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Times-News (Newspaper) - February 27, 2009, Twin Falls, Idaho Left play another Bruins force second game with Bobcats in battle for top state NIGHT TO REMEMBER Magic Valley Symphony concert to feature guest ENTERTAINMENT 1 FRIDAY 27f 2009 75 GENTS Bank files complaint against Lathams Sheriff seizes dozens of vehicles from former car dealer Andrei writer National Association has filed a million complaint against the owners of a closed Twin Falls auto along with two of its general managers and a local finance In court the bank alleges Robert Latham and Robert Latham violated bank credit agreements by wholesaling failing to pay the bank called selling out of denying the bank the ability to inspect the and violating limits on how many older used cars they could Acting on behalf of the the Twin Falls County Sheriffs Office began seizing vehicles that had been on the Latham retrieving about 30 vehicles as of said Sheriffs Office spokeswoman Lori The Lathams were making arrangements Thursday to turn over another 31 she The Lathams operated Latham Motors in downtown Twin which closed in and Hertz of the Magic which opened in 2000 under the franchise name RLS It specialized in selling and closed earlier this The Lathams also operate Lathams Auto Super Store in Attempts to reach that dealer ship were unsuccessful and the telephone there appeared to have been Scott Reaves and Tracy Frank were general managers and Reaves is the regis tered agent of 1800Finance in Twin They are named as defendants in the which says some or all of the vehicles have been seen at 195 Addison the office of 1800Finance according to court On information and the personal property collateral has been wrongfully transferred to is being wrongfully detained by 1800Finance or other related according to the court As of the defendants owed more than mil including principal and inter est that continues to according to court See Main 2 FOR CASH hip a at Pan reacts as secretary Tan Mabey passes en a ticket tkat to scratch Thursday afternoon a contest ta area schools competed for money by lotto Area educators play lottery in bid to raise money writer For Teresa scratching dozens of lottery tickets became part of her job on a paraprofessional at Paul Elementary was at the Idaho annual Scratch for Schools fundraiser on Thursday at the College of Southern The event provided educators from about two dozen schools throughout the Magic Valley with an opportunity to scratch lottery tickets to raise money for their The goal was simple scratch as many of the 300 provided lottery tickets as possible within five with the winning tickets providing the prize The five finalists advanced to another gaining another 300 tickets and the chance to win The winner of the second round received yet another batch of 300 tick WATCH Video of the ets 900 total The second place finisher received a third batch of 150 tickets 750 in The educators didnt need to be math teachers to know that winning the first round meant more tickets and better odds of winning more lottery Dont scratch until I tell said David a spokesman for the Idaho A scratching frenzy began as the school employees worked in teams of two scratchers and a third person feed ing out the Workman counted down the Ninety he After the first Corrs team scratched 99 It made your arms she I was just so Twenty tickets were because they werent scratched all the I thought wed be able to do more than said a librari an at Paul Elementary Participants said the competition was Its very said Debbie a teacher at Murtaugh Elementary Your fingers and thumb feel like theyre going to fall Its just Castleford High School finished first in both with 107 tickets the first The second the team did even with 120 And how did they win Scratch like said Roger an agriculture teacher at Castleford High Ben Botkin may be reached at 208 7353238 or Somali militant group triggers terror concerns Officials may spawn suicide bombers in writer WASHINGTON As peo ple crowded into the capital for Barack inaugural senior officials huddled in the White House situation frantically trying to unravel intelligence about a possible attack on Washing By Tuesday as Obama took the oath of the threat of a terror plot by the al organization had been but the flurry of activity underscored grow ing worries about this Islamic militant I think they are a serious and I dont think that we should be glib and take it said Theresa deputy assistant sec of Defense for African Are they the ones that are going to plan the next major terrorist attack in the United States and carry it out Probably But could they provide some of the foot sol diers for it The State Department con siders a terrorist organization with links to al something the group See Main 2 Naranjo sentenced to 13 to 21 years for Gonzalez murder By Andrea Jackson writer The man authorities say shot and killed Vicente Gonzalez almost two years ago in Twin Falls was sent to prison on Thursday for 13 to 21 James Naranjo pleaded guilty to after he was origi nally charged with murder in the first The sen tence was in accordance with his agreement with Police say who was 29 at the time of his murder was shot multiple times at his home at 434 Fourth after a May altercation at the Hover Klub in Twin Three other men were charged and convicted of accessory to murder in the Reyes got five years while Ben and Eric were sent to prison for two to five Ben Duran was put into a James appears in court Thursday afternoon in Twin vehicle by Gonzalez after getting beat up by and then he decided to attack Gonzalez with his said Twin Falls County Prosecutor Grant See Main 2 State police arrest Burley man for drug trafficking investigation nets 15 pounds of pot By writer BURLEY Marijuana doesnt last long in Cassia Robert of was arrested for drug trafficking Wednesday following an investigation that involved the Postal Idaho State Cassia County Sheriffs Office and the Drug Task Force com prised of officers from Cassia and Minidoka coun and According to an ISP press the operation on 16th Street in Burley result ed in the seizure of 15 pounds of highgrade mari with an estimated street value of ISP Captain Kedrick the officer in charge of the was able for comment Cassia County Sheriff INSIDE Blaine County conducts drug arrests See Main 3 Randy Kidd talked about the bust because the investigation was conduct ed by ISR he couldnt com ment on the specific events that led to the This is actually the third pack age of a sig n if i c a n t quantity of marijuana that ISP or us has intercepted through some kind of parcel delivery system in the past couple of he Kidd emphasized the importance of interagency This case is a prime example of how law enforcement agencies whether federal or local work together and in support of each other to enforce the laws of he 9 Crossword S 2 9 9 9 2 HOUSING WOES HIT BOTTOM IN VALLEY Sales of existing homes rise Business 1
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