$125 for speeding (71/55). Douglas Shane Henson, 26 of McCaskill, was fined \$190 for contempt failure to pay. Victor Hernandez, 34 of De Queen, forfeited \$125 for speeding (72/55) and \$125 for no driver’s license. Dustin W. Hile, 20 of Arp, Texas, forfeited \$135 for speeding (75/55). Blake S. Hill, 27 of Delight, was fined \$205 for contempt failure to pay. Rhonda K. Holder, 42 of Glenwood, forfeited \$135 for speeding (80/55). Justin L. Horton, 23 of Amity, forfeited \$45 for no proof of insurance. Sherrie M. Johnston, 33 of Delight, was fined \$205 for contempt failure to pay. Daniel S. King, 23 of Kansas City, Kansas, forfeited \$125 for speeding (73/55). Billy D. Lamb, 52 of Delight, was fined \$645 for contempt failure to pay and drinking in public. Donald T. Lamb, 68 of Delight, forfeited \$220 for drinking in public. Charles S. Lavender, 21 of Norman, was fined \$410 for possession of drug paraphernalia. James Randall Lingo, 46 of Murfreesboro, was fined \$315 for no proof of insurance and \$205 for failure to appear. Matthew W. Little, 26 of Jacksonville, was fined \$165 for contempt failure to pay and \$355 for two counts of failure to appear. Alice N. Martin, 21 of Nashville, forfeited \$135 for speeding (76/55). Raymond C. Neighbors, 34 of Amity, forfeited \$360 for a violation of the Arkansas Hot Check Law. Roberto Colula, 32 of Amity, forfeited \$220 for proJeramy L. Yarborough, 23 of Bismarck, was fined \$555 Glenwood, forfeited \$220 for hibited activities. Christina M. Sampson, 20 for possession of drug para- fishing without a license and \$220 for possession of of Bonnerdale, was fined phernalia. \$220 for fishing without a liBronson L. Zabel, 21 of another’s license. Salvador M. Colula, 36 of cense. Hot Spring National forfeited Belinda J. Walton, 42 of \$325 for driving with a sus- Glenwood, forfeited \$220 for lending a license. Nashville, forfeited \$220 for pended license. Joseph D. Keating, 22 of fishing without a license. City of Murfreesboro Michael G. Snowden, 44 James F. Amburgey, 21 of Bonnerdale, was fined \$220 of Delight, was fined \$205 for Nashville, was fined \$225 for for fishing with a license. Holly N. Watts, 28 of De- contempt failure to pay. contempt failure to pay. Courtney N. Bledsoe, 23 Richard Heath Calley, 18 light, forfeited \$220 for litterof Watson, was fined \$220 of Murfreesboro, was fined ing public waters. Thomas V. Poland, 42 of for glass container on river. \$225 for contempt failure to pay. Denise Cox, 41 of Murfreesboro, was fined \$65 for no proof of insurance and \$290 for two counts of failure to pay registration. Putting fresh pickled prod- more weeks. Curing changes Jonathan Tyler Echols, 25 ucts on the dinner table truly the color, flavor, and texture of Murfreesboro, forfeited adds spice to meals. The of the product. If the prod\$240 for hazardous disorskillful blending of spices, uct is a fermented one, the derly conduct. sugar and vinegar with fruits lactic acid produced during Dennis Godwin, 56 of and vegetables creates a fermentation helps preserve Murfreesboro, was fined crisp, firm texture and a pun- the product. In brined prod\$240 for drinking in public. gent, sweet-sour flavor. ucts that are cured but not Seth B. Sanders, 19 of Judy D. Link, 58 of Although food markets to- fermented, acid in the form of Texarkana, was fined \$225 Murfreesboro, was fined day offer a wide variety of vinegar is added later to prefor driving with a suspended \$240 for public intoxication, pickles and relishes, many serve the food. license and \$555 for posses- \$305 for third degree battery consumers like to make their Another type is fresh pack sion of drug paraphernalia. and \$240 for hazardous disown pickled products when or quick process pickles Willie Scott, 29 of orderly conduct. garden vegetables and fresh which are covered with boilRussellville, was fined \$205 Lawrence L. Link, 60 of fruits are in abundant supply. ing hot vinegar, spices, and for contempt failure to pay. Murfreesboro, was fined Various types of pickled seasonings. Sometimes, the Kevin C. Shirley, 23 of \$240 for hazardous disorproducts can be made de- product may be brined for Glenwood, forfeited \$135 for derly conduct and \$240 for pending on the ingredients several hours and then speeding (74/55). public intoxication. used and methods of prepa- drained, before being covMichael D. Staten, 22 of Kristan C. McKinnon, 21 ration. One type is brined ered with the pickling liquid. Murfreesboro, was fined of Delight, was fined \$2,640 pickles which go through a These pickles are easy to \$220 for drinking in public. for driving while intoxicated curing process in a brine (salt Matthew L. Stovall, 25 of (third offense), \$245 for and water) solution of one or See PICKLE • Page 10 Hope, forfeited \$135 for careless driving with an accispeeding (72/55). dent and \$345 for driving with Millcreek of Arkansas Michael L. Sullins, 42 of a suspended license. 1810 Industrial Drive, Fordyce, AR 71742 Millcreek of Arkansas, a 110 bed psychiatric residential facility for Delight, was fined \$205 for Shanne Mock Petty, 37 of youth ages 6 to 17, has been serving the state since 1988. We Emmet, forfeited \$323.73 for contempt failure to pay. are seeking applicants for: Steven D. Sykes, 27 of a violation of the Arkansas Director of Performance Improvement and Medical Records Kirby, was fined \$205 for Hot Check Law. Millcreek of Arkansas is looking for a Director of Performance Improvement/Medical Records. The Director of Performance/Medical Records is the John T. Prince, 41 of contempt failure to pay and senior person responsible for implementation, organization, and planning of a \$555 for possession of drug Gurdon, was fined \$570 for facility wide, multi-disciplinary performance improvement system and the health information management functions of Millcreek of Arkansas. Qualifications and skills: possession of a controlled paraphernalia. • Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field and a Regis tered Bradley C. Tankersley, 22 substance and \$165 for conHealth Information Technician certification (RHIT) or RHIA certification or of Amity, was fined \$555 for tempt failure to pay. • LPN or RN (BSN preferred) or health care professional with the minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of experience in nursing or in a hospital or psyTimothy Spray, 33 of possession of drug chiatric setting paraphernlia, \$125 for no Murfreesboro, was fined • Experience coordinating Performance Improvement/Quality Assurance in a driver’s license and \$125 for \$225 for contempt failure to medical facility preferred Millcreek has an excellent benefit package with competitive salary. EEO employer. pay. driving left of center. If interested in either position contact the Human Resources Department Game and Fish Montrell D. Tolliver, 19 of (870) 352-8203, for more information, Monday through Friday, 8:00a.m. to Danny K. Chambers, 50 Delight, was fined \$265 for 5:00p.m. or come by and pick up an application. Completed applications may be mailed to: of Kirby, was fined \$205 for third degree battery. Millcreek of Arkansas, Bailey J. Tyree, 20 of contempt failure to pay. attn: Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 727, Fordyce, AR. Mount Ida, was fined \$1,070 for possession of a controlled
substance and \$135 for al- Pursuant to the provisions of Probate Code, Sec. 152, notice is given that accounts of the lowing an unauthorized per- administration of the estate listed below have been filed, on the dates shown, by the named personal representatives. son to drive. All interested persons are called on to file objections to such accounts on or before the Jennify Lynn Wilson, 30 of sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accounts, failing which they will be barred Texarkana, forfeited \$335 for forever from excepting to the account. Name of Estate second degree criminal misName & address of Rep. Nature of Acct. Date Filed Betty Arter chief. Paul W. O’Neal Jr, 45 of Kirby, was fined \$135 for speeding (72/55), \$560 for fleeing and \$1,170 for driving while intoxicated. James S. Pate, 46 of Umpire, forfeited \$495 for a violation of the Arkansas Hot Check Law. Nilesh Kumar Patel, 33 of Hot Springs National, forfeited \$125 for speeding (76/ 55). Johnny R. Pitchford, 30 of Glenwood, forfeited \$45 for no seatbelt. Steven P. Pittman, 39 of Caddo Gap, forfeited \$125 for no child restraint device. Brittany L. Pruitt, 21 of Glenwood, was fined \$220 for dirnking in public. Glenn Risner, 24 of Kirby, forfeited \$45 for no seat belt. Ignacio Sanchez, 40 of Glenwood, forfeited \$45 for seat belt.
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evening but neither the Whatleys nor any of the other two hundred or so campers camped on either side of the Little Missouri River were expecting anything out of the ordinary when they turned in for the night. Whatley’s sons, Matt and Chris, and a friend,
Quinn, all in their 20’s, were staying up late visiting friends in a cabin on the other side of the river. At 3 a.m. Whatley said his nephew banged on the door of the pop-up and said the river had jumped its banks and was right outside the door. Whatley went outside and stepped into ankle deep water. He went back in the camper and woke his wife and mother up and said we have to get out of here.
Whatley said when he went back outside the water was up his knees and he realized he was now in a fight to save the lives of his family. He immediately ushered his family to higher ground through waist deep water... His nephew helped him push his 74-year-old mother up the side of a bank. He said it took him 15 minutes to get to higher ground and they had to fight their way through brush and trees. Meanwhile across the river,
Quinn, Chris and Matt were banging on cabin doors and waking people to tell them the river had jumped its banks. Quinn at one point realized his Silverado pick-up was in danger of being swept away. He jumped in and popped it into four-wheel drive and with water coming over the head-
lights managed to get the vehicle to higher ground. Oddly, as quickly as the river rose, it subsided and by four a.m. the Little Missouri River was retreating, leaving behind a scene of utter chaos, death and destruction. John Nichols, Ouachita National Forest spokesman, said there is not a warning system in place for the 53 feebased federal sites but there was not a bad weather prediction and for the most part Albert Pike campers are returnees who “know the drill’’, meaning the river can rise quickly. Normally a camp host, a volunteer, takes the names of campers in the fee spots electricity and water. But the flood also swept away the book the camp host kept so they do not the names of those who stayed in the sites. The camp host was not injured but his camper was destroyed.
PR2008-14-2Guardianship 11 White Rd of Verna Arter Kirby, Ar 71950 Dated this 1st day of June, 20 10 117w;47;pcc
Acct. by Guardian
Sandy Campbell Probate Clerk of Pike County Arkansas
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PIKE COUNTY, ARKANSAS PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RONALD LANE BARNER, DECEASED NOTICE ADDRESS OF DECEDENT: DATE OF DEATH OF DECEDENT: 2440
Highway 26 East Delight, Arkansas 71940 May 30, 2010
NO. PR 2010-_________
An instrument dated the 26th day of March, 2010, was, on the ____, day of May, 2010, admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament of
RONALD LANE BARNER,
Deceased, and the undersigned has been appointed Executor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the Will can be effected only by filing a Petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this Notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. Provided, that claims for injury or death caused by the negligence of the Decedent shall be filed within six (6) months from the date of first publication of the notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in such estate.
first published on the 9th day of June, 2010.
JERRY BARNER, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF RONALD LANE BARNER, DECEASED 2
Valladolid Lane Hot Springs Village, AR 71909