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Scrap metal thief unwitting;fly steals radioactive metal Mason County Sheriff's Office detectives identify person of interest in crime By NATALIE JOHNSON natalie@masoncounty.com A scrap metal thief is like- ly not in danger after steal- ing two wing tips from a Boe- ing DC-10 airplane that are made from depleted uranium, according to the Mason Coun- ty Sheriffs Office. At 1:27 p.m. on Feb. 7, a caller from Wilson Recycling at 2278 E. Brockdale Road reported that someone had dropped off radioactive mate- rial in a load of scrap metal. Later that afternoon, at 2:57 p.m., a caller from Aero Con- trols Inc., at 520 W. Dayton Air- port Road, reported a burglary and theft of "radiological" items. Detective William Adam, public information officer for the Mason County Sheriffs Of- rice, said investigating officers learned that the wing tips are "controlled items that should not be out in the general public." However, representatives from Wilson Recycling told investigators that the parts were probably not dangerous to handle, Adam said. Aero Controls Inc. servic- es components from Boeing, Douglas and Airbus aircraft, according to aerosystems.com. The report states that em- ployees of Wilson contacted Aero after finding the parts. Aero employees then found they were missing the parts from a storage locker that houses hazardous materials. Detectives from the Mason County Sheriffs Office are in- vestigating the incident, and have identified a person of interest. Too Late to Classify BAYSHORE GOLF Course sale. Refrigerators, dishes, tables, chairs, bar supplies, office equipment, tools, air compressor, full-size lock- ers, golf equipment, outdoor tables/chairs, barbeque, and much more. February 15-17, 10am-4pm, 3800 E. Hwy 3, Shelton. D 2/13 SHELTON HOA seeks in house Community Manager with accounting experience. Apply at Mason County work source posting # WA 2519417. T 2-13/2-20 MOVING SALE! L a r g e desk and small desk, 2 lounges with cushions, household items, garden tools, men suits & blazer, water pik, kerosene heater. 414 Marland St. SW Apt. #14D Olympia, WA. Sat 9-3pm. M 2-13 PLACE AN AD in the Journal Classified section to buy or sell. $$$$$ Call 426-4412. Habitat l Store for Humanity of Mason County Store RECORD Continued from page A-12 Feb. 8 Deann Lynae Beg- linger, 43, of the 300 block of Otsego Street Southwest in Ocean Shores, was booked at 2:24 a.m. on suspicion of assault in the second degree. Vicente Perez Pablo, 25, of the 1000 block of Ellinor Avenue in Shelton, was booked at 7:48 a.m. on suspicion of DWI. Feb. 10 Richard Eric Engh, 50, of Filly Lane in Elma, was booked at 3:05 p.m. on suspicion of reckless endangerment in the second degree, malicious mischief in the second degree, criminal trespass in the second degree, theft in the third degree and trafficking in stolen property in the first de- gree. Jeremy Farrel Culver, 28, of the 400 block of Oakhurst Drive in Elma, was booked at 3:20 p.m. on suspicion of reckless endangerment in the second degree, malicious mischief in the second degree, criminal trespass in the second degree, theft in the third degree, obstructing law enforce- ment and traffcking in stolen property in the first degree. Dianne Perez, 28, of the 2100 block of Alabama Street in Bell- ingham, was booked at 5:47 p.m. on suspicion of criminal impersonation in the first degree and obstructing law enforce- ment. PUT THE PEP BACK INTO YOUR STEP! Pain inyour hips or knees can keep you from living a full and active life. "Ihe surgeons of the Joint & Spine Center of Southwest Washington at Capital Medical Center are ready to help get you back on your feet! We are the only South Sound hospital to earn a Gold Seal of Approval" for hip and knee replacement surgery from q-he Joint Commission, the nation's leading organization for health care accreditation. This means that you can expect top-notch, high quality care with a focus on CAPITAL helping you return to doing the activities MIDICAL C, EN'I'I!R you enjoy most. Learn more online at capitalmedlcal.om or call 360-956-1296 3900 CapitMl D SW Olympia, WA 98502 360-754-5858 1-888-677-9757 Mason County Journal - Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 - Page A-13