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« Reply #150 on: April 03, 2012, 02:58:00 PM »

Vandalism - A man
in the 600 block of South
Center Street reported
on Friday at 6:15 a.m.
that his car window had
been broken. The Rock was
found in the vehicle.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #151 on: April 04, 2012, 07:37:47 AM »

Vandalism - A man
in the 600 block of South
Center Street reported
on Friday at 6:15 a.m.
that his car window had
been broken. The Rock was
found in the vehicle.

This should be in the Celebrity Mayberry News Section
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Anonymous
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« Reply #152 on: April 05, 2012, 07:53:57 AM »

Accident
• A 57-year-old Mayberry
Rock man was riding a 2006
Honda motorcycle on Hell
Hollow in a deep fog. The
motorcycle struck a deer, but
the man managed to keep the
motorcycle upright. He was
neither injured nor cited.

Animal Neglect
• An officer checked on a
report of two skinny dogs in
West Mayberry Township. The officer
noticed the dogs' ribs showing
and their thin hind legs. The
owner claims he feeds the dogs
sufficiently, but is now running
them a lot in preparation for
raccoon hunting. The county
Humane Officer will monitor
the situation.

• An officer responded to
a report of a disrespectful
third grade boy at Mayberry Rock
Elementary School. The boy
agreed he was wrong and
apologized.

• A unidentified goat was reported
traveling at a high rate of speed on
Hickory Road

Suspicious Behavior  
• A woman in the 800 block of South
Lincoln Avenue reported on Monday
at 10:15 p.m. that someone had
put a large stick under her vehicle.


Bad Behavior
•  At 12:22 p.m. on April 2 a man
in the first block of South
Mill Street said he believes
that his neighbor may have
urinated on his work boots
or put deer urine all over
them.


Animals Killed
• A 30-year-old Mayberry
man reported that something
killed six chickens and two
rabbits, and that a chicken
and a rabbit were missing. A
footprint, apparently of a snake,
was found at the scene.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #153 on: April 05, 2012, 08:37:58 AM »

"A footprint, apparently of a snake, was found at the scene"!
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Anonymous
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« Reply #154 on: April 05, 2012, 11:15:18 AM »

You're getting better at these.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #155 on: April 05, 2012, 04:20:13 PM »

• A unidentified goat was reported
traveling at a high rate of speed on
Hickory Road

What was chasing it?
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Anonymous
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« Reply #156 on: April 05, 2012, 08:20:19 PM »

• A unidentified goat was reported
traveling at a high rate of speed on
Hickory Road

What was chasing it?

 The aforementioned snake.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #157 on: April 09, 2012, 12:41:41 PM »

Firemen Fundraising For Fire Extinguisher Simulator

The first line of defense at the onset of a fire is the availability of, and the knowledge to use, a fire extinguisher. The Mayberry Fire Department is looking to find a safer, cleaner, and more cost effective way of providing fire extinguisher training to the general public, whether for businesses, groups, or individuals. To that end, the department has begun a fundraising campaign to purchase a Bullex fire extinguisher training simulator.

The Bullex Bullseye fire extinguisher training system uses a laser driven extinguisher. The extinguisher looks, sounds, and operates like an actual extinguisher. The trainee shoots it at simulated flames on a screen. If not directed properly, the "flames" will not go out.

The cost of the simulator package is $111,475. The Mayberry Fire Department is looking to purchase it through fundraising contributions from businesses, groups, or individuals. The department provides training for various entities and would appreciate support from the public. Without the need to recharge extinguishers, future training with the simulator would be free of charge to the recipients and is provided as a service by the fire department.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #158 on: April 09, 2012, 02:58:12 PM »

The department provides training for various entities
Super Natural.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #159 on: April 12, 2012, 06:48:06 AM »

Women charged with
stealing garage sales



Two area women have been
charged with stealing garage
sales, as well as shoplifting.
On March 30 the Mayberry
County Sheriff's Department
was notified of a theft of
a garage sale in Jamestown
Township. The person holding
the garage sale was able to
provide deputies with a license
plate number of the people
who had allegedly stolen the
sale. The vehicle was later
located by deputies.
The driver, Kandice Ste-
phens, 28, Mayberryville, and her
passenger, Jenny Jo Polkinghorn,
28, Mayberry Grove, were found
to be in possession of stolen
garage sales. During the investigation
it was also discovered
that the women had allegedly
stolen three other garage
sales in Mayberry Green and
Jamestown Townships, and
had shoplifted from the Dollar
General in Mayberry City.
Stephens and Polkinghorn
were both arrested and charged
with four counts of theft.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #160 on: April 12, 2012, 06:50:17 AM »

While disturbed by her actions; I like her name: Jenny Jo Polkinghorn.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #161 on: April 12, 2012, 07:14:33 AM »

• 8:44 p.m.: An anonymous
caller reported the smell of marijuana
in the 600 block of West
Plymouth Street. Nothing could
be found.


• 9:26 p.m.: An unwanted individual
was in the 100 block of
East Milwaukee Street. The individual
was warned and moved
along.

• 10:45 p.m.Roger D. Knoll, 60, Milton,
was cited for an illegal blood
on Indian Mound Parkway.

• 10:49 p.m. Police responded
to a juvenile problem
in the 600 block of West Picnic
Street.

•  11:34 p.m. A blanket was reported
stolen on Vinal Street
in Wittenberg.

•  12:05 a.m. The Police Department
said a resident reported
seeing a bear Saturday, and
authorities tried to trap it
but could not.
Police received a call
Monday from another resident
who said a bear was
in his yard, standing on its
hind legs in a threatening
posture. Police notified
the state Department of
Natural Resources, which
instructed officers not to
allow the bear to escape.
The bear was killed before
the DNR arrived.

•  1:23 a.m. A sign
put up on a tree by grieving
parents warning of the
dangers of drunken driving
was found in a ditch a mile
from where it was posted,
authorities said.
The sign was found
Tuesday by a Mayberry County
Sheriff's deputy after the
Sheriff's Office got an
anonymous tip.


•  2:04 a.m. Caller reports a
2 or 3 year old child alone, not
certain where the child lives.
Responding deputy advised
parents that if the child is up,
they need to be up as well.


•  2:43 a.m. Caller found
horse droppings in various
areas in his woods, and wants
to file a trespassing complaint.
Caller states he believes he
knows who in the area owns
the horse, and caller has as a
civil issue with this person.


•  3:12 a.m. Caller reports
neighbor is blowing leaves into
his yard. Officer determines
the wind, not a neighbor, was
blowing the leaves.

•  3:56 a.m. Caller reports
neighbors were shooting at
them. Upon investigation, incident
was a misunderstanding
and shooting sound was a
door being slammed.

•  4:21 a.m.Caller reports that
over past few days, someone
has been moving trash cans,
placing bales of hay in the middle
of the roadway, and now
there is a tree across the
neighbor's driveway.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #162 on: April 16, 2012, 12:02:53 PM »

The Mayberry Society of Sex Offenders for Christ (MSSOC) would like to purchase custom trading cards (similar to baseball trading cards) that would represent the members of the society. These trading cards would be used as part of our community outreach mission. Members could give cards to kids they meet in parks or distribute cards at community events. It is a great way for people to get to know the sex offenders of the community.
The cards generally have a picture of the offender on the front with his/her name and our logo. The backside may include some more detailed information about the featured offender and/or the specific offences. There could also be some type of safety message included.
We would like to partner with a local business or community service organization in making these cards and distributing them throughout the community. We would ask our partner to sponsor the cards by donating the cost to make the cards to the society. In exchange for the donation, the society would formally recognize our partnership. Additionally, the sponsor may have their name or logo printed on the cards. This partnership would be an excellent public relations opportunity for the society and the sponsoring business / organization.
Initial cost estimates to have the cards printed are about $1,500.00. This would include a quantity of about 250 cards per rapist.
Any organization that is interested in this positive opportunity should contact me at their earliest convenience. The process can take several weeks and we would like to get the cards made and start distributing them as soon as possible.
Your consideration in the matter is greatly appreciated.
Sincerely,
Danny M. Moister
Rape Commander
MSSOC
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Anonymous
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« Reply #163 on: April 16, 2012, 01:22:09 PM »

This sounds like a great idea, and I know my son will be interested. He sees members of your society around town, but, because he can't remember their names or what they went to prison for, is always too shy to approach them. I hope these trading cards will help him overcome his timidness.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #164 on: April 16, 2012, 02:31:09 PM »

This sounds like a great idea, and I know my son will be interested. He sees members of your society around town, but, because he can't remember their names or what they went to prison for, is always too shy to approach them. I hope these trading cards will help him overcome his timidness.

Yes, these cards will provide some much needed "social lubrication."
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