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cmm Tuesday, July11. 2000 3A scheduled for State Route 44 in .... County near Bogard Rest Area "  lmve shows the new construction, to replace portions of the roadway on Route 44 mar the Route 36/44 ___I The work is scheduled to be performed from Monday, July 24,through Frid.) July 28. i_ /o2strucLion, to re- users up to three miles from then north east to the Boga- hanced safety for the travel- / mile of roadway on the 36/44 junction. The rd Rest Area. ing public. This work is part .,/ffl4 near the Route highway will be impassable. Eastbound traffic will use of a 23-mile.. long roadway J/Jllact-ion,'isscheduled at the new construction the same detour on County rehabdltation project cur- [.Trformed from Man- site. Motorists can expect Road A-21 (Westwood cut- rently underway from the YY 24, -- F r!Friday, July delays of up to 25 minutes off), back to Route 44, and Bogard Rest Area to the ',Order to facilitate west of the new construe- then east n route 36 to the Route 36/44 Junction. rttction of the new tion site due to drainage route 36/44 Junction. Caltrans apologizes in ad- seetion and reduce de- work and other road con- he traveling public, struction. [ traffic will be de- All though traffic must F..around the construc- use the following detour: 24-hours per day. Westbound traffic on route _eaa will be maintained 44 will be detoured onto ---Ute 44 for local resi- Route 36 at the Route 36/44 tion to Westwood an? estwood Buffalo Chips Pizza Well Worth the Drivel In a Hurry. Call Ahead 256-2412 iNVE;TIGATION$. Criminal - - i - - Cnrr'J Dekm Workers aon Acckt vgabon Photo and Video Survllance Eke, ess Himory Asset &  Searctes P,'e-e,'noymt Business Lcenses Check years) Pre-Semerng Repo RE INVESTiGATiVE SERVICE" 259-3838 Cn Phstory & cret "vws & Statements Process Doce & Ch C,stooy Der0gac Public Fgs ExpefI VWmess (La,,, enfo'ceeAem matlel 00HAVINGS ............ Pro 50 lb. BEEF ,7,o It is anticipated that the detour will add approxi- mately 20 minutes travel time. The benefits of the de- tour are reduced delay for through traffic, expedited construction of the new road alignment and en- vance for any inconvenience this detour may cause. If you have any questions or concerns call Mike Meiss- net, resident engineer at 257-5688, or Chris Cum- mings, senior project engi- neer at 225-3455. Christina's One Of A Kind Creations In Formal Wear 251 -0240 I N0 COURT DIVORCE Join the 21st Century! A New Way to Solve the Divorce Dilemma... You Settle the Case with Your Own Attorney Serving as a Colhlxnative Lawyer Non.Advvmada/ AVOID TIIE of the A Process You Be t Judge E ESQ. for Membm. Cdhborat Lawyers o Northem  CALL (530) 251-2474 Casings match weapon used in Plumas slaying Levitoff suspect remains in custody in Utah jail. By Ie Keilw Staff Writer Rain Dickey-O'Brien, the New Mexico wanderer who is the sole suspect in the shooting death of West- wood's Mark "Jerry" Lev- itoff, remains in custody in Utah. Dickey-O'Brien, 21, faces serious felonies in Utah, stemming from his alleged use of stolen credit cards and alleged firearm posses- sion. Those matters need to be resolved before the suspect can be transported to Plumes County to face first- degree murder charges. A possible plea bargain may be arranged in Utah for Dickey-O'Brien, who was scheduled to return to court in Utah Friday, June 30. Once Dickey-O'Brien has been sentenced, Plumes County officials will have a better idea of how long the suspect will remain in the Beehive state. Plumes County officials may need to enforce a gover- nor's warrant to extradite Dickey-Orien from Utah. According to the Plumes County District Attorney's office, much of the five- month delay in Utah has stemmed from a pair of psy- chological tests to gauge Dickey-OBrien's fitness. Dickey-O'Brien is accused by Plumas County officials of killing Levitoff in January in the Lake Almanor area. Shell casings found at the scene of the slaying of a Westwood man match the shotgun found in the sus- pect's vehicle. When Dickey-O'Brien was arrested five months ago in Utah, law enforcement offi- cials found a shotgun inside the suspect's vehicle. Those pieces of evidence, along with other evidence, were forwarded to the De- partment of Justice for ex- amination. Dickey-O'Brien, who hails from Albuquerque, was traced to the Utah side of the Utah-Wyoming border after investigators were noti- fied that 53-year-old Lev- itoffs stolen credit card was being used in Wyoming. Dickey-OBrien was taken into custody after law en- forcement officials found the credit card in the suspect's possession. Officials also say the letter "H" from the logo on the ve- hicle was missing, and that a letter matching the de- scription of the missing "H" was found at the crime scene. The Plumes County Dis- trict Attorney filed a first- degree murder complaint against Dickey-O'Brien at the time of the suspect's ar- rest. Investigators and other law enforcement officials say Levitoff was killed sometime between Thursday, Jan. 20, and late Friday, Jan. 21. Three of Levitofi's friends found an abandoned truck in the early hours of Jan. 22 that belonged to the federal employee. HIDDEN ACRES, beautiful d0ublewide 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile in adult ti0n of park. Newer carpets, newer oil furnace, large covered IXch ........... $44,000 C STUCCO HOME, sharp 3 bed- room m fully fenced & lanscape lot. Up- graded with dual pane windows, well insu- lated, new roof .............. $80,g50 NEAR TOWN. 2bdrm., 2 ha. clean older le . Featvres nice floor plan, cov- ered front and back decks. Two outbuild- ing and large carport. Nice ckyard and large trees ............. $64,900 /Nz.o wc memoj; o je q]4teY by rie cmd 8rma .euck Well the C]B&P is now a restin' With his first loe at his side. 8he's showing him their house of Gold, ,find there they will abide. walls are filled with memories Of the good deeds done when here, Jqdping neighbors, friends and family ,find ones they hold so dear. ,fte'll be waiting for the newcomers, ,find show them where to go. Ie 'll tell them all about heaven, ,fie the things they need to know. ,J4e l be standing at the gate awaitin ' 'To welcome his family in, ,find the circle that once was broken Will be made w/role ain. The Family of Harry Reuck would like to thank everyone for their love and support in the loss of our loved one. From The Alexanders, Reucks, Campblls, Roberts, Becketts and Steffensens cmm Tuesday, July11. 2000 3A scheduled for State Route 44 in .... County near Bogard Rest Area "  lmve shows the new construction, to replace portions of the roadway on Route 44 mar the Route 36/44 ___I The work is scheduled to be performed from Monday, July 24,through Frid.) July 28. i_ /o2strucLion, to re- users up to three miles from then north east to the Boga- hanced safety for the travel- / mile of roadway on the 36/44 junction. The rd Rest Area. ing public. This work is part .,/ffl4 near the Route highway will be impassable. Eastbound traffic will use of a 23-mile.. long roadway J/Jllact-ion,'isscheduled at the new construction the same detour on County rehabdltation project cur- [.Trformed from Man- site. Motorists can expect Road A-21 (Westwood cut- rently underway from the YY 24, -- F r!Friday, July delays of up to 25 minutes off), back to Route 44, and Bogard Rest Area to the ',Order to facilitate west of the new construe- then east n route 36 to the Route 36/44 Junction. rttction of the new tion site due to drainage route 36/44 Junction. Caltrans apologizes in ad- seetion and reduce de- work and other road con- he traveling public, struction. [ traffic will be de- All though traffic must F..around the construc- use the following detour: 24-hours per day. Westbound traffic on route _eaa will be maintained 44 will be detoured onto ---Ute 44 for local resi- Route 36 at the Route 36/44 tion to Westwood an? estwood Buffalo Chips Pizza Well Worth the Drivel In a Hurry. Call Ahead 256-2412 iNVE;TIGATION$. Criminal - - i - - Cnrr'J Dekm Workers aon Acckt vgabon Photo and Video Survllance Eke, ess Himory Asset &  Searctes P,'e-e,'noymt Business Lcenses Check years) Pre-Semerng Repo RE INVESTiGATiVE SERVICE" 259-3838 Cn Phstory & cret "vws & Statements Process Doce & Ch C,stooy Der0gac Public Fgs ExpefI VWmess (La,,, enfo'ceeAem matlel 00HAVINGS ............ Pro 50 lb. BEEF ,7,o It is anticipated that the detour will add approxi- mately 20 minutes travel time. The benefits of the de- tour are reduced delay for through traffic, expedited construction of the new road alignment and en- vance for any inconvenience this detour may cause. If you have any questions or concerns call Mike Meiss- net, resident engineer at 257-5688, or Chris Cum- mings, senior project engi- neer at 225-3455. Christina's One Of A Kind Creations In Formal Wear 251 -0240 I N0 COURT DIVORCE Join the 21st Century! A New Way to Solve the Divorce Dilemma... You Settle the Case with Your Own Attorney Serving as a Colhlxnative Lawyer Non.Advvmada/ AVOID TIIE of the A Process You Be t Judge E ESQ. for Membm. Cdhborat Lawyers o Northem  CALL (530) 251-2474 Casings match weapon used in Plumas slaying Levitoff suspect remains in custody in Utah jail. By Ie Keilw Staff Writer Rain Dickey-O'Brien, the New Mexico wanderer who is the sole suspect in the shooting death of West- wood's Mark "Jerry" Lev- itoff, remains in custody in Utah. Dickey-O'Brien, 21, faces serious felonies in Utah, stemming from his alleged use of stolen credit cards and alleged firearm posses- sion. Those matters need to be resolved before the suspect can be transported to Plumes County to face first- degree murder charges. A possible plea bargain may be arranged in Utah for Dickey-O'Brien, who was scheduled to return to court in Utah Friday, June 30. Once Dickey-O'Brien has been sentenced, Plumes County officials will have a better idea of how long the suspect will remain in the Beehive state. Plumes County officials may need to enforce a gover- nor's warrant to extradite Dickey-Orien from Utah. According to the Plumes County District Attorney's office, much of the five- month delay in Utah has stemmed from a pair of psy- chological tests to gauge Dickey-OBrien's fitness. Dickey-O'Brien is accused by Plumas County officials of killing Levitoff in January in the Lake Almanor area. Shell casings found at the scene of the slaying of a Westwood man match the shotgun found in the sus- pect's vehicle. When Dickey-O'Brien was arrested five months ago in Utah, law enforcement offi- cials found a shotgun inside the suspect's vehicle. Those pieces of evidence, along with other evidence, were forwarded to the De- partment of Justice for ex- amination. Dickey-O'Brien, who hails from Albuquerque, was traced to the Utah side of the Utah-Wyoming border after investigators were noti- fied that 53-year-old Lev- itoffs stolen credit card was being used in Wyoming. Dickey-OBrien was taken into custody after law en- forcement officials found the credit card in the suspect's possession. Officials also say the letter "H" from the logo on the ve- hicle was missing, and that a letter matching the de- scription of the missing "H" was found at the crime scene. The Plumes County Dis- trict Attorney filed a first- degree murder complaint against Dickey-O'Brien at the time of the suspect's ar- rest. Investigators and other law enforcement officials say Levitoff was killed sometime between Thursday, Jan. 20, and late Friday, Jan. 21. Three of Levitofi's friends found an abandoned truck in the early hours of Jan. 22 that belonged to the federal employee. HIDDEN ACRES, beautiful d0ublewide 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile in adult ti0n of park. Newer carpets, newer oil furnace, large covered IXch ........... $44,000 C STUCCO HOME, sharp 3 bed- room m fully fenced & lanscape lot. Up- graded with dual pane windows, well insu- lated, new roof .............. $80,g50 NEAR TOWN. 2bdrm., 2 ha. clean older le . Featvres nice floor plan, cov- ered front and back decks. Two outbuild- ing and large carport. Nice ckyard and large trees ............. $64,900 /Nz.o wc memoj; o je q]4teY by rie cmd 8rma .euck Well the C]B&P is now a restin' With his first loe at his side. 8he's showing him their house of Gold, ,find there they will abide. walls are filled with memories Of the good deeds done when here, Jqdping neighbors, friends and family ,find ones they hold so dear. ,fte'll be waiting for the newcomers, ,find show them where to go. Ie 'll tell them all about heaven, ,fie the things they need to know. ,J4e l be standing at the gate awaitin ' 'To welcome his family in, ,find the circle that once was broken Will be made w/role ain. The Family of Harry Reuck would like to thank everyone for their love and support in the loss of our loved one. From The Alexanders, Reucks, Campblls, Roberts, Becketts and Steffensens