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  • POUND COUNT Several animals are available

    at the Yankton Animal Shelter. For more information, call the Yankton Police Department’s animal control officer from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday- Friday at 661-9494, or 668-5210.

    DAILY RECORD POLICY The Press & Dakotan pub-

    lishes police and sheriff reports as a public service to its readers. It is important to remember that an ar- rest should not imply guilt and that every person is presumed innocent until proven otherwise. When juve- niles are released from jail, it is into the care of a parent or guardian.

    It is the policy of the Press & Dakotan to publish all names made available in the police and court re- ports. There are no exceptions.

    ARRESTS • Kelly Jansen, 49, Yankton,

    was arrested Friday on a warrant for failure to appear.

    • Javier Renteria Jr., 21, Yank- ton, was arrested Friday for driving with a revoked, suspended or can- celed license; failure to maintain fi- nancial responsibility; and a warrant.

    • Dawn McBride, 25, Yankton, was arrested Friday for simple as- sault (domestic) and a warrant for failure to pay a fine.

    • Zachary Eberhardt, 23, Yank- ton, was arrested Friday for sec- ond-degree petty theft and first-degree petty theft ($100- $1,000).

    • Bobby Wallis, 52, Watertown, was arrested Friday for driving under the influence (second).

    • Nathan Alexander, 23, Sioux Falls, was arrested Sunday for driv- ing under the influence (second).

    • A 13-year-old Yankton female was arrested Friday on a probation hold.

    • A 16-year-old Yankton male was arrested Friday for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    ACCIDENTS • A report was received at 4:19

    p.m. Friday of an accident in the 3100 block of Broadway.

    • A report was received at 4:32 p.m. Friday of an accident in the 800 block of Douglas Ave.

    • A report was received at 4:46 p.m. Friday that a 2012 Chevrolet Impala collided with a 1999 Mer- cury Cougar at 25th St. and Fox Run Parkway. Estimated value of the damage to the vehicles was $1,300 and $1,200, respectively.

    • A report was received at 5:25 p.m. Friday that a 2007 Ford Edge was struck from behind by a 1996 Honda Accord at Mulberry St. and James Place. Estimated value of the damage to the vehicles was $500 and $5,850, respectively.

    • A report was received at 5:45 p.m. Friday that a Lincoln MKX col- lided with a 2002 Ford Explorer in the 1500 block of Mulberry St. Es- timated value of the damage to the vehicles was $1,500 and $1,600, respectively.

    • A report was received at 5:51 p.m. Friday of an accident at 25th St. and Fox Run Parkway.

    • A report was received at 6:07 p.m. Friday that a Jeep struck the rear of a Dodge pickup at 25th St. and Fox Run Parkway.

    • A report was received at 11:19 a.m. Saturday of an accident in the 2500 block of Broadway.

    • A report was received at 2:48 p.m. Saturday that a customer’s ve- hicle had slid and hit a business’s door in the 1900 block of Locust St.

    • A report was received at 5:35 p.m. Saturday of a vehicle in the ditch along Highway 50 near the Kelly Inn.

    • A report was received at 4:57 a.m. Sunday that the vehicle had collided with a street sign in the 200 block of Douglas Ave. The regis- tered owner was contacted and said no one should have been driv- ing the vehicle. A report was re- ceived at 10:51 a.m. Sunday that a vehicle collided with a fence near the Meridian Bridge. It was found to be the stolen vehicle. No damage was done to the fence.

    • A report was received at 10:57 a.m. Sunday of an accident in the 1100 block of Green St.

    • A report was received at 4:13 p.m. Sunday that a vehicle struck property in the 300 block of Bunker Lane.

    • A report was received at 4:16 p.m. Sunday that an unidentified semi trailer struck the com- plainant’s semi trailer in the 3000 block of Broadway.

    • A sheriff’s office report was re- ceived at 8:01 a.m. Saturday of a two-vehicle accident near 27th St. and West City Limits Road.

    • A sheriff’s office report was re- ceived at 2:15 p.m. Saturday of a one-vehicle accident on 435th Ave. near 300th St.

    • A sheriff’s office report was re- ceived at 3:58 p.m. Saturday of a two-vehicle accident along High- way 50 near Gayville.

    • A sheriff’s office report was re- ceived at 2:53 a.m. Sunday of a one-vehicle accident near 303rd St. and 452nd Ave.

    • The sheriff’s office assisted the Turner County Sheriff’s Office with an accident in Irene at 8:39 a.m. Sunday.

    INCIDENTS • A report was received at 7:29

    p.m. Friday that someone had claimed taxes on the complainant’s Social Security number.

    • A report was received at 8:56 p.m. Friday of shoplifters at a busi- ness in the 3000 block of Broad- way.

    • A report was received at 2:57 a.m. Saturday of an intoxicated

    male causing problems at a busi- ness in the 800 block of Burleigh St. He left prior to officer arrival.

    • A report was received at 6:13 p.m. Saturday that a male had taken some of the complainant’s property in the 1100 block of East Eighth St. The male was located and returned the property.

    • A report was received at 7:45 p.m. Saturday that a female was bitten by a dog in the 600 block of East Sixth St.

    • A report was received at 12:17 a.m. Sunday from a female who said she had been drinking and needed to be arrested. She was upset with her mother and wanted to be picked up and brought to the jail. The woman had no warrants for her arrest and received a cab ride to an alternative location.

    • A report was received at 2:42 a.m. Sunday that two individuals were harassing an employee at a business in the 1500 block of Broadway. They were advised to leave the property and complied.

    • A report was received at 3 p.m. Sunday of a possible under- age shoplifter leaving a business in the 3000 block of Broadway with al- cohol.

    CRIME STOPPERS Anyone wishing to report

    anonymous information on unlaw- ful activity in the City of Yankton or in Yankton County is encouraged to contact the Crime Stoppers tip line at 665-4440.

    75 YEARS AGO Saturday, March 4, 1939

    • A day-old law of the present state Legislature was attacked in circuit court here (Sioux Falls) Fri- day. Alleged inoperative was the emergency measure abolishing the three-member state unemployment compensation commission and transferring its duties to a single commissioner.

    • Because the date set fell within Holy Week the plan to divide the district high school music con- tests into two groups, has been abandoned and it has been de- cided to hold the entire district high school music contest in Yankton on April 20, 21 and 22.

    50 YEARS AGO Tuesday, March 4, 1964

    • School cooks in Area No. 8 will be congregating at Yankton Senior High School Saturday for a regular workshop and “buzz ses- sion.” The group will discuss pre- costing meals, menu suggestions, and the various uses of dried eggs in school lunch cookery.

    • South Dakota’s parks and recreation areas are becoming more popular every year. There were an estimated 4,453,278 visi- tors to the state last year - 192,259 more than recorded in 1962.

    25 YEARS AGO Saturday, March 4, 1989

    • Yankton’s street department was busy Friday morning removing snow from emergency routes and the downtown area. The winter storm had left a total of 11 inches of snow since Wednesday night. The forecast calls for snow to continue today, clearing by Sunday after- noon.

    • Yankton Patrolman Tim Kafka has been named the Lions Club’s Yankton County Law Officer of the Year. Yankton Police Chief Leon Cantin said he had to order Kafka to go to the banquet because Kafka was working on an investigation and did not want to take any time off.

    T H E P R E S S & D A K O T A N W E A T H E R C E N T E R

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    CHICAGO (AP) — Grain fu- tures were mostly higher Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade.

    Wheat for May delivery rose 29.25 cents to $6.3150 a bushel; May corn was 7 cents higher at 4.7050 a bushel; May oats ad- vanced 20 cents to $4.8250 a bushel; while May soybeans fell 4.75 cents to $14.0925 a bushel.

    Beef was mixed and pork was higher on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

    April live cattle was .85 cent lower at $1.4412 a pound; May feeder cattle was .02 cent higher at $1.7372 a pound; while April lean hogs rose 1.82 cents to $1.0867 a pound.

    Yankton County Register of Deeds Brian Hunhoff has filed petitions to run for re-election.

    Hunhoff was elected register of deeds in 2006 and re-elected in 2010. He served 10 years on the Yankton County Commission from 19