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Paulding Progress April 24, 2013

Convicted on: May 6, of lewd, lascivious conduct with a minor in Benewah, Idaho. Magnolia St. Convicted on: July 26, of rape and assault with intent to ravish in Jackson. Convicted on: June 15, of sexual battery in Pike County. Convicted on: April 7, of sexual battery in Hinds County. Convicted on: June 1, of t ouching of a child for lustful purposes in Jones County.

Terry W. Convicted on: May 22, of sexual assault in Harris, Texas and of aggravated sexual assault of a child on March 8, in Fort Bend, Texas. Convicted on April 7, of sexual battery in Clarke County. Convicted on: May 14, of child molestation in Forrest County. Convicted on: March 11, in U.

Federal Court of unlawful sexual contact. Convicted on: May 9, of simple rape in Tangipahoa, La. Convicted on: July 29, of touching of a child for lustful purposes in Forrest County. Convicted on: July 19, of two counts child exploitation in Lamar County. Convicted on: June 20, of sexual battery in Harrison County. Convicted on: March 26, of attempted crime against danger, attempted aggravated rape in Terrebone, La. Leslie A. Moffett Jr.

Ruffin Ave. Convicted on: March 30, of seduction of a child under age 18 in Jasper County.

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Geddie Rd. Convicted on: March 11, of touching a child for lustful purposes in Tallahatchie County. James D. District Court on Dec. William Overstreet Jr. Lot 1, Laurel. Convicted on: April 24, , Sept. Stanley C. The original jail levy, which was initially passed was a five- year-levy and was ready to expire.

County officials placed out three at- tempts to renew the funding for the fa- cility and each time they failed. Jennings noted that reaction at the meeting was good. I mean there are people with a lot of different opinions on lots of different things, but very polite, and very much a respectful interchange of information. Most of the other major hurdles have been cleared. The tough part now will be finding a buyer for the power to be generated. And around here, it really blows! Over visitors enjoyed crafts, refresh- ments, books and the screen- ing of the Wizard of Oz movie while they waited their turn to enter the tornado vortex ele- vator.

The Bookmobile team was recognized for its quality serv- ice, inspired programs and dedication to make sure that all residents of the county have access to library materials. Sheriff Jason Landers said locally there has been an in- crease in the meth culture dur- ing the past year. His office has cleaned up 12 labs. Officers were on the scene nearly 10 hours.

Throughout the day, five deputies, the sheriff and prose- cuting attorney were at the site. While on the scene in un- marked vehicles, the officers surprised two other people who showed up at the home. No ad- ditional information has been released about this pair.

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Members of the Oakwood Fire Department stood by at the scene with a brush truck. Handling these matters put investigating officers in a very dangerous situation.

The special suits, which almost look like scuba diving attire complete with air tanks, guard against fire, inhalation and absorption issues. Dangers investigators, and those cooking the meth, face include explosions, respiratory. Paulding Library team wins two awards. Clinton St. The bookmobile has an ac- tive following throughout the county including Scott, Haviland, Briceton, Brough - ton, Melrose, Grover Hill, Cecil, Auglaize Village, Mandale, Latty as well as nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

Grand jury indicts eight. Mey er , 23, Paulding, one count possession of heroin, fifth-degree felony. Th oma s, 57, Defiance, two counts permit- ting drug abuse, felony of the second degree. Osl ey , 32, ad-. BELAU After 78 wonder- ful years, Bob passed away in Tavares, Fla. He was fortu- nate to have one great-grand- son, Kameron Belau, and one nephew, Richard Gype, Seat- tle.

Bob was well known throughout the area for grow- ing Belau melons.

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He began growing his melon fame at the age of 12 and his season is still on s chedule. After serving in the United States Army, he returned to Oakwood. Bob has left behind an amazing legacy of love. He will be remembered for his infectious laugh and his larger than life personality. Many lives were touched by this wonderful man, and many melons were enjoyed! Services were Saturday, April 13 at St. Schaf- fer Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Sunday, April On Aug. Genevieve preceded Henry in death on Sept.

He then married Emma R. Bid- lack Crone on Sept. She survives in Leipsic. Many people will remember him though his promotion and planning of the new K of C building, chicken fries and polka dances. Henry loved polka dancing, includ- ing dancing in his wooden shoes. He loved to travel and camp, taking his family on long summer trips throughout the United States.

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Mass of Christian Burial will begin a. Stephen Schroeder officiating.

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Burial will follow in the church cemetery. On April 2, , he married Dorothy May Mengerink, who sur- vives. He had attended Mt. Also surviving are two sons, Randall K. April 17, Paulding County Progress - 3A. Updated weekdays at www. Obituaries are posted daily. The Amish Cook. By: Lovina Eicher.

My dad would al- ways smoke the sausage in a smokehouse he had built. Benjamin, Joseph, and Kevin are hauling out some manure from the barn. Kevin has a therapy appointment. Benjamin wants to take the cans into the store that him and Joseph collected along the road. The boys collect cans along the roads because here in Michigan they are worth 10 cents apiece.

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