The Tribune from Seymour, Indiana (2024)

Bush leads Gore HOSPITALSUNDAY" ADMISSIONSVI, Larry W. Rollins; Brownstowrr. among-Hodiers: juana- less 30 grams, 1 :04 Friday." COUNTY fl Ch.ris -Baber, 26, North Ver-' non, operating while alcohoJ content 10 or greater, 1:30 a.m. Sunday. Donald Koerner, 28, no address listed, public intoxipation, Sunday.

Donald Sampson, 24, Madi- son, warrant, 10 p.m. Saturday. Vernon, operating while intoxicat-ed, blood alcohol content .1 0 or greater, leaving scene of a proper Republican Richard Lugar is favored by 69 percent of the state's residents to win fifth term. Lugar's Democratic opponent; David Johnson, is backed by about 24 percent, the poll shows.l -B ARRESTSSEYMOUR Abimael Hernandez, 24, Seymour," failure to appear, 8:23 p.m. Julio Calvo-Lopez, 22, Sey- -mour, public intoxication, 5:39 p.m.

Sunday." Roy Stoppel, 3T Peru, driving under the influence, blood alcohol content JO 'or greater, 1:07 p.m. Sunday. mour, public intoxication, 3:20 a.m. Sunday. Nelson Burgos, 32, Seymour, battery, 1:51 a.m.

Female juvenile, 17, minor in possession, resisting law warrant, 9:54 p.m. Saturday. Male juvenile, 16, Seymour, minor in possession, resisting law enforcement, 9:43 p.m. Female juvenile, 17, minor in possession, resisting law enforcement, 9:29 p.m. Saturday.

Anthony Machen, 44, Seymour, driving while, suspended prior, 12:53 p.m. Saturday. fl Female juvenile, Columbus, minor in consumption, a.m. Saturday. John Kidd, 19, Medora, minor in consumption, 4 Satur-- INDIANAPOLIS (AP) A new statewide poll shows Indiana residents favoring Texas Gov.

George Bush' in the upcoming presidential- election, keeping in line with the state's history of voting Republican. The poll of 825 Indiana resk dents was taken March 26r29 by the Indiana University Gen-ter for Survey: Research The Indianapolis Star and Indi-. anapolis -television station WTHR. It indicates that 54 percent of Hoosiers support Bush, with Vice- President Al Gore favored by about 36 percent. About 4 percent supported potential Reform Party candidate Pat Buchanan, and about 5 percent were undecided.

The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.5 percent. Indiana hasn't backed a Democrat for president since Lyndon B. Johnson's-1964 landslide. The poll also predicted that and femafejuverule were investigated at 8:17 p.m.7" Failure to pay tor $10 in fuel was reported at Sunoco service station, 2120 JE. Tipton St.

Officer John Reichenbacker. investigated 4:15 p.m. Saturday, -j Chester A. Applegate reported a break-in and theft of video cam- era a Sony Play Station, and' compact discs at 509 Homestead Officer Bernard Petro investi-gated at 3:13 p.m. Saturday.

Nellie M. Godding reported theft of two drills and an electric nailer from a garage at 638 E. Sixth St. Officer James Lawson investigated at 9:12 a.m. Saturday.

JACKSON COUNTY Criminal rnischief involving damage to a home under con-" struction was reported in 6200 block East County Road 900N, Seymour. Officer Shawn Minton investigated at 10:32 a.m. Sunday. Possible criminal trespassing was reported in 7700 block East County Road 50N. Officer Tom Barker investigated on Friday.

JENNINGS COUNTY Lisa Underwood reported an attempted break-in of a garage at 6120 N. 675E. Officer Tommy Mcintosh investigated at 7:52 a.m. Sunday. 7IA stolerrdog was reported at Hidden Cove Apartments.

Officer Jeff Jones investigated at 8:27 p.m. Saturday. Vandalism was reported on County: Road 25E. Mcintosh, investigated at 5:06 p.m. Saturday.

Shawn Parker reported theft of a Pioneer compact disc player from a vehicle at 3001 Whitting-tiam Drive. Officer Keith -Clapp-investigated on Saturday. Anne Marie Hammond reported theft of a cedar mailbox at 185 E. 800N. Mcintosh investigated on Saturday.

Possible theft of utilities was reported at 3751 Shrimpton Drive. Officer Brian Talkington investigated on Thursday. NORTH VERNON Failure to pay for fuel was reported at Swifty service station on North State Street. Officer Keith Price investigated at 9:41 a.m. Sunday.

A domestic disturbance was Apart-" ments at 11:18 p.m. Saturday. Theft of a push mowetr weed eater, lawn furniture and a cooler were reported on Totten Circle at 3:10 p.m. Saturday. Criminal mischief involving damage to paint was reported in 600 block North Elm Street at 9:14 a.m.

Saturday. Columbus police, seek robber 4 NEWBORN- A son to Melissa and David Forrest Norman. DISCHARGES Bertha J. Ferguson, Seymour. SATURDAY ADMISSIONS MEDICAL 1 Tammy 3.flice, Seymour.

NEWBORNS A daughter to Tasha L. Campbell, Seymour. A daughter to Rachel and. Michael Niermarv, Brownstown. DISCHARGES LarnW.

Rnllinc RrnusncTnuun OBSERVATION- .1. Marvin Fleetwood, Brownstown. Peggy S. Nicholson, Sey-rhour. ADMISSIONS MEDICAL Tracy Neal, Seymour.

Rhiannorr S. Castetter, North Vernon. Vaughn C. Keith, Seymour. Belle Hurd, Seymour.

OBSERVATION' Peggy S. Nicholson, Sey- mouri 1 Marvin Fleetwood, Brown-" stowrv. Sadie M. Voss, Seymour. Elizabeth A7Lewis, Austin.

Donna J. Penrod, Medora. Lorna L. Kreite, Seymour. DISCHARGES Sarah Hackman and daughter, Abigail Seymour.

ngei onaer, oeymour. Tyasha Brown and daughter, Chloe Abigail, Brownstown. Ronnie L. Ashley, Austin. INCIDENTSSEYMOUR A citizen dispute was reported? in 300 block South Jackson Park Drive.

Officer Michael Cooper investigated at 10:40 p.m. Sunday. Donna F. Terry reported theft of an engagement ring at 1044 E. Oak SU Crane investigated at 10:09 p.m.

Sunday. A possible drunken individual was reported in 600 block East 'Oak Street. An arrest was made. 4:39 p.m. Sunday, fl Charles Robinson reported tnerror casrnrom a wallet he had lost at 357 Tanger Blvd.

Sgt. Gary irowDnage investigated ai p.m. Sunday. A possible drunken driver was reported in 200 block East Tipton Street. An arrest was made.

Polly investigated at .11:23 a.m. Sunday. A possible drunken individual was reported in 200 block South Broadway. An arrest was made. fint Anthnhu Prewitt invAstinatarl at 2:36 a.m.

Sunday. Criminal mischief involving damage to a vehicle was reported in 200 block South Broadway. An arrest for battery was made. Officer Troy S. Munson investigated at 12:33 a.m.

Sunday. Possible illegal drug possession by a juvenile was reported in 200 block Springhill Road. A male Seymour Ei.irc ty damage Saturday. Dana Woods, 32, Colurrl warrant failure to appear, a.m. NORTH VERNON Robert North Ver-T non, illegal possession of alcohol, 4:30 a.m.

Saturday. Paul Kirk, 22, North Vernon, operating while intoxicated, driving while suspended, 4 a.m. Saturday. Casey Hill, 27 North Vernon, public intoxication, 3:40 a.m. Saturday.

Lenora Robbins, 30, North Vernon, driving while suspended, possession of 1:30 a.m. Saturday. FIRESSEYMOUR Firefighters responded to a report of smoke from a residence at 1100 Windhorst Court at 9:11 p.m. Sunday. Some clothing -apparently caught fire.

Firefighters responded to a report of a trash bin fire in 700 block West Eighth Street at 6:12 p.m.-Saturday.- BUILDING PERMITS Building permits issued by the Seymour Department of Planning and Zoning through Friday include applicant's name, address," improvement, address if different than applicant's ment, estimated cost (electrical upgrades do not list a cost estimate) and date of application. are: Solar Designs, commercial building, for 5817 E. U.S. 50, $300,0.00.. Billy Douglas, 128 E.

13th remodel, $800. William McCasland, 320 High- lawn $13,000. Patrick Garrett, electrical upgrade for 4513 N. U.S. 31.

Max Koop, 811 N. Blish 20- by 32-foot room $10,000. Mike Hughel, 524 W. Second 10-by 20-foot deck, $800. Tim Cooley, 1062 Whipporwill Drive, 12- by 20-foot deck, $1 ,500.

Remodeled Updated great place to start or investment 1401 II. US50 Seymour bus, 7 Homer, Delph, 1 9, Medora, minor in consumption; 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Billy Kiley, 47, Seymour, public intoxication, 12:56 a.m. Saturday.

Jill Forgey, 16, Seymour, p.m. Friday. --STATE Adelaido. Duran, 33, Chicago, operating while intoxicated, blood alcohol content .1 0 or greater, 2:52 a.m. Sunday.

Rose M. Jeffers, 39, Seymour, Jackson Circuit Court warrant fail-. ure to appear, 2:58 p.m. Saturday. Reuben Orta, 30.

Somerset, disorderly conducts 2:06 Friday. JACKSON COUNTY James A. Hyland, 32, Seymour, driving while suspended prior, 3:32 p.m. Sunday. Matthew Prewitt, 20, Norman, illegal consumption, pointing a firearm, 10:53 p.m.

Saturday. Kerry L. Collins, 39, Seymour, operating while intoxicated refusal, 8:25 p.m. Saturday. fl Jeremy Howard, 20, Seymour, parole violation, 3:29 p.m.

Friday. James 20, North Vernon; Jackson Court warrant possession of mari TRIBUNE REPORTS Columbus police continue to search for a man suspected of robbing the Big Foot convenience store at Gladstone Avenue and McKihley Street early Sunday morning. 7Theman, described "as a white male about. 5 foot, 6 inches tall with a thin build, fl HOGS EAST LANSING, Mich, (AP) Here is Friday's hog and sow market: Hogs were 1.00 to 2.00 higher, 55.00-60.00. Sows were steady, from 29.00-34.00.

ToOur First Child On (his day you were to be iom into ihis world Our precious. Utile boy. orliltk 'qrl InsltWyou were tahenfmm us to amvicra call Aiallfromlhe One vbe takes care ojusall. VVr knew you were a miracle when we heard of you Your presence made our harts.img Bui little dd we know tpo You wrn' onlv linanjjoi willt wings. Even rtwugli we.nevcrgdl to ice your Jaie In our hearts you will always hold a special place There is a reason you were brought into our lives Only God knows why you never, were seen by our eyes Wr WvouJww-kf en-Uiken-toGeds bome-abo'ie vnere amilv past will siirrouiidyou with lovf -VV'f Will see you somcduy when the time is njhf TdfikflrwloveahdmissyoudayundTihl This iToii'f dfdifan'on to you on your day and to all other children who didn't get enough time on this earth With much love, Mommy and Daddy Gray 0P The survey also queried res-: idents about the primary process.

Indiana holds its primary election May 2, but Gore, and Bush haye. had their parties presidential nominations locked up since early March! Asked whether the quadren--nial presidential primary should be moved up so Indiana could: havemore say, about 81 percent either strongly or somewhat agreed, with "only about 16 percent disagreeing. Robiri Winston, chairman of the Indiana Democratic Party, is among the 4 percent who strongly disagree with moving 'up the primary. Legislators, he said, would not go along with having a primary election during a time when they're in ses--sion in Indianapolis. reportedly entered the store and demanded money from a clerk.

The 70-year-old male cierK gave infDanaii, wno was wearhvsome type of facial covr, some cash, police said. The suspect then left the building and fled south on foot. The incident was reported at 2:31 a.m. Sunday. GRAIN Today's grain prices from Seymour: Corn.

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