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Cops: Bookkeeper stole $300K


Woman faces felony larceny


JEANA
MICHELLE
ADAMS


charges after money taken from church


Brian Hughes than $300,000 during a period racketeering.
'brianh@crestviewbulletin.com of several years.. A parishioner who wished to
Jeana Michelle Adams, 37,- remain anonymous stated that
A former .bookkeeper at of Cahokia Run in Crestview, the church, east of Crestview
Emmanuel Baptist Church in was bpoked Tuesday evening on James Lee Boulevard, has
Crestview was arrested Tues- on felony larceny charges of been investigating the thefts
day on rhultiple charges stem- grand theft, forgery/altering a for "several months" and said
ming from an investigation public record, passing .an al- the whereabouts of the money
into the alleged theft of more tered financial instrument and is as yet unknown.


According to Adams' arrest
report, church officials discov-
ered the alleged thefts, in Oc-
tober 2009. "Church personnel
uncovered documents which
... supported indications that
the defendant had been trans-
See THEFT


Signing day
12


Teen charged


Youth awards


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TABLE OFt
CONTENTS
WHAT'S HAPPENING............. 2
RELIGION................ ................ 7
OUTDOORS.........................9...
CLASSIFIEDS......... 10......... 1 0
SPORTS............................ 12

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1905 Gallery adds groceries;

evokes Laurel Hill's heyday

SBrian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
The cracked and fading early 1900s photos of
Laurel Hill's commercial heart at State Road 85
and Second Avenue speak volumes of the district's
prominence and importance in the north county
community.
One business owner wants to recreate the am-
.bience of that forgotten era when stores, such as
Campbell company and Cadenhead's Grocery,
were more than purveyors of residents' necessi- t
ties.
Their aisles and broad front porches were so-
cial gathering spots where news and gossip was
See LAUREL HILL 3


THEN AND NOW:
Today's 1905
Gallery is all
that remains of
Laurel Hill's early
commercial center,
which was both
a shopping and
social nucleus. With
the city council's
recent approval
of the addition of
groceries to the
store's various
sundries, Ihe 1905
Gallery will have
come full circle,
having included a
grocery in the past.
BRIAN HUGHES I
Cictsmier Ncs Bulletin


Arrests made in car thefts off P.J. Adams Parkway


IAN AWTRY
NORTHCUTT


Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
Crestview police have arrested two
teenagers in connection with a string
of car burglaries that occurred in south
Crestview last weekend.
More arrests are possible.
A 17-year-old juvenile was arrested
Wednesday, as was Crestview resident


Ian Awtry Northcutt, 18.
Northcutt is charged with burglary and
grand theft. As of press time Friday, he was
still in custody on a $2,000 bond. The 17-
year-old suspect also faces charges of bur-
glary and grand theft, as well, a Crestview
Police Department arrest report states.
"There are more arrest warrants of
other suspects that are pending in this
case," the police report states. "They, too,


will be facing numerous charges in con-
nection to these burglaries."
Nearly two dozen automobiles were
burglarized during the weekend in subdi-
visions off PJ. Adams Parkway.
Sunday morning, members of the
Crestview Police Department respond-
ed to 23 separate incidents where items
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From staff reports

NORTH. OKALOOSA
VALENTINE'S DIN.
NER: New Bethel United
Methodist Church at 5986
State Road 85 North will
host a Valentine's Italian
dinner on Feb. 13 at 6 p.m.
Dinner is free and will be
served until 6:45 p.m. The
dinner includes a .choice
of lasagna, spaghetti or
noodles Alfredo, with green
salad, Texas toast and des-
sert.
The meal will be fol-
lowed by entertainment at
7 p.m. featuring Jerry Clow-
er impersonator Ed Cotten
and gospel group, the Keith
Rowell Family. A free offer-
ing for the singing group
will be taken up.
TRANSLATORS
NEEDED: Pensacola-
based Dvorak International
Linguistics Inc. is currently
gathering contact informa-
tion for bilingual individuals
speaking Haitian Creole, or
Kreyol, and English to vol-
unteer in assisting victims
of the earthquake in Haiti.
For details or to register,
contact Claudia Dvorak at
cdvorak@dvorakinterna-
tional.com or call 850-492-
4406.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Center drives in North
Okaloosa County are as fol-
lows: .
Feb. 12, Possum Ridge
BBQ, Crestview, 1 p.m. to
6 p.m. Every donor will re-
ceive a free sandwich.
Feb. 14,. Knights of Co-
lumbus, Crestview, at Our
Lady of Victory Catholic
Church, 550 Adams St., 8:30
a.m. to, I p.m.; First United
Methodist Church, Crest-
view, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. .
Feb. 15, Wal-Mart, Crest-
view, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. "
Feb. 17, Parthenon
Healthcare, Crestview, 8:30
a.m. to ll:30 a.m.
Feb. 19, Bob Sikes Ele-


' mentary School, Crestview.
4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 26, Crestview Post
Office, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.
Thereisanelevatedneed
for blood types 0 Negative
I and B Negative. Northwest
i Florida Blood Services is
your community blood cen-
ter providing blood to pa-
tients, families and friends
in local hospitals across the
r Panhandle. Blood is used to
i help patients with cancer,
heart bypass, surgeries and
emergencies.
Call 862-4216 for more
t information.
QUIT, SMOKING
CLASS: Okaloosa County
tobacco users can find free
help to quit tobacco use
at one of a list of free, six-
week, evidence-based "Quit
Smoking Now" programs
sponsored by West Florida
Area Health Education
Center (AHEC).
NOMC' is hosting a
class Mondays at 5:30 p.m.
through March 8 and again
on Monday at 5:30 p.m.
from May 3 through June.
* 14.
To register or get more
'information, call 398-6965,
877-6-STOP-NOW (toll free)
or visit www.westflorida
ahec.org.
ART & SCIENCE
OF JOB SEARCH: Jobs
Plus at 212 N. Wilson St.
in Crestview is hosting
"The Art & Science of Job
'Search," a seminar series,
every Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
through March 25. It ends
with an employer question-
and-answer panel on the
25th.
Attendanrce is free, but
seating is limited. Reserve
a seat by calling 833-7587,
ext. 211, or-e-mailjmcdaniel
@jobsplus02.com.
Feb. 18 steps to a better
resume.
March '4 interviewing
strategies that work.
March 18 negotiating
and job retention.


CRESTVIEW LI-
BRARY: The Crestview
Public Library at 1445 Com-
merce Drive in Crestview is
hosting the following activi-
ties:'
*AARP Tax Aide is
again providing free tax
preparation at the library,
.for low and middle-income
residents, with special at-
tention to those age 60 and
older. -
This free service is
available on a first-come,
first-served basis through'
April 15. Sign-in is required.
Hours are Mondays from
2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. and Fridays from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday appointments
for those who speak Span-
ish only are available from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. through
March 27. A translator will
be available on these Satur-
days only.
A bilingual JobsPlus
staff member Access Flor-
ida will help people apply-
ing for food stamps or other
non-cash assistance. Satur-
days from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
through March 27 at the
Crestview Public Library
to help with the online ap-
plication on Saturdays from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m; through.
March 27.
You will need a current
library card to use the li-
brary computers. There is
no charge for an initial li-
brary card. Just bring in a
picture ID, contact phone
numbers, and proof of your
Okaloosa County street ad-
dress.
One-on-one beginning
skills, computer tutoring.
* The one-hour sessions are
especially helpful for senior
citizens who want .to learn
how to use the Internet
and e-mail. Appointments
are available on Tuesday,
and Thursday afternoons
and Saturday mornings. A
current library card is re-
quired.


First Tuesday Lec-
tures are featured every
first Tuesday of the month
at 10:30 a.m.
GRANT WRITING
WORKSHOP: Tallahas-
see author and grant writer
Anne Haw Holt will conduct
a three-hour overview 'of
methods used to find and
complete grants for non-
profits including agencies.
and churches on Feb. 27.
The program will be held in
the Crestview public library
meeting room from 12:30 to
3:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb., 27.
The cost is $20 (payable
at the door) and includes a
copy of a model grant bud-
get. Seminar attendees will
learn about proposal writ-
ing, grant budgeting and
program goal setting. Bring
a copy of your organization's
mission and a synopsis of
your proposed program
with goals for funding.
To register, call 850-977-
5110 or 850-576-0721'or I e-
mail ahholt@ahholt.com.
The library is located
at 1445 Commerce Drive
(behind the' post office) in
north Crestview. For more
information call the library
at 682-4432.
SH1N1. VACCINATION:
Workplace,. community,
church and other groups
are invited to contact the
Okaloosa Health Depart-
ment through Feb. 26 if
they have at least 10 people
wanting to get the vaccine.
With three days' notice, the.
department will travel to'
you to give a free vaccina-
tion clinic.
To request a clinic at
your place of employment,
church, or other site, please
call Elaine at 833-9240, ext.
2304; Kellie at ext. 2149, or
Linda at ext. 2381. *
This mobile clinic offer
ends Feb. 26.'
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Woman's Club of Crest- Fairgrounds, Lewis Tarner
view will be held Feb. 13 at Boulevard (US 189), Fort
11 a.m. at First United Walton Beach. There is still
Methodist Church Fellow- time to participate as an
ship Hall, 898 Texas Park- exhibitor, sponsor or in the
way, Crestview. Piggy Bank Beauty Pag-
Fashions will be present- eant, by calling 850-797-4902
ed by Red Raspberry and or 689-5850. This free event
Donna Howard. includes a free canvas bag,
Tickets for the event in- and prize giveaways all day.
clude a luncheon and door Sign up to be an Okaloosa
prizes. They are $20 each, Saver at www.okaloosa
including tax. Proceeds saves.org.
support the group's chari- AMERICAN GIRLS
ties. To reserve your tickets, BOOK CLUB: The Crest-
call Jeri Jones at 217-5869 view public library on Com-
or Gigi Allen at 682-7879, or merce' Drive behind the
contact any club member. post office is hosting an
SYOUTH BASEBALL & American Girls Book Club.
SOFTBALL: Signups and The club meets every third
other events will be held for Saturday of the month from
Crestview Dixie Youth base- 10 a.m. until noon in tle .
ball and softball today at 10 Story Room. Members talk
a.m. at Garden City Park. about the book and discover
Call 850-758-1414 for more more about life at different
information. times in American history.
OKALOOSA FCAT TU- Activities, arts and crafts
TORING: All Okaloosa stu- and interesting snacks are
dents are invited to attend part of each session.
Saturday Success tutoring Join in by'signing up in
for the FCAT Feb. 13, Feb. 26 Youth Services for .each
and March 6 from 9 a.m. to meeting; get the book from
11:30 a.m. at Choctaw High the library.or purchase it,
School. For details contact and finish reading the se-
Dr. Cheryl Seals (north) elected book for that month
at 689-7177, ext. 18000, or before coming to the.meet-
Elaine Anderson (south) at ing. For details, call 496-
833-5815. 9496.
"GO PLAY" AT HOUSING VOUCHER
BLACKWATER: In honor PROGRAMr Applications
of Florida State Parks' 75th for the Crestview Housing
anniversary and the Martin Authority Section 8 Housing
Luther King Jr. holiday, Go Choice Voucher Program
Play Weekday allows resi- will be accepted beginning.
dents and visitors to explore through Feb: 26 at the 371
featured parks for a budget W Hickory Ave. main office
entrance fee of 75 cents per in Crestview from '9 a.m.


person through Feb. 25.
This includes Blackwa-
ter River State Park in Holt
and Falling Waters State
Park in Chipley.
Mention "Go Play Week-
day" at the ranger station to'
get the special price. If the
park has an honor box, just
write "Go Play Weekday" on
the envelope and put in 75
cents instead of the full fee.
Promotions will change
throughout. the year, so
check for updates on the
Web site at www.Flori-
daStateParks.org.
TRUCK RAFFLE: Just
in time for Valentine's Day,
the Harvest Vineyard Mis-
sion is hosting a raffle for a
bright red 1965 Chevy truck.
Proceeds will support the
Area Addictions Recovery
Center.
The anticipated date
of the drawing to choose a
winner is Feb. 13, or when
tickets are all sold. They are
being sold at area stores
and are also available at
the ministry office. Call 682-
,6447 for details.
ECONOMIC LIV-
ING EXPO: Learn to
make smart choices about
money, home and health
in 2010 at the EcoNomic
Living Expo held Feb. 27,
at the C.H. "Bull" Rigdon


to 5 p.m. Applications will
be accepted beginning at 9
a.m.. .
The Housing Choice
Voucher Program is for the
very low income family.
ART CONTEST: The
Ladies Auxiliary to the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars Post
5450. in .Crestview is look-
ing for artistic students in
grades 9-12 to participate
in the Young Patriotic Art
Contest.. Students- have
several months to 'create
patriotic art that could earn
them college scholarship
money worth: thousands.
The deadline to enter is
March 31. Details: LAVFW
President, Lynn Mobley,
537-3375 or 978-0685.
CHILD INSURANCE
REGISTRATION: Paula
Jackson of Families Count
is offering assistance to lo-
cal residents who want, to
register their children for
Florida KidCare insurance.
Walk-ins are accepted ev-
ery Tuesday and Thursday
from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at
Jobs Plus on Wilson Street
in Crestview. If you would
rather arrange a differ-
ent time, please call her at
850-685-4086. Please bring
proof of income and Social
Security numbers for every
member of your household.


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Saturday, February 6, 2010


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


S'I've done enough harm': Morris


makes tearful plea in court


Former sheriff faces up to 60 years in prison


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
GROCERS?: Matthew and Theresa Stucki, the owners and operators of the 1905
Gallery since March 2005, want to see part of the store return to its earlier
capacity as Laurel Hill's community grocery.


LAUREL HILL from page 1


exchanged, where people
connected and a sense of
community was fostered.
After more than a-centu-
ry, what today is known as
the 1905 Gallery has seen
many types of businesses
come and go under its roof.
According to local histo-
rian Tracy Curenton, the
now interconnected classic
American early 20th cen-
tury buildings have served
as the county's first bank
(the town's .telephone ex-
change was upstairs), doc-
tors' offices, the Laurel Hill
Pharmacy, the post office, a
Masonic lodge and Caden-
head's Grocery.'
A small Depression-era
Works Progress Adminis-
tration sewing factory even.
took up part of the build-
ing in the 1930s, Curenton
said.
After the railroad pulled
out of town and the town's
fortunes declined, the
buildings slowly became
run down. In November
2004, George Wittmer, a lo-
cal preservationist respon-
sible for restoring several
historic Laurel Hill build-
ings, finished restoration
work on the 1905 ,Gallery
buildings. Five months lat-
er, Theresa and Matthew
Stucki purchased them.
At its January meeting,
the Laurel Hill City Council
approved the Stuckis' re-
quest to add groceries and
beverages, including wine
and beer, to the business'
diverse merchandise that
includes antiques, books,
the Steel Magnolias beauty
salon, and a selection of
Sorrelli jewelry that draws
customers from as far


THEFT from pag
ferring a large amount
of church funds from the
church checking accounts
into her personal credit
card accounts through com-
puter electronic means,"
the report states.
According to the report,
an investigation revealed
that since the start of
her employment with the
church in April 2003, Ad-
ams had written "numer-
ous" church checks pay-
able to herself, forging the
signatures of the church
financial officers, then de-
positing them in her per-
sonal bank accounts.
"The defendant wrote
the checks out to herself as
payment of church housing,
which she was not entitled
to," the report states.
Further, the report con-
tinues, Adams "could not
explain why she wrote the
checks out to herself for
housing because she was
not entitled to receive mon-
ey for church housing," but
later "she realized she took


away as Montgomery and
Destin.
Laurel Hill Mayor Fer-
rin Campbell Jr. appreci-
ates the economics behind
the Stuckis' request. ;
"In these hard times,
you have to do what you
can to survive," he said.
The Stuckis envision a
country-style community
grocery store in the two-
story section on the south
side of the complex in what
was originally the Bank of
Laurel Hill.
"As you walk into. the
building, it resonates that
nostalgic, feeling," said
Matthew Stucki. "It will be
simple and nostalgic."
The Stuckis' idea would
include staples needed by
residents, many of them
available in bulk from bins
and barrels,. so custom-
ers can purchase just the
amount they desire and
save by riot, having to pay
for fancy labels and pack-
aging. The store also would
offer area farmers a place
to sell fresh fruit and veg-
etables in season.
"One of the things we
want would be to carry af-
fordable groceries for lo-
cal folks and bulk foods,"
Stucki said. "More of the
old country grocery store
type thing. Pricing is a con-
cern. It would be. hard to
compete to get all of some-
one's grocery business, but
the idea is to make it afford-
able and a neat shopping
experience."
To engage their Laurel
Hill neighbors, a business
model under consideration
is a sort of community gro-
cery co-op similar to the


Red Bay Grocery in Free-
port, Stucki said. Red Bay
shareholders purchased
52 shares at $1,000 each
to help the business get
going, Stucki said. "Now
they're trading them for
more than people original-
lypaid."
"We're working on it,"
Stucki said. "It's difficult
to try to launch something
new in this economy. The
risky part is getting the
community's support.",
The, council's approval
is the first major hurdle to
surmount before the 1905
Gallery once more offers
groceries.
"To get our zoning,
that's our next goal," said
Theresa Stucki. "We're get-
ting a slow start. The hard-
est part is finding coolers.
You'd think with so many
businesses going under,
you'd be able to find them.
New coolers are $5,000."
With the closest super-
markets 15 or more miles
away in Crestview or Flo-
rala, Ala., the return of a
Laurel Hill grocer offering
the foods and beverages
residents want is an attrac-
tive proposition, Matthew
Stucki said.
"It's back to the basics
in these times," he said. "I
think people are tired of the
flash-in-the-pan '80s and
'90s excesses."
If all goes well, the 1905
Gallery soon will resound
with cheerful greetings -
and the occasional snippet
of juicy gossip as neigh-
bor again meets neighbor
over the cornmeal barrel
in Laurel Hill's once and
future grocery store.


Tom McLaughlin
.Florida Freedom Newspapers
PENSACOLA Former Okaloosa County
Sheriff Charlie Morris pleaded no contest
Friday to one count of money laundering
and one count of racketeering, both state
charges, in an Escambia County court.
Morris faces a minimum sentence of,
75.5 months and a maximum of 60 years.
The state has requested Morris be sen-
tenced after the cases of his co-defen-
dants are disposed of later this summer,
and that is the most likely scenario.
He made a tearful, contrite state-
ment to the court, saying he was avoid-
ing a trial because he felt he had put his
family and. former employees through
enough.
"Over the past year, my wife, family
and fellow employees have endured suf-
fering because of my wrongdoing and ab-
errant behavior," said Morris, who broke
down in tears while speaking to the court.
"My wife is the most caring woman in the
world, and she has endured further hu-
miliation as a result of the Thornton trial.
I don't want to see my family endure an-
other trial. I want them to find peace and
happiness.... I've done enough harm."
Already serving a 71-month federal
prison sentence for theft, fraud and mon-
ey laundering, Morris likely will have jail
time tacked on to his federal term.
Barry Beroset, who is defending Mor-
ris co-defendant and fellow federal de-.
tainee ,Teresa Adams, said prosecutors
adamantly have pursued consecutive, as
opposed to concurrent, sentences for Ad-
ams and Morris.
Morris' hearing comes on the heels of
last week's trial of Sabra Thornton, an-
other member of Morris' administration
that was toppled when a bonus kickback
scandal was uncovered early last year.
Thornton was found guilty of grand
theft and faces a sentence between 25
months and 61 years.
' State Attorney Bill Eddins said Thorn-
ton's verdict gave his office confidence as
it turned its attention to Morris, Adams
and three former sheriff's office employ-
ees charged with racketeering for their
participation in what was, termed "a


criminal enterprise."
"We feel very confident in our position
in all of the cases, particularly after the
result we obtained in the Sabra Thornton
trial," Eddins said.
Morris' former Chief Deputy Michael
Coup, Finance Director Sandra Norris
and Information Technology Special-
ist David Yacks also face racketeering
charges.
Eddins said the cases against all of
the defendants are so strong that no plea
bargains will be offered.
"We're not going to tie our hands by
plea bargaining. We're going to take the
position we're going to try them unless
they want to plea and cooperate," he
said.
That means the state will require the
defendants either to face trial or plead
guilty and accept a judge's sentence.
Trials for all of the defendants except
Morris have been set for June 1.
Adams is serving a three-year sen-
tence after pleading guilty to federal
charges of theft, fraud and money
laundering for her role in the kickback
scheme. She also stayed in Escambia
County this week following her testimo-
ny-in the Thornton case and could be the
next defendant to accept a plea.
"I assume sooner or later somewhere
down the line she's going to enter a plea,"
Beroset said.
Beroset said he and Ken Ridlehoover,
Morris' attorney, have been angling for
state sentences that run concurrently
with the federal sentence. They have not
been successful, he said.
Chris Klotz, Norris' attorney, said he
has had no contact with the state attor-
ney's office and is wading through "tens
of thousands" of discovery documents
provided by prosecutors.
"In my opinion, it's too early to be
making any kind of permanent strategy
decisions," he said:
Nick Petersen, who represents Yacks,
said he also was working through discov-
ery material. He said it's."very possible"
he won't complete the discovery process
by the June 1 trial date.
"If we're not completed, I don't think
we'll be ready for trial," he said.


le 1 .


money from the church' in
excess of what she was en-
titled to and offered to pay
any money that she owed
back to the church in order
to avoid being prosecuted."
'Investigation by church
officials and Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office in-
vestigators determinedthat
Adams wrote 119 checks to
herself, according to her ar-
rest report, forging church
officials' signatures on 113
of them.
In all, Adams is accused
of forging $157,813.27 in
checks. In addition, elec-
tronic transfers Adams
allegedly made from the
church accounts to her per-
sonal credit card accounts
totaled $158,803, for a total
of $316,616.27.
The church's interim
pastor, Ian Anderson, said
in a written statement,
"This has been a challeng-
ing time for Emmanuel
Baptist Church. We are
deeply saddened by what
has occurred. Emmanuel


had been stolen from automobiles in and
around the River Chase subdivision.
The autos were targeted Saturday night
or early Sunday morning. Police began field-
ing calls Sunday as people awoke and discov-
ered items were missing from their vehicles.
Thieves stole iPods, GPS systems, ra-
dios, radar detectors, loose change and
other items of value, police Lt. Andrew


Baptist Church is choosing
not to allow these circum-
stances to take our focus
off of Jesus Christ and what
He is doing through our
church. We remain com-
mitted to His service."
Anderson's statement
said the church would re-
frain from further comment
"pending the prosecution
of this case."
In addition to the charg-
es of grand theft, forging
and passing altered checks,
Adams was charged with
racketeering because she
"was involved in numerous
predicate crimes required
to charge said statute ...
The criminal conduct was
organized throughout and
conducted in a pattern,
which justifies the addi-
tional charge of racketeer-
ing," her arrest report ex-
plained.
Adams was released
Wednesday from the Oka-
loosa County Jail on a
$14,000 bond. She faces a
March 16 court date.


Schneider said.
"All of the vehicles were unlocked,"
Schneider said.
Police have recovered several stolen
items and are asking anyone who has not
reported a car burglary to do so by calling
the Crestview Police Department to file a
report and identify stolen items. The num-
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Driver in wreck in which teen lostrm arrest
Driver in wreck in which teen lost arm arrested


Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin
HOLT Holt resident
Cody Myers, 18, faces mul-
tiple charges in connection
with a November wreck
that resulted in the ampu-
tation of another teenag-
er's arm.
On Tuesday, Myers
was arrested and charged
with DUI with serious in-
jury, DUI property damage,
driving with a suspended
driver's license and care-
less driving, according to
a Florida Highway Patrol
press release.
Myers was released
Friday morning from the
Okaloosa County Jail on a
$16,000 bond.
Myers' arrest stems
from a Nov. 10 accident in
which he was driving and


lost control
of his 1994
Ford F-150
in a curve
while "tray-
eling at a
high rate of
speed," ac-
cording to CODY MYERS
an FHP re-
port issued
after the accident.
Following Myers' Tues-
day arrest, the FHP an-,
nounced his blood alcohol
concentration level at the
time of the wreck was .121.
Jacob Mashburn, 17,
was sitting in the passen-
ger's seat the night of the
accident when Myers' truck
slammed into two pecan
trees on John Road in Holt
with enough force to rip the
cab from the body. Neither
of the boys was wearing a


Holt resident Jacob Mashburn, 17, is pictured h
November at a Thanksgiving dinner with class
at Emerald Coast Career Institute in Crestview,
shortly after an auto accident in which he lost h


seat belt, a report states.
Mashburn's right arm
was shredded in the wreck


and amputated by
g.ons at Sacred
Hospital in Pensacol


teenager's scalp also had
to be stitched back togeth-
er and he recalled putting
his hand to his head after
the wreck and feeling his
exposed skull "with every-
thing open."
SMyers' leg was broken
and he required multiple
stitches.
Holt Fire Department
Chief Scot Chestnut called
the crash "one of the worst
he had ever seen."
In- a recent interview,
FILE ART Mashburn said he does not
want people to be angry
ere in with his friend.
notes "He's like a brother to
me," Mashburn said of My-
is ers. "I love'him.".
Three days before the
wreck, Myers was released
y sur- from the Okaloosa County,
Heart Jail after serving a 45-day
la. The sentence for driving with


his license suspended. In
2007, he was cited for un-
lawful speeding and was
issued a ticket for careless
driving.
"This is a tragedy,"
Mashburn's mother, Lisa
Griffin, said after the acci-
dent. "But Cody shouldn't
have been on the road with
a suspended driver's li-
cense. I hope this willmake
kids think twice. I hope
this will make Cody think
twice."
Since. the accident,
Mashburn has been un-
dergoing physical therapy
and was treated for several
infections in his amputated
arm that required daily
intravenous drips. He will
eventually be fitted with
a prosthetic at Shriners
Hospitals for Children in
Tampa.


__ _Okaloosa County Crime REPORTS '


From Staff Reports

Crestview Police
Dept. reports
1/11: JENNIFER
GWENDOLYN GREGO-
RY, 21, of 1333 N. Pearl St.,
Crestview, was charged
with burglary and theft
based on a Walton County
Sheriff's warrant.
1/15: AEZA MARI. MA-


GADIA, 24, of 402 Plate
Drive was charged with
cruelty to animals. KA-
LEB STEPHAN VINCEK,
20, of 523 Southern Court,
Crestview, was charged
with battery (domestic vio-
lence). JON DEANGELO
REYNOLDS JR., 19, of 1231
W Edney Ave., Crestview,
was charged with battery/
touch or strike. LATOYIA
SHERMIKIA FOSTER, 27,
of 502 S. Lincoln St., Crest-


view, was charged with
forgery, 'of a bank check,
passing a forged bank
check and larceny petit
theft, first offense.
1/16: SHAUN THOMAS
CORLEY, 28, of 201 Dixie
St., Crestview, was charged
with battery causing
bodily harm and resisting/
obstructing an officer with-
out violence.
1/17: GREGORY
FARELL MCDONALD,
39, of 302 W. Oakdale Ave.,
Crestview, was charged
with misdemeanor battery
(domestic violence). TE-
RESA L. LAYTON, 51, of
393 Brackin St., Crestview,
was charged with worth-
less checks based on a Wal-
ton County Sheriff's Office
warrant. JENNIFER RE-
NEE GUERETTE, 30 of
833 Oakridge Road, Apt. B,
Fort Walton Beach, was is-


sued a notice to appear on
a charge of retail theft.

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and brown eyes, five feet
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and 192 pounds. Kelley's
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Local


Crestview News Bulletin 1 5


Red Hatters enjoy lunch, 83rd birthday for Doug


The Red Hatters in their
show of colors arrived at my
home last month with their
covered dishes
for lunch. First-'
timer Karoline
Howell took this
picture of our
group members:
Yvonne Jordan,
Kathleen
McMichael, UP ON THE HILL
Janet Twitty, Estelle Rogers
Frances Settles,
birthday pink lady Tina Flowers,
Devona Willis, Janice Bailey,
Joyce Holley, Carolyn Strickland,
Faye Garvin, Jessie Fleming,
Cassie Rogers and Estelle.
Rogers, seated.
The Hilltopper ladies will be
gathering for lunch at the Grill
on Feb. 16 at 11 a.m. We miss
two faithful friends, McDonald
Campbell and Norma Flournoy,
at our table. McDonald's
fractured leg is healing well and
she is doing well with therapy.
Bring a friend with you and enjoy
a time of fellowship.
Carolyn Williams,
Crestview and DeFuniak
Springs community educator
for Covenant Hospice said,
"Covenant's commitment to
excellence is reflected in the
heart-warming responses
from people that received our
services," We are blessed to
have her as Alzheimer's group
facilitator in Laurel Hill on the
third Thursday, 2 p.m. of each
month at First Baptist Church
fellowship hall. This is the place
to get answers for those dealing


THE JOY OF RED AND PURPLE: The Red
meeting.


,with family issues of dementia.
Call 598-1057.
Caregivers must take time
out for themselves in order to
stay mentally healthy while
continuing to care for a loved
one. Many families are touched
with this disease that is no
longer in the closet! Caregivers
can no longer hide it for the sake
of family members. Long term
planning has to be hlealt with
before the final need arrives.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Hatters enjoyed tasty covered dishes at their most recent


On Saturday Jan. 30, Doug
was 83. Ray, Mary Beth and I
took balloons and birthday cake,
and shared lunchtime with him
at Carington Manor. Life goes
on one day at the time ... none of
us know what tomorrow holds in
store.
, Condolences to the family
of Wilma Jones, who passed
away. Her son, Harold Jones, is
Laurel Hill city-clerk. She will be
remembered as the brave lady.


who took on chairing of the Hobo
Festival when she was 80 years
young several years ago. I'm
not sure how long she held the
position. She will be missed.
" My Sister's Closet was
visited by one of its many fans,
Linda Rowan from Jonesboro,
Ga., recently. Owner Cynthia
Harris offers consignment and
retail clothing, tuxedo rental,
wedding gowns and unexpected
treasures that can all be found I


in her shop at 625 North Ferdon
in Crestview. Call 683-9400 for
information.
The 1905 Gallery is graced by
the floral and gift items offered
by The Shepherd's Daughter,
Devona Willis. Many items
have been reduced in price to
make way for the new Valentine
selection. She also carries a life
of Red Hat cards and Leaning
Tree cards. This is where you
will find a small or large gift
item for any occasion. Cemetery
flowers are also on sale.
Alpha & Omega cleaning
services, licensed and insured,
offers free estimates for all.
your cleaning needs. Those
with busy lives often need help
with keeping their homes clean.
Carla and her helpers have
been working in Crestview
and Laurel Hill area homes for
several years. If you are in need
of professional help call her at
546-1225.
A mini-family reunion from
the Strickland clan, representing
the Madie Strickland Howell
and Mamie Strickland Bryan
families, met at the Wild Olive
for lunch Monday. Edna Bryan
Gordon, Karoline Howell and I
visited for hours over lunch and
dessert. Kim, our nice server,
took good care of us and boxed
up our leftovers. Don't you love
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6 I Creslview News Bulletin


DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. YOUTH AWARDS PRESENTED


The Young Men of Tomorrow (YMT) were recently presented with the Dr. Martin Luther King, J,r. Youth
Community Service Award (Group). They were recognizedfor their outstanding service in the schools
and local community..They are under the leadership and guidance of the school district's NCLB
curriculum specialists Elaine Anderson and Dr. Cheryl Seals, along with their coaches, who include the
Rev. Jerry Jones, Jimmy James and Steve Meriweather.


S


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Tiana Larkins was recently
honored and presented with
the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
-Youth Community Service Award
(Individual) for her impressive
service contributions to her
school and local community.
Tiana is a mentor, tutor and
reading buddy for local
elementary students. Tiana
attends Crestview High School.
and is a member of the Minority
Council. ,
PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN


Carrasco


completes basic


Special to the News Bulletin
Air Force Air-
man 1st Class
Adriana V Carras-
co graduated from
basic military
training at Lack-
.land Air Force
Base, San Antonio.
The airman ADR
completed an CAR
intensive, eight-
week program
that included training in
military discipline and
studies, Air Force core


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values; physical fitness,
and basic warfare
principles and skills.
Airmen who com-
plete basic training
earn four credits
toward an associate
in applied science
degree through the
Community College
ANA V. of the Air Force.
RASCO' She is the grand-
daughter of Charles
Christman of
Niceville, and daughter
of Marlen Christman of
Crestview.


Lehman graduates

from Lackland
Special to the News Bulletin values, physical fitness,
and basic warfare prin-
Air Force Air- ciples and skills.
man Colby M. Airmen who com-
Lehman gradu- plete basic training
ated from basic earn four credits
military training at toward an associate
Lackland Air Force in applied science
Base, San Antonio. degree through the
The airman Community College
completed an in- of the Air Force.
tensive, eight-week COLBY He is the son
program that in- LEHMAN of Karen- Lehman
eluded training in of Crestview, and
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Religion


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Crestview News Bulletin I 7


Evaluatingyour life
Eatln ur


The writer of Ecclesi-
astes in Chapter 3, Verse
1 reminds us, "There is
an appointed time for
everything ...".
How long has it been
since you evaluated your
life, past; present and
future? As I write these
words, I-am reminded
how fast my life is pass-
ing by. I will be 67 in May!
Wow! Where have the
years gone? It is the de-
sire of my heart to focus
on living quality rather
than quantity.
What about you? How
old are you? How will
you live your remaining
years? It would be good
for all of us to live and
give our best to the Lord
and our family. This is
probably a good time in
the early part of this year
to identify a few worth-
while things to consider
with our future. Here are
a few things to think on:
Am I really happy,
genuinely fulfilled and
challenged in life?,
In light of eternity,
am I making a consistent
investment for God's
glory and cause?
Can I honestly say I
am in the center of God's
will for my life?
Am I spending suffi-
cient .time with my family
so that they know I love /
and accept them and
care very much about
them?
*' Am I communicat-
ing a proper value sys-
tem, a standard of moral,
purity and definite Chris-
(


tian principles in
my present and
future life that
will also make a
positive differ-
ence in others?
For what are
you asking the
Lord on behalf FROI
of your life and PUI
your family? I Rev Bruo
challenge you
to stop long enough to
think it over. And don't
just think; get alone
and write down'your
thoughts, your dreams,
your aspirations. Refuse
to let tonight's television
programs or some insig-
nificant activity interrupt
this necessary discipline.
If you put it off, you may
lose the urgency you
sense right now. Home is
a lot of things, but mainly
it is the place where life
makes up its mind. Solo-
mon the wise offers solid
counsel: '
"Remember also your
Creator ... before the evil
days come and the years
draw near when you will
say, 'I have no delight in
them' ... Remember Him
before ... the spirit will
return to God who gave
it."
By doing these things
'and following through
with the necessary .
changes that will enable
you to accomplish your
plans, you can get on the
correct path through life.
And best of all, you will
be able to say, "I have not
lived my life in vain." .
Allow this time to


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make a new
beginning with
your life in 2010.
Correct bad
habits and make
your life count
for Jesus Christ.
Be faithful to
M THE God. Do a better
LPIT job of loving the
e Sheffield Lord and your
neighbor, too.
Resist the devil, humble
yourself before God,
pray more, and take
the Bible seriously. Be
a positive and spiritual
witness in your church ,
and across the world. Do
what is right. Take time
to make new friends and
give thanks for present
and longtime friends.
Forgive! Give more. Be
sweet. Because life is
short, eat more, dessert.
Keep a song in your
heart and a twinkle in
your eye. Start a new be-
ginning today!

The Rev. Bruce Shef-
field is Pastor of the First
United Methodist Church
of Crestview, 599 Eighth
Ave. (682-2018). Sunday'
morning worship is at 8
a.m. in the Chapel and 11
a.m. in the Sanctuary for
traditional services and.
at 9:12 am in the Sanctu-
ary for our contempo-
rary service. Sunday
evening service is at 6
p.m. in t(e Sanctuary.
Visit the church Web
site at www.welcome
home2crestview.com or
e-mail office@crestview
fumc.gccoxmail.com.


Please turn in your
church news briefs to the
News Bulletin by 5 p.m.
Tuesday for the Saturday
issue.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
NEW HOPE PASTOR
HONORED: The New
Hope Ministries of Laurel
-Hill church family will
honor the Rev. Willie Earl
Williams Jr. and First Lady
Sonya Williams with an ap-
preciation on Sunday, Feb.
7, at 3 p.m. Guest speaker
is the Rev. Harry Campbell
of New Community Church,
Valdosta, Ga. All are invited
to attend. Dinner will be
served afterward. The
church is at 3828 New Eb-
enezer Road in Laurel Hill.
Details: 652-2588.
BLACK HISTORY'
CELEBRATION: The
Catholic African-American
-Cultural Awareness Group
.of Okaloosa County invites
you and your congregation
to the 29th Liturgical Cel-
ebration Commemorating
Black History Month. The
special liturgy will be cele-
brated Sunday, Feb. 7, at St.
, Mary Catholic Church, 110
St. Mary Ave., Fort Walton
Beach. The Mass will em-
phasize the rich heritage of
African-American culture
in the Catholic Church.
The Eglin Air Force
.Base. Brotherhood Choir
will begin the 2 p.m.
celebration, with the
celebration of Mass start-
ing promptly at 2:25. A
combined choir from the
parishes of St. Joseph and


St. Anthony will provide
music during the Mass. A
reception will follow in the
Monsignor Mullins Parish
Life Center.
AGLOW MEETING:
The Fort Walton Beach
Aglow meeting is Feb. 11
at Marina Bay Resort, 80
Miracle Strip Parkway. The
guest speaker is group
President Barbara Wil-
liams. Coffee and fellow-'
ship begin at 9:30, followed
by the 10 a.m. meeting.
Details: Barbara Williams,
678-1335 or fwbaglow@
yahoo.com. .

EVENTS
AWANA will be held
through May from 6-7:30.
p.m. at Antioch Baptist
Church, 4796 Antioch
Road, Crestview. Children
ages 3 and up through high
school teens are invited.
For details, call 682-4297
from 9 a.m. to noon Mon-
day through Thursday.'
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church is at 424 Garden St.
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Not so fast! Deer seasons not over yet


Crestview News Bulletin I 9


Special to the News Bulletin

Thus far, this deer
season has been pretty
good to me as far as
quantity goes. I shot two
does during doe week,
and I got my season
limit on fall gobblers, but
I have yet to even see
horns, much less harvest
a buck. But I still have
plenty of room left in
my freezer, and I'm not
throwing in the towel
just yet. After all, there
are still lots of hunting
days left in my neck of
the woods, and my game
camera's still taking
pictures of some good
bucks.
So if you're like me, or
if you live in the central
or southern part of the
state and you don't mind
hunting with a primitive
weapon, then point your
pickup truck north,.
because the Northwest
Hunting Zone's deer
season's still going strong
on private lands and
on a lot of the wildlife
management areas
(WMAs).
The second phase
of muzzleloading gun
season runs Feb. 18-
28 in this part of the
Panhandle. This unique,
late season, which occurs
only in the Northwest
Zone, was established to
give hunters the chance


to hunt the rut, which
runs from late January
through ,February in this
part of the state.
A $5 muzzleloading
gun permit is required to
hunt during this season,
where, on private land,
hunters have the choice
of using a muzzleloader,
bow or crossbow.
On WMAs, this
post-season's referred
to as the archery/
muzzleloading gun
season. Hunters can use
bows or muzzleloaders,
but no crossbows
unless they possess'
a Disabled Crossbow,
Permit. Hunters who
choose to hunt with a bow
must have the $5 archery
permit, and those using
a muzzleloader need the
$5 muzzleloading gun
permit.
The most common
game to hunt during
this season are deer and
wild hogs. Only bucks
may be taken (even if
you use a bow), and one
antler must be at least
five inches in length; On
private land, the daily bag
limit is two. Bag limits
and antler size for deer
on WMAs can differ, so
please consult the area
brochure before you hunt.
Wild hogs are not
considered game animals
on private lands, and
because of this, they


Florida

Outdoors

Tony Young
FWC Media Relations Coordinator


can be taken year-round
with no bag or 'size
limits. On most WMAs,
there's also no bag or
size limits, and hogs
are legal to take during
most hunting seasons -
except spring turkey. On -
selected WMAs, specific.
bag and size limits do
apply, so check the area's
brochure to make sure.
During this season,
dogs cannot be used to
hunt deer; however, you
may use a leashed one
to track a wounded deer
if necessary. And it's
important to note that
no turkeys may be taken
. during this season.
Bows and crossbows
must have a minimum
draw weight of 35 pounds,
and hand-held releases
on bows are permitted.
Broadheads used in
taking deer must.have
at least two sharpened
edges with a minimum
width of 7/8 inch.
And during the
muzzleloading gun
season, you may use
only muzzleloaders that


take black powder or
a non-nitro-cellulose
substitute and are
fired by wheel lock,
flintlock or percussion.
cap ignition (including
209 primers). You may-
not use muzzleloaders
that require smokeless
powder or those with
self-contained cartridge
ammunition capabilities.
For hunting deer,
muzzleloaders that fire.
single bullets must be
at least .40-caliber, and
those firing two or more
balls must be 20-gauge or
larger.
Legal shooting hours
.are between a half-hour
before sunrise and a half-
hour after sunset. You're
allowed to take deer
and hogs over feeding
stations on private land,
'but it's illegal to use such
feed on WMAs.
Thirteen of the WMAs
in the Northwest Hunting
Zone have the late
archery/muzzleloading
gun season, and if you
, plan to hunt any of 'em,
you must have the $26


management area permit
as well as your hunting
license. Nine of those
areas don't require a
quota permit during this
period: Apalachicola,
Apalachicola River,
Choctawhatchee
River, Econfina Creek,,
Escambia River, Point
Washington, Tate's Hell,,
-Upper Chipola River and
Yellow River WMAs.
Once you've decided
where to hunt, grab that
area's brochure-from the
local tax collector's office
because dates, bag limits
and rules and regulations
Scan differ greatly for each,
area. For instance, on
Tate's Hell, you may take
only bucks with forked
antlers.
Besides going to a
tax collector's office,
you can get all of the
licenses and permits
you'll need at any retail
outlet that sells hunting
and fishing supplies, by
calling, toll-free, 888-
HUNT-FLORIDA or by
going online at www.
wildlifelicense.com/fl.
To all parents out
there: The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, in
conjunction with the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service,
has established Feb. 6-7
as this year's statewide
Youth Waterfowl Hunting
Days. That weekend is


specifically set up for
children under 16 years
old to hunt waterfowl,
coots and'common
moorhens while being
supervised by an adult
(18 years or older). Just )
,the kids can hunt; adults ,
may only assist.
And because only
children under 16 may
hunt during these two
days, no licenses or
permits are needed,
including federal duck
stamps.
The same bag limits,
apply on ducks, geese,
coots and moorhens
as they do during the
regular seasons, and so
do the other rules and
regulations on waterfowl
hunting.
So, whether you decide
to head to the Northwest
Hunting Zone and
'continue pursuing white-
tailed deer and wild hogs,
or if you'd rather take
your kid duck hunting
during the statewide
Youth Waterfowl Hunting
Days, February's got you
covered:.
Here's hoping your
persistence pays off.
Take a kid hunting. If you
don't have any children,
offer to take someone
else's; be a mentor. As
always, have fun, hunt
safely and ethically,
and we'll see you in the
woods!


I6Tabes6.


Outdoor ANNOUNCEMENTS


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02/15-M 06:53A -0.1L 02:48P 0.3H
04:35P 0.2L 11:54P 0.6H
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1.2H
1.1H Hunter safety course
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0.2L The Florida Fish and
0.1L Wildlife Conservation Com-
0.2L mission is offering a: free
0.2L hunter safety course at Jack-
son Guard Station, 107 State
01.H Road 85 North in Niceville.
1.1H Instruction will be from 6 to
1.2H 9 p.m. Feb. 15-18. The range
1.4H portion of the class will be
1.5H held Feb. 20.
1.5H An adult must accompa-
1.5H ny children who are younger
1.4H than age 16 at all times. Stu-
-0.1L dents should bring a pencil
and paper with them to take
notes.
The state requires suc-
0.1L cessful completion of a
0.0L hunter safety course before
-0.21L anyone born on or after
June 1, 1975, can purchase a
0.8H Florida hunting license. The
0.9H FWC course satisfies hunter
0.9H safety training requirements
1.9H for all other states and Cana-
0.9H dian provinces. '
0.9H1 People interested in at-
0.8H tending this course can reg-
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3676.

Snook harvest
still prohibited
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission reminds anglers
that it closed the harvest
season for snook in Atlantic
waters, which usually begins
on Feb. 1. The FWC issued
an executive order on Jan.
15 that temporarily extends
closed harvest seasons for
snook statewide until Sept
1 to protect populations that
have been affected by the re-
cent prolonged cold weather
in Florida.
The order, which took ef-
fect at 12:01 a.m. on Jan. 16,
provides that no person may
harvest or possess snook
in state and federal waters
off Florida until September.
Anglers may still catch and
release snook during the clo-
sure.
For more information re-
garding the FWC's executive
order for snook, see the Jan.
15 news release at MyFWC.
conm/Newsroom.

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1100 I
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY 'CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is February 6,
2010 -
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Stanl K. L u kei. Es-


Notice is hereby given ....... N..........
Notice is heryiv quire Florida Bar No.
that PPTS 100, LLC, as 0559024 PO. Box 776
holder of the following Crestview, FL 32536
certificate, has filed 2-1190
said certificate for a Tax (850) 621190
Deed, to be issued Personal Representa-
thereon. The certificate tive: Thomas R. Whittle .
number and year of is- 131 Twin Oak Drive
suace, theC name in32536
which the property is
assessed and the de- 02/06/10
scription of the prop- 02/13/10
erty is as follows:;
Certificate # 3061 of
2007, Assessed to:
Charles & Wanda Tay- Legal #100962
lor
Description: SHOAL IN THE CIRCUIT
TERRACE EST BL B COURT OF THE
L30 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Parcel ID#: CUIT .
29-3N-23-2215-000B- IN AND FOR
0300 Opening Bid: OKALOOSA COUNTY,
$47,629.12 FLORIDA
All of said property be- CIVIL ACTION
ing in, the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor- BANK OF AMERICA,
ida. I NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
Unless the certificate is TION,
redeemed according to Plaintiff,
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi- C A S E
cate will be sold to the N 0 ;
highest bidder in the 46-2009-CA-007264
BCC Board Meeting vs
Room at the Okaloosa D I V I -
County Courthouse, SION:
Crestview, Florida ,at
10:00 a.m. on March 9, NANCY ABOOD, et al,
2010. Defendantss.
Dated this 26th day of NOTICE OF ACTION
January, 2010.
DON W. HOWARD TO:
. CLERK F THE CIR- NANCYABOOD
CUIT COURTS LAST- KNOWN AD-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC DRESS: 3 9 1 6
INDIAN TRAIL
1/30/10 / DESTIN, FL 32541
02/06/10/ ,
S02/13/10 CURRENT ADDRESS:
02/20/10 UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
Legal #100960 KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING .BY,
IN TH4E CIRCUIT THROUGH, UNDER,
COURT IN AND FOR AND AGAINST' THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY, HEREIN NAMED INDI-
FLORIDA PROBATE V I D U A L
DIVISION CASE NO: DEFENDANTS) WHO
09CP855 AFIE NOT KNOWN TO


IN RE: The Estate of
SHIRLEY LOUISE
WHITTLE,
deceased

NOTICE TO CREDI-
STORS AND HEIRS

The administration of
the estate of SHIRLEY
LOUISE' WHITTLE, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was May 22,
2009 is pending in the


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BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
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MAY' CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
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;uit Court for YOU ARE NOTIFIED
iloos'a County, Flor- that an action. to fore-
Probate. Division, close a mortgage on
James Lee Blvd., the following property
stview, Florida, in OKALOOSA County,
36. Florida:

name and address LOT 7, BLOCKS A,. IN-
the personal repre- DIAN TRAIL SUBDIVI-
tative and the per- SION PHASE 2, BE-
al representative's ING A PORTION OF
rney are set forth UNSECTIONALIZED
ow. TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 WEST,
creditors of the de- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ent and other per- FLORIDA, ACCORD-
s having claims ING TO THE PLAT
inst the decedent's THEREOF, RE-
ate must file their CORDED IN PLAT
ms with this court BOOK 15, PAGE 81,
'HIN 3 MONTHS OF THE PUBLIC REC-
TER THE DATE OF WORDS OF SAID
E FIRST PUBLICA- COUNTY.
)N OF THIS NO-
E. has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to, serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, -if any, on or
before March 12, 2010,
on Florida Default Law
I. Group, PL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake. Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
l final with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
Otherwise a default will
Sbe entered against you
for the relief demanded
oin the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.

WITNESS my hand and
he n s the seal of this Court
on this 29 day of Janu-
ary, 2010.

Don W. Howard
atyour Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk


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IMPORTANT'

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone


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Legal # 100959
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2010 TD 000001 C


missioners or the
Secretary/Executive Di-
rector as authorized by
the Board and relevant
HUD regulations and
-budget constraints .
Respondents are re-
quired to provide a
Qualification Synopsis
detailing the experi-
ence of the firm and/or
specific individuals in
public' housing author-
ity legal issues. Re-
sponse time to reY
quests for services
- must' be addressed.
Availability to the Crest-
view Housing Authority
in NW Florida is to be
included in any re-
sponse.

Proposals are to be de-
livered in a sealed
packet marked
"Proposals for Legal
Services" by the close
of business on Friday,
February 19, 2010. One
original and five (5)
copies to be provided.
By: Sam Brunson
Executive Director


this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, .Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
'ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N.' Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

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1100 1100 1100 11 1100
number (850) LEGAL#120481 number (850)
689-5000, Extension 1/30/2010 689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro- 2/3/2010 IN THE CIRCUIT 7497, prior to the pro- t
ceeding. or Shalimar 2/6/2010 COURT OF THE ceeding, or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 2/10/2010 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- (850) 651-7497
2/13/2010 CUIT | &iW
IMPORTANT 2/17/2010 IN AND FOR IMPORTANT 2100- Pets
OKALOOSA COUNTY, In accordance with the 2110 Pet,: Free to
In accordance with the FLORIDA Americans with Disabil- Good Home
Americans with Disabil- LEGAL#120480 CML ACTION CASE cities Act, persons with 2120 Pet Supplies
cities Act, persons with NO:462010CA000138 disabilities needing 2130- Farm Animals/
disabilities needing IN THE CIRCUIT special accommoda- 214 -Suppliesock
.special accommoda- COURT OF THE GMAC MORTGAGE, tion to participate in 2140WanPets/Livesock
tion to participate in FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- LLC, this proceeding should 2150 Pelt Memorials
this proceeding should CUIT Plaintiff, contact Court Adminis-
contact Court Adminis- IN AND FOR tration at 1250 N. Eglin
tration at 1250 N. Eglin OKALOOSA COUNTY, vs. Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
Parkway, Shalimar, .FL, FLORIDA 32579; .telephone num- I 2100
32579; telephone num- CIVIL ACTION CASE THE UNKNOWN ber (850) 651-7497,
ber (850) 651-7497, NO:462010CA000122 HEIRS, DEVISEES, priorto the proceeding.
prior to the proceeding. FILE NO:F09073785 GRANTEES, ASSIGN- .
02/06/10 EES, LIENORS, CREDI- 2/6/2010 Chihuahua puppies,
02/13/10 .WELLS FARGO BANK, TORS, TRUSTEES, OR 2/13/2010 ready March 7th. Ask-
N_____ _A, OTHER CLAIMANTS Ing $500 taking depos-.
Legal #100961 plaintiff, CLAIMING BY, LEGAL#120477 its now 305-9502
Legal #100961 THROUGH, UNDER,,
vs. OR AGAINST, CARRIE IN THE CIRCUIT '
IN THE CIRCUIT L. HOYT A/KIA CARRIE COURT IN AND FOR .'
COURT IN AND FOR THE UNKNOWN. LEA .- HOYT, DE- OKALOOSA COUNTY', /-
OKA OOSA COUNTY HEIR S, DE VISEES, CEASED, et at, FLORIDA PROBATE
FLORIDA PROBATE GRANTEES, ASSIGN- Defendantss). DIVISION CASE
DIVISION CASE NO: EES, .LIENORS, CREDI- NO:09CP00118
09CP702 TORS, TRUSTEES, OR NOTICE OF ACTION -
SOTHER CLAIMANTS "
IN REheEstate of CLAIMING BY, TO:; IN RE: The Estate of F M.SE
PAMELA SUE BATES, THROUGH.,UNDER, THE UNKNOWN 'STEPHEN L.-KALCH,
deceased OR AGAINST FRED HEIRS, DEVISEES, deceased 3100- Antiques..
: ABBOTT, DECEASED GRANTEES, ASSIGN- rt, .. &1p Cranes
at. al, EES, LIENORS, CREDI-' 3120'- Au i s
NOTICE TO CREDI- Defendantss, TORS, TRUSTEES, NOTICE TO : CREDI- .3140.-Baby'Items .-
TORS AND HEIRS .. OR OTHER*. CLAIM- "TORS AND HEIRS 3150 Building Supplies
S "NOTICE'OF ACTION- ANTS CLAIMING BY, 310- Business ,.
The administration of THROUGH, UNDER, The administration of Equipment
the estate of PAMELA TO: OR AGAINST, CARRIE the estate of STEPEN 3170 Collectibles
SUE BATES,'Ido- TO: OR AGAINST, CARRIE the .estate of STEPHEN 3180 Computers
SUE, BATES, de- THE UNKNOWN, L. HOYT' L., KALCH, deceased, 3190 Ele ronl
ceased, whose date of HEIRS,DEVISEES', A/KIA CARRIE .--LEA 'whose date of death 3200-Firewood
death was February 14, GRANTEES, ASSIGN- HOYT, DECEASED : was May 21, .2008 Is 3210 Free Pass It On
2009, is pending in the EES LIENORS CREDI- : pending in the Circut 3220 Furniture
Circuit Court. for. TOR TRUSTEES, LAST KNOWN AD- Court for "ra[oosa 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
Okaloosa County, Flor- OR OTHER CLAIM- DRESS: U -,; '-County,- Florida,, Pro- 3250 Good Things 10 Eal
Ida, Probate; Division, ANTS CLAIMING. BY, KNOWN .' bate: .Divisio, 101 3260 Health & FItness
101 Tames Lee Blvd., THROUGHUNDER, .' James *. "Lee ''.Blvd.,' 3270-Jewelry/Clothming
Crestview,. Florida, OR AGAINST FRED CURRENT ADDRESS:.' Crestview, 0lorida, 3280 Machinery/
32536. ABBOTT,I UNKNOWN .,' 32536. .: : Equipment
DECEASED" 3 '- .. 3 -Medical Equipment
The names and. ad- ANY AND ALL. The 6 names ano,. ad- 3310,- Musicall ents
dress of the personal LAST KNOWN AD-, UNKNOWN PARTIES, dress of the personal 3320 -'Plants & Shrubs/
representative and the DRESS; U N CLAIMING BY representative and the, Supplies
p e r s o n .a. I KNOWN THROUGH, UNDER, p' e r s o n a I 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
representative's attor- AND AGAINST THE representative's attor- 3340 Sporting Goodse
ney are set forth below. CURRENT ADDRESS: HEREIN NAMED INDI- ney are set forth below. 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
All creditors of the d- UNKNOWN V I D U A L .
All creditors of the de- DEFENDANT(S) WHO All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per- ANY AND ALL ARE NOT KNOWN TO cedent and other per- 3220
sons having claims UNKNOWN PARTIES BE DEAD OR ALIUVE, sons having claims Brand Name Kg Pillow-
against the decedent's CLAIMING BY, WHETHER SAID UN- against the decedent's top Mattress & Box, in
estate must file their THROUGH, UNDER, KNOWN PARTIES MAY estate must file their plastic $240. Deliv
claims with this Court AND AGAINST THE CLAIM AN INTEREST claims with this court Avail. (850)255-3050
WITHIN 3 MONTHS HEREIN NAMED, INDI- AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF V I D U A L DEVISEES, AFTER THE DATE OF Full size Mattress set,
THE FIRST PUBLICA- DEFENDANTS) WHO GRANTEES, OR THE FIRST PUBLICA- in Mfr plastic. Includes
TION .-OF THIS NO- ARE NOT KNOWN TO OTHER CLAIMANTS TION' OF THIS NO- box and warranty. Only
TICE.. BE DEAD OR ALIVE, 'ICE. $135.,850-471-0330
ALLNOT WHETHER SAID UN-LAST' KNOWN AD- Mattress QueenBrand
ALL CLAIMS KNOWN PARTIES MAY DRESS: U N ALL, ; CLAIMS NOT Mattress Pllowtop, w/Brand
FILED' WITHIN. THE CLAIM AN 'INTEREST KNOWN FILED WITHIN THE fd on ,
TIME PERIODS SET AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,. TIME PERIODS SEToudatrron. New1-0330, $185.
FORTH IN SECTION DEVISEE -' CURRENT ADDRESS: FORTH IN SECTION Warranty. 4710330
733.702 OF "TlE GRANTEES, OR UNKNOWN : 733.702 OF THE FLOR- Sofa/Loveseat Leather
FLORIDA BILL B OR THEIR CLAIMANTS A IDA PROBATE. CODE new in crate, sacrifice
CODEVER BARRED. FOR-- YOU ARE NOTIFIED WILL BE FOREVER $785 retail $1899 .Can
E.VLER BARRED. _AST KNOWN AD-- that an action to fore- BARRED.' split. (850)471-0330
IT ANDING DRESS:U. N' close- a mortgage on'
N TWITMHS TA DS KNOWN the following property. NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS -in, OKALOOSA County, TITE TIME PERIODS
SFORH AB CURRENT ADDRESS: ..lorida: SET, FORTH ABOVE, 3290n
ANY CLAIM'., FILEDUNKNOWN THE EAST-5 FEET. OF ANY' CLAIM FILED
TWO (2). YEARS OR LOT 6 AND THE WEST TWO (2) YEARS OR Bath tub, Walk In as
MORE AFTER THE YOU ARE NOTIFIED 9 FEET OF LOT 5, MORE -2AFTER THE boxn etted, paid
-DECEDENS. DATE that. an *action' to fbre-' BLOCK B, PINE MEAD- DEEDENT'S DATE OF $ sac $35 0
rOF DEATH IS close a mortgage on OWS ADDITION NUM- DEATH IS BARRED. Su0, Dealc if Caned$
-BARRED. the following property BER 3, PHASE 2, AC-. I .S 0-3na"....o
dt e 'oft. th f in QKALOQSA County, CORDING TO THE The date of the first liver 240-3273
The date of he first Florida: PLAT THEREOF AS' publication of this No-
publication of this No- LOT 9, BLOCK A, RECORDED IN PLAT -tlce'. io February 6,
twice isFebruary 6, WOODLAND PARK ES-. BOOK 7, PAGE 43; OF 2010.
2010 STATES, ACCORDING THE PUBLIC REC-
Attorneyfor Personal TO THE PLAT ORDS OF OKALOOSA Attorney for Personal
Attorney for Personal THEREOF AS RE- COUNTYFLORIDA. Representative:
Representative: Stanley CORDED IN PLAT Stanley K. Luke, Es-
K. Luke, Esquire Flor- BOOK 10, AT PAGE 28, has been filed against quire Florida Bar No.
Ida Bar No. 0559024 OF THE, PUBLIC REC- 'you and you are re- 0559024 RP. Box 776 OYE
RO. Box 776 e ORDS OF OKALOOSA quired to serve a Copy Crestview, FL 32536
Crestview, FL 32536 COUNTY, FLORIDA. of your written de- (850) 682-1190 .. 410 Help Wanted
{850) 682-1190 has been filed against senses, if any, on or be- 4130 Employment
you -and you are re- fore 3-5-10, on Florida Personal Representa- Information
se quired to serve a copy Default Law Group,. five: Chei Kalch
tive: Mark Lee Bates of your written, de- .PL., Plaintiffs attorney, 6110 Magnolia Lane
702 CranfordSt. fenses, if any, on or be- whose address is 9119 Crestview, FL 32536 4100
Sulphur Springs,. TX fore March 8, 2010, on Corporate -Lake Drive,
75482 Florida Default Law Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- 2/6/2010 Certified
02/06/10 Group, P.L., Plaintiffs ida 33634, and file the 2/13/2010 Lifeguard
02/10/10 attorney, whose ad- original with this Court Needed $9.00 per hr,
dress is 9119 Corpo- either before service on LEGAL#120482 20 hrs per week. @
rate Lake Drive, Suite Plaintiffs attorney or im- Krul Rec. area, Munson
LEGAL#120476 300, Tampa, Florida mediately thereafter; Notice Under Ficti- Call 957-6140 ext 101
33634, and file the odg- otherwise a default will tous Name Law Pur-
Invitation for inal with this Court el- be entered against you suant to Section ,A .
Professional Legal their. before service on for the relief demanded 865.09, Florida Stat- '
Services Proposal Plaintiffs attorney or im-. in the Complaint or pe-- utes
mediately thereafter; tition. Logistics/Transport
The Crestview Housing otherwise a default will This notice shall be NOTICE IS HEREBY
Authority is soliciting be entered against you published once each GIVEN that the under- Driver
proposals for Legal for the relief demanded week fo two consecu- sig ed, desiring to en- Full Time opening for
Services to be provided in the Complaint or pe- tive weeks in the Crest- gage in business un D le. r
to the Board of Comn- tuition. view News Bulletin, the fictitious name of Driver, includes. trans-
missioners and Execu- This notice shall be WITNESS my hand and 'The Gold Gal located porting to & from the
tive Director on legal published once each the seal of this Court at. 4763 Coronado Cr ir port Fair compensa-
'and residential matters, week, for two consecu- on this 23 day of Janu- cle, in the County of tion, No charges to1
matters associated with tive weeks in the Crest- ary, 2010. Okaloosa, in the City of driver for runs on Sun-
the Board and the man- view News Bulletin. Crestview, Florida day. Call 240-0662
agement functions re- WITNESS my hand and Don W. Howard 32539 intends to regis- Web id 34077793
quired of the Executive the, seal of this Court Clerk of the Court ter the said name with Medical/Hearth
Director and staff.. Le- -on this 25 day of Janu- the Division of Corpo-
gal advice and repre- ary 10,2010. By:Beth McDonald rations of the Florida Medical Office
sentation is required on Deputy Clerk Department of State, eical ice
contracts, proposed Don W. Howard Tallahassee, Florida. Specialist
policies, federal, ,state Clerk of the Court Florida Default Law Dated at. Crestview, Crestview, need
and local laws and reg- Group, P.L. P.O. Box Florida this 3rd day of friendly outgoing per-
ulations concerning By:Tiffany Gardner 25018 Tampa, Florida February, 2010. son for busy multi doc-
housing services and As Deputy Clerk 33622-5018 Gayla L. Coppler tor practice. Must have
employment matters, medical office exp. Ex-
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News

& NOTES,

SCHEDULE
Today
High school girls
basketball
District 1-1 A finals,
teams TBD, at Laurel Hill,
7 p.m.
District 1-2A finals,
teams TBD at Ponce de
Leon, 7 p.m.
District 2-5A finals,
winner Crestview/Mosley
vs. winner Niceville/Fort
Walton Beach, at Crest-
view, 7 p.m.
High school softball
Baker vs. Franklin
County at Panama City
preseason tournament,
11 d.m.
Tuesday
High school boys.
basketball
District 1-1A tournament
at Laurel Hill, Laurel Hill
vs. Rocky Bayou Chris-
tian, 7:30 p.m.
High school softball
Milton at Crestview, JV
4 p.m./V 6 p.m.
Thursday
High school softball
Crestview at Escambia,
JV 5 p.m./V 7 p.m.
Friday
Boys high school
basketball
District 1-1 A tournament
at Laurel Hill, winner
Escambia Charter/Poplar
Springs vs. winner Rocky
Bayou/Laurel Hill, 7:30
p.m .. .
District 1-2A tournament
at Freeport, Baker vs. win-
ner Ponce de Leon/Jay,
6 p.m.
District 2-5A tournament
at Niceville, ,Crestview vs.
Fort Walton Beach,
6p.m.

BRIEFS
Lady Gators
down PCA
The Baker girls basket-
ball team opened the Dis-
trict 1-2A tournament with
a resounding 64-22 win.
over Pensacola Christian
Academy. Eleven Gators
scored, with Cassidy An-
derson leading the way
with 18 points.
The win moved Baker
into the tournament semi-
finals, where the Gators
played Jay on Friday.
The tournament champi-
onship game is scheduled
for 7 p.m. tonight at
Ponce de Leon.
Traveling Eagles
The Traveling Eagles
Spring 2010 Registration
is now open for baseball
players who are league
ages 8-14, at www.trav
elingeagles.com. The Ea-
gles are the premier travel
ball program in the area
dedicated to the develop-
ment of youths as more
than just the best baseball
players. The Traveling
Eagles have arranged
for the strongest coach-
ing lineup in the area
consisting of former MLB
players, former 'college
coaches and high school
coaches. The Eagles won
18 tournament champion-
ships during 2009. There
is no registration or tryout
fee. Call Mike Wells at
897-2293 for details.
Heavy Hitters
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U
baseball team is looking
for scrimmage games. If
interested, call Melvin at
850-902-6237 or Greg
at 850-496-9235.
Crestview YMCA
The Crestview YMCA
needs coaches and refer-
ees for youth basketball
leagues for children ages
2-14. Registration for
the leagues continues
through March 10. For
more information, contact
the YMCA or call Glenn
Scott or Adora James at
689-2999.


FROM BULLDOG TO TROJAN


Photos by RANDY DICKSON ICrestviewNewsBulletin
Chris-Pickett'celebrates signing day by autographing the shirt of his nephew) Landon Wright/,as
his sister, Bridgett Wright, looks on.




Pickett excited about Troy
1c. *e .a '


Football player calls choice
'a pretty easy decision' *

Randy Dickson
*randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
CRESTVIEW- Chris Pickett
made it official Wednesday: He's
going to play football at Troy.
Pickett, a Daily News All-Area
player, chose the Trojans over
Southern Mississippi.
Actually, it wasn't much of a
choice.
"I kind of considered South-
ern Miss, but Troy, with the peo-
ple there, the coaches and the
closeness to being here (back
home to Crestview) made it a
pretty easy decision for me," he
said. "I've been watching their
program, and they've been win-
ning the Sunbelt (conference)
almost every year for the last
Sfew years.
"Before a few years ago, you ,
wouldn't see Troy on TV or any-
thing like that, but they are get-
ting more recognition now, and I
like that."f
The 5-foot-ll, 185-piound
Pickett piled up more than 1,800
yards in total offense and scored
127 points for the Bulldogs, but
he'll be playing cornerback for
the Trojans.
Pickett admitted be enjoyed
being the go-to guy.on offense,
but he knows he'll still have op-
portunity to show his bill skills
at Troy.
I'm going to miss playing of-
fense," he said. "I want that ball
inmy hands, but I've played cor-
ner before.
"I know if I get that opportuni-
ty, I'm going to be able to get that
ball in my hands through picks


Chris Pickett chats with Crestview football coach Matt Br6nson
and some of his teammates before his signing day ceremony.
(interceptions). And I know they" (turning a time of 4.48 in the 40-
are going to let me return kicks' yard dash), and he's an instinc-
and punts, so that's going to be tive football player," Brunson
a big deal. But I'm going to miss said. "He made a lot of plays of-
having that ball in my hands as fensively and defensively for us.
much as I did when I was in high "With his speed, coach Rowell
school." and those guys will do a great job
Pickett was recruited to the of coaching up."
Trojans by former Crestview Brunson said anytime he has
quarterback Jeremy Rowell. It a player sign scholarship papers
didn't take long for Rowell and is a special day, but it might be
Pickett to click. a little extra special that Pickett
"Coach Rowell is real cool," signed with Troy.
Pickett said. "I ain't known him "It's a great day anytime you
that long, but it's like I've known have a young man sign with a
him since I was a freshman. It's Division I college, and definitely
like I know him like I know my so with it being my alma mater,
coaches here I've been around Troy," he said. "It's a special
four years. place, and with its close proxim-
"He's defensive coordinator ity to Crestview, we will be able
and DB coach, and I'm going to to go up and watch him play.
be playing DB up there." "And hopefully we will get
Crestview coach Matt to watch those guys play on
Brunson, a Troy alumnus, be- TV I think the Troy program is
lives Pickett has everything a definitely on the rise. And I think
coach could look for in a defen- Chris having an opportunity to
sive back. play there is a big positive for
"Chris possesses great speed their football program."


Pensacola


Christian team


to beat in 1-2A


tournament

Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
BAKER Mike Martello knows
his Baker basketball team will lit-
erally have a tall order if the Ga-
tors are to win the District 1-2A
tournament that opens at Free-
port on Tuesday.
No. 1 district seed Pensacola
Christian is the team posing that
problem, with a lineup that has the
kind of size one would expect to
find in college rather than in Class
2A basketball.
"They are giants," Gator coach
Mike Martello said. They have a 6-
foot-8 (player), a 6-7 and a 6-6 guy,
and that's in the backcourt.
"The (Matt) Goetsch kid is the
smallest (of the three), and he's
their No. 1 scorer. Their height just
represents all kinds of problems.
for us." ;
If the Gators and Warriors meet
in the tournament, it won't be until
the championship game, as Baker
is the No. 2 seed behind Pensacola
Christian.
Like the Warriors, the Gators
have'a first-round bye and won't
play until the semifinals Friday.
Jay is the three seed in the tour-
nament, the host Bulldogs are the
No. 4 seed, Northview is the five
seed and Ponce de Leon is the six
seed. ,
In the first round of the tourna-
ment, Jay and Ponce de Leon will
face each other, with the winner
advancing to face the Gators. Pen-
sacola- Christian will play the win-
ner of the Freeport game.
Martello saw plenty of things
the Gators neededto work.on in
Tuesday's 75-70 come-from-behind
win over Laurel Hill.
"We can't give up easy layups,
and we can't give up second-chance
shots," he said. "Jay is a team that,
if we play like we did tonight, .they
are capable of beating us."
Martello stressed the impor-
tance of playing good defense in
the tournament if the Gators are to
have a shot at upsetting Pensacola
Christian.
"We are going to work on de-
fense, defense, defense," he said.
Justyn Lewis-Washington and
Chad Donley are expected to
spearhead that defense and will be
the players who will guard Goetsch
if Baker meets Pensacola Christian
in the championship game.
With a spot in the state playoffs
on the line, Martello will look to the
veterans on the team to carry the
load.
"Our seniors are going to have
to step up," he said. "Colton Henry
and Colten Jernigan, both of those
guys (will need to score more).
"I feel like teams are going to
try and stop our main two (scor-
ers) in Jarrod (Batson) and Chad.
Somebody else is going to have to
step up and fill that hole."


Hoboes gun for another playoffberth


Randy Dickson:
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
LAUREL HILL There's no ques-
tion which team everyone else will
be chasing when the boys District
1-1A basketball tournament- opens
at Laurel Hill on Tuesday. :
Paxton cruised through district
play with a perfect 12-0 record, and
the Bobcats are the team to beat.
"They are No. 1, and they will
stay No. 1 until someone knocks
them off," Hobo coach Kent Zessin
said. "They are talented, and Jeff
(Bradley, the Paxton coach) has
done a real job with them. They are
well-rounded, and they have sev-
eral weapons.
"At a 1A level, they are very
tough to compete with."
That doesn't mean Zessin
thinks the Bobcats are unbeatable,
and he hopes his Hobo squad, the
No. 2 seed in the tournament, can
make it to the championship game
against Paxton.
"You try to hope to get in that po-
sition try and beat them this year,"


he said. "Hopefully they will make
it (to the championship game) and
we will have a shot at it. In a district
tournament, anything can happen.
"I've been on both sides of it. I've
been there when we were the No. 1
team in the state and got knocked
off by Paxton, and I've also made
it to the final four. I know you can't
take it for granted, because at any
time anybody can beat anybody
else.
"That's our main goal is to make
it to the state tournament again."
Laurel Hill opens tournament
play in the seven-team tournament
against No. 7 seed Rocky Bayou
Christian at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Rounding out the tournament
field are No. 3 seed Escambia Char-
ter, No. 4 seed Bethlehem, No. 5
seed Central, and Poplar Springs,
the sixth seed.
Bethlehem and Central play in
the tournament opener. Tuesday
at 4:30 p.m. Escambia Charter and
Poplar Springs follow at 6 p.m., with
the Hoboes and Knights playing in
the nightcap.


lH ajnN l l N .IALeViCW i NWS DUIICILII
Laurel Hill's Issaic Williams goes
to the basket guarded by Colton
Henry of Baker. Williams led the
Hoboes' scoring with 22 points
as Laurel Hill fell to the Gators.
The Hoboes and Escambia Char-
ter actually finished in a second-
place tie in the district, and Laurel
Hill got the two seed via a coin toss.


If Escambia Charter and Laurel
Hill win their games Tuesday, the
teams will meet in the tournament
semifinals at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Pakton, which had the only tour-
nament bye, will face the winner
of the Bethlehem-Central game at
6 p.m. Friday.
The championship game is
scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday.
Zessin likes the way the Hoboes
are playing as they head into the
tournament. And he thinks that sits
well as Laurel Hill shoots for the
state playoffs.
"Every coach wants to be peak-
ing at this time, and I feel'like we
are," he-said. "I think we are playing
our best ball, and I like some things
we are doing. We have stepped up
our intensity a bunch, and the kids
are having a good time, but they are
awful hungry
"They want to make the state
playoffs, and we've started talking
about that. We know what we have
to do (make the playoffs). We are
going to take it one game at a time
and try to get there."


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