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Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014 -Mason County Journal- Page A-13 STAFF REPORT Salisbury recog- news@masoncounty.com nized the officers for saving three people Mason County Sheriff who were ejected from Casey Salisbury recog- a boat July 4 on Hood nized 12 law-enforce-Canal ment officers Friday for Mason County Depu- saving lives in Masonties David Willard and County. Duain Dugan recovered Salisbury handed the victims' boat, which out the awards at his was still traveling in cir- monthly law-enforce- cles after the occupants ment officers' breakfast were ejected. at the Little Creek Ca- Mason County Un- sino & Resort. dersheriff Jim Barrett The first awards -- was awarded a Corn- Commendation of Mer- mendation of Merit it Ribbons -- went to Ribbon for life-saving Washington State De- actions July 19 on the partment of Fish and Hood Canal in the Wildlife Officers Chris area of Twanoh State Smith and Matt Jewett Park. Barrett was and Skokomish Tribal leaving the area after Police Officer Chris a day of fishing when Pickens. he became aware of two distressed people in the water who were drifting away from the park. The victims' ages were 25 and 9. Barrett launched his personal boat to rescue the people. Mason County Depu- ties Chris Gaynor and Dave Willard, Shelton Police Sgt. Mike Fiola and Officer Robert Au- derer, and Squaxin Island Police Officers Mike Gettle and Nate Anderson were all awarded the Distin- guished Service Medal for heroic actions Sept. 3 when they responded to a reportedly armed despondent person in the Shadowood neigh- borhood. Officers and depu- ties involved respond- ed to the incident and made verbal contact with the suspect who advised that he was armed and unwilling to come out of his ga- rage. The garage then ex- ploded and the suspect staggered from an in- terior room on fire. The officers extracted the suspect from the blast area before the garage became engulfed in flames. Mason County Sgt. Wrevor Severance was awarded the Dis- tinguished Service Medal for taking com- mand of the Sept. 3 incident. cz nt: ftompeQeA-12 picion of driving while intoxicated (DWl). Sept. 25 Jacob Juan Rivera, Justin Michael Thomas, 35, of the 300 block of 31, of the 100 block of Southeast Alpine Av- West Highland Road in enue in Shelton, was Shelton, was booked at booked at 7:40 a.m. on 3:04 p.m. on suspicion suspicion of violation of of burglary in the second a protection order, degree and theft in the third degree. Shawn Nathaniel Salt- ers, 37, of Shelton, was Kirk Ronald Hnatovic, booked at 7:41 p.m. on 50, of the 400 block of suspicion of possession Lost Highway West in of a controlled sub- Seabeck, was booked at stance and theft in the 11:20 p.m. on suspicion third degree, of DWl and malicious mischief in the second Sept. 26 degree. Juan Cruz Pedro Mateo, in Matlock, was booked at 9:15 a.m. on suspi- cion of criminal trespass in the second degree. Sept. 28 Kimberly E. Klepadlo, 27, of Northeast Roes- sel Road in Belfair, was booked at 12:50 a.m., Amber Marie Hansen, on suspicion of assault 28, of the 100 block of in the fourth degree. North Conifer Crest in Hoodsport, was booked Eliaz Peres Juares, at 4:36 p.m. on suspi- 31, of the 2300 block cion of theft in the third of Seventh Street in degree and criminal im- Shelton, was booked at personation in the first 12:24 p.m. on suspicion degree, of DWLS in the third de- gree and DWI. Donald James Thomp- son, 34, of the 100 block of Northeast Fern Way in Belfair, was booked at 10:44 p.m. on suspicion of assault in the second Sept. 29 Ira Lee Osman, 43, of the 100 block of East Peaceful Place in Grape- view, was booked at 28, of the 23000 block= , Scot,,?.7 ....... : degree, harassment, 7:24 p.m. on suspicion ~?' ~ ~ ,4: •;~,~-~: ;-,~ ~ ~-:,: ~ :~. :.: :'=, ;:'~:'-~' of Northeast s tbR'6u t , m sch ef n the of DWLS in the third de- 3 in Belfair, was booked 31, of the 400 block of second degree and dis- gree and making a false at 12:11 a.m. on sus- West Maple Roack Road orderly conduct, or misleading statement. There are kids in our community that need our help! We love kids and want to see them succeed in their studies and have the things that they need. Sadly, there are many homeless and needy students in our area who don't even have access to some of the basics. In an effort to help, we've partnered with the Shelton School District to provide new backpacks, shoes, socks and underwear to students in need. If you are able to help us in this effort, please drop off donations to either of our office locations. Feel free to chat a little while while you're there...we also love good conversation with friends! Bowers Dental Group Steven H. Bowers, DDS 717 W. Railroad Avenue. Shelton • (360) 426q664 with Associates: Dr. Thomas Dully & Dr. Bill Busacca 1525 Olympic Hwy North • Shelton • (360) 426-9711 AWARD RECIPIENTS: Chris Smith, WDFW officer Matt Jewett, WDI:W o cer Chris Pickens, Skokomish Tribal Police officer David Willard, Mason County Sheriff's deputy (two awards) Duain Dugan, Mason County Sheriff's deputy Jim Barrett, Mason County undersheriff Chris Gayn0r, Mason County Sheriff's deputy Mike Fiola, Shelton Police sergeant Robert Auderer, Shelton Police officer Mike 6ettle, Squaxin Island Police officer Nate Anderson, Squaxin Island Police officer Trev0r Severance, Mason County Sheriff's sergeant Come to Hunter Farm's Open 9:00 A,M- 6:00 P.M. Every Dayl • Wagon Rides • Hay Maze • Corn Maze • Animals • Hunter Corn $3.00 Admission. Children 2 and under are FREE. Pumpkins are sold by the pound (32’), or under 7pounds is $2.00 1921 E. Hwy 106, Union WA 98592 (360) 898-2222, (360) 426-2222 www.hunter-farms.com