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P. 8 THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2017 THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT District court-- Criminal--- Sheriff's reports-- Traffic: Filed: The following incident and accident Kristen N. Stafford, 50, driving while State vs. Harold Vail, Valley Falls, pea- reports are the latest released by the license cancelled/suspended/revoked, session of drug paraphernalia. Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. Please dismissed. State vs. Ryan W. Brooks, Topeka, keep in mind that the date an incident is felony theft, reported may differ considerably from the Fish & Game: State vs. Rachael Lynn Snow, Olathe, date the incident actually occurred. Mai Yang, 44, violation of Wildlife, disorderly conduct. Dec. 29: Officers responded to a report Parks and Tourism laws (first conviction), State vs. Robert Torres, Perry, mis- of shots heard in the 10700 block of Quail guilty, $100.50 fine and $108 in costs, demeanor unlawful possession of a con- Hill Dr., rural Ozawkie. Benjamin J. Yang, 54, violation of trolled substance and possession of drug Dec. 29: Officers responded to a report Wildlife, Parks and Tourism laws (first paraphernalia, of harassment in the 12600 block of 138th conviction), guilty, $100.50 fine and $108 State vs. Samantha Brooke Miller- St., rural Valley Falls. in costs. Copeland, Perry, misdemeanor unlawful Dec. 29: Officers received at 1360 Wal- possession of a controlled substance and nut, Oskaloosa, a report of harassment. Small claims-- possession of drug paraphernalia. Dec. 30: Officers responded to a report of shots heard in the 10700 block of Me- Dispositions: Call Dr., rural Oskaloosa. Dispositions: Shawn L. Saulter, 58, battery, dis- Dec. 30: Officers responded to a report Brittany Rice and William E. Gill vs. missed; disorderly conduct, guilty, 30 days of a burglary in the 200 block of East Amy Blaufelder and Erik Blaufelder, in jail (sentence suspended). Palmer St., Meriden. plaintiffs seeking judgment in the amount Dec. 30: Officers responded to a report of $650; plaintiffs awarded $377.09 plus of a wanted subject in the 1300 block of pre-judgment interest and costs. Scheduled Walnut St., Oskaloosa. Tiffany Goodrick vs. Sierra Rice, plaintiff seeking judgment in the amount proceedings-- Dec. 30: Officers responded to a report of a burglary in the 800 block of Delaware of $700 plus interest and costs; plaintiff St., Oskaloosa. awarded $700 and costs. State vs. Wendt (2016-CR-159), bench Jan. 2: Officers responded to a report of trial, Jan. 17 at 1 p.m. criminal damage to property in the 9900 block of 130th St., rural Valley Falls. Limited Civil-- Marriage licenses-- Jan. 2: Officers responded to a report of Filed: a prowler in the 200 block of West Agnes Doug Walbridge vs. Gayl Lyn Brown, (Editor's note: With respect to the St., McLouth. petition for eviction and for judgment for below entries, "Party ,4" on the Uniform Jan. 2: Officers responded to a report rent, attorney fees, costs and expenses. Application and Affidavit for Marriage of shots heard in the 12700 block of 31st License is listed first, "Party B" second.) St., rural Perry. Dispositions: Amy A. Busey, 46, Perry, and Steve D. Jan. 3: Officers responded to a report Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Peach, 46, Perry. of harassment in the 500 block of Monroe William Osborn, debt collection in the Glen D. Turner, 45, McLouth, and St., Oskaloosa. amount of $1,101.35 plus post-judgment Cortney L. Hipsher, 31, Kansas City, Jan. 3: Officers responded to a report of interest and costs; plaintiff awarded Karl. criminaldamage to property in the 14000 $831.35 plus post-judgment interest and Kylee R. Bremer, 18, Baldwin City, and block of 90th St., rural Oskaloosa. costs. Mark D. Nickels, 20, McLouth. Jan. 3: Officers responded to a report of a theft in the 7100 block of Butler Rd., Credit Management Services Inc. ruralMeriden. vs. Lisa Warford, debt collection in the Register of deeds-- Jan. 4: Officers responded to a report of amount of $2,193.99 plus post-judgment criminal damage to property in the 17600 interest and costs; granted. WD: Roger J. Brown to Jordan Ma- block of Third St., rural Perry. Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC vs. dorin, a part of Outlet No. 18 in the City Jan. 4: Officers responded to a report Linda Tobin, debt collection in the amount of $1,294.65 plus costs; granted, of Perry. of trespassing in the 14700 block of 142nd QC: Shelly Aarstad to Richmond St.,ruralWinchester. Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC vs. Aarstad, the West 385 feet of the South Jan. 4: Officers responded to a report Joel Besser, debt collection in the amount 565 feet of the el/2 of the SE1/4 of the of shots heard in the 18500 block of Clark of $1,746.46 plus costs; granted. NE1/4 of 18-10-17, with an exception. Rd., rural Valley Falls. Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Nancy Slagle, debt collection in the TD: Rodney A. Deeken et ux transfer amount of $1,492.67 plus post-judgment on death to Audrey R. Deeken-Draisey et Dec. 15, 5:45 p.m.: K-16 was the scene al, the E 1/2 of the NWl/4 of 13-10-19. of an accident involving two vehicles, one of interest and costs; plaintiff awarded WD: The Underwood Cemetery As- which was a 2000 HondaAccord driven by $997.67 plus post-judgment interest and sociation to Cory Gantz, Plots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Alexis L. Graves, 30, McLouth.According to costs. Above All Construction LLC vs. Bill and 6 of Lot 451 in Block E of Underwood the report, Graves was heading east along Saric, debt collection in the amount of Cemetery. the highway when a westbound vehicle WD: The Underwood Cemetery Asso- crossed the center line and made contact $1,512.35 plus accumulated interest, clarion to Alison Gantz, Plots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 with her driver's-side mirror. The report pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney and 6 of Lot 452 in Block E of Underwood stated that she "had to go into the ditch to fees and costs; plaintiff awarded $663.60 Cemetery. avoid beinghit head on." Damage to the car plus accumulated interest, pre- and post- WD: The Underwood Cemetery Asso- was confined to the left side. The collision judgment interest, attorney fees and ciationtoWilliamGantz, Plots 1,2,3,4,5 occurred half a mile west of Washington costs, and 6 of Lot 450 in Block E of Underwoed Road. Kansas University Physicians Inc. Cemetery. Dec. 17, 4:39 p.m.: There was a two- vs. Dawn R. Willard, debt collection in WD: The Underwood Cemetery As- vehicle accident on K-4 involving a 2004 the amount of $442.15 plus accumulated sociation to Gary Helmick, Plot 6 of Lot Buick Rainier driven by Gary L. Prevost, interest, pre- and post-judgment interest 364 in Block NW of Underwood Cemetery 59,Topeka, and a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado and costs; granted, and Plots 1 and 2 of Lot 335 in Block NW driven by Samuel J. Blindt, 25, also of Michael P. Rack DDS, P.A. vs. Deborah of Underwood Cemetery. Topeka. Prevost, who was going south, Lanum, plaintiffseekingjudgment in the WD: The Underwood Cemetery Asso- told the investigating officer that he lost amount of $137.10 plus pre- and post- clarion to Roxanne Laughlin, Plot 6 of Lot control of the sport utility vehicle because judgment interest, docket fees and costs; 415 inBlock E of Underwood Cemetery. the highway was slick (snow was present granted. TD: The Rick R. and Fredra Carlson at the time) and that it hit the pickup. The Cavanaugh & Lemon, P.A. vs. Scott Meyer, plaintiff seeking judgment in the Living Trust to Rick R. Carlson et ux, a collision resulted in damage to the front amount of $610.88 plus post-judgment tract of land in the SWl/4 of 28-11-20. end, hood and left side of the northbound QC: Rick R. Carlson et ux to The Rick pickup, which had to be towed from the interest and costs; dismissed. R. and Fredra Carlson Living Trust, a scene. The front end and both sides of the Lawrence Memorial Hospital vs. tract of land in the SW1/4 of 28-11-20. Rainier sustained damage. The accident Amanda B. Hammond, debt collection in the amount of $900 plus accumulated WD: Robert M. Merritt aka Robert M. happened four-tenths of a mile south of Merrit et ux to Giant Communications K-92. interest, pre- and post-judgment inter- Inc., the South 2.5 feet of Lot 9, all of Lots Dec. 20, 3:30 p.m.: A 1999 Saturn S est, service fee and eourt costs; plaintiff 10 and 11 and a strip 12 feet wide on the driven by Jessica C. Brown, 39, Lawrence, awarded $900, interest and court costs. South side of and adjoining said Lot 11, was involved in an accident on Washington all in Block 14, City of Oskaloosa. Road. The report said Brown was heading Civil-- wD: General Leasing and Marketing northwhen the car went intothe west ditch Inc. to Jason Meyer et al, the North 120 and came back onto the roadway, then en- Filed: acres of the NE1/4 of 32-9,19, with excep- tered the east ditch before striking a fence Midland Funding LLC vs. Becky tions, and a tree. According to the report, snow Mullins, debt collection in the amount of WD: Gary W. Post et al to Michael was present at the time.The fenceis owned $579.01 plus'costs. Parker et ux, Lots 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, by Maurice Walbridge of rural McLouth. Midland Funding LLC vs. Autumn in Block 32, in the City of Perry. There were two passengers in the Saturn, Russell, debt collection in the amount of WD: John M. King to Daniel J. King Andrew J. Drake, 13, and Gage M. Johnson, $632.42 plus costs, et al, all of Lot 13 and the W1/2 of Lot 15, 14, both of Lawrence. The accident, which Midland Funding LLC vs. Pamela Block 4, City of Meriden. occurred about 200 feet south of 94th Navarre, debt collection in the amount of WD: Alesandra White to Christopher Street, resulted in damage to the front end, $1,153.82 plus costs. White, Lots 473,474,475 and 476 in hood, windshield and undercarriage ofthe Midland Funding LLC vs. Melissa Gift, Lakeside Village Subdivision. car. It had to be towed from the scene. debt collection in the amount of $712.78 WD: Mark J. Malley et ux to Holy Fam- Dec. 20, 4:10 p.m.:The presence of snow plus costs (see "Dispositions" below), ily School of Faith Institute, Lots 1, 2 and contributed to an accident on 182nd Street Central Kansas Credit Union vs. 3, D.J.'s Subdivision. involving a 2003 Ford Taurus driven by Heather H. Beck, Joseph E. Beck, Ally WD: The Secretary of Housing and Margaret E. Sharp, 16, Atchison. Accord- Bank, Foundation Finance Company, Urban Development to Kyle Glissman, the ing to the report, Sharp was traveling Kansas Department for Children and South 10 feet of Lot 11, all of Lot 10 and west when the car left the roadway and Families et al, petition for mortgage fore- the North 15 feet of Lot 9, all in Block B, struck and damaged a utility pole owned closure. Coy's Addition to the City of Valley Falls. by Topeka-based Westar Energy. The Dispositions: SD: Jeffrey L. Herrig, Sheriff of Jef- front end and left front fender of the car Midland Funding LLC vs. Melissa Gift, ferson County, to Ocwen Loan Servicing sustained damage. The vehicle had to be debt collection in the amount of $712.78 LLC, a part of Lot 1, Bowen Estates towed from the scene. The accident took plus costs; dismissed. Subdivision, a subdivision in the City of place six-tenths of a mile west of Nemaha Meriden. Road. Dec. 20, 6:26 p.m.: Rhonda F. Wilson, 31, Winchester, was moving north along Wellman Road in a 2013 Ford Escape when she hit a deer. The collision resulted in damage to the front end, hood and left front fender of the sport utility vehicle. It had to be towed from the scene. The ac- cident occurred half a mile south of 106th Street. Dec. 21, 12i35 a.m.: Richard L. Roberts, 58, Topeka, was traveling north on K-4 in a 2009 Chevrolet C1500 when he struck a deer. Damage to the pickup was limited to the front end. The collision took place a tenth of a mile south of 46th Street. Dec. 21, 6:25 a.m.: The driveway at Jef- ferson West High School in Meriden was the scene of an accident involving a 2005 Sterling driven by William E. Wilcox, 68, Nortonville, and a 2013 Dodge Avenger owned by Jody L. Godfrey of Topeka. The report said Wilcox backed into the car, which was legally parked in a stall. Dam- age to the car was confined to the left side toward the rear end. The truck was not damaged. Dec. 21, 8 a.m.: Osage Road was the scene of an accident involving a 2014 Toyota Prius driven by Tama J. Dutton, 59, Valley Falls. The report said the car slid off the roadway (snow was present at the time) and came to a stop up against a fence. Damage to the Prius, which was headed south, was confined to the right side, but the car had to be towed from the scene. The accident took place roughly 465 feet south of 158th Street. Dec. 21, 7:30 p.m.: The intersection of State Park Road and Turkey Run was the scene of an accident involving a 2008 Cadil- lac Seville driven by Larry M. Logan, 77, Ozawkie. According to the report, Logan was trying to turn around on State Park and misjudged the edge of the roadway, which was icy, and the car slid off the roadway. At that point the rear of the car was stuck on a culvert tube, so a tow truck had to be called to he scene to get the car back onto the road. Damage to the Seville was limited to the undercarriage. Dec. 21, 8:45 p.m.: A 2004 Ford F-150 driven by Koltyn R. Maltsbarger, 18, Val- ley Falls, and a 2008 Pontiac Vibe owned by Kelsey P. Hubbard of Winchester were involved in an accident in the parking lot at Casey's General Store in Oskaloosa, 702 Walnut. According to the report, the Vibe was parked next to one of the fuel pumps when Maltsbarger backed into it. Damage to the car was confined to the middle of the right side. There was no damage to the pickup. Dec. 22, 5:28 a.m.: Erick V. Chavez, 24, Atchison, was moving south along K-4 in a 2013 Nissan Sentra when he hit a deer. Damage to the car was limited to the right front fender. The collision occurred two- tenths of a mile north of 174th Street. Dec. 23, 4:25 a.m.: Sleet had a hand in an accident on US-24 that involved a 2004 Chrysler Sebring driven by Janine I. Allen, 38, Ozawkie. According to the report,Allen was heading east along the highway and lost control of the car as she was rounding the curve at 13th Street to go south. She told the investigating officer that the car spun around twice before coming to rest in the west ditch. The accident left the Sebring's front end, hood and right front fender damaged. Dec. 24, 3:37 p.m.: There was a collision at the intersection of 150th Street and Wellman Road involving a 1993 Chevrolet 1500 driven by KennadiA. Norris, 15, Win- chester, and a 2002 Chevrolet S-10 driven by Harry E. Barnes, 59, Winchester. Riding with Barnes was James L. Barnes, 62, also of Winchester. The report indicated that as Norris, who was going west on 150th, ap- proached the intersection, she discovered that her brakes weren't working and thus was unable to stop before entering the intersection. There, the 1500 made contact with the S-10, which was headed south on Wellman. Damage to the S-10 was limited to the front end and hood, but the pickup had to be towed from the scene. Damage to the 1500 was confined to the right side. Dec. 24, 10:26 p.m.: Scott A. Coates, 20, Ozawkie, suffered possible injuries when the 2002 GMC Envoy he was driving left K-16 and overturned. Coates, who was headed west, told the investigating officer that he "looked away" for a moment and that when he returned his attention to the road, he realized that he was in the wrong lane heading into a turn and was still go. ing 55 to 60 miles per hour. At that point, according to the report, he overcorrected, causing the Envoy to go off the highway. The sport utility vehicle was damaged from top to bottom and from one end to the other. It had to be towed from the scene. The wreck took place roughly 300 feet east of Wellman Road. Fog was present at the time. Dec. 29, i p.m.: The 500 block of Main Street in Nortonville was the scene of an accident involving a 2010 Hyundai Sonata driven by Lane M. Frost, 20, Nortonville, and a 2009 Honda Pilot owned by Kelly J. Hattemer of Oskaloosa. The report said Frost was backing out of a parking stall when he struck the sport utility vehicle, which was parked next to him. Damage to the Pilot was limited to the left side toward the rear end. There was no damage to the Sonata. The mishap took place ap- proximately 200 feet southeast of Railroad Street. Dec. 29, 5 p.m.: There was an accident on Coal Creek Road involving a 2005 Ford Focus driven by Mathue H. Mapes, 25, Hoyt. According to the report, Mapes was traveling north with his dog beside him when the animal threw up on his lap. When he looked down to move his dog, the report continued, the car left the roadway. After going off Coal Creek by veering to the left, the Focus overturned. The car was damaged from end to end and from top to bottom and had to be towed from the scene. The crash occurred seven-tenths of a mile south of Headwater Road. Dec. 29, 8:10 p.m.: Rhonda L. Den- ning, 59, Ozawkie, was moving northeast along West Lake Road in a 2012 Toyota Prius when a deer came onto the road and was struck by the vehicle. She told the investigating officer that the collision was unavoidable. According to the report, the deer survived the collision and had left the immediate area by the time the officer got there. The front end and left front fender of the Prius sustained damage. The mishap took place roughly 165 feet south of Kim- berly Drive. Dec. 31, 8:30 a.m.: The parking lot at 604 Plaza Drive in Perry was the scene of an accident involving a 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche driven by Johnny F. Salisbury, 80, Perry, and a 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe owned by Terie L. Elkins of Perry. The report said Salisbury was backing out of a stall when the pickup made contact with the sport utility vehicle. Damage to the Santa Fe was limited to the left side near the rear end. There was no damage to the Avalanche. Dec. 31, 5:35 p.m.: Christopher N. En- neking, 39, Lawrence, the driver of a 2005 Mazda MZ-6, and his lone passenger, Mel- ody J. Alexander, 39, also of Lawrence, suf- fered possible injuries when the eastbound car went offUS-24, entered the north ditch and overturned after veering to the left and crossing the center line. They were transported by ambulance to Lawrence Memorial Hospital for medical attention. The crash took place about 80 feet west of Oak Road and left the MZ-6 damaged from end to end and from top to bottom. It had to be towed from the scene. Jan. 2, 2:20 p.m.: The driver of a 2006 Scion xB, 24-year-old Andrew W. Arnold of Winchester, escaped injury when the car left Wellman Road, entered a ditch and overturned, damaging a fence owned by Winchester businessman Dan Sedlak in the process. According to the report, Ar- nold was going north at the time and the car veered to the right before leaving the road. As a result of the crash, the xB was damaged from end to end and from top to bottom and had to be towed from the scene. The accident happened four-tenths of a mile south of 142nd Street. Jan. 2, 5:59 p.m.: Angelic M. Malsbury, 39, Ozawkie, was moving north along Fer- guson Road in a 2007 Jeep Commander when she hit a deer. Although the damage to the Jeep was limited to the front end, the vehicle still had to be towed from the scene. The collision occurred half a mile south of 39th Street. Jan. 3, 6:15 a.m.: Pamela S. Paavola, 55, Oskaloosa, was traveling north on Well- man Road in a 2011 Dodge Durango when she hit a dog that had wandered onto the road, killing it. The report didn't include the identity of the owner of the animal. Damage to the Durango was limited to the front end. The collision took place half a mile south of 118th Street. Officers also responded to the following calls for service. abandoned vehicle ......................... 1 alarm ............................ : ............... 14 animal call ..................................... 2 check welfare ................................. 3 citizen assist .................................. 6 domestic disturbance .................... 1 drunk driver .................................. 1 felony arrest ................................... 1 juvenile call .................................... 2 keep the peace ...... . ........................ 2 misdemeanor arrest ...................... 4 motorist assist ............................... 3 suspicious activity ....................... 11 traffic problem ............................... 7 vehicle check ................................ 13 9-1-1 hang-up ................................ 2 Jail bookings-- Jan. 1: Burn permits issued - 2; Rock Creek Fire, Kimberly Dr., Meriden, medi- cal; Ozawkie Fire, Delaware Dr., Ozawkie, medical; Oskaloosa Fire, 17180 Riley Rd., Winchester, barn fire; Union Fire, 17180 Riley Rd., Winchester, barn fire; Union Fire, South Union St. and East Lake St., McLouth, hazmat incident; Union Fire, 251st St., McLouth, medical; Jefferson Fire, 416 Delaware, Winchester, citizen assist; Jefferson Fire, 17180 Riley Rd., Winchester, barn fire; District 11 Fire, 17180 Riley Rd., Winchester, barn fire; Norton Fire, 201 Jefferson, Nortonville, medical; Norton Fire, 17180 Riley Rd., Winchester, barn fire. Jan. 2: Burn permits issued - 5; Rural Fire, Crawford Dr., Perry, medical; Union Fire, 13917 Wellman Rd., Winchester, injury accident; Jefferson Fire, 13917 Wellman Rd.,Winchester, injury accident; District 11 Fire, Ratz St., Valley Falls, medical. Jan. 3: Kentucky Fire, 405 Second St., Perry, investigate fire; Rural Fire, 405 Second St., Perry, investigate fire; Sarcoxie Fire, 37th St., Oskaloosa, medi- cal; Oskaloosa Fire, 126th St., Oskaloosa, medical. Jan. 4: Burn permits issued - 4; Rock Creek Fire, 86th St., Meriden, medical; Oskaloosa Fire, K-92 (mile marker 10), Oskaloosa, injury accident; District 11 Fire, Effingham Rd.,Valley Falls, medical; Norton Fire, Main St., Nortonville, medi- cal. Dispatchers handled the following phone calls. 9-1-1 calls ................................... 40 9-1-1 wireless calls ...................... 44 Sheriff's calls ............................. 332 Non-emergency sheriff's calls.... 32 Fire calls ...................................... 41 Administrative calls .................. 115 Total calls answered .................. 604 Calls dispatched over radio ...... 250 Dec. 30, 4:42 p.m.: Jamie Coffman, 46, failure to appear. Jan. 3, 10:11 a.m.: Adam Raw, 37, use/ Free for concerts possesswithintenttousedrugparapher- school children natia. Jan. 3, 3:30 p.m.: Christopher Daniel, 28, two counts of failure to appear. Jan. 3, 11:47 p.m.: Brandon Weber, 20, contributing to a child's misconduct or deprivation, use/possess with intent to use drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, and an unspecified charge. Jan. 4, 6:20 a.m.: Andrew Corley, 18, contributing to a child's misconduct or deprivation and an unspecified charge. Jan. 4, 7:45 a.m.: Patricia Miller, 53, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Jan. 4, 10:10 a.m.: Amber Fairbanks, 38, misdemeanor theft. Jan. 4, 10:33 p.m.: Janis Bishop, 63, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, $1,000 bond. Jan. 5, 12:37 a.m.: Jerry Johnson, 27, failure to appear. Fire Department & 9-1-1 reports-- Dec. 29: Burn permits issued - 1; Jeffer- son Fire, 14660 Thomas Rd., Winchester, citizen assist. Dec. 30: Burn permits issued - 2; Oskaloosa Fire, West Washington St., Oskaloosa, medical. Dec. 31: Burn permits issued - 6; Ken- tucky Fire, US-24 and Oak Rd., Perry, injury accident; Rural Fire, 35th St., Perry, medical; Rural Fire, US-24 and Oak Rd., Perry, injury accident; Rural Fire, New- man Ln., Perry, medical; Fairview Fire, Longview Dr., Ozawkie, medical; Norton Fire, 107 N. Railroad, Nortonville, hazmat incident. The Topeka Symphony has an- nounced the 19th annual free School Day Concerts Wednesday, Feb. 15. The Topeka Symphony Orchestra will present two performances de- signed for fifth- through eighth-grade students. The hour-long concerts will be at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Topeka Performing Arts Center. The theme of each concert is "Out of This World" and will feature a mix of classical and popular music with selections from Gustav Holst's "The Planets" as well as favorite space film soundtracks including "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," "Star Trek," "Battlestar Galactica," and more. TSO Music Director and Con- ductor Kyle Wiley Pickett has fun, interactive elements planned for the students attending the concerts. Thanks to the sponsorship of Kaw Valley Bank, Cox Communications, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, Security Benefit, se2, Westar Founda- tion, and Federal Home Loan Bank, the Topeka Symphony is again able to present these concerts at no charge to the schools or students. Last year over 40 schools and near- ly 3,000 students attended these free concerts. 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