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Ajo Copper News, Wednesday, December 14, 2011, Page 2 0G . ('0UYTY SHERIFF'S DEPA I~'~ December 2, 2011 t undocumented alien turned over to Border Patrol. Level ] vehicle inspecuon conducted. Theft of a bicycle. Served evic- tion notice Thomas G. Gaste- lure. 57. arrested on disorderly conduct. Served eviction notice. Kept the peace while barricades were removed from property. Shots heard: unable to locate. Checked welfare on subject: sub- ject was fine. December 3, 2011 Assisted Ajo Ambulance with medical call. Past fight- was re- ported. Vandalism to vehicle. Report of a lost purse; purse was returned later. Robert P. Valisto. 48. arrested on liquor-consuming in public and a Ajo warrant Raymond J. Garcia. 54. arrested on liquor-consuming in public. Arron Torres-Bracamontes. 26. cited and released on driving on suspended driver's license. Kept the peace while belongings were retrieved, Bernie Alvarez- Castillo, Sr., 51. cited and-re- leased on driving on suspended driver's license. Joseph A. Jimenez, 20, arrested in Lukeville on marijuana- possession for sale. narcotic drug - possession for sale, and posses- sion of drug paraphernalia: 17.08 grams of cocaine confiscated: 11.46 grams of marijuana confis- cated: $140 seized: 2000 Honda Accord seized. December 4, 2011 Vandalism to a statue on Thompson. Report of illegal dumping; unable to locate. December 5, 2011 Report of juveniles fighting. Assisted handicapped subject. Conducted a level 1 inspection on a vehicle. Aionso R. Jacobo, 28. arrested in Lukeville on a Mar)vale Warrant. Barking dogs causing a disturbance. Assisted stranded motorist. Judith Mon- arrez-Pena. 30. arrested on a Pi- nal County warrant and probation violation. Telephone scam re- ported. Lost diabetic supplies. 2 vehicle accident: property dam: age only. Brandon B. Miller, 20. cited and released on false report- ing. Assisted Ajo Ambulance with medical call. 2 vehicle acci- dent; property damage only. Manuel L Samaniego, 25, ar- rested at Lukeville on a DPS Tucson warrant. PCSD front door The main front door to the Sheriff's Department is closed Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. On Saturdays and Sundays it remains closed until Monday morning at 8 a.m. ViM- tation for inmates is from -1" p.m. until 4 p.nl. daily. Peopl~ who need to speak to a depu(v ntltSt ring the doorbell attd wait for SOD1COIIC TO attswer the door. It may take a while for someone to answer depending on the worL load and manpower. Information lk r the Sheriff's l,og is received from the Ajo Dis- trict of the Pima County Sheriff's Department. Other than correct- ing typographical errors or clari- fying, the newspaper does nol edit the log: names are not left out by request. The _log contains names of people who have been cited or ar- rested: they should be presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Petra Moreno Petra Brown Moreno, known as "Baby Doll", 62 of Clarkdale, died on December 8, 2011. She was born in Jerome on April 9, 1949, to Antonio Lomeli Moreno and Vera Brown Starr. She attended Immaculate Conception parish school from kindergarten through eighth grade and then was graduated from Ajo High School as an Ajo Red Raider. She worked for the Yavapai Apache Nation as Section Super- visor for the finance department. She also worked in housekeeping at the hospital for five years and always helped with charities. "Petra loved music, was a real fan of the Broncos, loved movies and all sports and was a great cook," said her family. "She also loved family gatherings and dancing. She will be greatly missed!" She is preceded in death by her parents, Antonio L. Moreno and Vera B. Starr, and by her brother Tony Boy B. Moreno. She is survived by aunts & their spouses, Minnie M. & Adolfo Anguiano, Dolores & Lago M. Zunitch. and Esperanza "'Espie" M. Anguiano, all of Cot- tonwood; by her uncles Refugio "'Cuco'" Moreno of Cottonwood and Rosendo "Bunky" Moreno of Tucson: by her sister-in-law Lydia O. Moreno of Clarkdale: and by several cousins, nieces, nephews, great-meces and great- nephews. A rosary will be held on Fri- day, December 16, at 6 p.m. at Westcott Funeral Home in Cot- tonwood. A memorial mass will be held on Saturday, December 17, at 10 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Cottonwood. An online guestbook at www. westcottfuneralhome.comis available for condolences. Obits still free in Ajo Copper News As more and more community newspapers begin charging for obituaries that do more than list the name of the deceased, date of death, and service information. the Ajo Copper News continues to print them at nocharge. "We do have a style and for- mat we follow,", said editor Gab rielle David. "and occasionall) we have to edil what families have written, but we regarc obituaries as important commu nity news. We have no plans to start charging for them." The newspaper has forms people may fill out to make sure nothing important is forgotten. Request z form by stopping by the office at 10 Pajaro, mailing a letter to Ajo Copper News, P.O. Box 39, Ajo, AZ 85321: calling 520-387-7688: or sending an e- mail to cunews@cunews.info with Obituary in the subject line. Ruth Runge Evelyn Ruth Runge, 82, died December 2, 2011, in Globe. She was born April 3, 1929, in Kansas City, Kansas, to Harry & Betty Emmitt. On April 21, 1961, she mar- ried Joseph Dewey Runge. A bartender, she worked at several locations in Ajo and many of her customers consid: ered her a friend. She loved going to the casino. Mrs. Runge was a member of the Catholic faith. She was preceded in death by her husband. Joseph Dewey Runge, and by her stepdauhter, Susan L. Runge. She is survived by her son, Robert G. Runge Sr.; by her daughters, Linda Kay Scott, Patty Ann Maus, Karen Joyce Yanez, Linda Marie Martin, and Elma Jean Paul; and by her 7 grand- children and 21 grandchildren. Visitation was held December 9 at Douglass Funeral Home, followed by rosary at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Mass was celebrated by Father Sebastine Bula in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on December 10. She was buried in Ajo Cemetery next to her hus- band and mother. Pallbearers" were Bill Rivera, Norman Yanez Jr., Robert Runge Jr.. Mark Vandine, Chris Caranahan, and Jimmy Boswell. Arrangements were made by Douglass Funeral Home. Howard Tiell Howard A. Tiell, 84, died De- cember 12, 2011, in Toledo, Ohio. A visitation and wake are be- ing held Wednesday, December 14, at Traunero Funeral Home & Crematory in Tiffin, Ohio. Mass will be celebrated December 15 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Tiffin, Ohio. AVAILABLE AT Ajo Chevron & Food Mart 2001 N. Ajo-Gila Bend Hwy OFFER GOOD UNTIL 12-30-2011 TM and 2002 Travelers Express Company, Inc. All rights reserved In Loving Memory Of Maria M. Bon Nov. 14, 1939- Dec. 15, 2006 I am home in Heaven, dear ones; Oh, so happy and so bright! There is perfect joy and beauty In this everlasting light. All the pain and grief is over, Every restless tossing passed: I am now at peace forever, Safely home in Heaven at last. Did you wonder I so calmly Trod the valley of the shade? Oh! but Jesus' love illumined Every dark and fearful glade. And He came Himself to meet me In that way so hard to tread: And with Jesus' arm to learn on, Could I have one doubt or dread? Then you must not grieve so sorely, For I love you dearly still: Try to look beyond earth's shadows, Pray to trust our Father's Will. Your are deeply missed, Chelena, Yoli, Eddy ,. Christian We can't relieve that hacl ttou 6een 6am ecember 1 r, 2olo, like we hacl hopedwitff'everajthing in us, that you woufd a(read fie turning "1" Ever ear that ;loes by we will a(wa,s remem er you &, j j I,J ..I , -/ .J imagine what cute &'funny tfitr s 21ou wouldhe dotng at that age. (though we wanted2tou so bad(3t ancl hurt even more when we cou(dn't have 2tou, we_do not quest/0nwh y. Gild has specialplans for you in q-leaven, our i le 5 ngel. if'hank )jou for picking out &" senclin us theperj ct little girl"Blila", jour flabs] sister, &" thank you even more for being her guardian angel, we know it is jou that she smiles at &'gets happy for when she (ooks up towards q-leave~. qlnri(we meet again "Zitrle Star" we'll fie thinking afiout &" missing you! ove q 4ornmy, Dacld2j, big ( rother Lucian, hie sisters tngelique &" Gia, and~bab2l sister '2vtila. XOXO Serving Western Pima County Since 1916 10 Pajaro RO. Box 39 Ajo, AZ 85321 Phone: 520-387-7688 Fax: 520-387-7505 E-Mail: curmws@cur ws.info Web site: www.cunews.info H. J. "Hop" David, publisher Gabrielle David, editor Michelle Pacheco John Peck, Mike Mekelburg, Kate Garmise, Dick Ducic, Joe David, Kettle Allen Teresa Mason Member. Arizona Newspapers Association National Newspapers Association The Ajo CopperNews is published every Wednesday, except holidays, at 10 Pajaro, Ajo, Arizona 85321. Periodicals postage is paid at Ajo, Adzona 85321; USPO #010660. Submissions: The.Ajo CopperNews reserves the right to edit all copy and photographs submitted. The newspapercannot be responsible for the safe retum of materials. Letters to the editor are welcome but must be brief and signed for publication (no names will be withheld by request); all are subject to verification and to editing for brevity and clarity. Opinions expressed in columns, letters, and advertisements are those of the writers and advertisers and not necessarily those of the newspaper nor its staff. Subccdpfions: $43 per year in the USA & Canada. Deadlines: The deadline for all news copy is Monday at 12 noon. The deadline for display and dassi6ed display advertising is Friday at 4 p.m. The deadline for regular classified ads is Monday at 12 noon. All ads should be submitted in legible writing; the newspaper accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of telephoned or other oral advertising orders. Postmaster: Please send address changes to: Ajo Copper News, P.O. Box 39, Ajo, AZ 85321-0039