Desert Messenger

April 4, 2012

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April 4, 2012 QPD Arrest Report 3-17: Jennifer Doud, age 26, of Quartzsite, and David Workman, age 58, of Quartzsite, were both arrested and booked into La Paz County Jail. Doud is charged with Aggravated Assault per Domestic Violence. Workman was charged with Assault per Domestic Violence, and Disorderly Conduct. Workman also had two outstanding war- rants and was charged with Failure to Appear, and Failure to Comply with a Court Order. 3-18: Mark Mordo Mutar, age 33, of Goleta, CA, was cited and released for Excessive Speed. 3-18: Joseph A. Nicksic, age 35, of Mesa, AZ, was cited and released for Driving Against License Restriction. 3-18: Allison Shaw Raymond, age 19, of San Di- ego, CA, was cited and released for Excessive Speed. 3-19: David Lewis Baldridge, age 56, of Lake Havasu City, was arrested and booked into the La Paz County Jail for Driving Under the Infl uence of Alcohol Above .08. 3-23: Ronaldo A Linares-Garcia, age 42, of Mesa, AZ, was cited and released for Driving on a Suspended License, No Registration in Vehicle, Inoperable Windshield Wipers (Commercial Ve- hicle), Power Steering Leaks (Commercial Vehicle), Driving with Bald Tires (Commercial Vehicle). The vehicle was impounded. 3-24: Sergio Cossio Jr., age 18, of Quartzsite, was arrested and booked into the La Paz County Jail for Sexual Assault, Sexual Contact with a Minor, and Molestation of a Child. March 15th to March 28th, 2012 The following arrests were made by the Quartzsite Police Department QES kindergartener's interpretation of famous quotes Quartzsite Elementary School students have some thoughts about famous quotes. We'll be sharing more in upcoming issues. 1. When bad things happen to you, don't make things worse. Daniel – When someone does something bad to you, just walk away; Darren – Try to make someone feel better; Desirae – Try to make people feel bet- ter; Chloe – If someone does something bad to you, don't do anything bad back. 2. Start with yourself. Eric – If someone is bullying you, tell someone; Darren – If you are working on something in class, you should think about it and work on it; Shayna – Take care of yourself; Thomas – Try and if you need help, ask someone to help you. 3. You don't have to be sick to get better. Desirae – Try to eat your chicken noodle soup; Allyssa – Listen to your teacher. 4. Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Soe – Talk to a teacher if someone is mean to you; Cameron – Share with your friends; Janelly – Be kind to everyone. 5. People who don't believe in you are right only if you believe them. Arika – Some people don't believe in God; Aidan – If you don't believe them, you are right. Second-hand smoke kills 53,000 people a year. It's no longer a business issue; it's a public emergency. Report Smoke-Free Arizona violations anonymously at or call 928-669-5912. LIVE SMOKE-FREE Main Street Eatery The Gathering Place of Quartzsite for Good Food, Fun and Friendship! Breakfast & Lunch OPEN 6am-2pm Open for Dinner Friday & Saturday 4-7pm FISH FRIDAYS! PRIME RIB SATURDAYS! *$ 275 min. 205 E. Main St. Quartzsite 928-927-4163 Page 15 Higher education in Quartzsite tion is available even in our small rural community. Col- lege classes are available here in Quartzsite through live Interactive Television Network (ITN) classes and online courses provided by Arizona Western College. Registra- tion for summer and fall classes is soon approaching. New students can register for summer or fall classes as "Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow." – Anthony J. D'Angelo Thanks to the wonders of technology, a college educa- early as April 30th. Come talk to us at the AWC Quartzsite Learning Center about getting started on your college edu- cation. The center is located at 695 N. Kofa Avenue (just around the corner from Quartzsite Elementary School). Worried that you can't afford a college education? Come talk to us about applying for fi nancial aid. Qualifi ed stu- dents can receive up to $5,550 dollars a year through a government grant program for educational purposes. Call and schedule an appointment with an advisor to learn about fi nancial aid opportunities, (928) 927-8299. It is our pleasure to serve the community of Quartzsite! Palo Verde Cafe & Lounge LUNCH & DINNER Great American Food UNCH & DINNER 11AM 7PM - - 7PM DAILILY Easter Sunday Ham and Yams Sunday April 8th Last day of the season is April 14 305 N. Central (Hwy. 95) 928-927-7676 FREE COFFEE with any meal*

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