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PAGE 2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 2000 Hogansville Police Charge Two with By Bryan Geter The Hogansville Police arrested two men last week and charged them with two counts of burglary. Michael John Kimmey, 18, of Lone Oak was charged with burglary and possession of burglary tools. 1bdd Lee Alloway, 17, of Riverdale was charged with burglary. The burglary took occurred at 507 Hwy. 29 in Hogansville. In another incident, according to Guy Spradlin of the Hogansville Police Department, two juveniles were appre- hended on burglarizing the Hogansville Pitt Stop. The police are also investigating a burglary at the HogansviHe Car Wash on November 13. Berry Chapman, caretaker, report- ed the door of the car wash was kicked in and a weedeater valued at $125 was missing. Police reported a large footprint remained on the door. In a separate incident, Cynthia Rosser Philpot of 205 Royal Ave. met police at the police station to report her husband, Terry Philpot, struck her upon the forehead. She said she had an argument with her sister, Ernestine Adaway at her mother's home. Police started talking with Mr. Philpot, who said his wife and sister- in-law did have an argument. He said he asked his wife to leave and she did get into the car with him. But going down the road she became hysterical and banged her head on the dashboard. No charges were filed in the incident. In other police cases, Flora Walters of Dickerson Street complained to the police her daughter, Cathy Baltis, 30, of Whaley Street began cursing her and pointing her finger in her face. Warrant procedures were advised. Sandra Cannon of Oak Street advised police she was receiving repeated phone calls - trying to intim- idate and harass her. She said she knew who was calling since their names appeared on her call ID. Warrant procedures were The police call at 108 Boozer 17. According to reports, wh cers arrived the street was people, broken glass and Officers state several people into the house at108 Boozer idence of W.T. the area. Officers said no one would S to them as to what was going or D riv e S ale ly This Ho May ! By France= Robinson SUCCESS - The Hogansville Optimist Club held its annual turkey shoot on Saturday, November 11. The weather and the shooters were very cooperative and it is very much appreciated. Proceeds go to the club's Empty Stocking Fund. This was one of the best shoots the club ever had. Pictured are, left to right, Mark Pike, who won $50.00; Tammi Neese, president; Shelly Pierce, winner of a new gun. Stolen Found in By John Kuykendall The Troup County Sheriff's approximately $30,000 worth of erty according to Sheriff Donny Turner. Arrested in the incident was Re a resident of Mountville. Robertson has receiving stolen property and theft by deception. He is presently being held in the Troup without bond. "Other charges are pending against Mr. this case," Turner said. The case remains under investigation. The department recovered a number of stolen which include: two commercial riding mowers, a riding mower, a self-propelled Snapper push mower, chainsaws, three weedeaters. er and other types of similar equipment. "We have identified a drill that was recovered ed as being stolen from Virginia, a utility trailer that stolen in Meriwether County and other items LaGrange and HogansviUe areas," Turner said. "If anyone has purchased anything from Mr. in the past several months, we are asking them to our Chief Invesitgator, Willis Grizzard, at 883-1616 or Crime Stoppers at 812-1000," he said. ........ Explorers I 1996 C2500 4x4 Chevy v/59/Mo. Auto, Factory Air, Trailer Towing Pkg., AM/FM Stereo Cass. and More 99 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT: '19,988 4x4 Laramie, 4-Door, Club Cab, V8, Auto, 2000 Ford Ranger XLT qg,00 4x4, Loaded, Extended Cab 2001 Explorer Sport Trac Intrepids " ell6 1500 Sff Power WindowsLocks, AM/FM Stereo Cassette, Alum. Wheels, 40/20/40 Luxury Cloth Seats. 39 Month Lease, 12,000 Miles A Year / 15 A Mie Over The Aiotted Miles, 0 Security Depose, $999 Due on Signing WAC 2001 JEEP' HEROXEE SPORT PW, PL, AM/FM Stereo Cassette, Keyless Remote, PM, Rear Wiper Washer, Roof Rack, Suo'een, Aluminu,m Wheels and more! 3 More At Similar Prices. 39 Month i Lease, 12,000 Miles A Year, 15 Help For Vehicles Investigators witB Troup County Sheriff's are asking for help in the recent theft of a white 2000 Polaris valued at $3,900 from a dence on Hwy. 54 in Ho between November 2nd a p.m., and p.m. Investigators are also ing for the person(s) two go-carts from a October 30th at 6:00 November 9th at 3:30 The go-carts are as two seaters with red and white and the being white. Each go cart is $1,000. Also, investigators ing for a green Taurus, valued at was taken West Point Road November 10th at 8:00 November 11th at 1:00 If anyone has any tion concerning these crimes, please call Stoppers at 812-1000. 1998 Ford F150 XLT i 1992 Ford F-150 XLT i Pilot Club q4,930l ,5,995l Will Sell. Cassctt 1999 Ford F-350 XLT Lariat The Ho will add a Hogansville this year, as it has that it will sell s31,9900 Supercab / Dually; 4x4, | Leather Interior, Tires an, l More! Luminaries" to be lit HogansviUe Annual Parade on December 1 p.m. at Calvin These "Love can be purchased in or in memory of and bought from any member. The cost will each and the dedication made (the names parade date. In addition, the will continue the Christmas bells, which be sold in honor of ory of and will be These bells will be on the Starlight Tree. For questions please call Arnold, Pilot Clut 637-5504 or 637-4436.