Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on November 8, 1996 · 2
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Friday, November 8, 1996
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A2 ALBANY (OR.) DEMOCRAT-HERALD. FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1996 On the Record Police seeking man in alleged kidnappings Police agencies throughout the mid-valley were alerted today to look for a 34-year-old Albany man wanted in connection for allegedly kidnapping his estranged wife and young son on Wednesday. A Linn County Circuit Court bench warrant was issued today for Billy Raymond Sisson on two counts of first-degree kidnapping, first-degree burglary, second-degree assault, being a felon in possession of a firearm and violation of a restraining order. Bail has been set at $500,000. Sisson allegedly went to his estranged wife's east Albany apartment on Wednesday, armed with a rifle, and kidnapped her and their 2-year-old son. While detaining the two, Sisson allegedly assaulted the woman. He let both go several hours later. The child was unharmed, Sisson is described as white, 6-foot-3, with brown collar-lejigth hair, blue eyes and a mustache. Calendar Bazaars SATURDAY Crabtree Community 9 a.m. 4:30 p.m., Crabtree Community Hall. Eaglet Auxiliary 9 a m. -4 p.m. ; Eagles Lodge, 127 Broadalbin St., Albany. Historic Holiday Sale 10 a.m. 4 p.m., 630 Seventh Ave. S.W., Albany. In One Place 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., 244 N.W. Second St., Corvallis. Jefferson Baptist 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Jefferson Baptist Church gym, 15002 Jefferson Highway, half a mile north of town. Breakfast, lunch available. Lebanon Legion Auxiliary 9 a.m. -4 p.m.; American Legion Club, 480 Main St., Lebanon. Our Saviour's Lutheran 9 a.m. -7 p.m., Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, 3111 S. Main Road, Lebanon. SafeHaven Humane 9 a.m. -4 p.m.; Target Store at Heritage Mall, Albany. Takena Holiday Fair 9 a.m. -4 p.m.; Tak-ena Elementary School, 1210 12th Ave. S.W., Albany. Village Peddler 10 a.m. -6 p.m., Riverside Community Hall, Riverside Drive, Albany. Events TONIGHT ACT drama 8:15 p.m., "Death and the Maiden," 111 First Ave. W.; $7, $5 for seniors. Not suitable for children. Author's reading 8 p.m., Old World Deli, 341 S.W. Second, Corvallis; Clen.ons Starck from "Journeyman's Wages." No charge. Children's play 7:30 p.m., "Winnie the Pooh, Majestic Theater, 115 S.W. Second, Corvallis; $3. Daddies concert 9 p.m., Venetian Theater, 241 First Ave. W., Albany; with the Scandals; S8. Sondheim tribute 8 p.m., "We're Gonna Be All Right," First Presbyterian Church, Eighth and Monroe, Corvallis; $10, $8 students. Talent Corps 2 p.m., young performers act, dance, play instruments and sing. Majestic Theater, 1 1 5 S W. Second. Corvallis, $6. SATURDAY ACT drama 8 15 pm., "Death and the Maiden," 111 First Ave W.; $7, $5 for seniors. Not suitable for children. Pops on Broadway 9 p m, Lebanon Elks Ballroom. Park and Ash streets. Linn-Benton and Albany bands. $7. Sondheim tribute 8 p.m., "We're Gonna Be All Right," First Presbyterian Church, Eighth arwtMonroe, Corvallis; $10; $8 students. Storytime and crafts 10 30 a m main li brary, 1390 Waverly Drive S E., Albany; all ages welcome. Supermarket Saturday 10 a.m -6 p.m.; people aie asked to donate money and food at Safeway stores. Most needed: peanut butler, tuna fish, canned fruits and vegetables, pastas, soups. Dances TONIGHT Cascade Foothill Squares 8 p.m. dance, Stayton Community Center, 400 W. Virginia St.. Senior citizens' dances 7:30 p.m., Chintimini Senior Center, 2601 N.W. Tyler, Corvallis; $2. SATURDAY Corvallis squares 8 p.m., mainstream dance with third tips plus, Benton Center, 630 N.W Seventh. Sweet Home Squarenaders 7:30 p.m. rounds; 8 p m squares. Oak Heights School gym, Sixth and Elm streets Potluck at break. Organizations SATURDAY Adoption families 5 9 p.m. potluck dinner, magic show. First Congregational Church, 4516 S.W. West Hills Road, Corvallis. Info: 745-5779. Crowfoot Grange noon potluck, Crowfoot and Central roads, Lebanon. Mid-valley Genealogists 10 a m., First United Methodist Church, 1 165 N W. Monroe. 4, Birthday X'A Love, .nr:-:r!-4 Your ...... Familv JLt-. F Lylc ts""" Krabill I ' is TV 50 Democrat-Herald want ads work! 461 ran my ad in another local newspaper and I received no response. I placed my ad with the D-H, the phone really shook off the wall., and I sold my pickup right away. Andrew W.Philomath The AccuWeather forecast for noon, Saturday, Nov. 9. Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. Iff i rrz , f ILJ FRONTS: V f COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L EE3 0 HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN Via Associated Press Weather OSU Hyslop Station 24 hours to 8 a.m. today High yesterday 58 Low this morning 31 8 a.m. today 34 Precipitation none Precipitation log Jan. 1 to date 46.35 inches Last year to date 37.60 inches Average to date 29.57 inches Almanac River levels this morning Willamette at Albany 6.3 ft. Santiam at Jefferson 6.3 ft. The sun Sunset tonight 4:52 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 7:01 a.m. Newport tides Saturday Highs Lows 10:34 a.m. 8.9 ft. 4:20 a.m. 2.3 ft. 1 1:31 p.m. 7.5 ft. 5:06 p.m. -0.1 ft. Mid-valley Forecast Tonight: Fair. Local fog late. Lows 40-45. Light wind. Saturday: Local morning fog. Otherwise partly cloudy. Highs near 65. Eugene Showers T - Oregon Forecasts Central Oregon Coast Tonight: Fair. Local fog late. Lows near 45. Southeast wind 10 mph. Saturday: Patchy morning fog. Partly cloudy. Highs 60-65. North Oregon Cascades Tonight: Mostly fair. Free air freezing level 13,000 feet. Minimum pass temperatures near 40. Southwest wind 10 mph. Saturday: Partly cloudy. Free air Oregon Hazardous material collection: The results LEBANON - Nearly 20,000 pounds of hazardous materials were collected from 239 households in Lebanon at the most recent collection. The waste collected on Sept. 28 included 8,400 pounds of paint; 2,650 pounds of solvents; 2,500 pounds of pesticides; 2,300 pounds of lead-acid batteries; 1,100 pounds of used motor oil; 600 pounds of antifreeze; 450 pounds of acids and bases; and 1,875 pounds of other wastes. The to Lotteries OREGON Daily 4 Thursday's winning numbers: 3-2-1-0. WASHINGTON Daily Game) Thursday's winning numbers: 2-5-9. 1 Serger Sewing-Basics and Beyond Quick Gifts on the Serger 1 Sally's Jacket Christmas Wall Hanging 1 Serger Napkins Advanced Machine 'SeWin9BaSiCS ISAMPLES ON DISPLAY! Embro -" Pre-registration required Call or stop in for schedule 401 WEST 1ST AVE. DOWNTOWN 10s, El S 0 S T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE Saturday, Nov. 9 AccuWeather forecast for daytime conditions and high temperatures WASH. pLay e Pendleton Portland Newport 59 60 I Portland 64 AJTvJl w I , . C IDAH0 Bend 68 ) I Ontario I 65 I North Bend 1 60 Aj Medford 1 66 , , ,JT 7 jKlamathFalls61 fC I ii J CALIF. NEV. slorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Via Associated Press GraprncsNet freezing level 13,000 feet. Afternoon pass temperatures 45-50. Extended Forecasts Western Oregon Sunday: Partly sunny except for late night and morning low clouds or fog. Lows 35-45. Highs 50-60. Monday and Tuesday: Cloudy with rain at times on the coast Monday spreading inland Tuesday. Lows 40-45. Highs 50 55. Eastern Oregon Sunday: Mostly sunny after patchy morning valley fog. Lows upper 20s to upper 30s. Highs 50 60. Monday: Increasing clouds. Chance of rain mainly west part. Lows 30-40. Highs 50-60. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of a little rain. 1 996 AccuWsatiier, Inc. measurable precipitation for the 24 hours ended at 4 a.m. today: High Low Pep. Astoria 54 53 t Baker City 44 28 Brookings 59 45 Burns 49 24 Eugene 59 42 Lakeview 56 26 Medford 64 34 Newport 57 47 t North Bend 61 49 .02 Pendleton 50 39 Portland 50 45 Redmond 54 , 30 Salem 53 42 t Across the U.S. Temperatures indicate previous day's high and overnight low to 4:33 a.m. today. Hi Lo Pre Otlk Atlanta 75 58 .64 cdy Atlantic City 71 62 .22 rn Austin 69 44 clr Baltimore 73 64 rn Readings Temperature extremes and tal waste collected was 19,875 pounds. Lebanon's first household hazardous waste collection was a combined effort between city of Lebanon and Albany-Lebanon Sanitation to give Lebanon residents an opportunity to dispose their haz Veterans Day Closures A number of closures are planned for Monday, Veterans Day. Banks, credit unions: Closed Monday. Banks that are normally open on Saturday will be open regular hours. Linn-Benton Community College): Closed Monday. Liquor stores: Closed Monday. Newspaper: The Democrat-Herald will have regular afternoon delivery. Oregon State University: All classes and offices will be open Monday Postal services: Regular deliveries ALBANY, OR 97321 926-3763 50s I. f t K S I 1996 AccuWeather, SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Boise Boston Buffalo Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dallas-Ft Wrth Denver Detroit Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami Beach Milwaukee Mpis-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix , Pittsburgh Providence Reno Richmond Sacramento St Louis Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco Seattle Shrevepart . Sioux Falls Spokane Syracuse 34 clr 57 .04 rn 44 .87 rn 30 cdy 40 .41 cdy 42 .34 cdy 44 clr 15 clr 39 .96 cdy 731.33 cdy 42 .14 clr 351.95 cdy 71 .29 rn 34 sn 36 cdy 1 63 clr clr cdy sn cdy 41 .91 cdy 661.67 clr 61 rn 40 clr 35 cdy 67 .15 cdy 65 .01 rn 51 44 .84 58 .21 25. 62 42 clr rn rn clr rri clr 36 .63 clr clr clr clr clr 44 .01 cdy 40 .30 clr 28 cdy 38 cdy 61 .22 rn 73 .41 rn Tampa St Ptsbg 85 Topeka 56 Tucson 73 Tulsa 60 Washingtn.D.C. 71 Wichita 58 Wilkes Barre 68 35 41 42 62 37 65 .01 cdy clr clr rn cdy rn Temperature Extremes High Thursday - 91 at Ft Myers, Fll. Low Friday -12 at Alamosa, Colo, and Taos, N.M. m indicates missing information. ardous wastes in a safe manner. The collection was sponsored by the Department of Environmental Quality. Oregon State University students volunteered their time for the event. Roth's IGA and Pizza King provided food for the volunteers. Saturday. No deliveries Monday. Schools: All schools, school offices and extended learning centers closed Monday. . Veterans Day Parade: Starts at 10 a.m. Monday in downtown Albany. mmmmmm Man held in disappearance of Harrisburg resident, 62 Police in Denver are holding a 24-year-old transient in connection with the disappearance of 62-year-old Robert "Bobby" Lutz of Harrisburg more than two months ego. Justin Tripp has been in jail in Denver since Oct. 11. He is expected to be brought back to Oregon later this month to face a murder charge, according to Bob Gorham, a deputy district attorney in Lane County. Lutz used to live in Harrisburg and has sisters in Harrisburg and Toledo. He had last visited in Harrisburg in late August, and had been camping as recently as Labor Day near Terwilliger Hot Springs east of Blue River. Tripp has also camped there during the summer, Police and Fire Fires ALBANY 9:50 a.m. Thursday Car fire, 635 Pacific Boulevard S.W. Loose battery in 1978 Mercury slid into engine and shorted. Damage estimated at $200. One unit dispatched. 3:33 p.m. Thursday Car fire, 30700 Pirtle Drive S.W. Caused by leaking fuel line in engine compartment. Damage estimated at $5,000. One unit dispatched. CORVALLIS 8:30 a.m. Thursday Chemical reaction caused fire in laboratory on Oregon State University campus, 2100 block of Monroe Street. Damage contained under exhaust hood, extinguished by two lab users with portable extinguisher. No injuries. Nine units dispatched. Injury Accidents ALBANY POLICE 8:50 p.m. Thursday Two-vehicle collision, Pacific Boulevard at Geary Street S.E. Driver Alan Ray Moore, 37, Albany, with passenger Anthony Scott Renz, 24, Albany. Driven Martin Jacob Magelky, 27, Junction City. All three injured; Magelky taken to Albany General Hospital, treated for injuries and taken to Linn County Jail. LINN COUNTY SHERIFF 9:28 p.m. Sunday Single-vehicle accident, Highway 226 near Main Street, Scio. Driven Anthony Scott Krieg, 30, Scio. Taken to Lebanon Community Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. ' Burglaries, Thefts (Of $750 or mora) ALBANY POLICE Taken from a pickup parked in the 1800 block of 21st Avenue S.E., reported Thursday: speaker box, two Atomic subwoofer speakers, Kenwood amplifier, Toshiba amplifier, 25 compact discs. Value, including broken window: $1,350. UNN COUNTY SHERIFF Taken from the 28900 block of Berlin Road, Sweet Home, reported Wednesday: white 1993 Dodge Colt Oregon license UXM 394. Value: $5,000. Arrests, Referrals albany police Cory Scott Gottschalk, 21, Albany, Thursday. Charges: Lane County warrants for two counts of felony driving while suspended or revoked, Salt Lake County, Utah warrant. Taken to Lane County jail. Alfred Eugene Tickell, 37, Woodburn, Thursday. Charges: unauthorized use of a vehicle, Marion County warrant for parole violation. Lodged in Linn County Jail. Anitra Louise Keigans, 44, Albany, Thursday. Charges: parole or probation violation, Benton County warrants for possession of a controlled substance and failure to appear. Taken to Benton County jail. Martin Jacob Magelky, 27, Junction City, Thursday, Charges: failure to perform the duties of a driver in an accident with injuries, driving under the influence of intoxicants. Conditional release from custody; cited to appear in Linn County District Court Nov. 27. UNN COUNTY SHERIFF Judy Marie Clemmer, 15, Lebanon, It's Getting Cold! Winterize YourRV With These Hot Winter Specials Catalytic Heaters 10 off. Buy One Dri-Z-Air Crystal Get One Free With This Ad! Lcfr Sweet Home JQ, R.V. Center WeLoveRVs 4691 Hwy 20, Sweet Home 367-4293 or 1-800-728-7826 Fax 541-367-2495 Call 926-22 1 iff V 7 Gorham said. The Lane County Sheriffs Office began investigating the case as a possible homicide on Sept. 16, when authorities in Raton, N.M. reported Lutz's small motor home had been parked at a truck stop there for 12 days. The keys were inside and the interior had been ransacked, family members said. Personal checks from .Lutz's account began turning up after the motor home was found, and a ring that Lutz owned was recovered last month in a pawnshop in Denver, Gorham said. Gorham would not say when, where or if Lutz's body had been found. The case so far is largely circumstantial, but investigators are continuing to develop leads. Thursday. Charge: first-degree burglary. Taken to juvenile detention. Sasha Renae Davidson, 15, Lebanon, Thursday. Charges: first-degree burglary, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. Referred to Linn County juvenile authorities. James John Coulter, 29, Mehama, Thursday. Charges: delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance (metham-phetamine). Lodged in Linn County Jail. Craig Franklin Hardin, 25, Albany, Thursday. Charges: possession of a controlled substance, possession of less than an ounce, probation violation. Lodged in Linn County Jail. John Robert Burnham, 28, Eugene, today. Charge: unauthorized use of a vehicle. Lodged in Linn County Jail. UNN PAROLE AND PROBATION Arlen Dean Robb, 35, Albany, Thursday. Charge: parole violation. Lodged in Linn County Jail. JWwnyDemocrat-tocralO Publication number USPS 012-280 Periodicals postage paid at Albany, OR 97321 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Albany Democrat-Herald, P.O. Box 130, Albany, OR 97321-0041 Customer Information ""n Published daily except Vy3 .tit &unoay Dy mb. inc. Office Address 600 Lyon St. S.W., Albany, Oregon Mailing Address P.O. Box 130, Albany. OR 97321-0041 E-mail Address World Wide Web Address http7www. mvonline . com Telephone numbers Albany J541) 926-2211 9956217 926:5296 926-4799 l?!U.r?6 from . Ha.rnsburjL Advertising FAX News FAX Supervisory Personnel John E. Buchner Publisher SaltaClrculation W. 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