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Page A-2 August 2 - August 8, 2010 ✰ Apache Junction - Gold Canyon News ✰ The Hometown Newspaper Crash With Car Kills Olive “Nadine” Grobe Obituaries to talk with in any situation. brother-in-law, Donna and Ed Bicyclist On Meridian Olive “Nadine” Grobe, 82, a resident of the Forest Grove community, died Monday morning, July 26, 2010 at She was a member of Portland First Church of the Nazarene. Among her special interests she was a great cook and was Williams, of Bethany, Okla- homa. Also surviving are her four grandchildren and their spouses, Timothy and Heather Resident passed in path of motor vehicle, police said the The Grove Retirement always organized and kept Price, of Hillsboro, Oregon; By Christina Fuoco- Community in Forest Grove, a clean and neat home. She Tammy and Erik King, of Karasinski Oregon. A Celebration of was preceded in death by her North Plains, Oregon; Tracey traveling east while cross- to the Pinal County attorney’s Life Service will held later parents, Presley Pickle and and Bryan Brosius, of North The News ing Meridian Drive, 600 feet office for review. in August. Concluding Rites Edith Pickle Buby, her adop- Plains, Oregon; and Jackie W. A 42-year-old Apache Junc- south of Apache Trail inter- “Rain, poor lighting, poor and Interment will follow at tive parent, Nelson Buby, her Grobe, of San Antonio, Texas; tion man was killed Sunday, section, when the crash oc- bicycle lighting/reflecting de- the Mt. View Memorial Gar- son, Jeffrey R. Grobe; her two six great-grandchildren and July 25, when the bicycle that curred. vices, along with the actions dens, 499 Watercrest Road in brothers, Preston Buby and many nieces and nephews. he was riding crossed paths Freeman said there are no of the bicyclist contributed to Forest Grove, Oregon. Olive Vernon Buby; and her sister, Her smile and laugh will be with a car that subsequently known violations pending on this fatal collision,” Freeman “Nadine” was born October 3, Edith Stalnaker. Survivors missed by all. The family struck him, police said. the driver of the motor vehi- said. 1927 in Corcoran, California, include her husband, Robert suggests that remembrances According to Capt. Ar- cle, Apache Junction resident Clynes was flown by helicop- the daughter of the late Pres- W. Grobe, of the family home may be made to the American nold Freeman of the Apache Paul Ray Pos’Tell, 48. How- ter to Scottsdale Healthcare ley Pickle and Edith (Thomas) in Forest Grove, Oregon; Diabetes Association, 380 SE Junction Police Department, ever, the investigation is con- where he was pronounced Pickle. She was united in mar- her daughter and son-in-law, Spokane #110, Portland, Or- Thomas C. Clynes III was tinuing and will be forwarded dead at 8:55 p.m. riage to Robert W. Grobe on Judith and Charles Price, of egon 97202, in her memory. Man Gets 8 Years in Theft June 14, 1945 in San Diego, Aloha, Oregon; her son and Tualatin Valley Funeral Al- California. They celebrated daughter-in-law, James W. ternatives in Hillsboro is in their 65th Wedding Anniver- and Sandie Grobe, of Schertz, charge of the arrangements. sary this past June. Following Texas and her sister and (503)-693-7965 McFarlin robbed Bullhead City Post Office their marriage they resided in the States of Illinois, Indiana, Jason A. Rose By Christina Fuoco- Caifornia, Utah, and Oregon Jason A. Rose, 35, of Apache Karasinski until 1980 when they moved Junction, AZ passed away on was sentenced by U.S. Dis- McFarlin took $778 from The News trict Court Judge Frederick the worker and fled the area. to Arizona, settling in Apache Saturday, July 10, 2010. Jason PHOENIX—A 64-year-old J. Martone after pleading Witnesses were able to Junction. They made their was born in Corning, NY on Apache Junction man was guilty on March 19 to one provide postal inspectors home in Apache Junction for August 22, 1975 to Eileen sentenced to 96 months in count of armed postal rob- with a description of Mc- twenty years, until moving and Howard Rose. In 1985 federal prison Monday, July bery. Farlin’s vehicle and license to North Plains and Forest the family moved to Arizona 26, after he pleaded guilty On September 11, 2009, plate number. McFarlin was Grove, Oregon, in 2006, to where Jason graduated from to robbing a post office, ac- McFarlin walked into the then located and arrested be near their daughter and Apache Junction High School cording to the Office of the post office in Bullhead City, in Laughlin, Nev. During family where they made their and started his own landscaping United States Attorney, Dis- displayed a handgun, and de- an ensuing interview with home since. For the past 6 business. Jason’s passions were trict of Arizona. manded all the money from postal inspectors, McFarlin months, they have been guest his beloved dog, Charlie Brown, Donallen Leroy McFarlin the postal worker on duty. admitted his involvement in residents at the The Grove Re- the great outdoors either rain or shine the robbery. tirement Community. Nadine and helping the needy. Jason was very Police Record The investigation in this had worked as a Hostess and family oriented and devoted to his friends and the Lord. Jason case was conducted by the Waitress over the years in the is survived by his father Howard Rose; his loving mother U.S. Postal Inspection Ser- Restaurant industry. She later Eileen Rose; two sisters Caryn Rose and Christine Bonno. vice, Bullhead City Police owned and operated “Nadine’s Memorial services are pending. In lieu of flowers, please Department and the Las Ve- Kitchen Gadgets” in Apache make donations to A Wise Choice, 9702 E. Apache Trail, The Apache Junction Police Department gas Metropolitan Police De- Junction for twenty years. Mesa, AZ 85207, 480-626-6363 or Pinal County Federal Chief of Police, Jerald Monahan partment. She always found someone Credit Union Acct #74992. Jason’s viewing is dated for August 6, 2010 at A Wise Choice at 11:00 a.m. July 21 - July 27, 2010 Arrests July 21 - Danny Myers, 56, of the 800 block W. Apache Trail, was arrested for simple assault. Sheriff’s Record ARIZONA July 22 - Michael Walker, 30, of the 1300 block N. Hilton Road, was arrested for simple assault. July 22 - Jesse Braaten, 29, no address provided, was ar- The Pinal County Sheriff’s Department Sheriff Paul Babeu, Pinal County Sheriff JUDGE rested for weapon law violations. July 24 - Lisa Craig, 40, of the 300 block S. Main Drive, was Arrests July 26 - Christopher Wayne Cassady, 25, of AJ, was ar- OF THE YEAR arrested for destructive/damage/vandalism of property. July 24 - Tod King, 47, of the 400 block S. Hill Street, was arrested for simple assault. rested for fugitive/Governor’s warrant. July 29 - Shirlee Mercier, 43, of AJ, was arrested for failure Re-elect JUDGE LUSK to appear in 2nd degree. July 25 - Devan Robinson, 21, of the 1900 block N. Chan- Paid for by Judge Lusk 2010 ning, was arrested for driving under the influence. Visit JudgeLusk2010.com July 25 - Sheryl Bigelow, 45, of the 2200 block N. Delaware Drive, was arrested for simple assault. July 26 - Shannon Pogue, 36, of the 2100 block W. 23rd City Court Family Owned Since 1951 Court, was arrested for driving under the influence. July 27 - Melinda Tolento, 35, of the 2700 block S. Arizona Apache Junction City Magistrate Court Arizona’s Most Beautiful Cemetery! Road, was arrested for disorderly conduct. 300 E. Superstition Blvd. Incidents City Magistrate James Hazel, Presiding July 21 - Theft in the 900 block N. Main Drive. July 27 - Charles A. Thomas, 37, of AJ, guilty of disorderly July 22 - Theft in the 100 block W. Superstition Boulevard. conduct. Sentenced to 30 hours community restitution. Theft in the unit block N. Tomahawk Road. July 27 - Robin Duarte, 45, of Mesa, guilty of reckless No Credit Check Financing July 23 - Theft in the 500 block N. Idaho Road. driving, criminal damage. Sentenced to MADD screening, July 24 - Theft means of transportation in the 2500 block W. Crematory on Premises • Veterans Discount $500 restitution, $638 fine. Apache Trail. Theft in the 900 block E. Graham Lane. July 27 - Jose A. Sanchez, 30, of AJ, guilty of driving on Latter-day Saints Garden Open July 25 - Theft in the 2200 block N. Delaware Road. suspended license. Sentenced to $770 fine. Upright Memorials Available July 26 - Theft in the 2200 block S. Cortez Road. Burglary July 27 - Ryan Simpson, 30, of Chandler, guilty of disor- 2nd degree in the 800 block W. Apache Trail. Burglary 3rd We accept and honor all funeral pre-arrangements. derly conduct. Sentenced to Lifeskills anger management, degree in the 100 block W. Apache Trail. Shipping SpecialiStS $4085 restitution, $250 fine. July 27 - Theft in the 3000 block W. Apache Trail. July 27 - Leffel Maynard, 30, of AJ, guilty of disorderly Hablamos Espanol~ conduct. Sentenced to Lifeskills anger management, $250 Mountain View Funeral Home & Cemetery Justice Court fine. What Do I Do? 7900 E Main St., Mesa July 27 - Dayton C. Raper, 32, of San Tan Valley, guilty of Call Mountain View! 480-832-2850 disorderly conduct. Sentenced to Lifeskills anger manage- ment, $250 fine. Apache Junction July 27 - Ryan Barrie, 19, of AJ, guilty of driving on suspended license. Sentenced to 2 days jail, $266.13 jail PUBLIC NOTICE Pinal County Justice Court cost. PINAL COUNTY AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT The District hereby gives notice that it proposes to approve the following 575 N. Idaho Rd. July 27 - Leslie E. Overley, 47, of AJ, guilty of shoplift- permit(s) or permit revision(s). Each list includes the following, in order: the ing. Sentenced to 6 months unsupervised probation, CAT proposed permit number, company name, company address, facility location, Judge Dennis Lusk, Presiding program, $400 fine, probation can be terminated when all facility type and the air contaminants to be emitted or potentially emitted Michael Ford - 49, of Payson, guilty of failure to appear. (Volatile Organic Compounds will be abbreviated as V.O.C.; Hazardous Air terms are met. Pollutants are abbreviated as the HAPS; Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene, Sentenced to 60 days jail, 36 months unsupervised proba- July 27 - Cheyenne M. Everett, 19, of AJ, guilty of disor- and Xylene are abbreviated as BTEX): tion, $2621 fine. derly conduct. Sentenced to 15 hours community restitution, Permit No. S13148.000 John Middleton - 44, of Queen Creek, guilty of DUI. Sen- CAT program. A-1 Steel, Inc tenced to alcohol screening, MADD screening, 45 days jail. July 27 - Jeffery Marshall, 47, of AJ, guilty of disorderly 2619 W. Dallas Ave 36 months unsupervised probation, $4143 fine. conduct. Sentenced to 30 hours community restitution. Apache Junction, AZ 85120 A-1 Steel Larry Rodriguez - 47, of Florence, guilty of failure to July 27 - Brian A. Raper, 24, of San Tan Valley, guilty of 2619 W. Dallas Ave appear. Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised probation, disorderly conduct. Sentenced to Lifeskills anger manage- Facility Type - Steel Fabrication $1631 fine. Emissions - V.O.C., HAPS (Toluene, Benzene) ment, $250 fine. Reyna Clay - 25, of Coolidge, guilty of driving on sus- July 28 - Angie S. Bolin, 35, of AJ, guilty of shoplifting. Permit No. B30928.R01 pended license, failure to appear. Sentenced to 36 months Sentenced to 12 months supervised probation. Arizona Steel Finishing, LLC 5136 S. Desert View St unsupervised probation, $2005 fine. July 28 - Scott A. Formanack, 26, of Mesa, guilty of tamper- Apache Junction, AZ 85120 Michael Jackson - 39, of Airway Heights, WA, guilty of ing with physical evidence. Sentenced to 10 days jail. Arizona Steel Finishing failure to appear. Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised July 28 - Todd A. McCoy, 44, of AJ, guilty of assault. 5051 S. Warner Dr Apache Junction, AZ probation, $1150 fine. Sentenced to 7 days jail. Facility Type - Steel Surface Preparation and Painting Thomas Maslowski - 57, of AJ, guilty of failure to ap- July 28 - Venus Olson, 39, of AJ, guilty of disorderly Emissions - Particulate Matter, V.O.C., HAPS (Xylene, Toluene, Ethyl pear. Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised probation, Benzene) conduct. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, $766 fine. CAT program. Under A.R.S. § 49-480, any person who may be adversely affected by the Isabel Griego - 28, of Superior, guilty of failure to appear. July 28 - Gary S. Reed, 47, of AJ, guilty of driving on permit may file a written objection to the issuance of the permit and may request (in writing) a public hearing. Objections, comments or a request for Sentenced to 36 months unsupervised probation, $986 suspended license, shoplifting. Sentenced to 15 hours com- a hearing are due during the public comment period, which ends upon the fine. munity restitution, $125 attorney fee, $770 fine. latter of thirty (30) days from the first publication of this notice, or close of Donald Hill - 33, of Coolidge, guilty of failure to appear. July 28 - Curtis L. Shiffer, 53, of Mesa, guilty of failure to business on the date of any hearing that may be held. Send objections/com- ments/requests to Pinal County Air Quality Control District, P.O. Box 987, Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised probation, $766 appear. Sentenced to 1 day jail. Florence, AZ 85232 or deliver to 31 N. Pinal Street, Building F, Development fine. July 28 - Cameron Crabbs, 20, of Glendale, guilty of Services, Florence, Arizona. The telephone number is (520) 866-6929. Frank Lopez - 19, of Florence, guilty of shoplifting. Sen- Any objection shall state the name and mailing address of the objector, failure to provide driver’s license or ID, failure to appear. be signed by the objector, their agent or attorney, and clearly set forth the tenced to 36 months unsupervised probation, $535 fine. Sentenced to 30 days jail. reasons why the permit should not be issued. Grounds for objections are Guadalupe Vega - 32, of Queen Creek, guilty of speed. July 28- Michale P. Fjeld, 51, of AJ, guilty of DUI with limited to whether the proposed permit meets the criteria for issuance prescribed in A.R.S. § 49-480 or in § 49-481. The permit package, all com- Sentenced to $150 fine. BAC .08 or more. Sentenced to 10 days jail, 9 days post- ments and objections will be available for public inspection and/or copying Ronald Robertson - 22, of AJ, guilty of no ignition inter- poned, alcohol/drug screening, MADD screening, $145 jail at the above address Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. lock device. Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised proba- costs, $500 prison construction fund, $500 state fund/public excluding Holidays. PINAL COUNTY tion, $500 fine. safety equipment fund, $675 fine. AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT Andrew Daniels - 38, of Queen Creek, guilty of DUI. Sen- July 28 - Miguez Rodriguez, 39, of Phoenix, guilty of DUI DONALD P. GABRIELSON, DIRECTOR tenced to alcohol screening, MADD screening, 30 days jail, with BAC .15 or more. Sentenced to 30 days jail, alcohol/ Dates Published: August 2, 9, 2010 36 months unsupervised probation, $3683 fine. drug screening, MADD screening, $158.20 prosecution Richard Carrube - 22, of Queen Creek, guilty of DUI. recovery fee, $36.80 court enhancement fee, $1000 prison Sentenced to alcohol screening, MADD screening, 10 days jail, 12 months unsupervised probation, $2383 fine. construction fund, $1000 state fund/public safety equipment LOCAL SPORTS PAGE B-1 fund, $1190 fine. Devon Schmidt Crane - 22, of Phoenix, guilty of DUI. July 28 - Dylan G. Heithaus, 18, of Queen Creek, guilty Only in The News Sentenced to alcohol screening, MADD screening, 30 days of underage consumption, excessive speed. Sentenced to 6 Another Reason More People Read The News jail. 12 months unsupervised probation, $2787 fine. months unsupervised probation, CAT program, $300 fine.
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