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Racing [very Friday Night J uly 19 Bath P!anetStreet Stock Special - Pro Lates, Modifieds, Street Stocts, Compacts (Rain Date W21) July 26-Aug 2 No Races-Logan County Fair Lincoln Speedway LoganCounty Fairgrounds It&apos;s that Time of Year Ag00n! ?lease Sign Up , '00orK the Trams! Tram Sign Up Sheets at Mt Pulaski City Hall POLICE.00.o00r-00y00e0000n 4 FREEc-ss,.,00os GARAGE SALE - Tendick 423 W Cooke, Saturday July 20 9am - 2pm, kitchen items, toys, lady's clothes, copper tubing, and misc. FREE KiTrENS- (Mt Pulaski) 217-241-0505 ................................ GIVEAWAY -4-Foot 4-1amp - surface . wrap arounds (10)- Mt Pulaski Library 792-5919 CORNLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH is selli- ng some surplus - pool table $100, 3-oak tables (adult and child heights), long church pew $250, 3-child's handmade pews, old upholstered chair, metal desk, small file cabinet, several old frosted church win- dows, 2-burner Bunn 0 Matic coffee make'r, 2-large peg board room dividers on cast- ers, and 2 free upright pianos (217) 652 2011. FOR'SALE - $50 Admiral 16.5 cu/ft reffig., $50 Magic Chef 30" gas range - both gd cond, 792- 5198 FOR SALE - $300 Lane Brand, Navy- Blue Leather Reclining Sofa & Snuggler, both GC have over-sized reclining sections, 796-3684 FOR SALE - $200 93 feet direct burial service entrance cable marked, E39725 B 4/U AWG AL XLPE USE-2 SUN-RES 600v <UL>, 796-3684 FOR SALE - By owner, Mt Pulaski o home, 1900 Sq. Ft., finished Basement, large lot, attached - car garage, updates, gran- ite ceunter-tops,-hard wood floors, stainless appliances. pdc#. reduced a lot, 792-5665 FOR RENT - Spacious & reasonable w/view, 2-3 bdrms., 2-baths, Mt Pulaski Apt.,-C/A. C/H 1 car underground garage, appliances furn., garbage & water furn., cable "IV, newly decorated, 792-5645 / 217- 553-6138. .............................. SERVICES - Need a Babysitter - call Mikayla Meyer 217-871-5493 / 217-871-8234 SERVICES- Cleaning & Hauling, yardwork - reasonable rates, Andrew 792-5564 or 217-737- 1963 .... -.-.-.L ILLINOIS' BREATH ALCOHOL IGNITION INTER- LOCK DEVICE (BAHD) program now requires, as of July 1, an in-car camera in every installation. The in-car camera provides additional account- ability and eliminates any doubt that the user-of the BAIID is in fact the DUI offender. The BAIID program includes first-time DUI offenders Motorists are required to blow into the BAIID, which measures their breath alcohol content (BAC) levels. The device is designed to prevent DUI offenders from driving after having consumed alcohol. It is a Class A misdemeanor for someone other than the offender to blow into the BAIID when the offender is the driver. O-44-yearold Mt Pulaski resident thought the O-Answering a domestic battery call at a Mt court case never went to court;the resident and Pulaski residence, Officer William Gilmer dis- a sibling had a disagreement that had gone that covered damage to furnishings in the residence. far. They had reconciled their differences. The In addition to the damage, the resident said she . resident's statement was confirmed with her sib- had been head-butted on her nose and spat on ling. However, the warrant had to be answered to repeatedly. A witness was present, confirming " and the sibling had to file a request for dismissal what happened. of tI charges. The resident went to the jail, was .The suspect had gone to another Mt Pulaski released on bail. Chief Lynn Freer handled the residence, where Officer Gilmer found him. The matter, suspect confirmed, in his words - "I just flipped O-No suspect could" be named, but a Mt out..." Arrested, he was taken to the county jail. Pulaski resident reported the theft of 100 tab- On the way to jail the suspect made several u lets of "Norco" from her residence. The theft comments to Officer Gilmer including, "I think was noticed after several guests had left the resi- she deserves to actually get hit if I have to go dence after a gathering. Chief Lynn Freer took through this". the report. - O-Seeing a vehicle with all windows but the , m O-Returning to Mt. Pulaski from Lincoln, at windshield blacked out OfficerKyle Veech con- 9:40pm in a heavy rain, Officer William Gilmer ducted a traffic stop. The passenger was wanted to caught a glimpse of someone walking along 121. on a warrant for failure to appear on a DUI. The   At the first opportunity, Officer Gilmer turned passenger was arrested and taken to the county around a returned to the soaked ixdestdan. The jail. young man said he had been in Lincoln at his O-After having four fishing poles stolen from sister's andwas walking to his parents' home in a front porch in town, the resident was fishing Chest0ut. He was a-foot because his sister didn't at Whitney Hill Bridge. While fishing, the resi- have gas to get him home. Officer Gilmer offered dent noticed a follow resident fishing with two to give him a lift to Chestnut and told him it was of the stolen pole. A call to the police depart- department policy that he had to give him "pat ment brought Officer Kyle Veech to the bridge. down" before becould give him the lift. The After an hour of conversation the fellow fisher young man agreed, admitted to the theft, saying he had been drunk During the pat down Officer Gilmer felt a hitter when he saw and stole the poles. In addition to pipe in the young man's hip pocket. When asked, the two he had in his possession on the bridge - the young man replied, "Yeah man. I totally the third was at his house in the basement. The forgot I had that in there." Arrested, the young fourth pole? He had returned that to Wal-Mart man was taken to th county jail. On the way to and gotten a refund for it. jail the young man said he uses marijuana, K-2, The arrest was for the theft of the fishing poles. and spice but was not a habitual user and her forgot he had the pipe in his pocket.