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06 Broadcaster Press January 20, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com CLAY COUNTY SHERIFF’S REPORT SUNDAY, JAN. 4 12:48 a.m. — A caller reported her sister was stuck in the snow and did not know where she was. Out of concern for her a deputy searched the area. The woman was later located near Jefferson and was arrested for DWI. 8:51 a.m. — A deputy assisted a motorist experiencing car trouble on Saginaw Avenue. 3:25 p.m. — A woman was transported to the Human Services Center in Yankton for an involuntary mental health committal. MONDAY, JAN. 5 9:17 a.m. — A rural resident reported he has been having problems with neighbors' dogs straying to his property. A deputy contacted nearby residents and asked them to keep their dogs contained on their own property. 2:21 p.m. — A deputy responded to a non-injury, one car accident on 306th St. TUESDAY, JAN. 6 10:03 a.m. — A deputy arrested a man in the courtroom for a bond violation. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7 3:17 p.m. — A deputy responded to a minor one vehicle accident south of Burbank after a vehicle slid into a community mailbox. THURSDAY, JAN. 8 11:56 p.m. — A deputy mediated a domestic dispute in Irene. There was no assault or cause for arrest found. FRIDAY, JAN. 9 10:05 a.m. — The school resource officer assisted with bringing a truant child to school. 11:44 a.m. — A deputy responded to a report of a life alert button being pushed at a rural residence. It was found that a dog had stepped on the button. There was no emergency. 5:51 p.m. — Deputies assisted with a death investigation in Vermillion. The death was determined to be of natural causes. SATURDAY, JAN. 10 9:34 a.m. — A deputy mediated a domestic dispute at a rural residence. The dispute was verbal and did not result in an arrest. 9:45 a.m. — A deputy investigated a minor, non-injury motor vehicle accident west of Vermillion. 10:58 a.m. — A caller reported receiving a call from someone claiming to be the IRS and demanding payment for back taxes by credit card. The intended victim recognized this as a scam attempt and did not give any money or information. 6:03 p.m. — A deputy received a report of sexual contact involving an underage girl and an adult man. This information related to a previously reported crime and no new offense had taken place. 6:50 p.m. — A deputy responded to a report of a suicidal woman in Wakonda. A determination was made that she was not in immediate danger and could be cared for until she could be committed the next day. South Dakota outh Dakota o Dako ak Human ervice Cen e Human Services Center Human Services Center uman ces en VERMILLION POLICE REPORT SUNDAY, JAN. 4 11:41 a.m. — Complainant reported fraudulent charges on her debit card. Officers are investigating. 12:30 p.m. — A caller reported damage to a light pole near his residence. Officers checked the damage and located vehicle tire tracks in the snow near the damaged light pole. The incident is under investigation. MONDAY, JAN. 5 11:25 a.m. — Complainant reported damage to his vehicle, stating his windshield had been broken. Officers are investigating. 12:20 p.m. — An officer responded to a report of a two vehicle, non injury accident. During the investigation, both vehicle occupants were confirmed to be uninjured. A male driver was cited for a stop sign violation. 5:06 p.m. — A caller reported fraudulent charges on her debit card. The case is currently under investigation. 8:44 p.m. — An officer stopped a vehicle that was observed to be excessively accelerating, causing the vehicle's rear end to swing back and forth on the snow and ice covered roadway. The male driver was cited for overdriving the road conditions. TUESDAY, JAN. 6 1:45 p.m. — Complainant reported a burglary and theft of money from an apartment complex washing machine. The incident is under investigation. For more info or to ap y, p pply pp please g to: p go http://bhr.sd.gov/workforus Call (605)668-3118 EOE Right at Home is looking CUSTODIAN NEEDED THE CITY OF VERMILLION IS SEEKING A PART-TIME CUSTODIAN. PART-TIME A The position is responsible for cleaning City responsible for City buildings and facilities. buildings facilities. Hours will include early mornings, nights and Hours early mornings, weekends with some flexibility, and may fill in flexibility, weekends may fill for custodians times. for other custodians at times. valid driver’s A valid driver’s license and at least one (1) year experience cleaning, maintenance year of experience in cleaning, maintenance or construction is required. required. THE POSITION IS OP UNTIL FILLED. E OPEN FILLED. Please visit www.vermillion.us/careers for a ease www.vermillion.us/careers complete job description and application instructions. ete for compassionate people to help others in their home with daily life. Duties can include housekeeping, laundry, meal prep, transportation, and med reminders. Must be 18 years old with reliable transportation and working cell phone. Background checks and drug test will be utilized. APPLY ONLINE AT: www.rightathome.net/siouxfalls/jobs/personal-care-assistant/ When It’s Time To... Buy a Car Sell Your House Find a Job Sell Your Car Buy a Pet Buy Sporting Goods Sell Goods SATURDAY, JAN. 10 11:40 a.m. — An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding. The male driver was found to not be wearing a seatbelt. The driver received a warning for the speed violation and a citation for not wearing his seatbelt. 12:27 p.m. — An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding. During contact with the driver, the officer confirmed the male driver, as well as a young passenger, were not wearing seatbelts. The driver was issued a warning for the speed violation and issued a citation for not wearing his seatbelt. The driver also received a citation for not ensuring the passenger under age 5 was properly belted. 7:30 p.m. — Complainant reported burglary to her home and damage to a window. No known items reported missing at this time. The incident is still under investigation. 9:29 p.m. — Officers responded to a call of a possible fire. They arrived on scene and assisted with evacuating the residents from the home. They remained on scene to assist the Vermillion Fire Department as needed while the source of the alarm was investigated. 10:42 p.m. — An officer responded to a report of a verbal domestic dispute. The officer spoke with the involved persons and was able to help resolve the dispute between the male and female. Drivers 1335 CDL Driver Needed with competitive wages and good home time. (605)659-5086. CDL Drivers needed to haul livestock, home on weekends. Great Benefit Package for Full-Time Drivers! www.lynchlivestock.com or call Angie @ 563-776-3051 for more information. EOE (MCN) Drivers - CDL-A - DRIVERS NEEDED OTR, Regional, & Dedicated Opportunities Available. Various pay & home time options depending on where you live. CDL-A and 1 year exp. req'd 877-236-9989 w w w. D r i v e J a c o b s o n . c o m (MCN) Other Employment If you're an ambitious and energetic reporter, we have a spot for you at our daily newspaper in Sidney, Neb. We're looking for someone with weekly or small-town daily experience or a star who shined at their collegiate paper. We have an opportunity for you to write news stories and features in a growing community. This position is an immediate opening, so we're looking for someone who can start quickly. Send resume and several writing samples to Publisher Rob Langrell at publisher@suntelegraph.com Other Employment 1340 1335 CLASS A CDL Regional Driver. Good home time. Great pay and benefits. Matching 401 K. Bonuses and tax free money. No touch freight. Experience needed. Call Scott 507-437-9905. Apply on-line www.mcfgtl.com (MCN) Part-Time Part-time Farm Hand Needed. 20-25 Hours per week. (605)659-5086. Have a Great Day The University of South Dakota has positions open in the areas of: Rent Your House Find Lost Items Find a Home SEEKING A CAREER CHANGE AND A BETTER WAGE? GE female driver was found to be intoxicated and was arrested and charged with DWI, ingestion of marijuana, and underage consumption of alcohol. A male passenger in the vehicle was arrested and charged with possession and ingestion of marijuana. A female passenger was charged with underage consumption of alcohol. 8:22 a.m. — Officers responded to a report of a possible domestic disturbance. Officers were able to make contact with the involved individuals. During the investigation, officers learned the incident was a verbal argument and nothing physical occurred between the male and female parties. The officers confirmed the issue was resolved prior to leaving the residence. 4:21 p.m. — A local business reported catching a shoplifter. An officer met with the business and the involved female. Charges for theft and underage possession of alcohol are being requested. 5:08 p.m. — Complainant reported an attempted IRS phone scam. The complainant had received a phone call from an individual who stated he was with the IRS and the complainant was advised they owed money. No personal or financial information was provided to the caller. An officer attempted to follow up with the individual who identified himself as working for the IRS. The call was determined to be fraudulent in nature. 1315 www.broadcasteronline.com Summer Intern Positions Intern r Pharmacy Occupational Therapy Nurse (8 positions) Counseling/Social Work/Psychology (3 positions) $10 per hour - Application Deadline 2/6/15 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7 12:19 p.m. — A caller reported two separate instances of theft from his business. The responding officer is working with the business owner to review possible video footage of the business. The thefts are under investigation at this time. THURSDAY, JAN. 8 2:17 a.m. — Officers were sent to a report of a vehicle that had been driven into a yard. When officers arrived, they observed truck partially off the roadway. The truck had significant damage from striking a tree. Officers investigated the incident and the male driver was found to be intoxicated. He was arrested and charged with DWI and reckless driving. 8:09 a.m. — An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding 32 mph in a 15 mph school zone. The female driver was cited for the speed violation. 12:40 p.m. — Complainant reported a burglary from his residence where a gaming system was stolen. The case is currently still under investigation. 11:20 p.m. — An officer responded to a complaint of loud music. The officer was able to make contact with the resident of the apartment and the music volume was turned down. No charges were filed. FRIDAY, JAN. 9 3:46 a.m. — An officer stopped a vehicle for obstructed vision due to frost covered windows on the vehicle. After further investigation, the Hire Workers Announce a Meeting For detailed descriptions and to apply, go to http://yourfuture.sdbor.edu It’s Time to place an ad in the Broadcaster Call 624-4429 or stop by to place yours today! Looking to star t a new and exciting career with a growing Company? Come join us! We currently have these Full-Time openings: Design (Mechanical or Structural) Engineer Design aggregate equipment. Design knowledge required using guidelines from latest AISC edi edition. Finite element analysis skills (Ansys Design Space for weldments or Digital Canal for truss analysis) plus Inventor or similar 3D CAD experi experience preferred. Mechanical or Structural Engineering degree required, experience preferred. Welders - Day & E a Evening Shifts Welders with vocational training or wire-feed or flux-core welding experience preferred. Evening shift differential is $1.50/hour. Associates will be rewarded with an attractive & competitive wage, medical/dental/vision/life/disability benefits after 30 days, paid vacation after 6 months, and 10 paid holidays/year. r Apply at: Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. 700 W. 21st St., Ya ankton, SD 57078 an personnel@kolbergpioneer.com www.kpijci.com EEO EEO/AA inspiring rewarding creativity fast paced ...is looking for qualified individuals to join their team. CNA Day and Evenings Full-time/Part-time Direct Support Profe Direct Support Professionals p provide support to adults with intellectual and pp with intellectual and developmental disabilities. You will provide services for people to live, work, and developmental disabilities. You will provide services for people to live, work, and v play an active role the Vermillion community. Direct Support Professionals play an active role in the Vermillion community. Direct Support Professionals e e are fun, creative, energetic people who inspire people to achieve more. are fu creative, energetic people who inspire people to achieve more. un, We have positions available that fit your schedule including both part-time and We have positions available that fit your schedule including both part-time and v full-time positions. For more information visit www. esdac.org. full-time positions. For more information visit www.sesdac.org. f .s Apply person or via email at employment@sesdac.org Apply in person or via email at employment@sesdac.org “Building community resources to create person centere life. “Building community resources to create a person centered life.” ed e 1314 E. Cherry St. Vermillion, SD (605)-624-4419 Cherry St. Vermillion, SD Med Aide Part-time Interested candidates please go online to avera.org and fill out an application or call 605-267-2081 for more information $500 sign on bonus
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