The minor was turned over to the Panay municipal police station’s Womenand Children Protection desk, while Arcangeles was detained in the custodialfacility of the police station. Aside from suspected shabu, a P500 marked money and cash amounting toP150 were also seized from the suspects. The 21-year-old Kenn Joy Angeles and a 17-year-old minor – bothresidents of Roxas City, Capiz – yielded the suspected illegal drugs, policesaid. ROXAS City – Nine sachets of suspected shabu were seized in a buy-bustoperation in Barangay Tanza Sur, Panay, Capiz. Kenn Joy Angeles and a 17-year-old minor sits while antidrug officers inspect items seized from them. They were nabbed in an entrapment operation in arangay Tanza Sur, Panay, Capiz on Feb. 20. Personnel of the Capiz Provincial Drug Enforcement Unit and the Panaymunicipal police station staged the entrapment operation on Feb. 20. “Gin monitor naton ang ila nga movement antes gin kasa ang operation saila,” Police Captain Marvin Balmes, Panay Chief of Police told Panay News. Charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the comprehensiveDangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed against them./PN
Jesse Dennis held off all challengers and maneuvered through lapped traffic in winning the IMCA Modified feature at Stuart Speedway’s Ron Little Memorial. (Photo by Jim Zimmerline)By Josh ReynoldsSTUART, Iowa (Sept. 22) – Lapped traffic was almost a factor in the final laps, but Jesse Dennis picked up the IMCA Modified win and $1,500 payday at Stuart Speedway’s Ron Little Memorial.Dennis had taken the lead early in Saturday’s 30-lap race with Red Monson and then Cody Laney in the second spot. Laney made a charge and got up alongside Dennis a few times but couldn’t quite get the pass completed.A couple cautions slowed the field, but each time it was Dennis, Laney and Monson at the front.At the checkered flag it was Dennis picking up the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot-qualifying win. Laney finished second with Monson third, Richie Gustin fourth and Kelly Shryock fifth.One hundred and eighteen cars overflowed the pits for the 20th annual event.Sixth-starting Mike Nichols charged into the lead on lap two and drove to a convincing IMCA Sunoco Stock Car win ahead of Bryan Snell and Brandon Pruitt.Eric Stanton led start to finish in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature. John Watson and Nick Foster completed the top three.Post-race disqualification of the apparent winner promoted Dusty Masolini to the top spot in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod main.Devin Jones prevailed over a big field of Mach-1 Sport Compacts after working his way up front from outside row four. Second was Curtis Miller and Denny Berghahn was third.Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Jesse Dennis; 2. Cody Laney; 3. Red Monson; 4. Richie Gustin; 5. Kelly Shryock; 6. Josh Gilman; 7. Jimmy Gustin; 8. Jeff James; 9. Jason Murray; 10. Chad Andersen; 11. Matthew Meinecke; 12. Josh Foster; 13. Russ Dickerson; 14. Taylor Musselman; 15. Randy Foote; 16. Alison Davidson; 17. Scott Bash; 18. Josh Cooper; 19. Tony Hilgenberg; 20. Ethan Dotson; 21. Todd Van Eaton; 22. Jacob Murray; 23. Nick Roberts; 24. Dylan Book.Stock Cars – 1. Mike Nichols; 2. Bryan Snell; 3. Brandon Pruitt; 4. Jay Schmidt; 5. Brian Blessington; 6. Todd Van Eaton; 7. Chris Pruitt; 8. Donavon Smith; 9. Jeremy Gettler; 10. Brock badger; 11. Adam Klocke; 12. Michael Murphy; 13. Justin Coon; 14. Steve Roberts; 15. Johnathan Kinser; 16. Chad LeGere; 17. James Carroll; 18. Larry Robinson Jr.; 19. Tony Hardisty; 20. Larry Robinson Jr.; 21. Michael Bilyeu; 22. Mark Menard; 23. Ty Hill; 24. Josh Daniels; 25. Dillon Carlisle.Hobby Stocks – 1. Eric Stanton; 2. John Watson; 3. Nick Foster; 4. Aaron Rudolph; 5. Adam Ayers; 6. Korbin Nourse; 7. Jeremy Purdy; 8. Jamie Songer; 9. Matt Tiernan; 10. Bob Daniels; 11. Chris Bates; 12. Rick Reiter; 13. Jerry Richards; 14. Tommy Beekman; 15. Gregg Anderson; 16. Jack Phillips; 17. Cody Cleghorn; 18. Tommy Killen Jr.; 19. Matthew Wahl.Northern SportMods – 1. Dusty Masolini; 2. Chase Rudolf; 3. Austin Luellen; 4. Garrett Nelson; 5. Cody Olsen; 6. Jerod Weston; 7. Ethan Braaksma; 8. Matt Webb; 9. Jake Sachau; 10. Johnathon Logue; 11. Aaron Mitchell; 12. Ryan King; 13. Hunter Longnecker; 14. Robert Moore; 15. Mitchell Morris; 16. Chance Titus; 17. Jason Beckman; 18. Tommy Hensley; 19. Dustin Lynch.Sport Compacts – 1. Devin Jones; 2. Curtis Miller; 3. Denny Berghahn; 4. John Gill; 5. Luke Benischek; 6. Cody Vandusen; 7. Dustin Grout; 8. Ashley Reuman; 9. Hunter Patrick; 10. Zak Sickles; 11. B.J. Charlson; 12. Zander Steiner; 13. Curtis Masterson; 14. Riley Paysen; 15. Austin Reuman; 16. David Kimmel; 17. Kolby Sabin; 18. Joseph Mastin; 19. Dean Richards; 20. Bruce Hower; 21. Cody Pierce; 22. Terry Hurley; 23. Cody Cleghorn; 24. Mitchell Bunch; 25. Spencer Roggentien; 26. Jake Benischek.
Woodrow Smith, age 79 of New Trenton, Indiana passed away Friday, April 26, 2019 in Harrison, Ohio. Born in Ogle Creek, Kentucky the son of Rev. Gayle and Hazel (Swafford) Smith.Woodrow married Nadine Broughton on December 24, 1960 in Barbourville, Kentucky. Worked as a Union carpenter for many years. Member of Smyrna Baptist Church New Trenton, Indiana.Woodrow is survived by his wife Nadine Smith of New Trenton, Indiana. Father of Sondra Smith, Danny Smith and Darrell Smith. Papaw of Stephanie, Devon, Garrett, Cameron, Morgan and Courtney. Great grandpa of Lillie, Colt and Brielle. Brother of Cloyd and Ruby Smith.Preceded in death by his parents Rev. Gayle and Hazel Smith, siblings RJ, Ethel, Honour and Chelsea Smith.Visitation will be held Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030. Funeral Services will be Thursday, May 2, 2019 11:00 A.M. at Smyrna Baptist Church 4047 US 52 West Harrison, Indiana 47060 with Pastor Chuck McMahan and Pastor Shawn Crisman officiating. Burial will follow at Glen Haven Cemetery Harrison, Ohio.Memorials may be directed to American Heart Association and or Smyrna Baptist Church.