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Philipsburg Mail - Thursday, June 15, 2017 9 continued from one the students," Bob said of his goal for joining He does not want the board. to drive anything in He and his wife have particular, Bob told the always been active Mail. in their children's The goal of serving schooling, telling all on the board to do their teachers they what is best for all the wanted to help in any students in Drummond, way they could. As a he said. He did not board member he wants join just to benefit his to be a part of helping children, but to benefit protect that dedication all the children in the of the teachers. community, Bob told "They really help the Mail. mold those minds for ',Whatever's the futurei" Bob said of teachers. The family has three children currently .in school: a ten-year- old, an eight-year-old, a six-year-old. Their youngest is three and 3/4 years-old. In a couple of years, they will have four students in the Drummond schools, Bob noted. So they are committed to living in the area, he laughed. He and his family are in their church. Bob served on the church board at his former congregation for lO years, he noted. The family also loves the outdoors, Bob said. The kids love to play out in the woods, making it easier for them to move to Drummond. We only get so much time on earth and with family, Bob commented. 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Several other properties on line at www.pintlarterritories.com Youth faces 14 counts on amended petition by Emily Petrovski White faces two counts of where he tested positive for misdemeanor assault for an consuming alcohol after a breath "What do you expect me to do? altercation in Anaconda on test. He was cited for Minor Where do you expect me to go?" October 3, 2o16. in possession of alcohol and Liam White, 16, pleaded with the White was found asleep on criminal trespass to property. Hon. Judge Ray Dayton at his the couch at a residence in On May 24, Officers observed court appearance May 3L Anaconda by two minors. White White driving a vehicle through The State has filed a second grabbed one of the boys arounda stop sign at the intersection amended petition to adjudicate the neck and covered his mouth, of Park Street and Van Buren in White as a delinquent youth, court documents state. At thatAnaconda. According to the amended time a second boy stepped in "The driver accelerated the petition, White has allegedly and threw White to the floor, vehicle and drove erratically, committed one felony criminal White wrapped his arm around driving up and over the curb offense and 13 misdemeanor the second boy's throat after and running an additional stop criminal offenses, which he lost consciousness, sign, trying to get away from law As part of a deferred On March 25 of this year, enforcement," court documents prosecution agreement, White Anaconda Law Enforcement state. had been placed in the Montana was dispatched to an apartment The vehicle was eventually Youth Challenge Academy in complex in Anaconda after stopped and a 12 year-old Dillon, but he was kicked out of receiving reports of teens was found inside the vehicle, that program, County Attorney smoking marijuana in the according to court documents. Blaine Bradshaw said in court, apartment. When questioned by White was arrested and Though a minor, White an Officer, White admitted to transported to the Anaconda has not lived in the home of having a small bag of marijuana Detention Center. While at his parents, except for four and a glass marijuana pipe, the jail and after field sobriety nights recently, since August court documents state. He was tests, White consented to of 2o16. He told Judge Dayton informally cited into youth providing two breath tests. that he went to their house in probation court Court documents Philipsburg where he got into an for criminal state that his argument with his mother. He possession of breath alcohol alleged that she told him he was dangerous concentration not welcome in their home and drugs and was reported was kicked out. possession at .093 BAC. "I don't know how I can stay of drug After that out of trouble," White told the paraPhernalia, time, White spit Judge. On May 7, Anaconda Law on a Detention Officer, court Dayton reminded White that Enforcement was dispatched to documents allege. the purpose of the hearing was the same apartment complex for White was cited for criminal to formally advise him as to a noise report. According to court child endangerment, First offense why he was in custody. White is documents, White had broken DUI, assault with bodily fluid, currently being detained at the window screens and entered thea stop sign violation, reckless Cascade Regional Youth Services apartment without authorization, driving and minor in possession Center in Great Falls, according He was informally cited for of alcohol, according to court to court documents, criminal mischief and criminaldocuments. An order for secure detention trespass of property. As the case involves in minor, was signed by Judge Dayton op Only two days later, the ownerit takes priority in the court May 25. of the residence reported thatsystem. Dayton told White that there White had again broken into An omnibus hearing was had not been adequate formal the apartment, according to scheduled for June 15. Dayton intervention up to the point of documents filed with the court, reminded the youth probation his first court appearance last White was found in a closed officer to be looking for year. The adults had been trying bedroom in the residence. Law alternatives to secure detention to handle the events informally Enforcement Officers could for Liam while his case is pending. until then, Dayton said in court, smell alcohol on White's personWhite was remanded to custody According to court documents, and he was taken to their office and returned to Great Falls. at the first sign of a heart attack. Many Montanans don't survive a heart attack because .they don't get treatment in time. 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