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PAGE 2 Saturday, January 19, 1991 Tipton County court news TIPTON CIRCUIT COURT NOTES Filings The following information was filed and obtained from the off ice of Tipton County Clerk Bonita Guff ey. Though certain parties may be designated as defendants, such designations should not be construed as an indication of guilt: Civil State of Indiana, State Student Assistance Commission vs Sandra K. Headley, complaint . Lillian Furr and William Furr vs Road Express, inc., a ueiaware corporation, Matthew Aleska, John W. Mabry and feneywell. Inc., a Delaware corporation diba Honeywell Protection Services, complaint Paula Hobbs vs Robert D. Moore, complaint Clerinda L. Hollingsworth, administrator of the estate of Hobart Paul Hollingsworth, deceased vs Wendell Hollingsworth Judgments Rendered The following cases were tried in Tipton Circuit Court under the jurisdiction of Judge Dane P. Nash: Government paid Noriega $300,000 MIAMI (AP) The CIA and U.S. Army paid Manuel Noriega more than $300,000 in payments and gifts over 31 years, according to papers filed by the U.S. government Friday in the deposed Panamanian leader's drug case. The government said they'd released the information to counter statements by Noriega's attorneys that the Central Intelligence Agency paid him "millions of dollars" during its relationship with the defendant. The government has been very secretive about any financial arrangements it had with Noriega. The documents, signed by lead prosecutor Michael P. Sullivan, said the CIA paid Noriega $160,058, including $1,949 for gifts to him and his family. The CIA funds were in the form of monthly payments and stretched from 1971 to 1986. Prosecutors would not say why the money was paid to Noriega, who has been described in the past as a CIA informant who would tip the U.S. government on a wide TV show tip leads to SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) An appearance on the television show "Unsolved Mysteries" has led to the arrest of a man believed to be former Mishawaka resident Thomas Paul Hickey, a fugitive on federal drug charges. FBI agents arrested the suspect at his home near Seattle, Wash., Monday afternoon, said Robert Hannis, a South Bend FBI agent who is in Seattle' working on the case. Hickey, 34, and co-defendant William C. McCarthy were mentioned in a Jan. 9 segment of the NBC television show, that featured several people sought by the FBI. Hickey and McCarthy were indicted in November 1986 by a federal grand juty in jSouth Bend along with six other suspects. They were alleged to bj kingpins marijuana distribution ring. ' The alleged -drug ring is believed to have distributed more than $100 million worth of marijuana between 1979 and 1986, according to authorities. 'The operation was centered in a pole bam on U.S. 12 east of Niles. Notices. ELWOOD YMCA RECYCLING Donations of paper, glass and aluminum for the YMCA may be dropped off at the Elwood Marsh Supermarket tot on Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m. RECYCLING SITES Azimow and Cutbertson Scrap Yard, 206 South Curve St., Alexandria, will purchase aluminum cans and scrap, vehicle batteries, brass and copper. Ph. 724-9752. Frankton Boy Scouts, aluminum cans and glass bottles and jars can be left in the barrels on the :omers at the Comer of Washington and.'WalfW-Sls and 11th and Walnut Sts ; Knljty of Pythias. rner of Plum and John Sts., -rankton, newspapers can be left in fi9 red barns in the parking tot HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULING MEETING HELD TUESDAY The Frankton JrSr High School wil hold an 8th grade student and parent meeting on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Eagle's Den for aH parents and 8th grade students who wl attend Frankton HigH in the fafl of 1991. Al students and parents of the Class of 1995 are urged to attend to learn about Frankton High School. Applewood 9 u;j:ifci:;f.iK.:i.n..n:iii;:r.i3.ai:inSg -Tec .FREE- all : TSjrsrreiranxJeT fGH Eve of DetTucSM R Rocf VPGU ii hvr.c i TV I inuL J Nf nntiti ft 7; ; , Uniim Ik. J I ww"" I 3" OZ. l j Retcueri Down GocfaerER Susan Feruson, as guardian of the person and estate of Bryan Baker vs Jerry Wood; dismissed with prejudice Ina Webb, administrator of the estate of Comer J. Webb Sr.fdeceased.vs Dukes Memorial Hospital, dismissed with prejudice State of Indiana vs Tammy Jackson, plea agreement Defendant pleads guilty to possession of marijuana, a Class D felony Defendant sentenced to three years in Tipton County Jail, eight - days to be served with credit for time . served, remainder of time suspended Defendant placed on supervisory probation with fees, fined $1 plus cost of this action and 100 hours of community service State of Indiana vs Alfred Lewis McAdams, plea agreement Defendant pleads guilty to two counts of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a Class A misdemeanor and Class D felony Defendant sentenced to three range of Central American security and law enforcement matters. In addition, the U.S. Army paid Noriega $162,108, including a $50,000 sound projection system. The Army began by paying Noriega $10.70 in 1955 and continued the payments through 1986 when it gave him $3,500. The years in which the CIA paid the most money were 1979, when he received $24,200 and 1985 when he was paid $25,000. The most profitable year with the. Army was 1972 when he was paid $9,964. Lead defense attorney Frank Rubino said he had not yet looked at the documents, but quipped: "If it adds up to $11 million then it's correct." The papers were made public just before a Friday hearing on a dismissal motion by Noriega's defense team. . The defense lawyers have asked that the case against their client be , McCarthy, 36, and Hickey disappeared during the investigation and have been sought by federal authorities for five years. A Seattle area resident contacted "Unsolved Mysteries" and said the man identified as Hickey resembled a person he knew under a different name, Hannis said. The show's producers passed the information along to the FBI, who arrested the suspect in his house on Bainbridge Island in Puget Sound. The man was using the name Paul James Kelly, Hannis said, and was living with his wife, who was using the name Diana Moore. Hannis said he was positive Kelly was Hickey. "We've got no question. This is who we've got. It's him. From physical observations, records, etc., we know it's him," said Hannis. "We're pleased. After five years of trying to locate him, it finally paid off. We attribute it to "Unsolved Mysteries." not for that, we might never would have found him." Kelly appeared before U.S. Magistrate John Weinberg Tuesday in Seattle, where an attorney was meet staff members and discuss required and elective courses for high school graduation. CANDLELIGHT VIGIL A candlelight vigil will be held at 5:45 p.m. Monday at the Madison Christian Church in Frankton. The vigil win be held every Monday throughout Desert Storm. MADISON COUNTY COURTHOUSE CLOSED The Madison County Government Center in Anderson as well as most governmental buildings and license bureaus will be dosed Monday in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday. THEATRE 407NHimMnSl . Aitnnfra 724-2232 HOME ALONE pg f&l I St) 7 1 1 Sm&r 7 00 At Im Pm MJh S3 X lUonati Sr I SnS Uikwts 1. J rt! S MATINEE ACUSSCN ONLY J1.50 CpThadF2fcri j SCTTERP;ElD RD at i 9 ElJ n A&PlEWQODCEVPE 642-090 . Awakening PGU 1 IfcnUeart R - EcfcranJ SastortiancH PC . Msen R MseTM Under C fcm years in the Tipton County Jail with one year to be served with credit for time served, remainder of time suspended Defendant placed on probation with fees for three years Defendant's driver's license suspended for one year Defendant fined $1 plus cost of this actions State of Indiana vs Kimberly Scott (Perry), plea agreement Defendant pleads guilty to check deception, a Class A misdemeanor Defendant sentenced to one year . in the Tipton County Jail, suspended Defendant placed on one year unsupervisory probation Defendant ordered to pay restitution State of Indiana vs Amy M. Dawson, dismissed with prejudice State of Indiana vs Steven E. Richardson, dismissed with prejudice State of Indiana vs Shane J. Camp, dismissed with prejudice Dissolutions granted Jan Bustinza and Eriberto thrown out, based on what they call "outrageous misconduct" by the government in taping his prison telephone calls to his attorney's office. One tape of the calls was leaked and later telecast by Cable NewS Network, touching off a constitutional showdown pitting the right of media against the right to a fair trial. CNN still faces criminal contempt charges for the telecast. U.S. District Judge William Hoeveler said he would rule on the dismissal motion by Jan. 28. Assistant U.S. Attorney Norman Moscowitz told the judge Friday the defense has failed to show any intentional effort to tape attorney-client calls. He argued that the defense had suffered no damage, saying the review of the tapes was abandoned in August because they provided no leads. But defense attorney Jon May recalled the prosecution's admission in the first part of the arrest of Hoosier appointed to represent him. An identity hearing is scheduled there for next Tuesday, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney William Grimmer in South Bend. At that time, federal officials will try to prove the man arrested is the same man charged in the South Bend federal court indictment. ff the man is proved to be Hickey or if he admits he is, he will be returned to South Bend to stand trial. In the meantime, the man. remains in federal custody in a county jail in Tacoma, Wash., Police report ELWOOD POUCE Jeffery Cole, 1900 N. E St., was arrested at 5:24 p.m. at the intersection of S. M and Anderson Sts. for having a false and fictitious registration. He was found driving a white '69 Dodge. An unknown vehicle damaged the garage door at 2230 S. K St Velma Haas reported that it happened LOS ANGELES (AP) Actress Sally Field has hired a bodyguard after receiving threats apparently inspired by her starring role in the controversial film "Not Without My Daughter." The Oscar-winning actress decided to hire protection 'because of the times we're in right now," her publicist, Pat Kingsley, said - We Are New In Elwood Give Us A ChancbJo Serve You In insurance work WRECK rebuilding framework spot repair COMPLETE REPAINT ... .. .. Bustlnza - Ronald Del Dulworth and Debra Darlene Dulworth Carla Sue Yundt and Kurt David Yundt MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS The following people applied for marriage licenses in the office of Tipton County Clerk: Michael Allen Kerst, 21, Elwood, and Tamara Sue Stansberry, 20, Windfall Dennis F. WikJrick, 50, Tipton, and Sharon A. Medlen, 29, Tipton Rondall Brent Long. ,21, Tipton,, and Seana L Young, 24, Tipton TIPTON CITY COURT NOTES The following people were fined recently in Tipton City Court: Braddie L Burks, 46, Chicago, III., speeding, $69. Marvin D. Long, 45, Noblesville, speeding, $67. David J. Rose, 35, Coloma, Mich., no fuel tax permit, $53. Diane E. Stofko, 25, Pittsburgh, Pa., speeding, $68. hearing last week that it sought to hide subpoenas of the tapes from the defense. In that bearing, Sullivan acknowledged the U.S. attorney's office had hidden Its intention to listen to the tapes, but denied having done anything wrong. The government says Noriega knew he was being recorded, and signed a release authorizing such monitoring. Noriega is scheduled to go to trial June 24. Two minor co-defendants, William Saldarriaga and Brian Davidow, have been granted separate trials due to begin. Feb. 19. For a year, Noriega has been held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center outside Miami on charges that he accepted $4.6 million in bribes from Colombia's drug cartels to use Panama as a smuggling way station. The U.S. military captured Noriega after its December 1989 invasion of Panama. Hannis said. Hickey and McCarthy face 31 charges from the original 43-count indictment. The charges include running a continuing criminal enterprise, conspiracy to distribute and possess marijuana, filing false income tax returns, interstate travel to aid a racketeering enterprise and obstruction of justice. Each man faces prison terms up to life, fines exceeding $1.5 million and possible forfeiture of assets obtained with illegal drug proceeds. sometime today and the estimated damage was $300. A juvenile female was arrested at 9:45 a.m. at the intersection of Main and 16th sts. for probation violation and being listed as a runaway. Anita Leisure, 2122 S. J St., was arrested for not having financial responsibility for. an accident that took place in December of 1990. Thursday. "We felt R might be wise." In the movie released Jan. 11, Miss Field plays the American wife of an Iranian-born physician who deceives her and their daughter into making a trip to his homeland. While there, she finds herseV held hostage. Details and the nature of the threats weren't disclosed by Kingsley. Oil To Show Our Appreciation and Earn Your Business, BRING IN THIS AND RECEIVE 10 DURING JANUARY and FEBRUARY TREE ESTIMATES'1 ELWOOD COLLISION CENTER Oliver W. Fisher, 19, Indianapolis, no seatbelt, $15. Aaron G. Quails, 29, Indianapolis, speeding, $66. David W. Taylor, 47, Speedway, no fuel tax permit, $78. Danny S. Leftwich, 34, Danville, Va., no fuel tax permit, $78. Andrea R. Walter, 18, Frankfort, speeding, $64. Laine L Watts, 37, St. Joseph, Mich., speeding,'1 $64. Gregory J. Palmeter, 26, Loves Park, III., speeding, $65. Diane S. Abernathy, 37, West - Chester, Ohio, no seatbelt, $15. Whitney B. Grayson, 39, Indiana polis, speeding, $68. Christopher B. Underwood, 28, Indianapolis, speeding, $67. Travis Lee Strong, 19, Tipton, speeding, $67. Leonard E Fulkerson, 23, Koko-mo, no seatbelt, $15. - Cirilo Garcia, 24, Goshen, speeding, $71. Chad R. Oberlin, 1 8, Fort Wayne, speeding, $67. Kelly M. Stamm, 30, Carmel, speeding, $67. Michael D. Hoover, 44, Fishers, speeding, $67. Eric M. Bowser, 39, Galveston, speeding, failed to appear, sent to Bureau of Motor Vehicles Robert E. Cornelius; 41, Benton Harbor, Mich., speeding, failed to appear, sent to BMV. Timothy E. Camp, 25, Indianapolis, no valid license, failed to appear, sent to BMV. Alyce R. Carlton, 40, Indianapolis, speeding, failed to appear, sent to BMV. Salvador M. Cuevas, 25, Elkhart, no seatbelt, failed to appear, sent to BMV. Ismael Ramos, 23, Sharpsville, operating while intoxicated, $ 1 00 fine and $ 1 1 3 in court costs; 1 80 days jail, four days credit; 1 80 days supervised probation with fees, following jail term; Alcohol Program. Rita Rambis, Tipton, failure to stop for school bus, $50 fine and $113 in court costs. Thomas E. Bryan, 41, Tipton, public intoxication, $50 fine and $113 in court costs. Bradley K. Passenger, 40, Bloom-ington, speeding, $67.' John L. Chappelow, 31, Browns-burg, speeding, $67. Kenneth R. Koger, 23, Indianapolis, no seatbelt, $15. Jackie J. Johnson, 45, Elkhart, speeding, $66. T. W. Adcock, 59, Elkhart, speeding. $67. - Steven F. Ross, 55, Indianapolis, no seatbelt, $15. Jimmy D. Smithson, 29, Tipton, speeding, $63. v, Scott A. Nettles, 19, Kokomo, disregarded stop sign, $93. Dennis L. Funkhouser, 34, Indianapolis, speeding, $119. Fulton L Void. 38, DublinOhio, speeding, $67. LOTTERY ROUNDUP Here art the winning numbers picked Friday In the lotteries of selected states. ILLINOIS Daily Game: 5-6-7. Pick Four: 3-8-1-3. Little Lotto: 13-19-20-27-33. Estimated LOTTO jackpot: $1 0 million. INDIANA Dally Three: 7-3-7. Dally Four: 2-6-2-3. Saturday's Instant-win LOTTO CASH jackpot: $73 million. LOTTO AMERICA jackpot: $5 million. 3 km sitvt no stiiKK GutUNtftG damson atictcu Jittjelmy OFF ANY REPAIR Ben J. Dodson, 43, Marion, speeding, $67. Bobbie J. Howard, 48, Indianapolis, speeding, $67. Trade E. Pettit, 44, Kokomo, no seatbelt, $15. Steven E. Williams, 34, Indianapo-. lis, speeding, $67. Lisa M. Daniels, 17, Greentown, speeding, failed to appear, sent to BMV. Carol A. Emminger, 33, Indianapolis, speeding, failed to appear, sent to BMV. Tracy L Fisher, 17, Indianapolis, no seatbelt, failed to appear, sent to BMV. John P. Gartland Jr., 34, r eru, no license" in possession, failed to annaar. sent to BMV. Robert R. Henline, 38, Lebanon, speeding, failed to appear, sent to: BMV. LAND TRANSFERS The following information was obtained from the office of Tipton County Recorder' Jacqueline Clements, and reflects transactions of real property during the month of December 1990: Zola M. Gaiser to Gary L Wisher-: PT SE' 26-21-4 37.265 acres Willow Creek Estates, Inc. to Gary : rt All -a I T re I. lAf!lfM.. r.AftL r. JH 81 UX LI 03 III VVIIIUTO lIBVIV. Subdivision, Section 4 Paul D. Hopkins et ux to Lex B. rtuuiirun iu ii iv vny wi fipiwn Ravmond E. Holderman et ux to T . & W General Contracting Services,. . Ina PT LT 5 BLK 26 in South Addition, to the Citv of Tioton Dick A Man Aaron Ticen to Rav- mond A. Denham et ux PT E'i E1 , SWA 9-91-4 1 75 acres Becky Albright et al to David C. Peters et ux LT 5 in Olin Q. Evans subdivision ' ' Robert LHaynes to J. Nathan Bell et ux PT E'i SW4 28-21-4 T & W General Contracting Ser-vices Inc. to Arvil L. Wilham et ux PT LT 5 BLK 26 in South Addition to the City of Tipton LeRoy H. Johnson et ux to Jerry A, . Shannon et ux PT LT 1 in Section 3 of Johnson Estates Subdivision - Sherry L White Richardson to n...u ui a.u. ... . ,u ciz ecu lajmbiu . mnauuiy m ua on gui SW 27-22-4 20.23 acres Bryan K. Rippy et ux to Lewis R, Rood et ux PT LT 1 BLK 8 in Arms-. trong's Second Addition to the City of Tipton Holloway Farms, Inc. to Kenneth W. Childs et ux PTS NWX 29-21-5 Franklin E. Rogers et ux to Bennett M. Roberts et ux PT LTS 6 4 7 BLK 7 in SI Davis' Addition to the Town of Goldsmith. Michael Duane Little etux to Jesse J. & Mary V. Clem PT SEVi 9-22-5 John A. Ripberger et ux to Annabelle Harrison et al S!4 NEVi SWV4 20-22-3 20. acres Myron H. Barnettto Nancy A. Hill, PT E'i SWi 5-21-3 1.63 acres John Sceha et ux to William D. Smock et ux LT 3 BLK 2 in J.E, Young's Addition to the City of Tipton KENTUCKY Pick 3: 2-4-6. MICHIGAN Dally Lottery: 0-9-1. Dally-4: 4-0-3-8. The Keno numbers were: 1, 2, 14, 18, 21, 23, 35, 38, 40, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 59, 60, 61, 62, 66, 69, 73, 75. The LOTTO 47 Jackpot is worth $10 million. OHIO Pick 3 Numbers: 4-3-1. Pick 4 Numbers: 0-0-6-7. Cards: Queen (Queen) of Hearts; Jack (Jack) of Clubs; 4 (four) of Diamonds; Jack' Jack) of Spades. ULTWAeTBIOj f NOW SHOWING J TONIGHT 7:00 49:05 SUN.-MON.-TUES.J & WED. AT 7:1 5 ; mm can 552-2578 3121 E. Main Street

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